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post #16 of 24
Could I bend the headband inward a little bit so it can stay closer to my ears?
post #17 of 24
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Originally Posted by HardstyleLoco96 View Post

Could I bend the headband inward a little bit so it can stay closer to my ears?

Yes you can though with the XS shouldn't they be close already ?

post #18 of 24
They say the reason of lack of sub bass is because of the less clamping force, but if you bend the headband in ward there should be a little more clamp which results to the headphones being closer to your ears and you get more sub bass and mid bass punch. You just dont bend the headband inward to much untill it goes back like the m80 where it gets uncomfortable after a hour.
post #19 of 24
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I just got these today and my first impressions is the vocals are more upfront and while it is lacking in sub bass I think the Mid bass is more err punchy in general then the M-100 

 

 

When i first got the box i was in shock how light these were compared to the M-100's and how small these are even when you un-fold them 


Edited by Closingracer - 4/27/14 at 8:10pm
post #20 of 24
Have you gotten a chance to try them with EDM?
post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by Dragonzeanse View Post
 

You mean besides the obligatory physical differences? The sound isn't much different, to be honest. The M-100s are basically a larger M-80 and the XS are basically a refined M-80.

even though this is an old post i figured i'd answer anyway. i'm sorry this is not the case, i owned both the xs and the m100s 

 

here is my soundquality comparison. they are not  the same. not even close unfortunately. i also have individual reviews on my channel of both of these respective headphones so check those out if you want a more indepth sound/overall review

 

post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by Tom22 View Post
 

even though this is an old post i figured i'd answer anyway. i'm sorry this is not the case, i owned both the xs and the m100s 

 

here is my soundquality comparison. they are not  the same. not even close unfortunately. i also have individual reviews on my channel of both of these respective headphones so check those out if you want a more indepth sound/overall review

 


Was comparing the M-100s and the XS to the M-80s, not the XS to the M-100s.

 

That said, I don't think it's as far removed from the M-100 as you think it is. The XS are more bassy, and possess more sparkle, but that's about it. My comment on "refined M-80" stands.


Of course, I haven't listened to them, so I'll yield.


Edited by Dragonzeanse - 6/10/14 at 8:58pm
post #23 of 24
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Was comparing the M-100s and the XS to the M-80s, not the XS to the M-100s.

 

That said, I don't think it's as far removed from the M-100 as you think it is. The XS are more bassy, and possess more sparkle, but that's about it. My comment on "refined M-80" stands.


Of course, I haven't listened to them, so I'll yield.

a few of us over at the xs thread really questioned that graph to be quite honest. i really did not feel the xs had that much more bass than the m100s. its quite a substantial boost. theres a few other quibbles that look off to me.  it really wasn't anything like what i and a few of us heard. a few of us own the m100s along with the xs.

 

some had the m80s and the xs and the m100s so its all really speculations at this point

 

now i don't claim to be an expert at interpreting graphs but what i do know is what i hear, and than the xs is a more balenced animal than the m100s as a whole with a bump in the bass.

post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by Tom22 View Post
 

a few of us over at the xs thread really questioned that graph to be quite honest. i really did not feel the xs had that much more bass than the m100s. its quite a substantial boost. theres a few other quibbles that look off to me.  it really wasn't anything like what i and a few of us heard. a few of us own the m100s along with the xs.

 

some had the m80s and the xs and the m100s so its all really speculations at this point

 

now i don't claim to be an expert at interpreting graphs but what i do know is what i hear, and than the xs is a more balenced animal than the m100s as a whole with a bump in the bass.


Interesting. I'll keep that in mind next time I recommend a portable.

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