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.
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.
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.
Summary: So here's my first mini-review. Kinda late, but I like these so much that I had to write a review for them xD
One of the reasons I bought the V-MODA M80 is because I wanted a portable headphone that has good SQ and yet has the ability to turn heads.
Pros: balanced sound, very portable (small+light), comfortable even with glasses, looks great
Cons: wind noise is noticeable, somewhat weak highs
Summary: I was lucky enough to be a part of the V-Moda M80 discussion group, I would like to thank V-Moda for allowing me to review this set of magnificent headphones and wish them great success in the future...
Pros: Large Soundstage, Build Quality, Very Well Rounded, Plenty of Bass, Great Mids, Smooth Highs
Cons: While the Highs are very smooth, they lack detail, sparkle and any engaging qualities
Those of us sitting at the back of the bus who love our music reserve the right to practice a healthy dose of skepticism involving audio gear as we ride along the long winding road that is life. Until said gear has passed our personal expectations thus meriting the...
Pros: smooth sound,good all arounder, comfortable, gorgeous customized headphone shields
Cons: some of the cords are stiff and tangle prone, poor isolation, needs a touch of sparkle in the treble region