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post #16816 of 21064
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Originally Posted by Snoopy Ears View Post


Me too! I ordered the grey ones last night. Don't have any comfort issues but was just wanted to feel and hear the difference.

 

I didn't even realized they have grey ones now, and of course I just placed another order for them in addition to my black ones.  Can't wait.

post #16817 of 21064
Thanks for all the feedback gang. I'm not trying to slam V-Moda for the sake of being negative. I own their headphones, and have held on to their headphones because I enjoy them, hanging out for the deeper ear pads to come out. What I am expressing is nothing more than disappointment in the fact I haven't got these in my possession given how long ago I ordered them. Here is hoping they will honor their last email and mine are shipped out on Wednesday. Happy that I am seeing reviews so far saying they are way more comfortable with minimal change to their sound. Mine are with me everywhere I go and I am happy to say no build issues or cracks anywhere.
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By the way, here is a discussion I am unsure has been had previously. So I have managed to convince several people at my work to purchase these. I have the Matte Black while the others have the Shadow. One of the other comfort aspects for me has been the headband. Me and one of my workmates did a swap for a day. I found his Shadows to be heaps more comfortable from a headband perspective. Feels like there is more padding or the material itself creates enough of a barrier to feel like a solid headband isn't severely pushing against your head. Has anyone compared the 2 and feels the same? I know it's not my imagination because my friend agreed my ones felt tougher on his head. It is one of the reasons I am looking forward to the XLs so much. Get the right ear pads, get them to seal adequately and lift the headband so it isn't touching my head altogether. 2 wins by changing one aspect, that is what I am hoping anyway.
Edited by Romani - 9/27/13 at 5:14pm
post #16819 of 21064

I put in my order this morning and was pleasantly surprised that vmoda is still offering the faders with the purchase of the xl pads.

post #16820 of 21064
Hey guys i am gonna get the m100s but i have a problem choosing between matte black or shadow
post #16821 of 21064
Do you guys think the XL pads will work on the Crossfade LP and M-80 as well?
post #16822 of 21064
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Originally Posted by smoove audioguy View Post

Hey guys i am gonna get the m100s but i have a problem choosing between matte black or shadow

 

matte black is sick!

post #16823 of 21064
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post

Do you guys think the XL pads will work on the Crossfade LP and M-80 as well?

 

Yes (possible I believe) to Crossfade LP's, but hell no to the M-80's.

post #16824 of 21064

heyheyhey!! so excited that the XL pads are finally liveee. i was wondering if someone who owns them could post pictures with a ruler to measure out the dimensions (depth, height, width)? Thanks!!! :)

post #16825 of 21064
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Originally Posted by money4me247 View Post

heyheyhey!! so excited that the XL pads are finally liveee. i was wondering if someone who owns them could post pictures with a ruler to measure out the dimensions (depth, height, width)? Thanks!!! smily_headphones1.gif
Dimensions can be found on the website:
Length: 93mm
Width: 75mm
Depth: 24mm

Though I'd be interested in seeing more pictures as well, especially of some grey ones
post #16826 of 21064
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post


Q: have you ever seen a non-vented shield before?
A: no

So the answer is a negative there too.

 

Of course I know there aren't right now. But it wouldn't the hardest thing to develop, and I would buy it.

Also, velour regular pads, leather makes me sweat really bad.

post #16827 of 21064

Has anyone listened to the M100's on a CEntrance HiFi M8 amp/dac? I ordered a HiFi M8 with the IEM mod to guarantee the lowest noise floor possible because I feel like the M100's are sensitive/efficient. I'm hoping that the M100's scale well with it. I have enjoyed the sound of these cans coming from 5.5g Ipod>solid silver 4 strand LOD>JDS Labs C5 Amp as the source. So I'm excited to see what the M100's sound like from an amp/dac rig because I have never experienced an amp mated to a dac before or with any sample rate higher than 16/44.1 ALAC.


Edited by musiclvr - 9/28/13 at 10:44am
post #16828 of 21064

I'd just like to say that the M-100 pairs beautifully with the Schiit Lyr. Sounds absolutely incredible. Everything is so smooth, clear, and detailed.

post #16829 of 21064
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Originally Posted by musiclvr View Post
 

Has anyone listened to the M100's on a CEntrance HiFi M8 amp/dac? I ordered a HiFi M8 with the IEM mod to guarantee the lowest noise floor possible because I feel like the M100's are sensitive/efficient. I'm hoping that the M100's scale well with it. I have enjoyed the sound of these cans coming from 5.5g Ipod>solid silver 4 strand LOD>JDS Labs C5 Amp as the source. So I'm excited to see what the M100's sound like from an amp/dac rig because I have never experienced an amp mated to a dac before or with any sample rate higher than 16/44.1 ALAC.

 

Not yet but I will, as I have a LX coming in Nov.

post #16830 of 21064

i heard alot of good things about the B&O H6, did you just try the model in the apple store, it could have been defective or something wrong with it, i just dont wanna buy something and return it because i dont have alot of time in my schedule

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