Want to know more about the LCD-2 Closed-Back? This review from Audio 46 is for you!
"...if you’re in the market for a closed-back headphone with excellent detail and a warm sound profile that lends soul and life to any track, this LCD-2 variant is a perfect match."
Steph Durwin from Major HiFi reviews the Audeze LCD-2 Closed-Back.
"It is deep and wide, and creates a sense of space without even requiring a lot of space from the mix."
A thorough review of the Audeze LCD-2 Classic by Steve Guttenberg from CNET.
"The Audeze LCD2C is the muscle car equivalent of headphones -- it's got the power to move you!"
The Master Switch gives the LCD-2 Classic their Editor's Choice Award - read all about it!
"Editor’s Choice award. It’s one of the best models that Audeze have ever made. They kept everything we liked, and made it cheaper. And for under a grand, nothing sounds as good as these."
Want more info about the LCD-2 Classic? Check out this comprehensive review from The Verge!
"The thing that truly sets the LCD2 Classics apart from other headphones in their price range is their extraordinary soundstage."
Read what Henry Wilkenson of Audiophilia has to say about the Audeze LCD-2.
"The LCD-2s possess a quality of sound and level of performance that make them a serious reference level component."
An oldie but a goodie - check out this LCD-2 review from Steve Guttenberg of CNET!
"A game-changer. Redefines the state of the art."
Trying to decide between the standard LCD-2 and the LCD-2 Classic? This comparative review of the two from Headphonesty from should help!
Check out this review of the Audeze LCD-3 from Garrett Hongo of SoundStage!
"In the LCD-3s, Audeze has produced a superb set of headphones. They performed wonderfully with all types of music, producing a rich yet well-defined sound with good spectral balance across the audioband."
Check out this Audeze LCD-3 review from Geoffrey Morrison of Forbes!
"In design, build, and performance, they’re the epitome of high-end."
Check out this review of the Audeze LCD-3 from Anthony Kershaw at Audiophilia!
"The sound was headphone divine—luxurious, spacious, with a very balanced musical image."