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Quality headphones in great looks and at a rare price, just today at Amazon

V-Moda's acclaimed Crossfade M-100 headphones get a cut of 40 percent in price - and available in three different shades of your choice for just a few hours

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Audio lovers, please note: You only have a few hours until tomorrow (Friday, the 8 in November) in the morning to take advantage of a definitely high-quality offer at the American store - With the best-known model of American society emphasizing the outside appearance, no less than the emphasis on audio quality itself.

The V-Moda Wired Over-Ear Model, the Crossfade M-100, with a pair 50 millimeters in diameter for each ear, metal body combined with artificial leather, built-in microphone that can be detached when needed, weight of about 280 grams and option to add a microphone or replace and change the metal finish above the ear pads - offered at a base price of 150 dollars, Instead of the price of 250 dollars almost every other day of the year.

Along with the addition of about 43 dollars for shipment to Israel and for VAT, the final price is 193.4 dollars - NIS 675 only, including an estimated addition of a dollar-to-shekel conversion fee by the credit company, which is available in black-matte, white and white- Silvery and a shade called Shadow that combines black with elements of red - if you like the design - it's a pewter worth our taste.

All three shades are available at the same discount - something that doesn't usually happen in the house in the field

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    1. agree. One thing is certain about headphones - until you hear it, you can't know how they are.

      I've already bought expensive ones that were poor and cheap that were excellent. If there was a way to hear them over the net ... or someone would come up with a test device that provides a reliable report ... wonder they existed for 80 a year and still have no way of knowing if they're good.

      1. Oh, there are full-sounding demos on YouTube for almost every earphone on the market.

        B. It will never be a real indication that you probably won't be able to get the buzzer of earphones that cost 2000 a shekel that you listen to his blood with an 100 earphone. Otherwise, what is the point in 2000's headset considering whether the 100 headset can provide the same sound quality.

        third. Even if you take a headset that costs 2000 a dime that has a sound signature x the headset that also costs a 2000 that you hear in a sound demo that has a sound signature y will not sound the same.

        In short, the demo gives you a very rough estimate of the sound, a nice tool but by no means a complete indication. The only way to go is to listen.

        The crossfeed 100 has a good ear for this price. The original price already has better options.

  1. Quote of Roy.T

    Ah, there is a full Sound YouTube demos for almost every ear on the market. B. It will never be a real indication that you probably won't be able to get the buzzer of earphones that cost 2000 a shekel that you listen to his blood with an 100 earphone. Otherwise, what is the point in 2000's headset considering whether the 100 headset can provide the same sound quality. third. Even if you take a headset that costs 2000 it's easy to have a signature Sound x The headset that also costs 2000 is easy to hear in the demo sound that has a signature Sound y will not sound the same. in brief Sound His demo gives you a very rough estimate of the sound, a nice tool but by no means a complete indication. The only way to go is to listen. The crossfeed 100 has a good ear for this price. The original price already has better options.

    Someone needs to connect a microphone to her headset ... otherwise what that will matter. Maybe everyone has a different hearing profile (different sensitivity to frequencies), but the one there is no way to measure - wonder they have yet to find a way.

  2. On sites that test expensive headphones connect a microphone to headphones and even use a structure that is supposed to simulate the acoustics of the ear.

    It is also difficult to draw clear conclusions before buying, except in cases where headphones have a material defect.

  3. Quote of yw1971

    Someone needs to connect a microphone to her headset ... otherwise what that will matter. Maybe everyone has a different hearing profile (different sensitivity to frequencies), but the one there is no way to measure - wonder they have yet to find a way.

    what?

  4. I read and had no idea what you were talking about.

    How do you think sound demo is done exactly?

    And what does this have to do with measurements and frequencies?

  5. I need to be able to create a hearing profile for myself and choose what works best.

    And by the way, answering a question about a question doesn't show a willingness to help…

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