They aren't V-shape, they are \-shape. Big bass, very veiled highs and mids fitting somewhere in-between. I see V-shape / recessed mids being thrown around left and right on this forum and can't stand it. :P
Frequency response is about how loud the frequencies sound like throughout the range, not HOW they sound like. Beginners may think "muddy" mids is due to recessed mids which isn't the truth, muddy mids usually comes either from boosted upper-bass or veiled highs, ie. around the midrange, not from the midrange. It's about how loud the mids, whether they are clear or not if they are recessed or not. Frequency response measurements of the LPs backs this up too. /End of rant
Okay, bro, I'll stop throwing about the v-shaped phrase. Yes, I agree that the LP has veiled highs, but I think the mids sound more recessed than the highs. Still, the LPs are mostly just bass. Nevertheless, it's always nice to learn more about sound. Thanks!