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post #346 of 1039

Nope, but that would look good and be easy to do

post #347 of 1039
Has kind of an ideal shape too, good idea...
post #348 of 1039

Hi guys,

 

I'm kinda new here, and I was thinking about purchasing a lp custom over ear headphone. I was thinking about purchasing a LP over-ear shield kit with it (http://v-moda.com/over-ear-shields/).

Just to be sure, 4 shields are included with that kit is that right? Or is that two? or one?

 

 

Anyway, here are some ideas: (sorry, the ''insert image'' option was kinda bugged)

 

http://hpics.li/0e619ea

 

Any review would be appreciated!

 

Thanks in advance!

post #349 of 1039
Each kit comes with a single pair of shields, meaning 2 shields and 2 wing plates. I assume you got the 4 shield idea from the example picture, there are 4 there so they can show off the colors and patterns
post #350 of 1039

I was thinking the same.. Thanks man!
 

post #351 of 1039
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Originally Posted by darthdader View Post

Has anyone seen a shield with the Skyrim logo.

 

No, but you can order one using this design I found:

 

 

 

You're welcome :)

 

EDIT: wtf gallery view is screwed up for this picture


Edited by 9Nein9 - 1/18/13 at 10:29am
post #352 of 1039
I don't think it's screwed up, it just has a transparent background so it shows up as black on grey in gallery view. They should be able to use it either way.
post #353 of 1039

Hi, i just bought a M80. I was looking to customizing the shields. The problem is that i am clueless about art. i just want to print my name and a logo.

How do i go about it. Any help will be apperciated. 

post #354 of 1039
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Originally Posted by Prakhar View Post

Shiny black or red IMO


Thanks

Also can someone put Japanese in the text bar or does it have to be a picture?

post #355 of 1039

I dunno. Personally I'd make my own design as I don't know if they'll handle the foreign chars well. Uhhh... Skyrim logo, I'm pretty sure they'll object as it's probably copywrited or whatever. The keyword, LOGO. Can't use the Superman logo, or probably not the Apple logo, etc, etc, etc. Also, Bibas, I can probably help you out designing it if you want, I'm not super great, but you can look at my shields I designed a page or two back, the purple ones on the m-80's? If it's just the logo and name, I'm pretty sure I could manage that. The way I did mine was logo on one side, name on the other, would you be interested in that? Bigger space to show off the logo as m-80 shields are somewhat small, at least compared to lp's and m-100's.

post #356 of 1039

Skyrim one looks generic enough (and not popular enough) that it might slip by, but yeah, if another gamer at V-Moda recognizes it or they do some reverse image lookups they'd probably shoot it down.

post #357 of 1039

Hey,

 

Here are a few photos of my shields. I have been waiting for them for about a month now becasue of a bit of a mix-up when I ordered my M-100's.

 

The left Shield has my name on it under the tree and the right one doesn't. Now that I got them I dont know if im completly happy with them so I have only half installed them. I desigined the picture myself for the shield but now feel it may be a bit detailed for such a small area, what do you think?

 

post #358 of 1039
What's wrong with the detail? It still looks like a tee from afar, but it's cool to get that extra bit of detail up close (the bark and whatnot). I like it, no pics of the one with the name tho?
post #359 of 1039

Does anyone know for the "Shadow" M-100 colour how good the headband material is? Looks like some sort of fabric.

post #360 of 1039
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Originally Posted by McNuggetsPie View Post

Does anyone know for the "Shadow" M-100 colour how good the headband material is? Looks like some sort of fabric.

The fabric is a suede kind of fabric (like the type they use in furniture; move your hand in one direction and you can "draw" things in it, move it the opposite way to "erase" it). It's the same material they used for the Shadow M-80's headband. I personally don't like the feel of it as it feels kind of odd on a headphone, but evidently a lot of people like it.

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