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Originally Posted by Snoopy Ears View Post

Cool!  At least you'll have them soon and WITH custom shields.  I'm too lame to try to create a shield design.  : P

lol my custom shield is this http://www.polyvore.com/cgi/img-thing?.out=jpg&size=l&tid=35439620

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lol my custom shield is this http://www.polyvore.com/cgi/img-thing?.out=jpg&size=l&tid=35439620

?? Didn't V-MODA said no company logo or trade marks?  It will be nice if they let you do it...

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?? Didn't V-MODA said no company logo or trade marks?  It will be nice if they let you do it...

i researched it, its a type of font called satisfaction

post #13699 of 21239
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i researched it, its a type of font called satisfaction

they msged me about it and i told them its a font type

post #13700 of 21239
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Originally Posted by TealRice View Post

they msged me about it and i told them its a font type

Also you should get the m80, they are really great complement to the m100.

post #13701 of 21239
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Originally Posted by TealRice View Post

they msged me about it and i told them its a font type
Also you should get the m80, they are really great complement to the m100.

What's the difference?
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I wonder if V-MODA is planning to make different coloured SharePlay cables. I wouldn't mind the shorter audio-only ones. But having a purple SharePlay cable would be pretty neat.
post #13703 of 21239
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Also you should get the m80, they are really great complement to the m100.

heck no, not buying a m80 if im already getting a m100

post #13704 of 21239
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Originally Posted by techboyjv View Post

Also you should get the m80, they are really great complement to the m100.

I've had the M80s for about a year now. When I receive my M100s, I'll do a comparaison if anyone is interested :)

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What's the difference?

The M80 has a flat sound with the highs rolled off, more than the m100. M100 has more detail, soundstage, but has a bass emphasis. I really like both of them :D

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Originally Posted by TealRice View Post

heck no, not buying a m80 if im already getting a m100

They have very different signatures IMO.  Both great, in different ways. 

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Originally Posted by techboyjv View Post

The M80 has a flat sound with the highs rolled off, more than the m100. M100 has more detail, soundstage, but has a bass emphasis. I really like both of them :D

 

It's a little more intricate than that :p  The M80 has a warmer overall sound with a focus on the midbass and rolled off upper highs.  The M100 has a v-shape which somehow produces almost similar detailing in the midrange but outdoes the M80 in the treble and bass. I did a deeper comparison between the two in this thread.  Kind of felt like I got shunned after I did it, so I've been on and off this thread ever since.


Edited by tinyman392 - 4/8/13 at 8:37pm
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Originally Posted by Speakerphile View Post

They have very different signatures IMO.  Both great, in different ways. 

yea still no point

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Originally Posted by tinyman392 View Post

 

It's a little more intricate than that :p  The M80 has a warmer overall sound with a focus on the midbass and rolled off upper highs.  The M100 has a v-shape which somehow produces almost similar detailing in the midrange but outdoes the M80 in the treble and bass. I did a deeper comparison between the two in this thread.  Kind of felt like I got shunned after I did it, so I've been on and off this thread ever since.

 

Would you say you can more or less get the same sound signature by equalizing them. If not which would you say it's better including the possibility of equalizing them to your musical taste.

post #13710 of 21239
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Originally Posted by sofastreamer View Post

@craigster: you own both, the ue6000 and m100. i had both and still own the ue. when do you use which of them? or when do you prefer the m100 over the ue? did you get to listen to the yamaha pro 500`?


I actually returned the UE6000.  After owning both, they just sounded to dark in comparison to enjoy after hearing the M-100.  I never auditioned the PRO 500.  My primary headphone is the Ultrasone Signature DJ, but I get a great deal of portable use from my M-100 and they sound similar enough that they are still enjoyable and satisfying.

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