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Originally Posted by blotto5 View Post

Seriously dude? I explained why I wasn't able to fully review the SQ in my post, unless you didn't read it and immediately jumped to criticizing it, which wouldn't surprise me this being the internet and all. I need to burn them in and wear them around a little before I can really go into detail on the SQ. 
Take your time. Enjoy the ride,...we can wait till your ready.cool.gif
post #302 of 924
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Originally Posted by nywytboy68 View Post

Ok, you complain about people's attitudes and critiquing the device you don't even possess yet BUT came into this thread spewing criticisms and attitude. The person you responded to was giving an information update.

Is it ok for you to be obnoxious to all you respond to? Really, if you didn't have something positive to say about it why quote it,...to belittle and smack the person down?! I personally LIKED seeing the extra pictures. We'll get a sq review when it comes. Deal with it,...mad.gif

Chill out dude. The sound quality review is taking forever and I'm getting impatient. We already have a lot of pictures of the M-100s, and even if we didn't they're almost a complete clone of the Crossfade LP/LP2. Yeah, we get it, they're gorgeous. This has been established. We don't need more and more restatements of that. 

 

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Originally Posted by Tus-Chan View Post

I want some of whatever you're smoking. Those look like cheap Beyer T1s that Rosie O'Donnell sat on. With awful pads.

 

No. Just... no.

 

 

 

 

 

These headphones are extremely striking. I've turned more heads than I can count when wearing these, and I've even had a couple of people turn around and ask me about them.


Edited by takato14 - 10/10/12 at 6:27pm
post #303 of 924
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Originally Posted by takato14 View Post

Chill out dude. The sound quality review is taking forever and I'm getting impatient. We already have a lot of pictures of the M-100s, and even if we didn't they're almost a complete clone of the Crossfade LP/LP2. Yeah, we get it, they're gorgeous. This has been established. We don't need more and more restatements of that. 

No. Just... no.

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These headphones are extremely striking. I've turned more heads than I can count when wearing these, and I've even had a couple of people turn around and ask me about them.

I concur. They do look pretty nice; Stax SR-007-esque



But yeah, patience guys, patience. I'm anticipating some quality reviews will start rolling out in the next few days.
post #304 of 924
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Originally Posted by takato14 View Post

Chill out dude. The sound quality review is taking forever and I'm getting impatient. We already have a lot of pictures of the M-100s, and even if we didn't they're almost a complete clone of the Crossfade LP/LP2. Yeah, we get it, they're gorgeous. This has been established. We don't need more and more restatements of that. 
So, from what I and others are seeing, you like to criticize and throw your opinion around, but attack if someone doesn't see eye-to-eye with you.

Learn to be more civil and less opinionated. Your really coming off as an azzmonkey.

I do mess with people, but it's in jest. I do it all the time,...but I joke.
post #305 of 924
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Originally Posted by nywytboy68 View Post

So, from what I and others are seeing, you like to criticize and throw your opinion around, but attack if someone doesn't see eye-to-eye with you.

Learn to be more civil and less opinionated. Your really coming off as an azzmonkey.

I do mess with people, but it's in jest. I do it all the time,...but I joke.

I always mess with people. My mood determines whether or not it's a joke. Generally it's a joke, but occasionally I'm just being a dick.

 

It's a personality flaw, admittedly.


Edited by takato14 - 10/10/12 at 6:49pm
post #306 of 924
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Originally Posted by blotto5 View Post

2592x1944, 72 dpi. sorry my cell phone takes some pretty crappy pictures

lol i meant the ones you sent in to v-moda to put on shields

post #307 of 924
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

I concur. They do look pretty nice; Stax SR-007-esque

Gotta love Stax. Another gorgeous headphone is the Sansui SS-100:

God, why cant we have these kinds of headphones today...

 

Though I do love the look of V-MODA's products too. Hopefully the M-100 will give me a good reason to get one (other than looks).


Edited by takato14 - 10/10/12 at 6:52pm
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These headphones are extremely striking.

 

 

I agree, you probably could strike someone with them, especially if you threw the pancake-flat ear cup like a frisbee. I imagine it would fly pretty far.

 

On a side note, why do they have pleather supra-aural pads like that when they're so large?

 


Edited by Tus-Chan - 10/10/12 at 7:16pm
post #309 of 924
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Originally Posted by darkfireblade25 View Post

lol i meant the ones you sent in to v-moda to put on shields

lol my bad the pic was 281x432 I did my best to clean it up in photoshop before I sent it in, but theres only so much u could do with a low res pic.

post #310 of 924
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Originally Posted by blotto5 View Post

Seriously dude? I explained why I wasn't able to fully review the SQ in my post, unless you didn't read it and immediately jumped to criticizing it, which wouldn't surprise me this being the internet and all. I need to burn them in and wear them around a little before I can really go into detail on the SQ. 

I don't believe in burn-in, so I consider that less of an explanation and more of an excuse. I don't mean to pick a fight. I'm just saying.

 

And really, the first thing I do when I put on a new headphone is start comparing it to my other sets. I put together a medium-length 'first impressions' type of review. Then as I continue listening I form a second opinion and append it to the first impressions. This usually creates a nice, in-depth review that is neither too long nor too short. I post the first impressions, first of course, then I post the finalized later. I find this method to work quite well. And honestly, I'm far too excited when I get a new headphone to wait for the burn-in. 

 

Plus, most of the time it's a vintage (used) headphone that I'm reviewing and burn-in wouldn't matter. The forming a second opinion part is what I believe people think is burn-in. It's basically your ears adjusting to the sound, which is why it happens with both used and new headphones. At least, it has in my case.

post #311 of 924
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Originally Posted by Tus-Chan View Post


These headphones are extremely striking.

 

 

I agree, you probably could strike someone with them, especially if you threw the pancake-flat ear cup like a frisbee. I imagine it would fly pretty far.

 

On a side note, why do they have pleather supra-aural pads like that when they're so large?

 

They're flat because they use a planar driver. They're not very heavy though, so they don't make for a good blunt-force weapon. I'd suggest an LCD-2 or the all-metal DT1350 for this purpose.

 

As the PvDF film gets farther away from the ear, the sound becomes tinny. It sounds best with these as close to your ears as possible. Hence the supra-aural pads.

post #312 of 924
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Originally Posted by takato14 View Post

And really, the first thing I do when I put on a new headphone is start comparing it to my other sets. I put together a medium-length 'first impressions' type of review. Then as I continue listening I form a second opinion and append it to the first impressions. This usually creates a nice, in-depth review that is neither too long nor too short. I post the first impressions, first of course, then I post the finalized later. I find this method to work quite well. And honestly, I'm far too excited when I get a new headphone to wait for the burn-in. 

 

So... maybe you can point us to your reviews so that current M100 owners can take a few pointers and do it just like you... (please provide links...)

 

 

Thanks.

post #313 of 924

You said in one of your reviews of the SE-700 that:

 


Many have touted this to be the most beautiful headphone ever made, and I agree.

 

Wouldn't you consider this an exaggeration?

You might think I'm just nitpicking here, but I'm qualifying your taste. More specifically, whether your taste is relevant to the aesthetics that most of the rest of us appreciate, for the same reason why you wouldn't hire Roger Ebert to do video game reviews.


Edited by Tus-Chan - 10/10/12 at 7:53pm
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Why is all this arguing and such going on in this forum? Go to another thread if you want to talk about other headphones, and the off-topic to talk about your opinions and why they're all invalid.

post #315 of 924
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Why is all this arguing and such going on in this forum? Go to another thread if you want to talk about other headphones, and the off-topic to talk about your opinions and why they're all invalid.

This thread is starting to tire me. Though I hate to say it again, typical V-Moda thread...
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