V-moda Crossfade LP

  • V-moda Crossfade LP
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Based on 19 scores, 27 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    3
  • Good:
    7
  • Average:
    5
  • Bad:
    4

Pros:

  • Excellent build quality, distinctive style, +The detachable cords are a revelation in comfort, +They sound great, +Decent noise-canceling headphones, in a pinch
  • Isolating, Good with hotter mixes, Dramatic Looks, Forgiving for lower bit rate files
  • They look good, the sound is awesome, comes with a lot of accessories, very comfortable to wear, extremely durable.

Cons:

  • Not as good with older recordings
  • Quite expensive and the sound won't be to everyone's tastes.

Expert reviews and ratings

By DigitalVersus on 80

For those looking for bassy-but-not-too-bassy headphones that have a certain something, the Crossfade LPs should suit perfectly....

By I4U on 90

V-Moda sells these things for $199.99. Which means they're going directly against Monster's BEATS line and other "audiophile grade" headphones. I'd tend to consider the Crossfades to be more practical than most products in this category. You...

By 5FWD on 80

They sound great, look even better and if you’ve had enough of the same boring old-fashioned brands, then the V-Moda Crossfade LP have enough street smarts and appeal to pass for the real deal.V-Moda Crossfade LP is tagged with V-Moda Crossfade LP...

By The Gadgeteer on -

Crossfade is the act of fading one song out as you fade another in, resulting in continuous music with little or no break in the sound. Its something that club DJs do to keep the dance floor crowded and the mood electric. It is in this vein that...

By Whathifi.com on 40

We wouldn't blame any hi-fi fashionistas for making a beeline for these . They look pretty impressive and, dare we say it, stylish. Storm Troopers will go crazy for the White Pearl finish, while Darth Vader types can opt for Phantom Chrome or...

By Pocket-lint on 70

It's only really the performance that lets the Crossfades down. It's not that the performance is bad – it's very good. It's just not as good as it should be because of (a) the price-tag and (b) the aesthetics of the actual...

By MyMac on 70

Our rating takes all the above into account, as well as the extremely competitive pricing for so many features, especially the outstanding...

By CNET UK on 80

If the V-moda Crossfade LPs were a superhero, they'd be The Incredible Hulk -- loud and absolutely out of control. If you love deep, brain-imploding bass, write your will and buy a set of these headphones...

By Smarthouse on 80

The Crossfade LP is stored inside an exoskeleton case. Also found inside are two Kevlar reinforced detachable cables (3.5mm audio cable and cable with inline mic/volume and control for the iPhone 3GS, iPod, iPad, and MacBook), a 6.3mm to 3.5mm...

By techcrunch.com on -

Short Version: V-Moda’s Crossfade LP headphones are designed for versatility, with the idea of taking them anywhere and providing you with a rich listening experience. I found a mixed bag full of excellent sounds, somewhat awkward hardware, and a...

By Gizmodo on -

The Crossfade LP is V-Moda's first over-the-ear headphones, branching out from their traditional in-ear headsets they've been known for. V-Moda says, at $250, they're competing with headphones like Dre's Monster noise-cancellation...

By About.com on 80

Today's small, light earphones are nice and all. Sometimes, though, you just got to have a nice set of full-size headphones to rock out to. V-MODA's new Crossfade LP headphones come in three flavors: Phantom Chrome, White Pearl and Gunmetal...

By Know Your Mobile on 90

We absoultely loved these headphones and think V-Moda are right on the money with them. That said, the price could do with some revision if they want to get the masses on...

By ConnectReviews on -

Product At-a-Glance Pros Incredibly high quality construction. Unique and stylish design with three color options. Detachable cables with optional in-line mic and audio controls. Cons Muffled lower treble range. $249.99 price tag. Not collapsible for...

By Digital Trends on 65

While V-Moda's Crossfade LP headphones won’t pass muster for audiophiles, we do feel that their unique style will appeal to listeners that want a slick looking pair of...

By cnet on 70

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...

By iLounge on 60

Though V-Moda has impressed across a number of different design and engineering categories over the past two years, its biggest innovations have been physical rather than sonic, and Crossfade LP benefits from many of them. Even putting aside the cool...

By SlashGear on -

“Your headphones,” V-MODA CEO Val Kolton says, “should be as unique as your style and music”, a sentiment that perfectly encapsulates the company’s latest model, the Crossfade LP. Designed to be as distinctive visually as...

By GadgetMac on 80

The Crossfade LP are V-Moda's newest and first headphones added to their very popular line of in-ear earphones. The Crossfade LP feature V-Moda's unique style of design and they certainly do not disappoint, from outstanding packaging to their...

By Gear Diary on -

Review: V-MODA Crossfade LP Posted on 31 May 2010 by Larry Greenberg When the press release came into the Gear Diary e-mail account about the release of V-MODA’s first over the ear styled headphones I jumped — literally jumped — at...