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Audeze

Audeze LCD-2 Closed Back

This is the latest Audeze LCD-2 Closed Back, made in 2021.

They say you shouldn’t mess with a classic - Audeze say, “Have you heard our LCD-2 Closed Back Closed Back?” Experience the engaging warmth & vibrancy of the LCD-2 Classic without disturbing your neighbors! Be sure to pair it with a top-flight source, and clean powerful amp like our Gilmore Lite MK2, to hear it at its best.

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Our Take

Boasting a sleek updated, modern design, superb dynamics, and ultra-low distortion, the LCD2 Closed-Back delivers a rich and hugely satisfying sound. It’s deep and controlled bass is intensely powerful, yet amazingly accurate and delicate when needed. This headphone is the perfect option for those looking for an accessible entry point to our world-renowned LCD line. Its closed-back housing provides better sound isolation than the LCD-2 Classic, while its modified driver design gives it a wider sound-stage than other closed-back headphones. LCD-2 Closed Back will truly make you feel like you’ve been transported into your own musical world.

What's Included

  • Audeze LCD-2 Closed Back - Planar Magnetic Headphone
  • 1.9m Single-ended 1/4'' to dual 4-pin mini-XLR cable
  • User guide and warranty card

Audeze LCD-2 Closed Back Specs

  • Headphone Type: Closed-Back, Over-ear
  • Driver Type: Planar Magnetic
  • Driver Size: 106mm
  • Magnetic Type & Structure: Proprietary Neodymium N50 Non-Fazor magnet array /li>
  • Diaphragm Type: Ultra-thin
  • Impedance: 70 ohms
  • Frequency Response: 10 Hz to 50 kHz
  • Sensitivity: 101 dB/mW
  • Distortion (THD): 0.1% @ 100dB
  • Earpads: Contoured Memory Foam
  • Weight: 612g

About Audeze

The planar-magnetic driver design used by Audeze moves a large ultra-thin driver between magnet arrays, capable of great air movement. This helps create the signature powerful bass that Audeze headphones have become known for, in addition to a natural, extended treble.