Sound is improved over previous V-Moda headphones.
Universal and Apple compatible volume/MIC cords.
Overall strong audio performance at reasonable listening levels.
Cable is detachable, and comes with a spare.
Built-in iPhone/iPad/iPod touch controls.
Not as comfortable as Crossfade LP.
Distorts slightly on deep bass tracks at high volumes.
Can sound a bit too bright on certain types of music.
IPhone controls are awkwardly placed.
Remote is too high on cable.
By Android Police on November 15, 2012
The M80's are an amazing choice for anyone looking for headphones that pump out great sound and will last forever, even in tough conditions. In fact, the only real flaw is an exceptionally minor one in that they get slightly uncomfortable after...-
By Whathifi.com on September 11, 2012
With headphones becoming such a fashion accessory in recent years it’s little wonder that there’s an appetite for people to want to express themselves through custom designs. Yet it’s something that very few companies currently offer...80
By SlashGear on June 14, 2012
This week we’ve got our hands on the slightly smaller line of V-MODA‘s impressive lineup of headphones, here with the Crossfade M-80 headphones in White Pearl. These headphones have just been launched worldwide and will work splendidly with...-
By Headfonia on May 14, 2012
Say hello to Edd, a video game 3D artist who happens to maintain a headphone review blog called Noble Hi-Fi (http://noblehifi.blogspot.co.uk/). I know that a lot of people have been asking for us to do a review on the popular VModa M-80, but I’ve...-
By Gadling on March 26, 2012
In the age of MP3 players, smartphones and iPads we now travel with more technology than ever before. Those gadgets can come in very handy when we're trying to pass the time on a long flight or when spending hours waiting at the airport. But one...-
By Anything But iPod on March 14, 2012
Forum member Jörgemeister took the time to write up a nice in-depth review of the full-sized closed-back V-Moda M80 headphones. Hollywood-based V-Moda are known for usually taking a bit of a style-over-substance approach to headphone design, but...-
By The Gadgeteer on January 07, 2012
As headphones become more popular as an audio accessory and fashion statement, some companies have been able to adapt to this evolving market better than others. Some lean more towards the design while others cater to the audiophile crowd. V-Moda has...-
By DigitalVersus on December 21, 2011
Compact, solid, good sound and nice design. What more could you ask for?...100
By AVguide on October 05, 2011
V-MODA is one of those firms that at first blush seems to be European—right up until you discover the marketing tagline that proclaims the company’s headphones are “inspired in Italy, designed in Hollywood.” That fascinating set...-
By PC Mag on September 20, 2011
The V-Moda Crossfade M-80 offers an alluring, on-ear design and enjoyable audio performance. But with some distortion at high volumes, this pair doesn’t quite compete with other headphones in this price range....70