V-MODA Crossfade LP2 3,5 mm Binaurale Diadema Negro auricular con micrófono - Auriculares con micrófono (PC/Juegos, Binaurale, Diadema, Negro, Alámbrico, Circumaural)
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3.5 mm connector: Si
Color del producto: Negro
Conectar y usar (Plug and Play): Si
Frecuencia de auricular: 5 - 30000 Hz
Obstrucción: 32 Ω
Peso: 260 g
Sensibilidad de auricular: 105 dB
Sensibilidad de micrófono: -42 dB
Sistema acústico: Cerrado
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de auricular: Binaurale
Utilizar con: PC/Juegos
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Now that we got that out of the way, here's everything else: aka, the good. I just wanna start by saying that the sound quality is very good at low volumes. And when you turn the volume up to wear it's decently loud in your ears, that's when things change. These headphones take a turn for the best at high volumes. Right when I cranked the volume up on these, I was surprised at how I experienced my music. It was almost as i'd never experienced music until I got these. Sound quality is AMAZING.
Others might say that these feel a little heavy. I would honestly disagree. I think they feel great in my hands, it feels like I'm holding an actual pair of REAL headphones, not just some cheap ripoff. These feel sturdy and built to last.
How comfortable are these? Well, the ear cups have memory foam on them. When you press them in with your finger, they feel extremely pleasant. The headband may feel a bit hard to the touch, but it's really not. When you put these on your head, you enter a new world or comfort. These headphones feel snug, while not squeezing your head too tight. I even shook my head around while wearing these and they didn't slide around at all.
Now for build quality. These are made of metal. That should be enough. These are TOUGH. I mean, those military tests they did, are true. I bent mine flat, and no damage was done. The only problem with it I have is the metal pieces that hold the earcups on the sides. I dropped them once, from about 3-4' off the ground and one of those metal things came out, and it was really difficult to put it back on. But that shouldn't be a problem for anybody.
Sound Quality: 9/10
Build Quality: 9.5/10
Sound isolation: 4/10
Overall, these are amazing headphones. You should only consider not getting them if:
1. You don't have the money
2. You have big ears or big ear lobes
3. You want headphones that don't leak sound
4. You don't like the way these look.
One more thing, these headphones look GREAT; if I haven't said that before. But yeah, those hexagon shaped cups do no justice to people with big ear lobes.
At a first glance, the V-MODA's are beautiful looking. They have a solid build quality, detachable mic, nice pads and a sleek black finish. The carrying case looks nice as well and like it'll actually be useful. They were a bit uncomfortable at first (especially since I was coming from one of the world's most comfortable cans, lol) but they got significantly better with time. Now for the sound;
The sound was definitely not bad, nor was it exaggerated in any part of the sound spectrum. At best I could describe them to have a slight v shaped signature. While the sound was good, and the bass was greater than my AT's, I couldn't justify spending $170 for something that only had slightly better bass than my Audio Technica's. The highs weren't better, the mids weren't satisfying, and the bass wasn't mind-blowing. I did try EQ'ing the bass up further with my soundcard and it DID satisfy my bass needs but it ended up drowning out the mids and a bit of the highs.
I ended up returning them, which by the way is a REALLY easy process with Amazon. Maybe I'm a bigger basshead than I thought, or maybe my ears are just damaged from when I played my music so loudly throughout my teenhood. I might be expecting too much from headphones in general.