We've been to quite a few headphone meets recently, and one of the pairings that never fails to impress is an Audeze headphone with a Violectric amplifier. We mentioned our findings to the manufacturers, and they thought we were onto something promising. The result - an exclusive Massdrop bundle pairing the Audeze LCD-2 and Violectric HPA V200 together so you can hear the synergy for yourself.
Audeze products are not being sold at a discounted price on Massdrop. To purchase the Audeze LCD-2 for $995, check out the product page here.
The open over-ear design of the LCD-2 offers the expansive soundstage you'd expect from a top of the line headphone. Deep, extended bass, a smooth midrange, and warm highs pair together seamlessly to offer a musical and engaging experience for the listener. With an impedance level of 70 ohms at 1 khZ and a sensitivity rating of 101 dB SPL/V, the Violectric HPA V200 in the bundle is necessary to make this pair of cans really sing.
The LCD-2 comes equipped with Bamboo earcups and leather lamb skin earpads. Inside the case, you'll find a mini-XLR to 1/4" cable as well as a 1/8" adapter, ensuring your current existing gear works without a hitch. You'll also receive a wax polish and cleaning cloth to keep your headphones looking in tip-top shape.
The HPA V200's 60 V internal operating voltage ensures high impedance headphones never lack the juice they need to sound their best. Combine this with high output power and a high damping factor, and you have the engineering foundation for an amplifier designed to deliver a flat response rate that never gets in the way of hearing the headphone and the music. With a sleek and understated aluminum case and laser engraved labeling, the HPA V200 oozes sophistication. For more information about the specifics and to read up on a very detailed review, check out project86's review of the HPA V200 on Head-Fi.
Estimated ship date is May 4, 2015 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.