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The V-Moda Crossfade LP headphones are dub-heavy and exceptionally comfortable. They're real lookers and are just the thing for dance and rock tracks with lots of bass. You may end up with a headache after prolonged use, but you probably won't want to stop using them. quote


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Critic reviews

7.1
7 reviews
  • Sound quality
    6.6
  • Design and form factor
    7.9
  • Comfort
    9.5
  • Noise isolation
    7.2
  • Durability
    8.0

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8.3
19 reviews
7.0
CNET Jun 11, 2010

The V-Moda Crossfade LP headphones look good, feel durable, and offer plenty of desirable extras, but the clubby leaning to the sound space does not lend itself well to all genres of music. This set is best suited to DJs and dance music aficionados.

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8.0
SlashGear Jun 4, 2010

If your tastes lean to the modern and thumping then the V-MODAs should definitely be on your auditioning list; classical aficionados should probably look elsewhere. Still, solid construction and brilliant audio quality make for an excellent set of over-the-ears.

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6.0
PC Advisor Jul 10, 2010

The V-Moda Crossfade LP headphones are dub-heavy and exceptionally comfortable. They're real lookers and are just the thing for dance and rock tracks with lots of bass. You may end up with a headache after prolonged use, but you probably won't want to stop using them.

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7.0
ChipChick Jul 16, 2010

The headphones are very comfortable and can be worn for long periods of time without giving you a headache. It would have been nice if the headphones were a little more portable, and the issues with the balancing of the bass and treble didn’t exist, as well as the concert hall effect of the music.

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9.0
About Jun 13, 2010

These headphones are aimed toward a higher-end market... But if you're specifically looking for a high-end performer that sounds great and fits comfortably to boot, then the V-MODA Crossfade is certainly worthy of consideration.

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7.0
The Gadgeteer Mar 6, 2011

So if your library is more on the lower end of the bit rate scale or even all over the place in song quality, you will appreciate how the Crossfades tend to even out the audible playing field.

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7.0
leigh leigh

I really like the V-Moda peeps so not being able to rave about these makes me a bit bummed. I wear these at work and listen to whatever Pandora and last.fm throw at me. I primarily listen to electronic music, which in it's more advanced forms can be almost as demanding as classical music on...

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8.0
fourblades fourblades

It is easy to wear for a long time but when worn at a very long duration, it does feel sticky to your skin that you don't want to wear it anymore. Probably a good thing for your hearing.

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8.0
refractured refractured

Pros: They look great They feel very well made and weighty The braided cord is awesome Comes with a hard shell case, 2 cords and an adapter Sound is fantastic, easily compete with or beat popular comparable phones. Cons: They hurt after an hour or so of listening-- I don't have a huge...

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9.0
heynash heynash

2 other guys at work each got these and really liked them. I tried on a pair and didn't want to give them back. I previously had a set of beats solo headphones. They sounded good, but were not comfortable for long periods of time. The V-Moda Crossfade LP's sound just as good as the beats and...

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8.0
kandekilla kandekilla

I will start this by saying I did not purchase these. I was given them by a V-Moda rep. That being said, there were no strings or anything. It was more of a "here we believe in them so go use them and let us know what you think" type thing. I have been using a set of White Crossfade LPs...

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7.0
bigbny bigbny

I bought the VModa's for a few specific reasons. Their alleged durability, steel band around head and kevlar wire, their sound quality, and I have to admit the ability to put my custom logo on the ear covers. :) I am a NYC commuter so the durability is key for me. I am a little disappointed...

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9.0
josephsrossi josephsrossi

They seem to have a defect and a lot of people are reporting on it ... Where the headband is attached there are some overtightened screws it seems that end up cracking the casing. So far the cracking hasn't hurt the overall function of the headset ... but for the price, these should rocksolid.

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