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Originally Posted by Grampa Sam View Post



Ordered M100's with this design on brushed metal shields. Just thought I'd share and see people's opinions on the design. May post pics when they arrive in 1-2 weeks.

Love this one great design.... Wanna see mine? You won't believe what I nodded mine to be...
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Lets see it!
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Originally Posted by valkolton View Post


Love this one great design.... Wanna see mine? You won't believe what I nodded mine to be...

Yeah sure thing! I think I might get some more shields later on, so some new engraving idea's would be great to see!


Edited by Grampa Sam - 7/11/14 at 2:13am
post #20809 of 20874
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Originally Posted by valkolton View Post

And cables eventually break like running shoes or soles. But ours will 100x less because they pass million bends and have Kevlar reinforced,so you can replace them for free with a picture if it's broken without sending it in...
 

 

They definitely hold up well, even after one year of almost daily use. The cable over time got some tendency to coil up a bit, but not a major problem. Still loving the orange color (I got the matte black M-100). And the 45° plug is just right.

 

Overall they have a nice, reassuringly solid feel to them. Sometimes I pick specifically the M-100 as rather low-profile (for an over-ear that is) and robust enough for a day out where it will live in a bag for some time, i.e. not specifically cared for.

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..I noticed some sort of noise in the right cup that sounds like a screw or something is loose inside and if I flip the cup around in just rattles around..kinda weird.. Wonder if I should disect my m100 to investigate.. Seems the screw/orrock/orwhatever gets stuck sometimes and I don't hear the noise for a while until I manage shake it loose again..
post #20811 of 20874
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Originally Posted by theinvertedsky View Post

..I noticed some sort of noise in the right cup that sounds like a screw or something is loose inside and if I flip the cup around in just rattles around..kinda weird.. Wonder if I should disect my m100 to investigate.. Seems the screw/orrock/orwhatever gets stuck sometimes and I don't hear the noise for a while until I manage shake it loose again..

Shaking your babies is considered abuse! biggrin.gif

Not sure what could be stuck in there. Was it like that from the day you bought it?
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Originally Posted by x RELIC x View Post

Shaking your babies is considered abuse! biggrin.gif

Not sure what could be stuck in there. Was it like that from the day you bought it?

Maybe, I've only had them for 2 weeks now..
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Good for Val and the gang, but I liked the fact that my M-100's were more of a boutique brand.
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Originally Posted by x RELIC x View Post


Good for Val and the gang, but I liked the fact that my M-100's were more of a boutique brand.

They still are.  It's not like they're sitting next to Beats & Skullcandy.  They are in Magnolia, with B&W, Sennheiser and PSB...  

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They still are.  It's not like they're sitting next to Beats & Skullcandy.  They are in Magnolia, with B&W, Sennheiser and PSB...  

I know. Still not as boutique.

You can find a Magnolia everywhere in the US, and the distribution chain just became much larger for Vmoda. I guess we have different ideas about what boutique is.
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Why would anyone care?

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I've just received my M-100's today and must say that they sound fantastic with my progressive/deep house music

The only problem I have is they have too much pressure from the headband over my ears, can someone tell me if the headband gets a bit looser over time or is there a way to adjust it without causing any damage.

Many thanks in advance.
post #20819 of 20874

You can bend the headband to better fit your head. As V-Modas FAQ states at http://v-moda.com/faq/#crossfades

 

My headband is too tight, what can I do?
To relieve the pressure, you can stretch the headband by bending it outwards (placing hands on the ends of the headband - not the earcups). You may repeat this process until you're happy with a looser fit. You can also bend the headband inwards to make a tighter fit. 

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Originally Posted by plakat View Post

You can bend the headband to better fit your head. As V-Modas FAQ states at http://v-moda.com/faq/#crossfades

My headband is too tight, what can I do?

To relieve the pressure, you can stretch the headband by bending it outwards (placing hands on the ends of the headband - not the earcups). You may repeat this process until you're happy with a looser fit. You can also bend the headband inwards to make a tighter fit. 
Many thanks my friend. smily_headphones1.gif
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