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V-Moda M100 vs Yamaha Pro 500

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I'm stuck between these two, I owned the M100 before but thinking of rebuying. I want big Bass, lively and musical with good build quality. Sound has to have clarity but the bass needs to be massive lol
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Anyone?
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Between those two, I would pick the Pro 500s if only taking sound into consideration... but if you enjoy the design of the M100s, or if you found the M100s to be comfortable already, etc.then stick with those. The Yammies are HUGE and to me they were not the most comfortable.

 

Review in my sig.

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Do the Pro500 have a good build? Durability is a big factor for me especally problems with cracking. The only thing that worries me about the pro500 is the shiny plastic scratching. I'll check your review tonight cheers.
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Do the Pro500 have a good build? Durability is a big factor for me especally problems with cracking. The only thing that worries me about the pro500 is the shiny plastic scratching. I'll check your review tonight cheers.

 

The M100 is probably more durable (with the exception of earcups and wingtips cracking) and VModa's customer service, according to what I've read, seems to be top-notch (if bought new from them or their official retailers). The Yamaha's would probably suffer from the same cracks as their copied Beats but I couldn't tell you as I didn't experience anything like that. They look well built and feel sturdy enough.

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also consider the Yamaha 400, which I think is much better than the 500. I've written extensively about it on here

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Is the pro 400 a fun sounding headphone?
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