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If it is with the space that the headphone would make in the backpack, would not an IEM be better?
That should answer your question.
The V Modas are a lot of fun if you want bass . I also found them fairly comfortable too.
Grandpa Brent my partner, taking advantage of this topic tell me, have you ever tested the Beoplay H6 ? I would like to see a comparison between it and the V-Fashion Crossfade M-100.
Sorry have not heard them.
So let's talk about V-Moda anyway, do you think it has a very serious bass that overlaps the other frequencies? And how does it behave with slower, melodious songs like classical and jazz ?
You filthy theifing thread hijacker!
Im kidding, I'd love to hear the answer for that too.
HEHE, you're right, I'm tired of focusing on a specific topic , but the dear @buke9 will not respond, he's tired of helping me thanks to my indecision and the many questions I've asked him last months, but honestly I would not buy a headphone just because of the portability, for me the sound is the most important, so I think you could take another look at ATH-MSR7, I have never used both but I believe it is better than the V-Moda.
Thank you for your insight, I absolutely agree with what you said about aound vs. portability, but I think the V-moda will satisfy me regarding sound quality
No I don’t think the V-Modas step too hard on the other frequencies but they are bass heavy headphones and you can’t have a headphone that is that bass heavy that does everything great.