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This review is from: V-Moda Crossfade M-80 On-Ear Noise -Isolating Metal Headphone - White Pearl
Pros: Excellent balanced sound with good solid bass. good highs and mids as well. nothing is drowned out because the bass is solid and tight. it is not like the beats headphones where the bass is all over the place, it's nice and tamed. the bass does what it is supposed to and that is flow with the song and not completely dominate it. vocals were quiet clear and crisp and very prominent. the mids are just right while the highs are good, everything can be heard in my music now and no more hissing when artists utter a word beginning with S, LOL. I can laugh now but that used to be annoying on other headphones. the headphones are also small. I hate to keep mentioning beats but they're popular. These headphones are much smaller than the beats solo, feel much sturdier (its made of metal and kevlar which houses the cable and tough plastic. I think kevlar is used in bullet proof vests) the headphones are also very comfortable.
Cons: pricey but thats what you pay for quality
the position that the cable connects to the headphones is a bit odd. i wish it was placed a little further up instead of the bottom edge. this gets in the way sometimes. this is a minor complaint and others shouldnt really worry about it.
Other Thoughts: i would recommend this headphone to just about anyoneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: These sound great. I was skeptical at first because bluetooth headsets are normally not on par with traditional wired headsets. After using these for a week and comparing it to other wired headsets all I can say is wow. It's balanced, crystal clear and powerful. They're very loud (if you have the right music player especially when on a mobile device). Highs and mids are clear, bass never over powers anything else and still remains powerful. There is also no muddyness at all. I can't really comment on battery life since the longest I've ever used them for was about two and a half hours. They are rated at 8 hours I think. They are also very light, though not light enough for you to forget that they are there, which is a good thing. They also feel sturdy enough
Cons: range is not that long, i would say around a little over 8 feet which is close to the 10 meters that it is rated at.
The headphones don't come with their own charging brick/puck. They only come with a usb to its own proprietary charger. I guess if you have a spare charging brick that supports mini or micro usb cables lying around you should be fine.
Very hard to find information about it such as specs.
Other Thoughts: Remember that these headsets aren't water resistant, so sweat may damage them. (Not much info out there for these so i hope im helping a bit)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: they sounded ok. but only ok. highs and mids are ok.
Cons: The headsets at the time i baught them normally retailed for about $89 but I saw the heasdsets on sale for $24.99 and thought that this is a great deal so I bought them. After about two weeks of owning them (since I was giving it a long enough burn in period) I concluded that the sound was only average at best as bass was not that strong and the music had a sort of hollow sound to them. Thankfully my pair of altec bliss platinum that was lost in the mail was reimbursed and arrived shortly after so I put the meelectronics back in their storage container and placed it on a shelf. I then took them out one day and the left ear tip just fell out of place; it just popped off.
Other Thoughts: My advice to you the customer is that until this company starts using quality material to make their products last since the things were is so exspensive don't buy. look at some other brands.READ FULL REVIEW