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    I got my V-Moda Crossfade M100 (shadow black) today. I'm so impressed. Sound, build, comfort, and everything else that comes with it.

    I also ordered an extra pair of shields and had V-Moda laser engrave my logos.





    "Nicadraus" logo on one side


    "Works1200" logo on the other side






    The M100 is the 2013 DJ headphones of the year. It also comes with 2 sets of kevlar cables. You can plug the cable at either sides. The hard case is really compact and looks like an alien egg. Very clever design.



    Any other V-Moda users here?
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    How big are they in comparison to the HD-25? I really like the look of those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicadraus View Post
    Any other V-Moda users here?
    You can push them so loud they start vibrating on your head and they will still sound okay after
    Also super pleased with them all round

    EDIT: I have crossfade LPs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    How big are they in comparison to the HD-25? I really like the look of those.
    Not very much difference in size compared to the Sennheiser HD-25. But my ears fit perfectly in the ear cups as they won't in the HD-25.

    I've been a Sennheiser user since 1998 and have 4 pairs. Last two sets are HD-280 Pro which I loved using. I was about to upgrade to HD-25 but after some research, I learned about V-Moda and placed my order on this. I'm really glad I did the crossover from Sennheiser to V-Moda. I'm very much happy with it.


    Quote Originally Posted by MyUsername View Post
    You can push them so loud they start vibrating on your head and they will still sound okay after
    Also super pleased with them all round

    EDIT: I have crossfade LPs
    I've tried my friend's LP2 and sounds good as well but it lacks a little bass in my opinion especially when used for DJing. But still, sound quality is superb.
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    Technics SL-1200 MK3D x 3 + Ecler Nuo 4 + Pioneer DJM-250 + V-Moda M100 + Sennheiser HD280 Pro
    Alesis RA-300 + KRK ST8 + Jamo Sub200 + MGM Studio HT-3D 8" powered sub

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    The LP2 lacks bass!?!

    V-moda user here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by William Gibson View Post
    The LP2 lacks bass!?!

    V-moda user here...
    Yes compared to the M100, it does lack a little bass to me.
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    Alesis RA-300 + KRK ST8 + Jamo Sub200 + MGM Studio HT-3D 8" powered sub

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    Isn't the LP2 known to be a little too bass heavy, especially for anything other than DJing?

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    That's class! How much did you pay for that?

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    Have a large glass of water and a wank. Problem solved.

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    LOVE my crossfade lps. I would never want push them all the way, they go way to loud!!

    I need to get some shields though.

    I have noticed that they are not good for extended use, they get slightly uncomfortable.

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    Kind of wish I purchased these instead of HD-25's.

    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Have a large glass of water and a wank. Problem solved.

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