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post #2101 of 2753
Val, what is the deal with this new Boom Pro mic cable. It looks so cool, definitely going to order one upon release day. Can we get some more info on it?
post #2102 of 2753
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Originally Posted by Pwn3r4Life View Post

Val, what is the deal with this new Boom Pro mic cable. It looks so cool, definitely going to order one upon release day. Can we get some more info on it?

They came with the new pre ordered m100s. Not sure if there will be more on the market
post #2103 of 2753
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They came with the new pre ordered m100s. Not sure if there will be more on the market

There will be, we just don't know when.

post #2104 of 2753

Do the Shadow M-80s now come with the new speakeasy cable? I just placed my order on Amazon yesterday. $150 for the M-80s is an amazing deal. 

post #2105 of 2753
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Originally Posted by Dradyl View Post

Do the Shadow M-80s now come with the new speakeasy cable? I just placed my order on Amazon yesterday. $150 for the M-80s is an amazing deal. 

It should, but there's no guarantee.

post #2106 of 2753
I received mine from Amazon a couple days ago but haven't been home more than 5 minutes except to sleep, haven't even opened them! I plan to tonight, how do you know if you got the newer Speakeasy cable?
post #2107 of 2753
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I received mine from Amazon a couple days ago but haven't been home more than 5 minutes except to sleep, haven't even opened them! I plan to tonight, how do you know if you got the newer Speakeasy cable?

 

The mic is positioned higher and closer to your face while the audio controls are positioned lower and closer to your chest. I believe the previous version have the mic and the controls together and so it would be positioned closer to your face. 

post #2108 of 2753
I just got mine the other day from Amazon and they have the new cable.
post #2109 of 2753

I let mine burn in for 100 hours by letting my iPod shuffle through my songs.  These were great out of the box.  There were very minor changes after burn in.  All I can say is that these are some wickedly good headphones.  Great for $155.  Very good overall.  Very satisfied with this purchase.
 

post #2110 of 2753

They're great, right?!  It makes me happy to put them on my head every time I use them, as if the newness hasn't worn off at all.

post #2111 of 2753

Hey guys,

 

I just got my M80. I have a question for you guys--compared to the m50s and ultrasones 580, is it an upgrade?

i was thinking about gifting it.

post #2112 of 2753
^ I'd say it is
post #2113 of 2753
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Originally Posted by mrleet View Post

Hey guys,

 

I just got my M80. I have a question for you guys--compared to the m50s and ultrasones 580, is it an upgrade?

i was thinking about gifting it.

 

Maybe technically speaking it is an upgrade, but it depends strongly on your personal tastes. For example, I love the sound of the M50, but for me the M-80 are just like "meh".

post #2114 of 2753
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Originally Posted by mrleet View Post

Hey guys,

 

I just got my M80. I have a question for you guys--compared to the m50s and ultrasones 580, is it an upgrade?

i was thinking about gifting it.

Maybe it is a slight upgrade but if you already have one of those it may be more of a sidegrade.

post #2115 of 2753

I just got a new pair of m 80 from amazon. I was listening to it everything is good. I like the sound wish it had a little bit more bass. I streched the headband a little and now i can hear something is loose in the left earphone. Sound is normal to me but When its off and i move the headphone around i can hear something moving inside...Im so scared i think i broke something.


Edited by baby281 - 11/30/12 at 4:33pm
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