It's the boom mic.
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It's the boom mic.
I know somewhere someone might have asked the same question that im about to ask but i just couldn't find it, too many pages to go through.
I myself own the Vmoda Crossfade LP2 which i absalutely love, and i was wondering if the base of LP2 and the M-100 is the same or the M-100's is lower somewhat?
Thanks in advance and sorry if someone already asked the same question.
I mentioned in an earlier post speculating on if V-MODA were to make a new IEM, to engineer every piece of it from the tips to a possibility for customized clip on outer shells.
Anyways, I failed to realize that V-MODA already offers tips of their own. called "BLISS 3.0". I wonder if they're re-labelled/tweaked (a la GO Dap X -> VERZA), or if they've been engineered by V-MODA?
Does anyone know? They look different from the tips offered with the VIP Faders, so I might just order a set for curiosity sake, along with a 1/4" adapter. I was hoping to get a purple audio only cable but they're oos
EDIT: I was wrong, they're the same as the VIP FADER tips.
EDIT2: I just ordered a second 1/4" adapter; can never have too many of those laying around, and V-MODA's is particularly well made. Also ordered the ear guides for IEMs, they look better than most stock ear guides.
someone with a V-moda M100 should post the earcup dimensions in the Size Matters thread. http://www.head-fi.org/t/653032/size-matters-earpad-hole-measurements-for-over-ear-headphones#post_9213203
From what I remember, the depth of the earcup was barely 15mm uncompressed. I think I got it to 17mm with the paper towel mod. Maybe that table of data would finally convince Val that the extremely shallow earcup depth may be a design flaw rather than a requirement to get great unboomy sound. None of the headphones listed are under 20mm earcup depth and many of them have very well-received sound. Just food for thought.
Thank "degree" for finding this sweet deal. I am almost afraid to repost it here since it is so legit (and I don't want anyone who already owns it to feel bad). No extra custom shields, and I am not sure about if V-Moda will give you their baller 2-year warranty + 50% immortal life, but Guitar Center is on the list of verified resellers. http://v-moda.com/verified-resellers/
V-Moda M-100 for 249.99 + TAX with coupon code 10SPRING
Just got informed that my M-100 order was shipped. Can't wait to get it!
I must say V-MODA customer service was a pleasure to deal with. Communication was really good and i didn't have to wait several days to get an answer like with some others. Sweet.
totally agreed, order on sunday, got 2 updates in less than a week!, i also cant wait!, went and bought my self a budget amp too!
Nice! You guys always take some really cool-looking photos. I can't wait for the press release photos of the VAMP VERZA.
I finally got a LOD for my iPhone, and it does make a difference to me. While double amping, the music sounded a little better in terms of the midrange being more forward and the soundstage sounding a bit wider, but with the LOD the music just has another level of clarity. The M-100's sound really good with an iPhone 4S (256 kbps VBR MP3) and the C5 with the FiiO L3. The midrange is brought forward a little, treble smoothed out more so it's not as fatiguing for louder volume levels, bass impact is cleaner, there is the sense of a wider soundstage, and the instruments have more air between them; the sound seems comparable to an O2 using the L3 but with slightly less instrument separation, a bit narrower soundstage, and a slightly more forward midrange.
With the bass boost on, you get a pretty substantial amount of bass. I think it'll satisfy the needs of a basshead for bass rumble, or for road warriors who want a little more oomph in the bass region with the extra outside noise.