The top model of the In-ear series from Audeze costs 3000 Euros - a lot of money for headphones that are mainly used in the subway or on planes. That's why the LCDi3 is now available, which is much more affordable at 1000 Euros. Externally it resembles the top model and also the magnesium case it inherited from the LCDi4, but otherwise it is basically an upgrade of the iSine series. For a secure hold, the transducers are attached to the ear cups with a bracket - a number of such differently shaped ear hooks are included. The scope of delivery also includes a Lightning cable with which the LCDi3 can be connected directly to iPhones. For wireless operation, the Audezes Bluetooth module is included, which is plugged into the earphones' 2-pin connectors instead of the cables and contains a rechargeable battery. It can also decode aptX HD. Audeze also supplies a nylon travel bag.
With Lightning cable and Bluetooth
Audeze LCDi3: In-ear planar magnetic
The US specialist for planat magnetic headphones has launched a slimmed-down version of the in-ear flagship LCDi4.