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[Amazon.ca] V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone (Matte Black) - $153.71

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Apr 17, 2003
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[Amazon.ca] V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone (Matte Black) - $153.71

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Deal Fanatic
Apr 15, 2009
5620 posts
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M-Arkham
i'll give credit where credit is due, vmoda headbands are damn durable and could good about of abuse(probably cuz it's metal), only thing that sux about it is the way that wire stick out of the earcup to the headband. If that wire get caught on something and it break, you're SOL
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Apr 17, 2003
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Brewmeanie wrote: i'll give credit where credit is due, vmoda headbands are damn durable and could good about of abuse(probably cuz it's metal), only thing that sux about it is the way that wire stick out of the earcup to the headband. If that wire get caught on something and it break, you're SOL
A lot of the Beyerdynamic headphones are like that as well (for better or for worse).
Jr. Member
Sep 12, 2016
119 posts
217 upvotes
Have no need for these but that's a great price!
Newbie
Mar 25, 2010
82 posts
75 upvotes
Québec
I bought LP2 6-7 years ago. They're super durable and great headphones. I sold them for the wh-1000xm3 and I miss the sound signature the vmoda has.

The only reason why I sold them was the comfort. I'm sitting at a desk 8h+ a day programming, and if you have a somewhat large head, the metal band will make it hurt after ~2h.
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Jan 26, 2016
62 posts
81 upvotes
Edmonton, AB
Amazing price and sound is excellent
As a girl I found them very uncomfortable and squeezing my head after 2 hours of wearing them.
But for this price is great purchase
Jr. Member
Dec 25, 2009
101 posts
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Contrecoeur
Nice headphones, I really like the sound quality!
But the headband's faux leather is flaking away after about 4 years, and only a few (about 20) uses.
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Newbie
Mar 30, 2017
28 posts
82 upvotes
Toronto
Bought these ~7 years ago for $99.99 at the Microsoft store.

Great Built, great sound quality (not a lot separation as they aren't Hifi headphones, but nice mids and decent bass but not way too boomy, nice cables, nice case.

But a bit tight around my head for an average size. Can't wear them longer than an hour. Keeps your ears warm in the winter but way too hot to wear outside in the summer.

As mentioned from post above the flaking of the faux leather has happened to mines as well.

Hope this helps your purchasing decision a bit. Cheers,
Sr. Member
Feb 26, 2017
612 posts
424 upvotes
I've owned these as well as the Crossfade V1's. Also, the DT770's, Custom One Game's (770's basically) and it's a very good price. Build quality is on par with Beyr (maybe a touch less), but Beyerdynamic are far easier to fix IMO. The lifetime warranty thing is useless as the shipping costs are prohibitive and they don't just swap them out like KOSS. Packaging is awesome and they give you a cool carrying case (Beyer doesn't, but who cares really).

Lows are very good to excellent, mids are decent and the high frequencies are lacking (IMO). Beyer's are way clearer in the high freq's. Soundstage is pretty good, but again the DT770 has far wider soundstage (by a wide margin IMO). The earpads might be a tad thin, I believe they sell thicker ones, but they aren't cheap. Clamping force is high and I returned one pair as I couldn't tolerate it. After a month or so the crossfade wireless loosened up quite a bit, so give it time.

Overall, it's a well built set of cans, but if you have specific needs ie. focus on high's or better soundstage you won't regret the purchase. Great for commuting as they block out most noise and can take a beating.
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Jul 7, 2013
1279 posts
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North York
ShinConker wrote: I bought LP2 6-7 years ago. They're super durable and great headphones. I sold them for the wh-1000xm3 and I miss the sound signature the vmoda has.

The only reason why I sold them was the comfort. I'm sitting at a desk 8h+ a day programming, and if you have a somewhat large head, the metal band will make it hurt after ~2h.
Are you me? I also had this 7ish years ago for $90 from Microsoft thanks to rfd.

I still have em today and updated to xm3s. The clamp on the lp2 is firm and the stock cushions weren't that good but once I've upgraded the cushions to XL it was a lot more better.

The sound quality was good after a night of burn in. I found it quite balanced. But this does not have any noise cancelation and it leaks quite a bit
Deal Guru
Feb 19, 2008
14332 posts
4914 upvotes
London
I use bluetooth Crossfade 2s

They are the best headphones I've owned.

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