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Hi, folks!

Have you ever had the feeling of grey sound in your headphones. Music is there, sound is balanced but it doesn’t have color like sound in life. Is just sound. Not vivid. It feels like black and white TV. Don’t get me wrong there’s good detail and sound but it does have color.

I have a pair of LCD-X
 
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To me it sounds like a lack of that extra dimension. Perhaps you need tubes.
 
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Sounds like a can with recessed mids and highs. A little dark. I agree with tubes. I have a pair of HiFiman HE-6. With solid state amp its a little lifeless. But with a tube amp it really shines, big difference.
 
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Most likely a lacklustre recording/ production to start off with. If the initial recording was badly engineered/ produced/ mastered, I don’t think anything much can fix it audio wise.
 
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To me it sounds like a lack of that extra dimension. Perhaps you need
Most likely a lacklustre recording/ production to start off with. If the initial recording was badly engineered/ produced/ mastered, I don’t think anything much can fix it audio wise.
I believe the music I listen to needs a great quality gear to really appreciate it because is very clean so cheap gear just sound like grey haha it’s from Chesky records binaural recording in 24/192
 
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