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 Some of us are really beginning to understand how jews, gypsies, gays, whatever must have felt in 1938 Germany. It's appealing.

 

I know what you meant but the irony of the typo made me laugh like a moron.

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I know what you meant but the irony of the typo made me laugh like a moron.

Cheers mate, lol.

We hate SwiftKey, we hate SwiftKey, we hate SwiftKey!

Meant to say, you like metal, try Los by Rammstein from the Reise, Reise album. Holy **** was made for that sound!
Edited by Solrighal - 3/26/14 at 7:19pm
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You think? Well, I pulled that part of the post out, though I feel like I'm massively overestimating how good of an idea it was, haha. But yeah, saved in a text file. What should I do now? Send it to Val? I have no clue how this works.

 

Shoot me a message, we are making videos for YouTube!

 

https://www.youtube.com/vmoda

 

This extended video is pretty slick, it is a bit artistic and is meant to be an exploration of style. It is really interesting if you haven't seen it!  We actually have different cuts of it (with/without DJ mentions, etc):

 

 

-V

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Wow! Hey @SomeGuyDude! CEO Val in the house! Its your chance! Give it a shot!
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LOL, sent it! I'm really floored that he popped in for it, no joke. That threw me for a loop, I wasn't even sure how to phrase the message.

 

Hey Zach, why do you like VMODA so dang much?

 

THIS HERE THREAD. THAT'S WHY.

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LOL, sent it! I'm really floored that he popped in for it, no joke. That threw me for a loop, I wasn't even sure how to phrase the message.

Hey Zach, why do you like VMODA so dang much?

THIS HERE THREAD. THAT'S WHY.

Told you. Now, why didn't I virtually punch your lights out, steal the idea & run away like a thief in the night?

Make mines' a Mustang. A Shelby Mustang. In Midnight Blue.
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Told you. Now, why didn't I virtually punch your lights out, steal the idea & run away like a thief in the night?

Make mines' a Mustang. A Shelby Mustang. In Midnight Blue.

 

Hahahahah once I get all that YouTube money, hell yes.

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Hahahahah once I get all that YouTube money, hell yes.
http://newmediarockstars.com/2013/05/how-much-do-youtubers-make-the-top-20-earning-creators-adsense-salaries-revealed-infographic/

It's good that Vsauce is in there. Watching YouTube videos for educational stuff is in the minority unfortunately. Yay Michelle Phan. smily_headphones1.gif

I don't get any money for my videos. XD


I'd be interested in a V-MODA version of this video:
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Guys check out "A View To A Kill" by Duran Duran with your M100s. Even if your not a fan,it sounds amazing.
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Guys check out "A View To A Kill" by Duran Duran with your M100s. Even if your not a fan,it sounds amazing.

Duran Duran always did sound great on decent equipment. Back in the day, that was their one saving grace.
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Listen, if you want to hear the M-100 driver really flex go and find a copy of Pocket Universe by Yello and have a listen to Resistor. How the driver manages to kick this hard blows my mind every single time. It's not a kick in the arse from my twin 12" Alpine Type-R's in my car. Seriously.

Yello, on every single album throughout their long career, have always excelled in production. Trust me, even in the unlikely event you don't like their music, you'll be using Yello when you pass your cans to your friends and exclaim "Have a listen to this!
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Originally Posted by Zorrofox View Post

Listen, if you want to hear the M-100 driver really flex go and find a copy of Pocket Universe by Yello and have a listen to Resistor. How the driver manages to kick this hard blows my mind every single time. It's not a kick in the arse from my twin 12" Alpine Type-R's in my car. Seriously.

Yello, on every single album throughout their long career, have always excelled in production. Trust me, even in the unlikely event you don't like their music, you'll be using Yello when you pass your cans to your friends and exclaim "Have a listen to this!


I didn't know they are still making music.I heard what you meant by the drivers flex n go.Cool use of the lower bass frequencies.I have to find a better quality file though.That's the thing with these headphones.You look through old and new tunes to hear how they sound on the M100s.And it all sounds great.But there are those tracks with excellent studio production and whoa!The high definition of these cans gives me a lot of those wow factor moments.Maybe a new thread?

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Hi guys, my first post here, I've been a long time lurker. I'm really excited because I just ordered a set of matte black m100's! They should be here Monday. I chose these cans because of all the excellent reviews I've read on here. I currently own sennheiser hd555's, sennheiser momentums in black, and sony xb500's. I think the m100's will make an excellent addition to my collection. Looking forward to giving them a listen!
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Welcome.

post #19725 of 23022
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I didn't know they are still making music.I heard what you meant by the drivers flex n go.Cool use of the lower bass frequencies.I have to find a better quality file though.That's the thing with these headphones.You look through old and new tunes to hear how they sound on the M100s.And it all sounds great.But there are those tracks with excellent studio production and whoa!The high definition of these cans gives me a lot of those wow factor moments.Maybe a new thread?

Yello aren't what they once were musically speaking. I think their older stuff like Stella, One Second & Baby are superior. Actually, Baby has been my dynamics test disc since it was released in 1991. Back then I was working for a Scottish hi-fi retailer and we'd have our annual show in a big hotel in Edinburgh (Scotland's Capital). I was working in the Ruark room (classy loudspeakers) and Ruark were debuting their new flagship floor-stander. It was my first show and had been very nervous the previous week. Anyway, Baby had only been out about a month by then. Nobody knew who Yello were back then so I thought I'd take the disc along and see what happened. I have never been approached by quite so many people saying wow in my life. You could see the smiles on their faces as these relatively huge floor standers pushed the air up & down that room. Some people just sat there laughing, like you might do at a fireworks display. I'll never forget that day.

The whole album is a total blast from the opening track, "Homage to the Mountain" to the closer "Sweet Thunder". Tremendous album.

Sorry for going O/T but music is why we're all here after all.



Edit - I've just taken delivery of my new XL pads. Now, can I fit them without throwing anything out the window? Where's that video?

Edit - sorry I should add that although I don't think Yello are as musically compelling as they once were it has to be said that their production skills have only increased with every release ( with the exception of "Zebra" - I've no idea what went wrong there). There latest, as far as I'm aware, is called "Touch Yello" and, although musically it's pretty good, I'd buy it just for its production alone . Truly wonderful soundstage! Seriously good.

Edit - Man, the deliveries are coming thick & fast today. Now I've just received two discs from bands I've never actually heard before but I read a couple of reviews and thought I'd take a punt. "Herzwerk II" by Megaherz & "Monster" by Oomph!. In the words of Captain Lockheed, "Go Germany"!
Edited by Solrighal - 3/27/14 at 5:25am
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