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V-MODA Headphones Review - The Ultimate Choice For Audiophiles

Italian design meets Japanese engineering. We take a look at the new V-MODA range of headphones and see why these are quickly becoming the world’s best over ear headphones for studio owners, producers and music fans alike in our complete V-MODA headphones review.Why settle for a set of “good headphones” when you can get your hands (and ears) on a set of V-MODA headphones - the ultimate pairing of superior sound quality and high fashion sensibilities? If you value the way your music sounds and...

V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless review: My new favorite headphones

V-Moda's excellent Crossfade 2 Wireless headphones sound fantastic and are super comfortable, but the price tag may rattle you.Headphone preference is almost as contentious and divisive as the phones they connect to. But one thing that isn't up for dispute is the proliferation, often by necessity, of the "hi-fi" Bluetooth headphone.V-Moda isn't a particularly well-known brand, but it's been around for just over a decade. The company, like many others in the space, began building earbuds and...

V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless review: the everything headphones

I have a confession to make, but it’s not about me, it’s about you. You’re terrible at buying headphones. The typical list of demands when someone asks me for headphone advice is tantamount to wanting a Ferrari with great gas mileage, tons of luggage space, and the price of a second-hand Trabant. There’s nothing you don’t want, no scenario you’re willing to compromise on, and you’re not particularly keen to spend a lot. I understand this, because I’m often the same way, but some of these...

V-Moda Crossfade II Wireless review

In movie nomenclature, the word “sequel” is often associated with an unabashed grasp for cash as studios look to parlay a successful property into a second payday (or third, or fourth, or fifth). Even in the age of the mega franchise, the prevailing theory is that few — if any — cinematic follow-ups can reach the same heights as the original that inspired them.In the audio world, it’s a much different scenario. A second take is a chance for a monetary reprise, yes, but also for improvement...