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28th May 2012, 01:48 AM |#61  
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You guys should check out the vmoda m80 headphones. They are very recognized in the audiophile community in terms of price, performance, and looks. Also they destroy the beats in terms of sound quality. I have a pair up for sale on the marketplace if anyone wants to check them out

Wow, I just checked out the stats on those babes, I must say I am impressed at the price point for that kind of quality.
 
 
28th May 2012, 02:32 AM |#62  
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May be selling my ibeats noy really impressed to.be very honest

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28th May 2012, 07:11 AM |#63  
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You guys should check out the vmoda m80 headphones. They are very recognized in the audiophile community in terms of price, performance, and looks. Also they destroy the beats in terms of sound quality. I have a pair up for sale on the marketplace if anyone wants to check them out

I was stalking this thread waiting for someone to mention v-moda so I can chime in. My experience with the crossfade LP2s has been nothing but a positive one

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31st May 2012, 04:32 AM |#64  
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I already bought Monster Ibeat beats audio by Dr.Dre original that came with the hTC Rezound and Sensation with control talk etc. Just waiting for it to arrive

They sound good. When you get it, you will notice it is worthwhile.
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They sound good. When you get it, you will notice it is worthwhile.

They do work very well and I'm pretty impressed with them. Not bad for $39.99
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31st May 2012, 05:38 AM |#66  
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You guys should check out the vmoda m80 headphones. They are very recognized in the audiophile community in terms of price, performance, and looks. Also they destroy the beats in terms of sound quality. I have a pair up for sale on the marketplace if anyone wants to check them out

I have had the v-moda cross fade lps since August or September and they've taken quite a beating in that time. I've slept with them on quite a bit. They sound very good with a good amount of bass. However in that time the padding is not as efficient and sound leaks out quite a bit. I'll probably get bashed for this. But I also have beats wireless and I think they sound better and have more bass and more sound blocking. The only thing I don't like about the beats is that they are on ear instead of over

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31st May 2012, 07:35 PM |#67  
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V-Moda M80s FTW!
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You guys should check out the vmoda m80 headphones. They are very recognized in the audiophile community in terms of price, performance, and looks. Also they destroy the beats in terms of sound quality. I have a pair up for sale on the marketplace if anyone wants to check them out

+1 on this! I was considering Beats because I'm not an audiophile, but the M80's blew me a away. I love the sound from these babies, and I found them for $150 shipped. They are made from "military grade" material, and it shows. The case that comes with them is bomb proof. All in all, one of the best electronic purchases I've made in the last couple of years (and I make a lot of electronic purchases )
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yep they are i have the tours but the voulume controls dont work on the one x
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yep they are i have the tours but the voulume controls dont work on the one x
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I have the oem ones from the rezmound. It only has forward, back, pause/play and an answer key for calls and all of those buttons do work.

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1st June 2012, 03:24 PM |#70  
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yep they are i have the tours but the voulume controls dont work on the one x
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If you have headphones have controls designed to be compatible with iPod/iPhone, this app may help:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...=search_result
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I've gone through many pair of headphones.

Issues with most headphones on the market.
  • horribly uncomfortable after over an hour of usage
  • very poorly designed arms which are constructed from flimsy plastic for easy breakage
  • poor quality wire and/or connection
  • sound coloring (my ears aren't sensitive enough to distinguish it

My last set was a pair of the first generation Bose Around the Ear, they're comfortable for about 30 minutes, then your ears tend to get sore. They also have some nice break points where the plastic connects to the metal. I got about one year out of these, original price was about $150.

I currently use the Sony MD4-XB500, they are extremely comfortable and durable, the failure points which I've seen in every set I've owned don't exist in these. They are so comfortable that I frequently forget I'm wearing them. The wire is sturdy and the connection seems durable.

If you have very sensitive ears... Sennheiser are highly recommended by audiophiles.

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