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 matched them with these

post #20762 of 20871
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Originally Posted by TechoGeek View Post
Now this is my last pair, really it is.

 

Of course it is. As always ;-)

Nevertheless a good choice, the M-100 is really fun and well worth it.

post #20763 of 20871

Love these M100's. Portability is awesome as is sound...

 

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Just for fun I made some M-100 Windows icons because I like my icons to resemble my gear. I'm new to the DropBox game so if the link doesn't work PM me and I'll email them to you.

Created with GIMP

 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4gh0flmu8f1qkp0/AADOtk_gR_ULGaszGE0xJCOoa


Edited by SpiderNhan - 7/2/14 at 10:11pm
post #20765 of 20871
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Originally Posted by theinvertedsky View Post

The orange matte black with orange shields looks HOT!!

 

I have an extra pair of shields that are orange and they're fun, but they're also shiny.  Matte orange shields would be an excellent idea.

 

Here's something I've always hoped V-Moda would do:  color-match their shields to their accessories, cables and headphone details. 

 

If a shadow model becomes an option again, then shields that use the same red color as the headband logo and stitching could be offered.  Val seems inclined to use orange these days (a reaction to the red Beats logo, perhaps), so the same philosophy could apply.

 

Ditto orange or gray shields and orange or gray cables:  The colors could match.  As with outfits, so with headphones:  each color should be the same shade.  You wouldn't wear a gray sports jacket with pants that are a different shade of gray (though a markedly different texture does help).


Edited by scrypt - 7/2/14 at 11:06pm
post #20766 of 20871

cool thanks spidernhan!

post #20767 of 20871
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Originally Posted by scrypt View Post

I have an extra pair of shields that are orange and they're fun, but they're also shiny.  Matte orange shields would be an excellent idea.

Here's something I've always hoped V-Moda would do:  color-match their shields to their accessories, cables and headphone details. 

If a shadow model becomes an option again, then shields that use the same red color as the headband logo and stitching could be offered.  Val seems inclined to use orange these days (a reaction to the red Beats logo, perhaps), so the same philosophy could apply.

Ditto orange or gray shields and orange or gray cables:  The colors could match.  As with outfits, so with headphones:  each color should be the same shade.  You wouldn't wear a gray sports jacket with pants that are a different shade of gray (though a markedly different texture does help).

Yeah, I have the shiny orange ones too and they are pretty flashy so some might want a matte version to be more discreet. I tried my best to color match with the matte black m100, orange shields, the black/orange cable and case that came with it..would be cool if they just came default with matte orange shields
post #20768 of 20871

I listen to a lot of genres of music mostly rock(Judas Priest,Lamb of God,Pantera)to(David Bowie,Queen) would the V-moda 100 be good or if you know if the monster Dna's would be good for sound?

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Originally Posted by Gram2 View Post

I listen to a lot of genres of music mostly rock(Judas Priest,Lamb of God,Pantera)to(David Bowie,Queen) would the V-moda 100 be good or if you know if the monster Dna's would be good for sound?

Are you referring to the dna pros (the over esrs) or the dna (on ears)?
I thought the on ears sound good for what it is. I personally found the m100s much more detailed in the treble (more extended and more refined)and reaches lower in the bass. The mids are less forward, but i find it pretty clean in the mids too.

Now i didnt a/b them them, so take what i said above with a grain of salt
post #20770 of 20871

I had the on the ear DNA's  and was just wanting to know how you felt with them.Thanks

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How long have you guys had your M100s without any problems?
post #20773 of 20871
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Originally Posted by HardstyleLoco96 View Post

How long have you guys had your M100s without any problems?
I've had mine for about 5 months and zero issues so far.. main thing is to just take care of your stuff and it will last along time. I always take the time to put all my gear back in a case or to not wind my cables to tight. I don't use the M100 case as I think it is too cramped, I use the case from my old ATH-M50s which has ample room.
post #20774 of 20871
I take care of my stuff, I'm just worried of a speaker blowing as a few people have said this
post #20775 of 20871
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Originally Posted by HardstyleLoco96 View Post

I take care of my stuff, I'm just worried of a speaker blowing as a few people have said this
If there blowing these than they are playing these way to load. I have mine amped and sometimes turn it up a bit but never that load as my ears would be ringing. I'm sure if they are being listened to at a moderate level these should last a long time.
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