Bass Musician Mag Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

Bass Musician Mag Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

"I like headphones that have a lot of clarity, which the AUdeze have. You get deep rich bass and an ambient feeling it gives you a roomier feel to it, as compared to the Meze 99"
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EBP Man Tech Reviews the Audeze Mobius

EBP Man Tech Reviews the Audeze Mobius

"These are the most immersive headphones I have ever experienced, there is no thing like them"
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Forbes Names Audeze LCD-X Best Splurge for Home Office

Forbes Names Audeze LCD-X Best Splurge for Home Office

"I heard about the Audeze LCD-X from my son’s teacher at Berklee School of Music. The guy swears by these for rigorous studio listening that’s practically as good as any high-end speaker system. I had a chance to try them out, and the depth of sound and overall transparency creates an almost three-dimensional listening experience. The giant, rather heavy earcups won’t make you many friends on the subway (if you ever return to the subway, they’ll probably think you’ve arrived from Planet Vlogosphere). But in the studio, the LCD-X helps isolate you from outside noise so you can focus on the minute details that demand your attention. The bass is what really distinguishes these, though the middle and high frequencies add warmth and a crisp snap, respectively. That translates to separation and richness unlike anything I’ve heard before with headphones. With an ordinary pair of buds or cans you might tap your foot and bounce your head. The second you slip on the LCD-X headphones, it’s impossible not to dance. As befits the, yes, $1,600 price tag, the unit comes with a padded traveling case worthy of 007 and earpads lined with memory foam and shrouded in rich leather."
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POC Network Review the Audeze LCD-1

POC Network Review the Audeze LCD-1

"It is pretty clear that we enjoyed these headphones. For an entry-level pair of headphones covering audiophile listening and planar magnetics, these really hit the nail on the head. The price point is well fit and their range is fantastic. They compete well with brands of similar reputation and price. Best driver by a propper headphone tube or DAC amplifier, we fell in love with these. Again, everything we mention, score, and all are all based upon price point and performance. Sure, we have heard better. However, better usually means a lot more when it comes to price. These make for one of our planar favorites within the $300-$500 range."
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Sound Gear Lab Names LCD-4 Top Planar Headphone of 2020

Sound Gear Lab Names LCD-4 Top Planar Headphone of 2020

"The Audeze LCD-4 is one of the flagship models from Audeze. The LCD-4 incorporates extensive research, performance advancements, and high-quality workmanship that clearly place it above other planar magnetic headphones in the market. The LCD-4 not only features a great invention and research, but it is by far one of the most thrilling headphones you can listen to. The only real downside of this headphone would be the price. At close to $4000, the LCD-4 is way outside most people’s budget."
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TechNuovo Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

TechNuovo Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

"The LCD-1’s are a pair of open-back headphones, aimed at studio users, musicians, and audiophiles alike. They include an open circumaural design, which is meant to provide an enhanced transparency and sound stage. Each can includes a 90mm over-ear Planar driver, with something Audeze are calling Ultra-thin Uniforce Diaphragms and Fluxor Magnets.'
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Bored Gamer Declares Mobius "Best PC Gaming Headset"

Bored Gamer Declares Mobius "Best PC Gaming Headset"

"I am truly impressed with the microphone quality"
"Honestly they give you some really good sound"
"You are really getting two things here...a wide range sound for gaming...and a great music headphone"
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Geek Dad Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

Geek Dad Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

"The Audeze LCD-1 headphones are priced at $399. That’s not inexpensive, but it’s also far from the high end of the range—Apple’s Beats Pro over-ear headphones will set you back just as much. So the LCD-1s bring planar technology down to the level where music lovers other than deep-pocketed audiophiles can afford them."
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CG Magazine Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

CG Magazine Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

"As someone who still has old 1970s classic hi-fi equipment sitting next to my consoles and TV, it is only expected to hear I love a good pair of open-backed headphones. I love the audio landscape they offer and enjoy how they sound as I dive into a complex piece of music, but it is not something you can easily find in home headphones despite the audio you get from that design. This is where the Audeze LCD-1 comes into play. These open-back portable headphones strike a refreshing balance between studio and home quality, and are an easy pair to recommend to anyone looking to up their audio listening game."
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Review Geek Names Audeze LCD-1 Best Over Ear For Musicians

Review Geek Names Audeze LCD-1 Best Over Ear For Musicians

"There’s nothing better than a pair of open-backed headphones—so long as you aren’t worried about noise isolation or noise bleed. The Audeze LCD-1 are some of the most reasonably priced open-backed headphones available today, and provide a crisp and clean sound that’s comparable to freestanding speakers"
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TechDissected Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

TechDissected Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

"There is something quite admirable about Audeze’s almost complete refusal to compromise. From the outset, the company has targeted both the professional market and the higher-end domestic consumer – and by using an alluring combination of planar magnetic technology, lavish materials and an unmistakable aesthetic, it has established a product range that’s been rapturously received. This is an extremely light headphone, coming in at around 250g. It’s also quite small, reminding me somewhat of their earlier Sine on-ear headphones – but of course the Audeze LCD-1 is thankfully still an over-ear headphone. The ear cups also fold upwards to help with portability."
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PurePlayStation Reviews the Audeze Mobius

PurePlayStation Reviews the Audeze Mobius

"The look is sleek and understated. The pair I received is matte black with subtle gray accents. Branding is kept to a minimum with an “A” on either side and “Audeze” across the top of the headband. The company name is off-center which bothers me from a looks perspective, but the design is exactly what I want. I don’t like neon, loud colors in my AV equipment, although there are models with copper or blue accents for those who find the stealth look too tame."
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Co-Optimus Reviews the Audeze Mobius

Co-Optimus Reviews the Audeze Mobius

"Audeze may not be a name that many folks recognize in gaming hardware circles, certainly not as common as SteelSeriesor Razer. But Audeze has been around for a number of years producing high end planar magnetic driver headsets for audiophiles and now they are dipping into the gaming market with some pretty slick features just for gaming immersion. Enter the Audeze Mobius."
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ShackNews Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

ShackNews Reviews the Audeze LCD-1

"My search for the perfect headphones has been long. It’s taken me through several manufacturers, slowly turning my office into an audio graveyard. There have been more than a few brushes with excellence. However, the Audeze LCD-1 is the closest I’ve come to finding the ideal solution for my audio editing and music needs."
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