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Subpac M2 wearable bass system review

The biggest problem with big subs is that they disturb everyone around you. If you live alone in a house, a subwoofer makes sense (at least during the day). But if you have others living with you or if you live in apartment, bass can be a problem. Only being able to use your expensive home theater system during the middle of the day on days off sucks!The Subpac is an interesting product that aims to solve that issue. While a subwoofer uses a speaker cone to fire bass everywhere, the SubPac...

V-MODA Crossfade M-100 Headphones - White Silver

Product Overview "No other headphone can touch the M-100's combination of features, build quality, and sound for the money" - CNETOVER-EAR . CLIQFOLD . 3D HEADPHONESWHY THE CROSSFADE M-100?• #1 Trusted Sound• 3D Printed Metal + Fiber Personalization• Military-level Durability• Six Star Service#1 TRUSTED SOUND & COMFORT• Immersive 3D Soundstage - Live performance experiences. • Clean Deep Bass - Feel and hear precise vibrations of your music without bloated boom or muddy mids. • Ultra Wide...

Review: V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless – Versatile

Disclaimer: The V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless was shipped to us by V-Moda, with an additional BoomPro Microphone. The price of the V-Moda Crossfade 2 is set at 330$ USD and the mic costs 30$ USD.INTROBack then, when I started to put some interest into this hobby, one of the headphones that caught my eye was the Crossfade M80. It was my first love and I wanted it so much at the time, but never had a chance to listen to it. Years later as a reviewer, I get my hands on the Crossfade 2...

Crossfade M100

back to V-MODAback to measurementshomeNO SMOOTHING is applied to the shown plots. Most measurement sites have some smoothing applied which ‘irons flat’ sharp peaks and ‘wiggles’. I do not use smoothing because some info about sound quality is lost when plots are smoothed.Aside from a small correction of the microphone itself also some correction in the lowest frequencies is applied to the plots to compensate for the perceived loss of bass when using headphones. This is described HERE in more...