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Help! V moda lps,too much bass?

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Hello i am not an audiophile first of all, but i do like music. One problem i am facing is that i really want the v moda crossfade lp- the white version because i think it looks amazing (i like stylistic headphones) anyways, i only habe the ue6000 s to compare but, would you giys recommend the v moda crossfade lp's, i have ueard they get significantly better after a long burn in. In terms of sound, i have honestly felt the ue 6000s to be a little bass-light n it's passive mode. In its active mode, the bass is just a tad bit weaker than my preferable amount, just a tad bit. I however, dont like the sound of the ue 6000 s in their active mode because the treble and mids get slghtly recessed. Would the v-moda crossfade lps have a good sound quality for me? Im not an audiophile, but yes, i really like the price and style of the v modas and do not want any alternatives. So, would the v modas be too bass heavy or light for me, also, do the v modas totally bleed into the trebles and mids as to be unbearble or will that problem be fixed with the help of a long burn in? Thanks!


Ps. For the short summary: v modas- do they have too much bass and therefore recessed mids and highs? If it does, will the bass become controlled after a nice burn-in. I love bass but i domt particularly want super unrelenting bass that kinda drowns out the mids and highs. Something bassy, warm, and fun, is my preference over neutral.
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Hi, I owned the lp for a little while before pursuing them on to a friend. I kind of want them again! I am not a bass head but my friend is. However we both like them. I looked the presentation of the mid bit the treble and upper MIDs were Somewhat recessed comparatively. But I didn't find them objectionable in presentation as I did the Sony xb500 and aiaiai tma-1.

However I enjoyed them straight out of my regular headphone out. Amping them with the fiio e07k made them toooooo bassy. So perhaps that's where they get their bass name from.
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