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post #17206 of 22821
Pretty happy with fiio x3; quite like having a separate device that plays up to 24/192 flacs takes 64gb microsd (+8gb onboard) and has hardware eq; its basically an e17 player.
Not that I have m100s to try with it yet but I have a feeling I will soon..
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Why are there less color options for the m100 shields ? :mad: 

 

And to the people mentioning hardwell and such, its funny sometimes I consider buying or trying other headphones.. then i realize every I listen to dj's with v modas... why try anything else lol

post #17208 of 22821

Little bit late on the XL pad discussion, but after reading all your guys reviews, I still can't quite make a decision. 

I love my EDM, but I'm also looking for a larger soundstage for my classical music while studying or relaxing.. Would you guys be suggesting I get the XL pads for this? The regular pads fit me fine, although they get a little uncomfortable after 2 hours since they get fairly warm and cramped.

post #17209 of 22821
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Originally Posted by asdfvtn View Post

Little bit late on the XL pad discussion, but after reading all your guys reviews, I still can't quite make a decision. 
I love my EDM, but I'm also looking for a larger soundstage for my classical music while studying or relaxing.. Would you guys be suggesting I get the XL pads for this? The regular pads fit me fine, although they get a little uncomfortable after 2 hours since they get fairly warm and cramped.

It's $20, worth a try. You can go back.
post #17210 of 22821
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It's $20, worth a try. You can go back.

$25 (which isn't a problem) + 1-4 week shipping (which when I ordered the M80 from their store it took 4 weeks..) since I live in Canada.

I just don't like having garbage sitting around if it sucks haha. 

How do I take off my original pads anyway? I've been tugging at them and they won't budge. They feel like they're going to rip instead. Is there a special technique?

post #17211 of 22821
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Is there a special technique?

Yup...pull harder. There are some videos a few pages back.
post #17212 of 22821

I'm thinking of upgrading from my M-80's, can anyone tell me if that's worth it?

post #17213 of 22821
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Yup...pull harder. There are some videos a few pages back.

hold on to the outer ring/rim on the white pair its chrome colored and if you pull/peel the existing pad back you will see little tabs, you need to actually pull the hard piece of plastic thats under the tab over them.. just tug really hard while holding that chrome rim/ring

post #17214 of 22821
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It's $20, worth a try. You can go back.
$25 (which isn't a problem) + 1-4 week shipping (which when I ordered the M80 from their store it took 4 weeks..) since I live in Canada.
I just don't like having garbage sitting around if it sucks haha. 
How do I take off my original pads anyway? I've been tugging at them and they won't budge. They feel like they're going to rip instead. Is there a special technique?
You basically pull on the pad really hard. It helps to grip the inside of the earpad with one hand, grip the outer rim of the earcup with the other, and curl the earpad away from you.

Something like this.
post #17215 of 22821
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Originally Posted by Bobby9 View Post
 

I'm thinking of upgrading from my M-80's, can anyone tell me if that's worth it?


IMO, yes.  I thought the M80 was great until I heard the M-100.

post #17216 of 22821

Has anyone tried using the XL pads with the original LPs yet?  Considering the old sound signature of the LPs, I am one of the multitude that is wondering if it makes an improvement to the sound of the LPs and make it worth getting the upgrade.

post #17217 of 22821

Hi,
 

I want to recable these headphones. Do you know what type of connectors (headphone side) is used by V-Moda M-100 and where to get them? 


Edited by Debazer - 10/22/13 at 1:13pm
post #17218 of 22821
Thanks for the help on XL pads everyone. I got them off (for fun) and I'll try out the paper towel mod for now until I decide on the pads.
post #17219 of 22821
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Originally Posted by Debazer View Post

Hi,
 
I want to recable these headphones. Do you know what type of connectors (headphone size) is used by V-Moda M-100 and where to get them? 
Unless you're doing some extreme modding, the headphone jack is the very common 3.5mm jack, also known as a P2 or mini-headphone jack. It's the same as you would see on an iPod headphone jack wink.gif
post #17220 of 22821
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Originally Posted by JbstormburstADV View Post

Has anyone tried using the XL pads with the original LPs yet?  Considering the old sound signature of the LPs, I am one of the multitude that is wondering if it makes an improvement to the sound of the LPs and make it worth getting the upgrade.
I mean, the pads would lessen the bass a bit (the LP has plenty to spare), but I'm still waiting for someone to definitively say how it affects the Mids. As someone who used to own the LPs myself before I lost them (perhaps my grandma stole them?), I can tell you the drivers are different and the M100 has noticeably better treble extension.
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