Excerpt: Amazing - amazing - amazing! I have been using these headphones with my high fidelity portable player (Fiio X3) commuting, walking around NYC, and on long-haul flights and I am very happy with what I have been hearing. These are the best closed back portable headphones I have used to date! An amazing value for the price!
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Value, Great Sound, Stylish
Summary: After much research, I decided to purchase new headphones. I had been looking for good headphones for about 6 months, until I finally decided to purchase the V-Moda Crossfade M-80s. At first I was more inclined to in-ear headphones, particularly Klipsch S4s or Bose IE2. Then, I started law school and saw several classmates wearing Beats Solo and Beats Studios, apart from all the kids on the street.
Summary: Very nice looking small, durable, very detailed I listened them for hours the first day I had them so they're fairly comfortable as well. But I listened to my noontecs and they had deeper base, they just sounded better all around they were more comfortable. I would get noontec zoros for half to a quarter the price. Only problem is they wont be nearly as durable as the m80s.
Pros: Looks, durability, customibility, even eq
Cons: Not nearly enough bass for edm which is my favorite genre
Summary: V-moda Crossfade M-80 review.
Note: I really am not much of an audiophile. My headphones before this were MDR XB500’s and the only reasons I chose these over the Senn HD-25-1-ii was the looks, and that I liked the M-80’s sound a bit better. I also have about 50 hours on this, and I think they have reached their expected performance. If anything changes, I’ll post it here.
Also, really sorry for the lack of pictures.