Originally Posted by dweaver
So your dislike for VModa makes you feel justified in questioning the ethics of all the reviewers because we received a free pair of the headphones??
I don't see any of the reviews aside from one or two (where the reviewers really liked the M80) that hype these headphones. Most of us even suggested other options depending on what a persons sonic preferences are.
Please stop splitting moral hairs and using semantics to make my suspicion seem unfounded. I explained myself; if you'd like to crucify me go right ahead, but you'll look quite the fool. Most of your fellow reviewers seem to take no such offense to my questioning. In this day and age I don't think my suspicion is at all unwarranted.
And again, please don't twist my words; it's not my dislike for VModa, but rather my consistently negative experience with their products, combined with the unanimously positive reviews; sure, some have a few minor negative remarks, but on the whole they are generally positive.. Yes, having consistently negative experiences with their products causes a question mark when I hear that one of them is good, especially when I know that the reviewers received the products for free. Is that really unreasonable?
Edited by Gilly87 - 11/9/11 at 10:03am