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Originally Posted by valkolton View Post

 

Crossfade LP has more bass than LP2!  Get a Gunmetal Black or Phantom Chrome Crossfade LP.  The white ones have SLIGHTLY lower bass.

 

OR just EQ an M-100 by bringing down the 8-20kHz bands...  it has ultra deep extension just like it's LP/LP2 cousins.

 

How about Crossfade LP Nero? it also have slightly lower bass or the same quantity than the Gunmetal Black or Phantom Chrome Crossfade LP? 

post #9662 of 21094
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Originally Posted by BoyzSpirit View Post

 

How about Crossfade LP Nero? it also have slightly lower bass or the same quantity than the Gunmetal Black or Phantom Chrome Crossfade LP? 

Those are only different colors schemes, not models.

post #9663 of 21094
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Originally Posted by Tus-Chan View Post

 

The cups are an extremely tight fit. I'm surprised nobody has made comparisons to the Beats Pro.

 

  1. The Pro's earpads are extremely stiff on my ears. The M-100's earpads are like wearing ultra-soft pillows (as in they're really soft and deflate almost instantly).
  2. The Pro's earpads were kind of supra-aural on my ears (part of my ears actually touched the earpads). The M-100's earpads at least encapsulate my entire ear.
post #9664 of 21094
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Originally Posted by darkfireblade25 View Post

Those are only different colors schemes, not models.

 

 

Valkolton said that the white ones have SLIGHTLY lower bass so i'm a bit confused. As i know that the white ones also only different colors schemes so why it can have slightly lower bass? 

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Interesting...

 

Where did you hear him say that?

 

If that is the case, could there be some truth in the matte white models producing a more balanced sound than the others?

That said, he would have told us all that, and he hasn't.

 

I don't see how a paint scheme could affect harmonics/ambience. Only different materials could.

The M-100's have been tuned to a specific sound.

That said, it is very odd how every review I've read have a different view on bass and balance, unless it is simply all based on what these people have listened to before.


Edited by musical-kage - 11/22/12 at 5:34am
post #9667 of 21094

Friends, Forums, Countrymen... Happy Turkey Day!

 

Sorry that I have been buried with work, but this is the time of year we make a big proportion of our dough and we are launching M-100 worldwide along with another surprise product coming out!  When you see the surprise, you'll know why I have been so heads down to get it out in time for Xmas. 

 

M-100 is on Amazon.com now, check out the product description and page and please tell us what you think!  It took me a LONG time to write it and create this new "matrix" comparing our models.

 

http://www.amazon.com/V-MODA-Crossfade-Over-Ear-Noise-Isolating-Headphone/dp/B00A39PPDK

 

I'll be catching up on reading the forums on my flight to Italy today.  

 

Running headphones?

I am REALLY loving my M-100s more and more daily for a new use, running.  I can run 7-10 miles easily because of the sound and right mix.  I find them amazing for long runs as they don't fall off my head and keep my ears warm when I am in cold cities.  I didn't realize just how good they were for running until recently, I usually would switch between Vibrato/M-80/M-100 but now M-100 is my running workhorse.

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post #9668 of 21094

A new surprise product coming out you say?!

 

As for the Amazon link, the 'Shadow' image doesn't work. Just thought you may want to know
 

post #9669 of 21094
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Originally Posted by valkolton View Post

Friends, Forums, Countrymen... Happy Turkey Day!

 

Sorry that I have been buried with work, but this is the time of year we make a big proportion of our dough and we are launching M-100 worldwide along with another surprise product coming out!  When you see the surprise, you'll know why I have been so heads down to get it out in time for Xmas. 

 

M-100 is on Amazon.com now, check out the product description and page and please tell us what you think!  It took me a LONG time to write it and create this new "matrix" comparing our models.

 

http://www.amazon.com/V-MODA-Crossfade-Over-Ear-Noise-Isolating-Headphone/dp/B00A39PPDK

 

I'll be catching up on reading the forums on my flight to Italy today.  

 

Running headphones?

I am REALLY loving my M-100s more and more daily for a new use, running.  I can run 7-10 miles easily because of the sound and right mix.  I find them amazing for long runs as they don't fall off my head and keep my ears warm when I am in cold cities.  I didn't realize just how good they were for running until recently, I usually would switch between Vibrato/M-80/M-100 but now M-100 is my running workhorse.

Could you comment on the bass variations between white & black M-100's that some seem to be having?

post #9670 of 21094

Val, great news on the Amazon addition. Is there any news or plans to put it on the Amazon UK site as well? Or is that a whole other issue to workaround?

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post #9672 of 21094
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Originally Posted by musical-kage View Post

Interesting...

Where did you hear him say that?

If that is the case, could there be some truth in the matte white models producing a more balanced sound than the others?
That said, he would have told us all that, and he hasn't.

I don't see how a paint scheme could affect harmonics/ambience. Only different materials could.
The M-100's have been tuned to a specific sound.
That said, it is very odd how every review I've read have a different view on bass and balance, unless it is simply all based on what these people have listened to before.

They are talking about the Crossfade LP not the M-100

All M-100's sound the same no matter the Color scheme
post #9673 of 21094
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Originally Posted by musical-kage View Post

 



Surely you can resize? I'm guessing if you go over the safety margin, you have more chance for the laser etcher not to bother, so stuff past the line won't etch

 

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Originally Posted by jonnio View Post


If it's the white background you are fine...if it makes you feel better, just grab the eraser and remove it in those areas.

 

Thanks, that really helped! 

post #9674 of 21094
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Originally Posted by valkolton View Post

Friends, Forums, Countrymen... Happy Turkey Day!

Sorry that I have been buried with work, but this is the time of year we make a big proportion of our dough and we are launching M-100 worldwide along with another surprise product coming out!  When you see the surprise, you'll know why I have been so heads down to get it out in time for Xmas. 

M-100 is on Amazon.com now, check out the product description and page and please tell us what you think!  It took me a LONG time to write it and create this new "matrix" comparing our models.

http://www.amazon.com/V-MODA-Crossfade-Over-Ear-Noise-Isolating-Headphone/dp/B00A39PPDK


I'll be catching up on reading the forums on my flight to Italy today.  

Running headphones?
I am REALLY loving my M-100s more and more daily for a new use, running.  I can run 7-10 miles easily because of the sound and right mix.  I find them amazing for long runs as they don't fall off my head and keep my ears warm when I am in cold cities.  I didn't realize just how good they were for running until recently, I usually would switch between Vibrato/M-80/M-100 but now M-100 is my running workhorse.

Val,
Happy turkey day to you as well. The writeup on Amazon looks great. My only constructive feedback is where you say "Ultra-Extended Highs" which might lead some to think overly bright like Grado and Ultrasone instead of the smooth extended highs the M-100 actually offers. I think you are selling the high end short by using this description.
Edited by Craigster75 - 11/22/12 at 7:33am
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Does anyone know if 3rd party boom mic type products will work with the m-100s?
Has anyone tried a different mic?
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