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V-MODA Vibrato, are they any good?

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Hi guys I'm in the market for an IEM now since both my TF10 pro and Klipsch S4 brokefrown.gif

I'm considering the V-MODA Vibratos since they seem to be kinda appealing, but I've read things saying they aren't durable and stuff, so the thing is, are they good?

I like headphones with a warm sound signature with deep but non-overpowering and muddy bass (like beats, hate those) and also GOOD SOUNDSTAGE (important!) good and easy fit is a bonus

Thanks a million,

Tommy

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That's an old model IEM and to be honest they are not that great sound wise (overly bassy to me.)  I have the Vibe and Vibe 2 which are the predecessors to the Vibratos.  Construction wise the Vibe 2 and Vibratos are very similar and they are solid.  In fact, since the casing is metal, it can be a bit on the heavy side.  You mentioned that you have the TF10, so I am pretty sure you will not be happy with the Vibratos' staging and high frequency respond.  I recommend you save up for the UE900 instead.

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Originally Posted by DrSheep View Post

That's an old model IEM and to be honest they are not that great sound wise (overly bassy to me.)  I have the Vibe and Vibe 2 which are the predecessors to the Vibratos.  Construction wise the Vibe 2 and Vibratos are very similar and they are solid.  In fact, since the casing is metal, it can be a bit on the heavy side.  You mentioned that you have the TF10, so I am pretty sure you will not be happy with the Vibratos' staging and high frequency respond.  I recommend you save up for the UE900 instead.

thx man, considering the ue900 and xba40

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thx man, considering the ue900 and xba40

If you can afford it, then by all means go for the UE900, as it is a better package (hardcase, Comfy Foam Tips, and 2 braided cables) compare to even the W4R or SE535.  I think the XBA40 is all right, but there are a lot of other better choices at the $200 range.

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