Subject: General Tech | December 15, 2015 - 03:43 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: audio, v-moda, crossfade wireless, wireless headset
Considering the way that Beats and other headsets seem to sell based on the recognizable and rather colourful look of their headsets side panels, V-MODA has created product to try to compete on that level. When you order your headset you can choose between a wide variety of 3D printed side panels in a variety of materials and designs up to and including solid platinum for a mere $27,000 or so. For the less financially gifted there are other precious metals, fibre, aluminium and steel side panels to place your design on. V-MODA offers a variety of designs that can be etched on the sides or you can even upload your own design, though as you do authorize V-MODA to use the design make sure it is yours to use.
The remaining question is how the headsets sound, both while wired and over Bluetooth. They are based off of the Crossfade M-100s which may be familiar to you, otherwise you can read what Techgage thought of the sound in their full review.
"Are you in the market for some high-end wireless headphones but crave something a little different? V-MODA may have something of interest. With a range of 3D printed customizable headphones available in a variety of materials, including metal, the Crossfade Wireless certainly has our ears perked."
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