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I asked this very same question on an m80 thread just a few months ago and got an answer from Val Kolton from V-Moda himself.       The M-80s were built to be used on the go, including at the gym.  We encourage you to use them, the ear cushions are replaceable and if worse case something happened we have the immortal life program for 50% off!   http://www.head-fi.org/t/563971/how-are-the-new-judes-approved-apparently-v-moda-v80s/60#post_8185712   Link to the original...
Thank you for your help anyway. I am at least 90% certain it is a fake, so I am going to keep it and purchase an authentic E6 from Headphone Bar and then do A/B tests on them to compare the similarities and differences. In the meantime, anyone who is looking for an E6 do not buy from BestOfferBuy. You will most likely get a fake product.
I just recently bought an E6 from a website called BestOfferBuy.com and the box had no serial number on it so I'm trying to determine whether it is a counterfeit or not. I've previously bought an E5 from the same website in 2010 and it had a serial number but this E6 I just bought this month 2012 does not.       Fiio E6 with no serial number - http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=dvspp5&s=6 Fiio E6 Included plastic clip -...
Well I have no experience with the IEM's (I don't like to wear IEMs, they make my ear canals sore and itchy and IMO a lot of them sound very tinny with stupidly bloated bass that just doesn't blend well) But I do own the M80s and they're by far my favourite headphones I've ever had the pleasure of owning. They're very comfortable IMO and sound great, and if comfortability is a HUGE factor (especially the clamping pressure of the headphones on your ears) then the headband...
Quick question, how sweat resistant are the V-80s? I've had them for a few weeks now and I like to take them to the gym with me, but is that going to cause wear and tear on the earpads or the headband from sweating?
So I'm not really sure if it was completely necessary to form a new thread for this topic or to just ask it in an already existing thread, but I recently bought the V-Moda Crossfade V-80s and I am very happy with my purchase. I just have one question. How sweat proof are these headphones? I have a vigorous workout regimen which I do pretty much every day, and I would like to use the V-80s to work out with instead of my usual IEMs. Will the sweat off my head and off my...
Well I've listened to both, and honestly they are very similar headphones.  Since you're coming from the Ludacris line, I assume you're used to a more bass heavy sound. They both have pretty punchy bass, but the Senn slightly more so. The V-Moda however has better mids and isn't as boomy in the low end and less exhausting to listen too. Also, the v-moda is a solid metal construction, whereas the Senn is all plastic (very durable plastic, mind you). The v-moda is also...
lol nah, that's never happened to me. I'm the type of person who will see one of the kids at my old high school wearing um and go up to them and say to them "you know those suck right?". They always say "says you," and then I whip out my Sony ZX700's which are a third of the price of beats and I can see the dismay in their faces. Then just to save face, they retort with "But the Beats are sexier/look better/whatever ******** excuse,"... and that's when I dig into my bag...
The guys had better have a segment on the Shure SRH940's when they're finally available... heavily anticipating gettin me a set of those baby's.
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