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Audeze introduce LCD2 closed back cans

Posted on: Wednesday 18th of July 2018

Audeze_LCD2_Closed-Back_ImageOnWhite2_smAudeze first released its LCD2 planar-magnetic headphones in 2009, and they quickly gained a good reputation amongst audio pros. Open back cans are often not the first choice for studio work, and now Audeze, have introduced the LCD2 Closed-Back, which builds directly on the original while adding increased isolation and decreased ambient noise. Closed-back designs tend to increase bass response, and Audeze describe the new offering’s low end as “intensely powerful, yet amazingly accurate and delicate when needed”. The LCD2 Closed Back has a lightweight suspension headband, special crystal-infused nylon rings, and replaceable memory foam ear pads to make sure the listening experience is a comfortable one. The dual 4-pin mini-XLR to 1/8-inch cable is removable/replaceable.

Audeze will showcase the new LCD2 Closed-Back at CanJam London 2018, to be held at the Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge, London on July 21-22. The Audeze LCD2 Closed-Back are available now via the company’s website, and retail for $900.
www.audeze.com

 



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