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Ok thanks, and who is Val?

The CEO of V-MODA.
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M-100's comfort is really a problem! Especially when you want to use it to see a 2 hours Moive!!
 

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Do the M-100 have any sibblince? Thanks


none and I consider myself highly sensitive to sibilance

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none and I consider myself highly sensitive to sibilance
ok wow thats great, i cant stand it.
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Do the M-100 have any sibblince? Thanks


none and I consider myself highly sensitive to sibilance

+1

Same here. Even at loud volumes they always are very controlled and easy to listen to.

Thanks,

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M-100's comfort is really a problem! Especially when you want to use it to see a 2 hours Moive!!
 

How long have you had them? Have you tried bending the headband?

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none and I consider myself highly sensitive to sibilance
by chance did you listen to any of the headphones i have in my profile?
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M-100's comfort is really a problem! Especially when you want to use it to see a 2 hours Moive!!
 

How long have you had them? Have you tried bending the headband?

At first, I felt the M100 to be uncomfortable after 2-3 hours of use, but nowadays I can use it for 4-5 hours without feeling pain on my neck or ears

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am i weird in preferring the m-100 to the m-80? (much as i like the m-80?)

 

i guess it doesn't help that in my m-80 i think there's a channel inbalance and there's definitely a crackling/driver flex in the left hand cup.  probably should ship it out for repair eh?

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am i weird in preferring the m-100 to the m-80? (much as i like the m-80?)

 

i guess it doesn't help that in my m-80 i think there's a channel inbalance and there's definitely a crackling/driver flex in the left hand cup.  probably should ship it out for repair eh?

Not at all.  The M-100 is more open, and has better clarity.  Bass response is deeper as well, obviously.  The M-80 is a great little headphone.  As someone who experienced the M-100 first though, I wasn't all that impressed by the M-80.  

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For me comfort wasn't great to begin with, but now I can easily watch 2-3 hour films without any discomfort and I even fell asleep with them on once.
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Not at all. The M-100 is more open, and has better clarity. Bass response is deeper as well, obviously. The M-80 is a great little headphone. As someone who experienced the M-100 first though, I wasn't all that impressed by the M-80.

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Double post, apologies.
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Some help here? I'm actually stuck between the M-100 and the Earsonics Sm64.... But with the M-100 price tag i can easily get a new DAP also... I currently own a Gr07 and would really like a good upgrade from it 

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Some help here? I'm actually stuck between the M-100 and the Earsonics Sm64.... But with the M-100 price tag i can easily get a new DAP also... I currently own a Gr07 and would really like a good upgrade from it 

 

I like over ear headphone more than in ear headphones, it is more comfortable. You are never wrong choosing the M-100

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I completely agree with you that the over ear headphone is more comfortable than in ear headphone, but do you really think M-100 is comfortable?

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