Introducing the LCD-MX4
Powered by Audeze’s patented Fluxor magnets, the LCD-MX4 focuses 1.5 Tesla of magnetic flux on the lightweight 20 ohm impedance diaphragm. It is perfect for use where one isn’t likely to have a dedicated high-powered headphone amp and can be driven easily by a laptop, mixing console or audio interface.
The LCD-MX4 headphones' new lightweight design includes a durable magnesium housing with a carbon fiber headband. Significantly lighter than the LCD4 model, the new MX4 is the choice for long mixing sessions and hours of critical listening.
A perfect combination of the LCD-X and LCD-4, the LCD-MX4 has the easy-to-drive diaphragm and voice coil of the LCD-X combined with the extreme magnetic force of the LCD-4. It features a different soundstage presentation than the LCD-X or LCD-4 to help simulate a room’s sound.
Made right here in our Southern California facility to our exacting standards.
Planar magnetic drivers for better dynamics and frequency response
Premium leather for style and durability
Made in our Southern California facility
Flux density 1.5 Tesla
Large ultra-thin Uniforce diaphragms
Double Fluxor™ magnetic arrays
1/4in to dual 4-pin mini-XLR LCD headphone cable
1/4" to 1/8" adapter cable
Professional travel case
Note: The tensioned set screws in the sides of the headband's adjustment blocks are pre-set and glued in our factory, and are not adjustable. Do not attempt to adjust these screws, as damage may result that is not covered by warranty.
Style: Over-ear, open-back
Transducer type: Planar magnetic
Magnetic structure: Double Fluxor™ magnet array
Phase management: FAZOR
Magnet type: Neodymium N50
Diaphragm type: Ultra-thin Uniforce™
Transducer size: 106 mm
Maximum power handling: 15W
Maximum SPL: >130dB
Frequency response: 10Hz – 50kHz
THD: <0.1% @ 100dB
Impedance: 20 ohms
Sensitivity: 105 dB/1mW (at Drum Reference Point)
Minimum power requirement: >100mW
Recommended power level1 - 4W
To avoid damage to your headphones and/or hearing, ensure the volume on your player is turned down before connecting your headphones. After placing headphones on your head, gradually turn up the volume until you reach a comfortable listening level. Exposure to excessive sound levels can cause gradual hearing loss and damage your headphones.
Excessive power levels can damage your headphones. Be sure to stay within the rated power levels of 5W RMS / 15W PEAK to minimize the risk of damage, which is not covered under warranty.