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A Tidal HiFi subscription is a good place to start. Barring the $20 a month fee, just feed it the highest resolution files you can afford. The M-100 are more resolving than people realize.

 

Use software that won't use Windows resampling so you get bit-perfect playback. foobar 2000 or JRiver Media Center will allow you to do this, although there may be others I'm unaware of.

 

Here's a crazy one. Get this cable. You don't have to do it right away. Spend some time with the M-100s, get to know how they sound, and if you start to yearn for more you can try a $19 experiment. I have a detailed review of the cable here.

Sweet, thanks for the heads up. Something somewhat unrelated - I installed the XL Pads on my V-Modas and they seem to all be snapped in placed, I can see the retention clips, but some of the leather is warped around the clips. Normal? They seem to be held in place just fine. 

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Sweet, thanks for the heads up. Something somewhat unrelated - I installed the XL Pads on my V-Modas and they seem to all be snapped in placed, I can see the retention clips, but some of the leather is warped around the clips. Normal? They seem to be held in place just fine. 

Do you mean that the leather is pinched underneath the clips? Can you provide a picture?

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I unfortunately don't have a camera good enough to capture it. Basically, the plastic area of the pads that clips into the headphone has leather on it. When clipped in, the leather warped around the plastic clips/retention that hold the pads in. 

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Could anyone compare sound (low/mid/high) of Denon D600 against V_Moda M100? I found M100 sounds "plastic" at mid/high range.

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I unfortunately don't have a camera good enough to capture it. Basically, the plastic area of the pads that clips into the headphone has leather on it. When clipped in, the leather warped around the plastic clips/retention that hold the pads in. 

Ive had 3 sets of XL pads for my headphones since I had them. I have had that on all 3, never experienced any issues at all. You should be fine.

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