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We'll ship to Australia, I don't know whats happening there but we'll fix it manana. 

 



How much is the shipping gonna be to Aus??

post #47 of 64
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Hey Val, How come shipping to Australia is at least 35 bucks when on ebay your store ships for like 7 bucks to Australia.

 

I didn't check how much shipping the BLISS will cost but I too scared to check just in case I accidentally order it and it turns out that its 35 bucks for shipping.

post #48 of 64
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is it worth the money??



If it was $75 or lower I'd say yes.  I personally like them, love the design, and how versatile they are (Works with my smartphone unlike the IE8i) but IDK if I'd be willing to pay $99 again, especially if the non-True Blood versions are lower in price. They aren't bad headphones though.

 

 

And on a side note... is it possible to exchange my REVAMP for the Maker IEM that was just released? I like the design on those way more than the REVAMP...and it was released 2 weeks after I bought the REVAMP!!!!!


Edited by stacey - 10/13/11 at 3:15pm
post #49 of 64
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If it was $75 or lower I'd say yes.  I personally like them, love the design, and how versatile they are (Works with my smartphone unlike the IE8i) but IDK if I'd be willing to pay $99 again, especially if the non-True Blood versions are lower in price. They aren't bad headphones though.

 

 

And on a side note... is it possible to exchange my REVAMP for the Maker IEM that was just released? I like the design on those way more than the REVAMP...and it was released 2 weeks after I bought the REVAMP!!!!!


Contact Support@v-moda.com, if you bought direct you can pay difference and upgrade or we can give you $50 off Maker since you have this dilemma as a solution.

 

N-JOY!

 

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post #50 of 64
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Val, there still isn't shipping to Aus for the BLISS tips.... :(

post #51 of 64

FWIW, I threw everything but the kitchen sink at these (don't want to break them although I am sure they will survive - probably break the sink too) and I found them to be fantastic. As far supra-aurals go, the M-80's are the ones to beat in sound quality, aesthetics and comfort. I highly recommend them if you want a great sounding versatile headphone that is portable and stylish.

post #52 of 64

Hey guys,

I've been in the market for a new set of headphones I can use with my Dell Venue Pro on the go. I've been using the Skullcandy Aviators as my headphones, but as already mentioned, I'm looking to get a new set. Basically, what I want out of a portable headphone is for it to look good, be durable, and hopefully sound good as well. My main two questions are:

I have tried to purchase the V-Moda V-80s off of the V-moda website, but they do not ship to australia? I have contacted V-moda, but am really confusded with the whole ticket thing.

And secondly, are these headphones better than my aviators? :)

Thanks,

Chris

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Hey guys,

I've been in the market for a new set of headphones I can use with my Dell Venue Pro on the go. I've been using the Skullcandy Aviators as my headphones, but as already mentioned, I'm looking to get a new set. Basically, what I want out of a portable headphone is for it to look good, be durable, and hopefully sound good as well. My main two questions are:

I have tried to purchase the V-Moda V-80s off of the V-moda website, but they do not ship to australia? I have contacted V-moda, but am really confusded with the whole ticket thing.

And secondly, are these headphones better than my aviators? :)

Thanks,

Chris


The Aviators have been getting some good reviews and I find them to be nice sounding and the V80 is only 50USD more so I'm guessing it is going to be more of a side-grade

 

post #54 of 64
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The Aviators have been getting some good reviews and I find them to be nice sounding and the V80 is only 50USD more so I'm guessing it is going to be more of a side-grade

 


Thanks for that :)

I still want to upgrade to the v-80s though, any info on when they will be available to Australia?

 

post #55 of 64
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Thanks for that :)

I still want to upgrade to the v-80s though, any info on when they will be available to Australia?

 



The Crossfade LP and the V80 are both on Amazon with delivery to Australia, although the Crossfade LPs are cheaper.

post #56 of 64

I want to know if they are good for listening to Metal, Rock, Punk...

(Sorry if I have a bad englishbiggrin.gif)

 

post #57 of 64
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Originally Posted by Parall3l View Post

The Crossfade LP and the V80 are both on Amazon with delivery to Australia, although the Crossfade LPs are cheaper.



Yeah, but it's cheaper to buy them off of v-moda if you use a coupon/code

post #58 of 64

I was hoping to buy the M80's until a deal on the beyerdynamic t50p's came up. Now I have the t50p's coming in but my mind is still fixated on the M80's and asking "What if?" Has anybody done a comparison between the two phones yet?

post #59 of 64

Hey guys (or if mr valkolton chooses to chime in also), just wanted to know if there Is a difference between the vibrato/maker, vibe, and revamp in sound quality? Seems like only thing mentioned as a change is the Tips. Been using the vibes for about 3 yrs and bass freq's b4 that. Have the LP's but i realize now that I'm an in-ear guy and the lp's don't hit me as hard as I like (though they are a lot "clearer" than the vibes and the vocals are waaaay better, But vibes give me that KICK in my ear that I like :) 

post #60 of 64

I am planning to purchase the Fostex HP-P1 (which will be my first portable DAC/amp) after watching your video review. The question is, how does the M-80 perform with the HP-P1? The M-80 seems like a very interesting product, but do you think it matches well with the HP-P1?

 

Also, it's a bit off-topic, but are there any advantages of using the iPod touch or the iPhone over the iPod classic in a portable rig?

 

Thanks, Jude.
 

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Mark my word:  The V-80/M-80 will be a popular headphone with Head-Fi'ers (although I think the non-True-Blood-branded M-80 will be the one most Head-Fi'ers go for).  Again, to my ears, it's a very good portable over-ear headphone, and I feel very confident there'll be a lot of agreement here on this (once more have heard it).

 

Given the previous V-MODA products I've used (including the Crossfade LP), I was caught off-guard with how hard they strived for audiophile-quality sound with this one.  Val Kolton (V-MODA's founder) was very forthcoming with me in its development process, sharing a lot of data and measurements; and, before I actually heard it, I was surprised to see the headphones they were considering this new model's competitors (and that showed up in comparative measurements/data he shared with me)--at least a couple of this community's favorite closed headphones came up regularly.

 

Again, I'll say more about this headphone later, but I think it sounds great, and the bonus is it's very nice looking on and off the head (if that matters to you).



 

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