V-MODA’s Crossfade LP and the audio conspiracy

by Mark R

We have reported on V-MODA’s Crossfire LP headphones before, and I finally got a chance to try them out for myself.

So how do headphones with a patent pending 50mm Dual-Diaphragm High-Definition Driver feel? Heavy and loud. Anytime you can get cushioned cans on your head, you should take it, but they tend to weigh down on my ears after a while.

Of course, it really is difficult for me to do a headphones review. What am I supposed to say, they are loud? I am a writer, not a radio announcer. Even then, could I show an audio sample without it being filtered through your source of audio?

Therein lies the dilemma. Yea, I would say that it is almost an audio conspiracy. I have noticed that there are a lot of high-end headphones that cost a lot money, and there isn’t really a way for you to tell how good they are unless you buy them for yourself. At least these headphones are better than earbuds.

Personally, I think the V-moda headphones are worth it for the quality sound, and because they have the Kevlar reinforced cable that is very long (69 inch stereo audio and 36 inch remote/mic cable). All audio conspiracies aside, the V-Moda Crossfade LP are at $199.99 here, and you can even customize them.

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