Audeze LCDi4 in-ear headphones $2495 Review

November 27, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“With their lack of edge or brightness, the Audeze LCDi4s excelled with electric guitar. José Neto’s electric guitar on the Winwood album sounded clean when necessary and overdriven when musically appropriate, as in his solo in “The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys.” And if I’m mentioning recordings of electric guitar, I must play something by that master of the instrument, Bill Frisell. Listening to “That Was Then,” from Live in Tokyo, Japan: July 21, 2000 (16/44.1 FLAC, Bill Frisell Downloads), again I was struck by how the LCDi4s’ lack of mid-treble aggression allowed me to appreciate both Frisell’s artistry and his artful use of effects. Perhaps some might feel that the Audeze ‘phones were taking away some of the instrument’s attack, but I didn’t feel musically shortchanged.”

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