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Klipsch Mode M40 Mode Headphones - Copper/Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 40mm woofer provides deep bass and dynamic midrange with active crossover
- 15mm tweeter brings crisp, clean highs
- 45 hours of noise-cancelling capability on a single battery
- 2 detachable, Hi-Fi inspired cables fit any device with a 3.5 mm headphone jack
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Klipsch Status Black Headphone B00FIXBZQM
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|Color||copper/black||Black||Silver and Charcoal||Fully integrated electronics-no external modules needed|
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|Dimensions||9 inches x 7.1 inches x 4 inches||8.03 inches x 6.7 inches x 4 inches||10 inches x 9 inches x 5 inches||11 inches x 8.2 inches x 2.5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.78 pounds||1.1 pounds||2.2 pounds||1.05 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
Klipsch Mode M40 Noise-Canceling HeadphonesMeaning manner, tone, measure, style. Mode refers to how something is achieved, and in the instance of Klipsch Mode M40 Noise Canceling Headphones, the consensus is masterfully. From premium materials to uncompromising sonic fidelity, M40 headphones establish a lofty standard of listening.
Surrounded By Style.
First Class. No Matter Where You Sit
Capable of delivering up to 45 hours of uninterrupted, active noise canceling, the headphones continue to deliver high-quality sound without ANC, should the batteries fade. And since the M40 headphones don’t rely on excessive EQ to produce its sweet sound, it still sounds great without the ANC turned on.
With a 15mm tweeter delivering crisp, clean highs and a 40mm woofer to dole out the bass, and passive crossover to perfectly blend in the mids, feel free to lay your head back for the experience.
Of Course There's More
Additionaly, two detachable Hi-Fi inspired cables that fit any device with a 3.5 mm headphone jack are included with the headphone: one high-end stereo cloth cable w/three-button Apple remote along with a stereo cloth cable sans remote. Also included are handy airline and 1/4 inch adaptors, micro USB charging cable and includes a 2-year warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
These headphones are gorgeous! When I opened them for the first time, I was pleasantly surprised with how they looked. They are of a coppery color with a slight red hue. They look astounding! They are very Sturdy, and could probably withstand some damage before breaking, though I wouldn't dare think of risking it with these headphones.
These headphones also have the ability to fold up. Which makes them a lot more portable than many other full sized headphones.
5/5 Style (They are classy, not eye popping)
5/5 Strength (While I haven't dropped these yet, I'm not too worried about doing so.)
5/5 Foldability (While these can't fit into your pocket, the ability to reduce their size can be very handy.)
One of the things I noticed with these headphones when I opened them were, "Wow, these are kind of heavy!" Yes, you will most likely notice this as well, because they are heavier than most would think if this is one's first "nice" headset.
When you put it on, you will also notice how wonderful the ear pads (Which are memory foam) are. They fit nicely over the ear, and produce a nice passive noise canceling from the sound outside. These headphones do this without performing a death grip on the head, but bear in mind that the headphones that do this, tend to have a stronger passive noise canceling. Also, prolonged listening will cause one's ears to become warm, which also may deter some.Read more ›
I am wearing these things during the day at work, and I like to wear headphones literally all day, in the 5 - 7 hour range, but after about an hour, I have to give myself a break, because I actually begin to feel pain. I'm not really sure how long I can keep this up before I sell them and get another pair. The ear cups also articulate, and you would think that would help with the comfort, since they will position around your ear at almost any angle. That makes little difference though when your head is getting squeezed.
So, enough about the discomfort for now. I can say, that yes, the sound quality is really good, and has even improved since I broke them in. People recommended about 40-50 hours of use to really get them sounding great, so I just left them plugged into my computer for a couple nights in a row while my songs kept playing. Very crisp, dynamic sound, it really is a shame about how uncomfortable they are.
Noise cancellation: I cannot say much on this yet, I will update this review in a few weeks.Read more ›
Not acceptable, I am contacting Klipsch to see what they can do in terms of fixing or replacing them, and will update my review when I find out.
EDIT: I got a new pair of the M40's, figured it was a fluke and I would try again. Less than a month and the noise canceling function has stopped on my SECOND PAIR. I wish I could give this negative stars, I am beyond furious.
FIrst things that jump out at me:
1) the size of the earcups is noticeably smaller on the Klipsch (attaching a photo under customer photos). While I have a pretty huge head and probably proportionally large ears, this is something that REALLY stands out. With the bose, the earcups go all the way around the pinna (fleshy part) of my ear. With the Klipsch, they don't quite make it; just kind of sit on top. Hopefully that'll change in time and the Klipsch will loosen up, but right now, and I hate to say this as I am a huge Klipsch fan (have Klipsch home surround sound, etc), I have to give the comfort rating to Bose.
2) The sound is noticeably better with the Klipsch, even right out of the box. I've got a trippy ambient music track that I listened to with both (the track covers a wide range of frequencies), and the Klipsch blow you away compared to the Bose. The Bose sound great - don't get me wrong, but the Klipsch are a level above with both the power of the sound and clarity of fine detail.
3) there is no real difference in noise canceling ability. I tested this 10 times, setting down one set and putting on the other. With the Bose, it's interesting in that you get this "whoa... it's really quiet" sensation when you turn on the noise canceling. You don't get that with the Klipsch (instead, you get this very faint white noise in the background).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not the most comfortable, but great sound, I had originally bought the noise cancelling headphones but the noise cancelling part died after 6 months. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Tom Williams
Took excellent care of them. Foam from ear cup started to come out. For that price....? Give me a break. Same problem as many.... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dimitas
Holy Freakin-Crap balls Batman! These things are amazing!! I owned a pair of Beats before this that were junk, total junk. So I wanted to upgrade. I looked around and found these. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sandra J.
In spite of initial reviews I read here, I made this purchase 9 months ago. As the owner of a pair of Klipsch K2 speakers, I decided to give them the benefit of the doubt anyway. Read morePublished 3 months ago by TSSN
They are good headphones, good noise canceling, but on a long flight they really hurt my ears, I swear I don't have big ears, and also this may sound funny but my ears get really... Read morePublished 5 months ago by brady
I bought my M40 headphones in October 2012 for around $250. I used them for listening to music while flying. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael Bradburn
The sound is great. The only thing is that it's really really tight on your head.Published 8 months ago by Tina Lundquist
The earpads came unglued after 1.5 years. The yellow foam is exposed on both earpads. Otherwise these are great headphonesPublished 9 months ago by snolramo
I did really like them. They did seem too tight on the head and would get uncomfortable after wearing for more than an hour or so. Read morePublished 9 months ago by P.T.