Audeze has announced the newest addition to their LCD series. Building on the sound of the LCD-2, this closed-backed headphone offers the listening experience of Audeze’s planar magnetic headphone but with increased isolation and greatly reduced ambient noise.

The new LCD2 Closed-Back headphone comes with a lightweight suspension headband, crystal-infused nylon rings, and contoured memory foam earpads.

Visitors to CanJam London at the Park Plaza Hotel, Westminster Bridge 21st and 22nd of July can test the headphones, and the rest of the Audeze range, for themselves.

Specifications

Style: Over-ear, closed-back Headphones

Transducer type: Planar magnetic

Magnetic structure: Proprietary magnet array

Magnet type: Neodymium N50

Diaphragm type: Ultra-thin

Transducer size: 106 mm

Maximum power handling: 15W

Maximum SPL: >130dB

Frequency response: 10Hz – 50kHz

THD: <0.1% @ 100dB

Impedance: 70 ohms

Sensitivity: 97dB/1mw (at Drum Reference Point)

Minimum power requirement: >100mW

Recommended power level:1 – 4W

Price: $899

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