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post #2686 of 2759

does anyone else find these to be quite picky with the audio quality? if I play things that are not very well recorded they are less forgiving than any other earphones/headphones I've had... but when I play good quality music, they just shine so much. so is it just me or are they really picky headphones? maybe I need to burn them in a bit...

post #2687 of 2759

I don't find them detailed enough.

post #2688 of 2759
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Originally Posted by Alez View Post
 

does anyone else find these to be quite picky with the audio quality? if I play things that are not very well recorded they are less forgiving than any other earphones/headphones I've had... but when I play good quality music, they just shine so much. so is it just me or are they really picky headphones? maybe I need to burn them in a bit...


I have noticed this as well.  i love this headphone but i feel like i need a better dap and it almost has to be silent in the room to enjoy them.

post #2689 of 2759

I'm enjoying these sooo much. they're the most fun-sounding headphone I've owned!

 

the good:

- the bass has a really nice slam but it does not overpower the rest of the sound.

- the mids are gorgeous, vocals and guitars sound so pretty!

- the highs could be better, but I really can't complain.

- the soundstage is very, very nice. I feel it's pretty spacious, horizontally.

- I also find them to be pretty detailed. 

- the instrument separation is amazing! it's the first time I can distinguish the bassist from the guitarist so accurately. 

- they feel incredibly sturdy. I don't think they'll ever break from regular use, and the case that's included makes it even better. 

 

the bad: 

- they're kind of uncomfortable. they make my ear hurt after a bit, but it's been getting better. I guess the pads just need to soften a bit.

- they sounded kind of veiled/cavernous at first, but the burn-in has taken care of that. 

 

I really love them, V-Moda really put a great product out. it shows that the company takes pride in what they do. definitely one of my best purchases ever! they're worth every penny. 

post #2690 of 2759
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Originally Posted by Zayniac View Post
 

Hey guys!

 

This is my first post on Head-Fi after creeping this site for about a year :').

 

I just bought the M-80 (V-80, whatever) and have started listening with them after letting them burn for two days.

 

I did have a question. Before buying, I saw a lot of people saying there were videos/instructions on how you could bend them so that they'd give the best fit for your head. Does anybody have a link of sort for that?

 

I'm going to do some more listening and post my thoughts, but I'm quite enjoying them so far =D.


Hi..

I don't have the M80, but i am so interested with this headphone and I just visit this thread.

I'm not sure which video that people saying, but I think it's this one

▶ V-Moda M-80 and V-80 True Blood Headphone Review - YouTube

 

That's a review from a quite well known reviewer, and there's instructions about how to bend the headphone to adjust the fit.

 

So, what's your impression about them ?


Edited by berrywputra - 1/17/14 at 6:40am
post #2691 of 2759

nice review

post #2692 of 2759
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Originally Posted by Alez View Post
 

I'm enjoying these sooo much. they're the most fun-sounding headphone I've owned!

 

the good:

- the bass has a really nice slam but it does not overpower the rest of the sound.

- the mids are gorgeous, vocals and guitars sound so pretty!

- the highs could be better, but I really can't complain.

- the soundstage is very, very nice. I feel it's pretty spacious, horizontally.

- I also find them to be pretty detailed. 

- the instrument separation is amazing! it's the first time I can distinguish the bassist from the guitarist so accurately. 

- they feel incredibly sturdy. I don't think they'll ever break from regular use, and the case that's included makes it even better. 

 

the bad: 

- they're kind of uncomfortable. they make my ear hurt after a bit, but it's been getting better. I guess the pads just need to soften a bit.

- they sounded kind of veiled/cavernous at first, but the burn-in has taken care of that. 

 

I really love them, V-Moda really put a great product out. it shows that the company takes pride in what they do. definitely one of my best purchases ever! they're worth every penny. 

"Fun" is exactly what these cans are. Your review is 100% dead on. At the end of the day they simply put a smile on my face :)

post #2693 of 2759

So I just thought I'd post my relatively new M80 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #2694 of 2759
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Originally Posted by TheJesusGuy View Post
 

So I just thought I'd post my relatively new M80 

I just can't get over how sexy the M-80s are. they look sooo good!

post #2695 of 2759
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Originally Posted by browncow View Post
 

"Fun" is exactly what these cans are. Your review is 100% dead on. At the end of the day they simply put a smile on my face :)

 

I've also noticed they sound... big. I can't find another word for it. they just sound big. like the sound is all around you and just envelops you, sort of. I love it! :)

post #2696 of 2759

I can't find V-Moda M-80 anymore in Europe :s

 

Wanted to offer those to my brother but it seems they are out of stock everywhere :s

post #2697 of 2759
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Originally Posted by mukumi View Post
 

I can't find V-Moda M-80 anymore in Europe :s

 

Wanted to offer those to my brother but it seems they are out of stock everywhere :s

Gotta order from V Moda like I did

post #2698 of 2759

is there any replacement pads for the m80?

post #2699 of 2759
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Originally Posted by zyotty View Post
 

is there any replacement pads for the m80?

I don't believe so.

post #2700 of 2759

are the white ones discontinued?

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