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post #2281 of 2525
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Sorry, but V-MODA M100 is a full size headphone not an IEM.

The VModa XS belongs here more.

post #2282 of 2525
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The VModa XS belongs here more.

I thought he was referring to the KEF IEMs. But the V Modas are a bit too big for portable headphones. But I plan on getting the XSs here before the summer is out. smily_headphones1.gif
post #2283 of 2525

Hi Peter,

 

How do you find the comfort of the B&O H6 compared to the T51p? And does the H6 have big/bloated bass? In your review you stated that some may find the H6 to be bass-lite, but in terms of quantity, does it have more/less bass than say, HD800? Thanks.

post #2284 of 2525
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Hi Peter,

How do you find the comfort of the B&O H6 compared to the T51p? And does the H6 have big/bloated bass? In your review you stated that some may find the H6 to be bass-lite, but in terms of quantity, does it have more/less bass than say, HD800? Thanks.

Honestly, both are outstanding. Pretty much the same IMO. The H6 certainly doesn't have bass bloat. Some might critique it for being a bit bass lite. I actually liked the h6's bass presentation. (Similar presentation to the hd800's bass).
Edited by MacedonianHero - 7/19/14 at 9:08pm
post #2285 of 2525
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Originally Posted by 62ohm View Post

Hi Peter,

How do you find the comfort of the B&O H6 compared to the T51p? And does the H6 have big/bloated bass? In your review you stated that some may find the H6 to be bass-lite, but in terms of quantity, does it have more/less bass than say, HD800? Thanks.

Honestly, both are outstanding. Pretty much the same IMO. The H6 certainly doesn't have bass bloat. Some might critique it for being a bit bass lite. I actually liked the h6's bass presentation. (Similar presentation to the hd800's bass).

 

Then I guess I'm going to like the H6 :D I don't want anything with bloated bass.

post #2286 of 2525
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Then I guess I'm going to like the H6 biggrin.gif  I don't want anything with bloated bass.

I think you'll like them then. I certainly did.
post #2287 of 2525
Same here! Very comfy headphone as well!
post #2288 of 2525
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 V Modas are a bit too big for portable headphones.

 

The M100 is too big for a portable headphone? But the NAD Viso HP50, B&W P7, MDR-10RNC, PSB M4U 2, AKG K545, DNA Pro, Beats Executive, Beats Studio 2013, UE9000 are all here no problem right? despite being similar in size or in some cases even larger. I said full size but they are a bit small for that.

 

Having owned the Momentums I might even argue it is less portable than M100 because it doesnt fold and has a huge bulky case, even if the footprint of the headphone might be slighlty smaller (certainly lighter).

 

Makes no sense to me.

 

Anyway. OP's decision is OP's decision. I still very much appreciate the comparisons. Ty.

post #2289 of 2525
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Originally Posted by Blinxat View Post

The M100 is too big for a portable headphone? But the NAD Viso HP50, B&W P7, MDR-10RNC, PSB M4U 2, AKG K545, DNA Pro, Beats Executive, Beats Studio 2013, UE9000 are all here no problem right? despite being similar in size or in some cases even larger. I said full size but they are a bit small for that.

Having owned the Momentums I might even argue it is less portable than M100 because it doesnt fold and has a huge bulky case, even if the footprint of the headphone might be slighlty smaller (certainly lighter).

Makes no sense to me.

Anyway. OP's decision is OP's decision. I still very much appreciate the comparisons. Ty.

Look at that huge carrying case. Large and thick. The other headphones you mentioned all fold up pretty well. The M100s don't and aren't that portable.

But I suppose if anyone wants to loan me a pair, I'd be happy to add them to the listing. But I have zero interest in spending my $ on them.
Edited by MacedonianHero - 7/20/14 at 5:59am
post #2290 of 2525
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Look at that huge carrying case. Large and thick. The other headphones you mentioned all fold up pretty well. The M100s don't and aren't that portable.
 

 

Are you mistaking M100 for LP headphone?

 

The M100 folds and has a small case.

 

post #2291 of 2525
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But I suppose if anyone wants to loan me a pair, I'd be happy to add them to the listing.

 

Ok cool, might do that when I have enough other headphones around :)

post #2292 of 2525
I have to say M100 is pretty much the same as the P7 in terms of portability.... in fact V moda provides a hook which u can hook onto your bag...hmmm
post #2293 of 2525
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I have to say M100 is pretty much the same as the P7 in terms of portability.... in fact V moda provides a hook which u can hook onto your bag...hmmm

And that's the biggest reason I sold the P7s. wink.gif
No reason to repeat that error.
post #2294 of 2525

Your comparison led me to buy the NAD HP50 in red and it was the best decision ever.
:darthsmile: Though i don't know about wearing them out because of that boxy headband, but it is really comfy.

post #2295 of 2525
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Your comparison led me to buy the NAD HP50 in red and it was the best decision ever.
darthsmile.gif  Though i don't know about wearing them out because of that boxy headband, but it is really comfy.

Agreed! The headband is kind of awkward when worn
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