Reviews and Problems with v-moda Crossfade LP Customs
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V-MODA Crossfade LP Headphones
25 July 2014
Excerpt: I lost my headphone which came as a free gadget when I purchased something in a local iStore here. I need a headphone when I do voice conferencing to the USA because sometimes my laptop has a very low sound although very clear. When you use the speaker, it cannot …
Summary: Got these at Christmas during the mad sales. A few months on and I am still enjoying the clarity and quality of these headphones. This is rare for me as I chop and change headphones a lot but these I have kept. Everything from the packaging to the product itself was quality.
Summary: A really top quality set of headphones, great sound, heavy bass which I love and amazing build quality. The only down side is they do become quite uncomfortable afer long periods of use as the fit is very firm, the slight discomfort is my reasoning for losing the 5th star.
Summary: Bought these for my son for Christmas and he was thrilled to bits. The sound quality is the main point and these have not disappointed. Both he and myself find them very good and the fitting on the head is also very good and secure. I would recommend them 100%.
Summary: I bought these headphones during 'Black Friday' week. Originally these cost £170 and I managed to get hold of these here on Amazon for the amazing bargain of £59.99. These were delivered within 48 hours and were well packaged.
Summary: I saw this cult film years ago and could never find it. Bought with Down Periscope and it was a suggested item. I would recommend both to make you laugh. Both films can be watched by the family
Summary: The "brutal levels" of bass are not present on these headphones. The slight bass boost is where it should be, in the low basses. It gives bass a rich texture that does not overpower any other frequencies. That being said, do not expect these headphones to be perfect studio monitors.
Pros: Build quality, soundstage, comfort, customer support, customizability, so on...
Cons: A little tight at first, but goes away with burn-in/headband stretching.