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V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone (Matte Black) (OLD MODEL) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Two 50 mm dual-diaphragm drivers for extended supernatural sound
- Exoskeleton case
- Detachable Kevlar reinforced 3-button audio and mic cable + pro audio/DJ cable
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|Color||Black||Matte Black||Gunmetal Black||Black||Black||White|
|Item Dimensions||4.4 x 7.13 x 9.45 in||4.4 x 7.1 x 9.4 in||11 x 8.5 x 3 in||7.04 x 4.5 x 9.5 in||—||9.45 x 7.13 x 4.4 in|
|Item Weight||—||1.8 ounces||0.65 lb||2.5 lbs||1.07 lbs||1.8 lbs|
|Additional Features||universal-phone-control||volume-control||wireless, noise-isolation||foldable||lightweight||lightweight|
The V-MODA Crossfade LP2 with color shields has been masterfully tuned over four years with over 50 musicians, DJs, and producers.
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How these headphones perform listening to music: These headphones are awesome, they bring out the details. I threw everything at them I could. I took them through some classic rock, electronic, hip-hop, and classical. They brought stunning clarity and detail that is impressive. Being a bass guitar player, I bought the LP2's over the LP's for that extra bass kick. With other headphones, the bass guitar gets lost against the other instruments, but with these, the bass guitar comes through which is important to me because I need to pick out those subtle details to play them on stage at my church. I had other people listen to music through these and they could hear an obvious difference as well.
How these headphones perform on stage: These headphones isolate a lot of the background noise that comes with playing live. I can barely hear the other instruments and I can't hear the congregation singing either. I hear the exact mix that I put in through my Aviom. These headphones are powerful, whenever I hit the low B on my five string, these headphones vibrate my brain.
The other stuff: These headphones look classy. They are light and comfortable, which is important because I am playing for a couple of hours at a time. I love the fact that you can remove the cord, the cord is typically the weakest point of any headphone. In the event that the cord fails, you can just get a new cord and be fine. The cords are made out of Kevlar, being in the Marines, I trusted my life with Kevlar. I did have one problem with the headphones, when I was changing out the shield from the matte black to the included gun-metal shield, the right cup came off. That was an easy fix though, I just unscrewed the mount with the included allen wrench and put it right back on.
Pros: Sturdy build
unmatched clarity in music playback
light and comfortable
included mic cord for cellphone use
noise isolation works great, especially on stage
Cons: I hate hex head screws and allen wrenches (which is what these headphones use)
I can't wear these to work.
Awesome. What else is there to say? So many nice details, and the extras (like the case) are a major plus.
It's a metal build, very sturdy, and the kevlar cables feel strong. It's got a nice heft to it.
These are semi-open headphones, you can tell because if your put your hands over the earcups, it muffles the sound.
I have an average, if not below average sized head (I am a teenage student). It feels like it squeezes my head a little, the pads are nice. I'm hoping it breaks in better.
Now for the complicated stuff. The bass is very present. For the types of music I typically listen to (rock, indie rock, alternative, progressive, etc.), the bass feels like it almost over powers the mids, and guitars. An excellent example is The Stroke's Reptilia, the bass riff kinda muffles Julian's voice and the intricate guitar-ing. The sound of these headphones are pretty good for something like Daft Punk's Get Lucky, and pretty much most electronic music. The highs aren't piercing, and it seems fine to me. The bass doesn't come near to muffling the highs. Female voices are prominent and powerful. The sound stage is much more roomier than what I'm used to, which is fine. Overall, music is very clear and detailed, and all of the instruments in a song are present. The bass seem to get into the space of the mids, but doesn't totally destroy it. If you like electronic, or anything relating to that genre, these are perfect. I'm hoping that after maybe a week of burn in, the bass will sort itself out. I am keeping these headphones, since they are pretty fun to listen to, and how could you go wrong with an awesome case?!