Head Gear Reviews by roma101
  1. V-MODA Forza Metallo

    4.00 star(s)
    The following is the review I wrote for the V-MODA Forza Sport Hybrid In-Ear IEM, and I will leave it here as much of it applies to the tee for the Forza Metallo as well. After I picked up the Forza Sport, upon loving them so much, I decided to get the Forza Metallo as well and make the family complete. While I use the Forza Sport for working out, I use the Metallo to wear with my suits and other attire on the go. Below I have gone over the fit, comfort and SQ of both -- the only differences between the Sport and Metallo is that the Metallo's housing...
  2. V-MODA Crossfade Wireless

    5.00 star(s)
    Just recently received the V-MODA Crossfade Wireless and I got to say, I think the team at V-MODA hit this one out of the park. Just a little on my background -- I have owned the M-80 (which I have since gifted), and I own the XS as well as the M-100 so I have a sense of the V-MODA house sound. I also have owned a bunch of other portable headphones (you can check my profile to see which ones), mostly because I appreciate a lot of different sound signatures and certain unique characteristics of each headphone I own. Which could also mean I can't make...
  3. V-MODA XS

    5.00 star(s)
    The XS is one of the most portable, best-built and packaged headphones you can find on the market today. Not to mention, it is the smallest headphone I've encountered that packs the biggest sound that is also incredibly balanced and neutral compared to many headphones out there. I thought the M-80, its predecessor, was amazing when it came out a couple years back, but I'm in awe at how much V-MODA was able to improve an already great headphone in basically every category. Ergonomics and aesthetics: The XS is extremely lightweight and more...
  4. RHA SA950i

    3.00 star(s)
    Hey guys, so I recently had the pleasure of receiving a review sample of the recently released RHA SA950i (can be found at Apple stores and online for only $60) and wanted to share my thoughts on this can. Here are some impressions:   Bass: Starting with the low end, these give a nice tight bass response without being overpowering at all. Plenty of punch, impact, and decent extension/articulation also. Not on the level of a DT 1350 extension-wise, but for a can that cost 5x less, I was pretty impressed with the SA950i and how they do quite a...