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V-moda XS vs V-moda Crossfade M100??

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Hey guys, between V-moda XS and M100, which one would you recommend? I'm a girl and I need a nice looking headphone with good bass & good overall sound quality. I listen to R&B for like 6/10 of my time, the rest I listen to other genres such as Electro, Acoustic, Pop ballad.

 

Does the XS have quite strong bass and would that much satisfy me? The bass is not necessary to be too punchy, but at least I know the bass is there to satisfy for those bassy songs.

 

How would the M100 sound like for Acoustic and Pop ballad and would it look too bulky on my head?

 

Are there any other optional headphones that have strong bass, good overall sound quality without being muddy and of course decent design? Please advice me. Thank you!!!

post #2 of 5

Theres also the yamaha pro 500

http://www.head-fi.org/t/653626/yamaha-hph-pro-500-review

http://www.head-fi.org/products/yamaha-pro-500

http://www.head-fi.org/t/628488/yamaha-pro-headphones

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As a owner of both the m100 and xs, I would say the m100 would be your best bet because it has more bass than the xs. The xs are good but not bassy like you would expect. To get an idea of both headphones, I'll compare them to car stereos. The xs are like speakers that have great highs and mids and bass you can hear but feel a little; the m100 are like speakers that have great highs and good mids and bass you can hear and feel.

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Although obviously larger than the XS the M-100 is still very discrete, particularly the matte black version. They also sound fantastic.
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The m100 would be better of those two, which you would expect given the price difference. Also take a look at the Momentum On Ears, which are smaller, very comfy and plenty (and I do mean plenty) of bass. And more treble than the m100 which gives it a more energetic and very suitable portable headphone, color options are neat too.
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