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Poll Results: Would you suggest the Crossfade LP's?

 
  • 16% (10)
    Definitely!
  • 20% (12)
    They seeeem okay, i guess.
  • 23% (14)
    Eh you might go for it.
  • 11% (7)
    They will probably be under par with your expectations..
  • 27% (16)
    As bad as beats!
59 Total Votes  
post #76 of 171
Thread Starter 
More refined? I don't think the path is so narrow. Seriously. It's as if a few of you think its the difference between hell and earth haha. One headphone isn't going to define decades of decisions thereafter. biggrin.gif
post #77 of 171
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Originally Posted by Mach Supremacy View Post

More refined? I don't think the path is so narrow. Seriously. It's as if a few of you think its the difference between hell and earth haha. One headphone isn't going to define decades of decisions thereafter. biggrin.gif

+1

post #78 of 171
OMG op if you where a girl I'd call you an attention _______.

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post #79 of 171
Thread Starter 
What'd I do?
post #80 of 171
I am in my 50s and own a pair of .Crossfade LPs. I really only listen to them while I am around my house so public opinion of style isn't relevant to me. For under $100 they are worth consideration. The bass is very prominent but the mids and highs are still there. They are very efficient and don't need an amp. I find them to be comfortable. One negative is that they leak sound pretty badly.
post #81 of 171
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Originally Posted by bubsdaddy View Post

I am in my 50s and own a pair of .Crossfade LPs. I really only listen to them while I am around my house so public opinion of style isn't relevant to me. For under $100 they are worth consideration. The bass is very prominent but the mids and highs are still there. They are very efficient and don't need an amp. I find them to be comfortable. One negative is that they leak sound pretty badly.

Well, that is most likely because the LPs are on-ear headphones. Other than that, it's a pretty neat pair.

post #82 of 171
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Originally Posted by thatBeatsguy View Post

Well, that is most likely because the LPs are on-ear headphones. Other than that, it's a pretty neat pair.

That's not always the case, the sennheiser hd-25's are on ear and don't leak very much at all. I used to play them at fairly decent levels and wouldn't disturb classmates (yea I asked).
post #83 of 171
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by bubsdaddy View Post

I am in my 50s and own a pair of .Crossfade LPs. I really only listen to them while I am around my house so public opinion of style isn't relevant to me. For under $100 they are worth consideration. The bass is very prominent but the mids and highs are still there. They are very efficient and don't need an amp. I find them to be comfortable. One negative is that they leak sound pretty badly.

My sennheisers leak pretty bad. I don't find it to be a real issue, because, well, people will be blasting rap noise out of their phones! It sounds like tin cans, I don't care if people hear my music bahaha. I'm looking forward to getting these. Hopefully by tomorrow.
Edited by Mach Supremacy - 7/10/13 at 9:42pm
post #84 of 171
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Originally Posted by thatBeatsguy View Post

Well, that is most likely because the LPs are on-ear headphones. Other than that, it's a pretty neat pair.

 

Umm...no they are not.  The M80s are V-MODA's on-ear.  The LP, LP2 and M100 are all over the ear (tho to be fair if you have large ears, they may all be on-ears because the cups aren't the roomiest).

post #85 of 171
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Originally Posted by dbdynsty25 View Post

 

Umm...no they are not.  The M80s are V-MODA's on-ear.  The LP, LP2 and M100 are all over the ear (tho to be fair if you have large ears, they may all be on-ears because the cups aren't the roomiest).

OH! Yeah, I remember now. I tested both the M80s and the LPs, and I kinda mixed up both. It's hard to know which is which without seeing the price tag. Sadly, it's in Chinese.

post #86 of 171

I think the venting is what cause them to leak sound so badly.

post #87 of 171
Best looks in a budget DT 990
post #88 of 171

What is your definition of 'good looking'? For common people perhaps it's refer to modern looking like Denon or else. But for me, Grado lowest series (SR) much more better. Classic view, upgradable

post #89 of 171
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Originally Posted by intermediete View Post

What is your definition of 'good looking'? For common people perhaps it's refer to modern looking like Denon or else. But for me, Grado lowest series (SR) much more better. Classic view, upgradable

I know, 'good looking' is probably the most subjective definition here. It depends on the situation, for example, I'm in highschool so I need something that won't be subject to criticism from the average highschooler . The LP's fit this category, and most other average people judge sound by bass so I think they'll fit my specific situation perfectly.
post #90 of 171
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by bubsdaddy View Post

I think the venting is what cause them to leak sound so badly.

What venting?
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