i dont listen to jazz, i play jazz (seriously)
i pretty much listen to every genre there is out there (exept radio mainstreamish pop and rap songs, neither that crappy thing people call as "reggaeton" or "rancheras"), but wanted to give a general idea of what suits my ears.
the m-100 seem like a really good choice not only because im upgrading from dj headphones for music (HDJ-1000) but also because they seem to be the perfect headphones when it comes to "on the go" headphones. there is something that still concerns me, even tho in v-moda's webpage they describe this on the headphones (copy/pasted from official webage)
Clean Deep Bass… precise cross-range resolution to hear everything that's really there, without bottom-heavy boom and muddy mid-range
but i've read alot of reviews talking about the mids being "muddy, not bad but still muddy"... i honestly dont know what "muddy" means but that concers me because i like to hear my mids... alot. if they do sound even more than the highs then im OK, but please explain me that, and in the buying guide, the writer wrote this about the m-100: (also copy/pasted)
The M-100's mids are detailed, if not just somewhat subdued with its framing between the prominent bass on the one side, and the soaring treble on the other. Imaging is surprisingly spacious for a closed headphone whose drivers don't appear to me to be at all canted at an angle, like we see on so many headphones today.
.... ._. <--- (my face)
i got no clue of what does he mean, could you explain me that? so, does it mean the mids are covered all over with the bass and treble sounds??
Edited by TegraStorm - 1/8/14 at 11:56am