• V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black
  • V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black
  • V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black
  • V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black
  • V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black
V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black
V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black
V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black
V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black
V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black

V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Vocal Limited Edition Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone - Matte Black

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  • 50mm Dual-Diaphragm Drivers - inner & outer rings deliver vibrant bass, vivid mids & vivacious highs without overlap.Connectivity Technology: Wired
  • Passive Noise Isolation - cuts out noise. To relieve the pressure, you can stretch the headband by bending it outwards (placing hands on the ends of the headband - not the ear cups). You may repeat this process until you're happy with a looser fit. You can also bend the headband inwards to make a tighter fit
  • No Batteries or Processing - powerful clarity without two extra digital-to-analog conversions - toxins that pollute your music
  • Obsessive Quality Control - <2dB variance for strict sound consistency compared to most brands
  • Kevlar-reinforced Cable - 1+ million bends for cables & 45 degree strain relief (100x industry standard)

Customer Reviews

Excellent headphonesThese are excellent headphones. I'm incredibly impressed. Like other reviews have said, the bass is incredibly impressive. Clear, pounding, but no distortion even at higher volumes. The vocals are crystal clear- which really mattered to me. I'm hearing vocal sounds I've never hear before- so much more textured. The soundstage could be larger, but its large enough and makes for a very intimate experience. One note- these headphones require an equalizer. On a flat setting, there is an echo and the vocals especially are impacted.The build can't be beat! These things seem indestructible. The grip is excellent. Strong. The headband is padded so well, you won't feel it at all. The ear cup padding is way more than adequate. They are incredibly comfortable to wear.They came with an excellent hard storage case which is beautifully designed to fit the phones perfectly, plus a 3.5 cable. Higher priced models come with additional cable, but this was the only one I wanted anyway.If you are a bass or vocal lover, these indestructible phones are for you. A larger soundstage and I would have given them a 5.4Best beats blasted boisterously between both ears engulf everything exuberantly!Holy geezus. Wow. How is this almost unknown brand so amazing? I purchased these after the Razer Tiamat 7.1 set I ordered failed to live up to it's expectations. These are about 1/4 the price, and 1000 times better! Right away I noticed how hefty they are for such compact headphones. Then I noticed the accessories. V-Moda really thought out the case and cables. Included is a long audio cable for your PC/main device, and a shorter mic cable for your phone. Both cables are thick, and have braided nylon shields. Also included are an extra set of metal shields (silver), 2 extra sets of shield screws, (they are super small, so 2x sets is GREAT!!), and the driver for the screws. A 1/4 adapter, polishing cloth, sticker, and carbiner clip. How often do manufacturers include extra anything? Especially with the extra's are for modifying. Those are always charged items that don't come in the box. So to see all these in this case was mind blowing for someone like me, who can't leave things alone. The 2nd thing I did after listening to them, was change their shields to a red set I bought with the headphones. HahaMy wife is standing next to me with a really mad look on her face....I think she's talking to me....Yeah, her lips are moving and her head is shaking... I really can't hear her... I'm just nodding my head."sure sure, uh huh" ..can't hear anything but the music. They really do isolate you from the outside world. ...she just left, I could feel her stomping. Didn't hear any of it though... These headphones are amazing!!!!!Not having a cable built into the unit is also great. Stores away without issue, and sets on my desk on a acrylic Sades stand I purchased thru Amazon as well. No cable running across my desk, no cable hanging out of the case when I toss them in. They really thought these through!I still can't believe they blow the $300+ Razers away... I wrote a verified purchase review on them as well if you want to check. These are better. WAY BETTER.5Promising but falls flat for most uses.When I set out to find a new headset I had expressive lows and bass in mind, as to contrast the more neutral Sennheiser and Bose headphones I use regularly. I picked these up after some research because I got the impression they're even better than V-MODA's more premium offerings in this regard. I've been using these for the last few days, primarily for listening to electronic music and PC-gaming but I've watched movies and listened to a good bit of classical music with them now too. Anyway here are my impressions;The aesthetics and build quality are fantastic, they truly seem built to last. Unfortunately, the earpads are too small and "pinch" my ears after a couple hours. I've never really had this issue with other around ear headphones, even smaller ones like this. I suspect it is the strong clamping adding to the issue. If I keep them I'll have to get the $20 XL pads. That aside they're otherwise very comfortable, even wearing glasses.Now the audio. Loud, booming bass and treble. Excellent noise-insulation. I was not going in expecting the nuanced highs and mids I experience with Sennheiser and the like, but I was not expecting it to be this muddy either. It's disappointing because I was hoping for a daily driver, not a more "niche" use pair of headphones. However, they're absolutely great for gaming and listening to electronic and rock music. They demolish my far more expensive headphones in this regard. Admittedly I haven't tried a $300+ pair of headphones that emphasis said genres.In-short. Great build, small earpads. Great sound for niche uses, mediocre otherwise. I don't know if I'll keep them, I'll give it another week or so. I think they're overpriced (and I've spent three times as much on other sets). The build is nice, but I seriously doubt these sound much better than some random $50 name-brand "bass" headphones. Given the earpad situation, they're really $150. I think they're worth $80 tops with proper earpads.3V-Moda Crossfade LP2 The first pair I got were opened and obviously used. The factory ribbon that you cut was at the bottom of the Amazon box, the inside of the box was messy, the protective plastics on the shields were taken off, and they were loose on my head. I give 1 star for Amazon not checking their products before shipping.Today I finally got my replacements and these headphones are amazing out of the box. Paired with my Bravo Audio V2 Tube Amp they sound even better. Can't wait to burn these in and get the full sound out of them. They look built to last! Almost everything is metal. Something I wanted since I do travel a lot and don't want to worry about breaking something.Definitely a great buy for the price and would recommend. I know everyone loves their Beats by Dre, but those have way too much bass in my opinion. These are a lot more well rounded. I'm not a bass head by any means, but I do enjoy the occasional wub wub and these can hit when they need to. 5They didn't hold up over timeI love the V-MODA brand for it's styling and performance, but they don't hold up over time. I'm an owner of the Crossfade LP1s and LP2s, and they both had their share of problems.I'm not that hard on headphones, they usually go from my head to the desktop and back. However, the headband is going to start to peel/crack/chip after about a year of wear. I thought that maybe it was something I was doing wrong. However, a friend who also owns the LP1s had the same issue and he always kept his in a case when not in use.I thought for sure the LP2s fixed the problem..... wrong. The only thing done differently was the band underneath was black, which made it easier to live with but is unacceptable for headphones in this price range.Then there's the problem aux port.... they go bad. My earcup went bad within the first year. I stopped using them and went back to my LP1s until I realized I had a 2yr warrant on the LP2s (Thankfully just before the warranty ran out). Sent them in, they repaired them, and all was fine, or so I thought. Within a year the earcup went bad again, but this time outside of warranty. And now I'm having the same issue with my LP1s.Look, I love the headphones when they work. But it feels like they're going to go bad on you within 1.5-3 years, and they cost too much for that to be the case. I've convinced quite a few people to buy the headphones, but now I'm starting to wonder if that was for the best.2Great Sound, Great Build, Okay ComfortFirst up, as you'll see a lot of people either confirming or denying with headphones of this price range, I'm not an audiophile. I do have a high standard of what I want and what I look for, but I can't accurately compare these to other headphones and be able to tell you the slight nuances between them. What I can tell you is that I was searching for a high quality, hassle free gaming headset to last me a long time. I've never been fully happy with any gaming headsets I've ever bought. You usually sacrifice quality in some regard for the moniker of "gaming headset." I thought I had found the perfect solution when I stumbled upon the HyperX Cloud II's, but a (now rectified) software issue that caused popping and an insufficient, quiet mic ultimately lead me to returning them. I really, really did not want to return the Clouds. You will have a hard time finding anything anywhere near as comfortable or a gaming headset that sounds anywhere near that nice at the price-range Kingston asks for. After I decided I couldn't settle with the Clouds, I eventually found a product known as the V-Moda Boompro Mic. After hearing a mic quality test, I knew I wanted it. So then began my search for a nice pair of cans with a detachable audio cable, and of course V-MODA's own products were the first in line. After searching around a bit I decided on the LP2's for the supposed bass response and lesser price tag than the M-100's, which I also heavily considered. Once they finally arrived and I plugged them in, I was not initially impressed with the sound. It did not quite feel like what I was paying for, but then with a little EQ work these things really worked for my ears The sound now is almost perfect for me. I would have easily given these 5 stars if not for one issue: comfort.The V-MODA LP2's come with incredibly small ear pads by default, despite being marketed as Over the Ear, they are most certainly not for any regular sized adult human. You'll find that nearly everyone who owns any V-MODA cans recommend buying the XL Ear Pads, and you certainly should. They -definitely- improve comfort by a large margin, and even the sound stage to some degree. However, even with the XL pads, my left ear still feels cramped and hits the inner wall of the cans. I have to readjust the cushioning in the XL pads more often than I would like to get a comfortable fit. Since I am using these for long gaming sessions, the problem is even more of an issue to me. I honestly wish V-MODA made XXL pads or something of that nature. I may end up returning these if I can find another set of cans that seem like they would be a great fit for what I want, but I am reluctant to give up the sound that I have tweaked to my preference. If these had a higher comfort factor, they would be nearly flawless.PROS:- Great presentation with the packaging. I was reluctant to cut the fabric that holds the lid shut. I was a bit baffled why they would include such a disposable piece of cloth that you are intended to ruin, but I guess it's for that "premium" feel, or something.- Comes with a very high quality semi-hard case. It fits very tightly with almost no room for bouncing around inside. I do not think I could even manage to fit my V-MODA Boompro Mic inside, and it's just an audio cable and a small, flexible mic wire.- Construction is beyond solid. All metal, no creaking. You do not have to handle these like they fragile, because they certainly are not. You shouldn't abuse them just for the fun of it, but they would probably take it.- Style wins out on these, and the custom shield plates is an alluring factor, even if I don't plan on wearing them in public.CONS:- Comfort seems to be hit or miss with people. Even with what I would consider small ears, they still feel somewhat cramped inside. Clamping pressure is strong out of the box, but with a little (gentle) bending and overnight placing on the product box to help stretch them out, this effect has been mostly calmed. I also wish they would have added a tiny bit more padding to the headband.-Sound was not good for me out of the box. With a decent amount of EQ tweaking, I think I have found a good balance that brings out punchy, strong bass, but reduces how muddy it first sounded to me.Overall, if you're considering the LP2's and can't afford to go to the M-100's, you will most likely be beyond satisfied. If you are planning on using these for gaming, make sure you buy from somewhere with a good return policy, as the comfort factor may be a deal breaker for you.UPDATE August 2017: My only flaw with these headphones, the comfort, became a non-issue after extended use. They continued to slightly shift to fit my head and I no longer get cramping on my left ear when wearing these. Occasionally the headband does fatigue the top of my head, but it is an uncommon occurrence and it can be fixed by slightly pushing the band forward or back on my head. Overall I definitely do recommend these headphones. They've held up great!4For discriminate ROCKERS !!V-MODA Crossfade LP2 headphones purposefully designed and not to be confused with other heavily fashion-marketed, color-coordinated plastic garbage!I am not a highly respected audio engineer, conversely I am merely a simple man that has spent 25+ years in an exhaustively expensive quest for great sound. For starters let me share some of my favorite bands that I used to evaluate these cans. I frequently listen to hard-rock bands such as Judas Priest, Godsmack, and Dream Theater to the more subdued Mark Knopfler, Adele and David Gilmore to electronica/techo of Depeche Mode, Madonna and Christina Aguilera. If you like this type of music, like it loud with bass, then...read on and buy these headphones.Merriam-Webster defines Discriminate as: to notice and understand that one thing is different from another thing: to recognize a difference between things.It bothers me when people do not discriminate especially when it comes to something as important as music. Unfortunately, in the past I too have failed to discriminate when selecting/purchasing audio gear. I have fallen victim to ostentatious product reviews and have allowed myself to be persuaded into believing that some products are perfect for all music. The old adage, you get what you pay for, is mostly true but the notion that a high price tag equals good sound quality can vary greatly with headphones and speakers, simply because musical taste varies greatly and headphone manufacturers cannot design a product for all tastes. I have owned at least a dozen pair of headphones over the years to include all the big label brands such as Sennheiser, Grado, AKG, Bose, Koss and Beyerdynamic. They were all great headphones, but they just did not perform to my tastes. V-MODA Crossfade LP2 s recreates the front row rock concert experience with deafening power and low end frequency response The standard goal of any speaker or headphone is to produce a flat frequency response, V-MODA s produce a standard loudness contour which is something I try to replicate via tone controls or equalizer settings on my home audio equipment. These are not headphones for studio recording/mixing, instead the frequency response favors a very human-centric appeal. That said these cans will provide a new level of enjoyment and appreciation for your music collection. I typically do not play music at excessive levels but as a test I really pushed these headphones with my Denon home audio pre-amp and then amplified through a FiiO A-3 headphone amp (great addition-more on that later). These headphones cannot be overwhelmed when played through a clean source. I have worn these headphones while physically mowing the lawn and been magically transported to the front row of a Volbeat concert. V-MODA Crossfade LP2 s recreates the front row rock concert experience with deafening power and low end frequency response. The isolation is so complete and sound quality so amazing you will lose yourself in an another dimension Isolation is the key to great sounding audio and something the engineers at V-MODA have accomplished. V-MODA s have a closed ear design which eliminates most external noise and distractions, in fact the isolation is so complete and sound quality so amazing you will lose yourself in an another dimension and become enveloped in the music. My family doesn t share the same love for rock music as I do and rarely allows me to play my speakers to the level I enjoy which was why I have been on a quest to find headphones that can produce high volume levels, excellent sound quality and not wake the neighbors with my late night music sessions. The V-MODA s come about as close to inner ear bud sound quality as it gets but with the ability to produce an incredible amount of distortion-less low end that can be felt.I will also provide a brief warning that should be heeded when listening to these headphones; I have enjoyed these headphones early in the morning while reading email and have been quite startled when my wife taps me on the shoulder. Additionally, I would encourage new users to break-in your headphones. Headphones and speakers all benefit from burn-in where music is played continuously for >20 hours. With headphones this is easy to achieve, simply plug them into a source and continuously play music at a moderate level. You will find the bass extension and sound quality smoother and more responsive.ConstructionOne complaint I have had with other high-end headphones is the deceptive appearance of quality manufacturing concealed in flimsy plastic construction or cheap construction concealed by the addition of external fashion accoutrements. I have the simplistic expectation that headphones costing >$100 should be well engineered, comfortable, durable and faithfully reproduce music. I understand the need to make headphones light and comfortable but it should not be purely with the goal of weigh savings thereby sacrificing durability. V-MODA has produced an incredibly well designed headphone with an aluminum padded headband, solid swivels and leather coverings.ComfortEven with the noticeable mass of these headphones they do not feel heavy. The aluminum headband keeps the headphones in place with a gentle snug fit. Typically closed ear headphones can be hot and exhausting especially after extended wear. At no time did I find these headphones uncomfortable even after 3+ hours of listening. That said I did opt for the XL ear pads which provides more room for your ears to fit inside the headphone without being compressed which may have something to do with the comfort I have experienced. Then again there are definitely gym headphones. You probably won t see V-MODA headphones around the neck of your favorite basketball player Another thing that has taken hold of the headphone market is this crazy notion that in order to be an amazing athlete you must have a pair of fashionable headphones around your neck, CRAZY! You probably won t see V-MODA headphones around the neck of your favorite basketball player because you are not paying for the marketing, you are paying for quality. That being said V-MOTA s are still highly customizable with interchangeable outer shells in a variety of colors.I put the included gun metal plates on to see how they looked and chose to keep the subdued flat black covers on. I prefer the purposeful industrial look of this product as if V-MODA owes its design cues to the stealth aircraft industry. Furthermore, the V-MOTA s are not overly large or distracting looking. Unlike some of headphones on the market that are insanely large with enormous pillows over each ear, if I saw someone wearing these at the airport I would not give them a second look.What s includedThe V-MODA Crossfade LP2 s includes an impressive hard shell case, two removable Kevlar wrapped cords; one 6 cord, a 4 cord with a microphone/mute controls and a 1/8 -1/4 adapter. You also get 2 extra gun metal outer shell covers.UpgradesI am not a fan of the included cords and opted for a shorter 3.5mm Auxiliary Audio Flat Cable with a 90 Degree Right Angle Compatible which works great for walking around with an iPod in your pocket. Additionally, I purchased a FiiO A-3 headphone amp and FiiO L9 L-Shaped Line Out Dock (LOD) Cable For iPod which makes a huge difference in the sound quality. The Crossfade LP2 s will play just fine through iPhones and iPods just not very loud. The amplifier increases the sound pressure and low end without having to push the solo iPod to the maximum limit which adds distortion and reduces battery life. The combination is a bit bulky but manageable. Clearly users of these headphones are not looking for super small portability and space savings, focusing more on sound quality I would hope?!ConclusionThere are a lot of headphones to choose from on the market and while there are some excellent highly marketed brands out there I would caution would-be buyers from buying purely on name, price or personal recommendation from anyone that likes different music than you. The V-MODA Crossfade LP2 s are not what I would consider an overly expensive investment for the tremendous return in sound quality. It would be difficult to find headphones anywhere that offer the level of customizability or durability found in the V-MODA Crossfade LP2. These are headphones that are built for portable high-end audio and truly transform with the addition of a headphone amplifier. Last, if you are looking for a pair of cans to rediscover your hard rock, dance or electronica/techno collection, look no further. In my opinion the V-MODA Crossfade LP2 are the best headphones for the money on the market today. Strap them on and disappear into a color saturated realm of blissful musical reproduction.5I am not surprised and glad the feel so good -Build quality, this is where I was impressed and most of the reviews spoke highly of the headset. I am not surprised and glad the feel so good, everything like the headphone jack snaps in solid with a good click. Cables are braided. Metal hinges and metal exchangable plates are cool too, I didn't know you get a silver set to change out with the black ones.-Sound, I'm not an expert with this stuff I was happy as can be with the sound, watching movies more that music however. All the mids, lows, and highs are clear. I won't get too far into things because this is not my realm of expertise-Comfort, this part is say isnt great but it ain't bad. I feel perfectly fine wearing them for hours with no issues or headaches, ear pain etc. So even the stock ear cups are more than adequate. I'm going to try my friends xl cup upgrades to see how they improve comfort levels before spending about 20 bucks . But if you have big ears you may find there's no choice, mine fill the whole inside up and touch the speaker end a bit. 5ummm I liked it a lot...for a little bitFirst week:5 stars. Was searching for a pair of headphones that would satisfy my desire for a massively bassy experience. I own other more detail-oriented headphones (HD650) and the MDRZ7s that are also quite bassy (though not quite as intense, which is good for it's own, specific purpose) along with some Beyerdynamics and Shure IEMs. Each set serves it's own purpose for me and the V-Moda's fit in now just perfectly for the more bass-intensive genres I listen to like vaporwave, trap, etc.A couple notes:- Durability: Compared to other headphones I have, they don't seem to be that "sturdy". We will see how durable they are with time and I will definitely update this with more details eventually. This is just based on feel and interacting with them for the past few days. I will say, I already dropped them on hardwood floors once and they are just fine, so I suppose they deserve some durability points for that.- Comfort: I suspect many people will not like the way these headphones fit. With my tiny ears, everything fits just fine. But those with larger ears, I think would benefit from trying them in person first if comfort is a deal-breaker. Others have pointed out the padding isn't that thick. Based on my experience, the padding is fine for me in terms of softness, but yes if I push in on the headphone can a little, I am able to feel my ear on the back of the headphone. One other thing I will note is that the clamp is quite a bit stronger than my other sets like the Amiron and the MDRZ7s. The clamp on these, for me, is more comparable to the HD650s which I had to get used to. For reference, I usually enjoy a nice, loose fit. These are not loose at all and I think my head is on the more average to small side of the spectrum.- Sound: If you're wanting a set that is for analytical listening, obviously look elsewhere. For me these are great for relaxed, mood producing listening. I've been heavy with the vaporwave for the past few days because these just envelop you in the hazy, retro, bassy, atmosphere of that genre.I will continue to update this review with time.11/17/18 Short Update:Changed to 4 stars since comfort has proven to be a consistent issue. I will likely be purchasing new ear pads soon. Durability has been fantastic, though. I keep dropping this pair of headphones for whatever reason (it s been at least 4 times now lol) and not a scratch or technical problem whatsoever. Sound is good, but was in a situation where I had to use these while working in my DAW recently and noticed just how inaccurate they are especially on the low end. I don t intend on using these as studio headphones when it can be avoided, but it s worth reiterating that these headphones are not for those looking for a flat experience.12/16/2018 update:3 starsSurprising turn of events, I'm not a *huge* fan of these anymore (or at least at the moment). First and most noticeable: comfort is just horrendous and I won't dwell on that again since I've said it above. But notably I have been out of town the majority of the time I have owned/used these and recently returned home where my headphone collection is. I started using some of my others again and the sound after using my MDRZ7s, for instance, is just not the best, at least for certain kinds of music and sounds. It seems hidden or like there's a veil or it's a little distant both when I'm listening to super-bassy music and non-bassy music. I definitely won't be using these anymore for anything that doesn't contain massive amounts of bass. If I want that "vibrating the entire intersection while waiting at the traffic light" kind of bass, yeah sure, I will use them to get to try to get that messy, vibrating deep bass in headphone form, otherwise not so much.Another development: discoloration has started ocurring in the headphone itself where my ear sits. I've never had this happen with a pair of headphones, which to me suggests my ear is always resting right on top of the fabric inside. I said earlier this didn't bother me because I didn't feel it really, but this has changed over time with more use. I feel my ear on the inside all the time now that I'm aware of it, which also doesn't help with comfort.Hope this helps someone, probably my last update.3Finally Headphones That Don't Mess AroundI've been buying several headphones for the last couple of years trying to find the perfect pair. While I don't feel my journey has ended I am enjoying this pair of headphones a lot. I have these paired with my Fiio e10k with the bass boost on and it's a really fun sound signature. These bring the bass that you can feel and not in an artificial way. They really shine playing my favorite genres of music which are EDM, Dance, and Pop. I also got the XL pads and can safely say that changing the stock pads to those did not hurt the sound signature and brought a better level of comfort. The only downside that I've had an issue with is that they get warm after a couple of hours so I have to switch out to one of my open back headphones after awhile. I'd also like to point out that there is a good value in what you get and the unboxing and presentation are a treat. They really went out of their way to deliver a top quality product and experience.4The LAST Pair of Headphones You'll Ever Need!!This is a video review from my YouTube ChannelFirst to give you some context, I have tested and listened to many, many different wired headphones such as: ATH-M50's, Bose, Beyerdynamic DT 990, Sennheiser HD 598, Sony MDR10R/MDR1R and so on. So I have a real good idea of what you generally get sound, comfort and feature wise at different price points.For the money, these V-MODA's are an incredible value!In my video review you'll see me talk about:1. Sound Quality2. Comfort3. Who these are best suited for4. Durability & Build QualityIf you want to hear me go into more detail about the sound quality, see an unboxing and hear a live sound leak test then refer to my original YouTube video as I wasn't able to keep the full length here.These are the perfect all-purpose pair of wired headphones, particularly for those who love bass. They have a distinctive, stylish look that you can customize. They're built like a tank so if they'll last forever even if your hard on headphones. They barely leak any sound so they're great for taking to the library or using around the office. And although they're not noise-cancelation headphones, they still do a great job of blocking out noise even to the point of being able to use these to block out airplane noise.Unless you're looking to spend over $300, these are one of the best wired headphones you can get at or around this price point.ENJOY the video!PS - You should totally subscribe to my YouTube Channel youtu.be/lYQPrR0uDxM5Static/electric shockThese headphones sound pretty good, but the pair I got was defective. I've been shocked a couple of times by them, plugged into my laptop. Plugged into my iphone I get a lot of static and interference if I move around. Not sure if it's just the cable or the headphones themselves but something is definitely off. I don't see anything externally that indicates that they are damaged in some way.Luckily this started happening the last day I was eligible to return them back to Amazon, so I requested another pair. We'll see if the new pair work better. If they do I'll update my review accordingly.UPDATE: The replaced pair worked for about 6 months and then started doing the same thing. Bumped my review down to one star.1
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Description
  • 50mm Dual-Diaphragm Drivers - inner & outer rings deliver vibrant bass, vivid mids & vivacious highs without overlap.Connectivity Technology: Wired
  • Passive Noise Isolation - cuts out noise. To relieve the pressure, you can stretch the headband by bending it outwards (placing hands on the ends of the headband - not the ear cups). You may repeat this process until you're happy with a looser fit. You can also bend the headband inwards to make a tighter fit
  • No Batteries or Processing - powerful clarity without two extra digital-to-analog conversions - toxins that pollute your music
  • Obsessive Quality Control - <2dB variance for strict sound consistency compared to most brands
  • Kevlar-reinforced Cable - 1+ million bends for cables & 45 degree strain relief (100x industry standard)
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Customer Reviews

Excellent headphonesThese are excellent headphones. I'm incredibly impressed. Like other reviews have said, the bass is incredibly impressive. Clear, pounding, but no distortion even at higher volumes. The vocals are crystal clear- which really mattered to me. I'm hearing vocal sounds I've never hear before- so much more textured. The soundstage could be larger, but its large enough and makes for a very intimate experience. One note- these headphones require an equalizer. On a flat setting, there is an echo and the vocals especially are impacted.The build can't be beat! These things seem indestructible. The grip is excellent. Strong. The headband is padded so well, you won't feel it at all. The ear cup padding is way more than adequate. They are incredibly comfortable to wear.They came with an excellent hard storage case which is beautifully designed to fit the phones perfectly, plus a 3.5 cable. Higher priced models come with additional cable, but this was the only one I wanted anyway.If you are a bass or vocal lover, these indestructible phones are for you. A larger soundstage and I would have given them a 5.4Best beats blasted boisterously between both ears engulf everything exuberantly!Holy geezus. Wow. How is this almost unknown brand so amazing? I purchased these after the Razer Tiamat 7.1 set I ordered failed to live up to it's expectations. These are about 1/4 the price, and 1000 times better! Right away I noticed how hefty they are for such compact headphones. Then I noticed the accessories. V-Moda really thought out the case and cables. Included is a long audio cable for your PC/main device, and a shorter mic cable for your phone. Both cables are thick, and have braided nylon shields. Also included are an extra set of metal shields (silver), 2 extra sets of shield screws, (they are super small, so 2x sets is GREAT!!), and the driver for the screws. A 1/4 adapter, polishing cloth, sticker, and carbiner clip. How often do manufacturers include extra anything? Especially with the extra's are for modifying. Those are always charged items that don't come in the box. So to see all these in this case was mind blowing for someone like me, who can't leave things alone. The 2nd thing I did after listening to them, was change their shields to a red set I bought with the headphones. HahaMy wife is standing next to me with a really mad look on her face....I think she's talking to me....Yeah, her lips are moving and her head is shaking... I really can't hear her... I'm just nodding my head."sure sure, uh huh" ..can't hear anything but the music. They really do isolate you from the outside world. ...she just left, I could feel her stomping. Didn't hear any of it though... These headphones are amazing!!!!!Not having a cable built into the unit is also great. Stores away without issue, and sets on my desk on a acrylic Sades stand I purchased thru Amazon as well. No cable running across my desk, no cable hanging out of the case when I toss them in. They really thought these through!I still can't believe they blow the $300+ Razers away... I wrote a verified purchase review on them as well if you want to check. These are better. WAY BETTER.5Promising but falls flat for most uses.When I set out to find a new headset I had expressive lows and bass in mind, as to contrast the more neutral Sennheiser and Bose headphones I use regularly. I picked these up after some research because I got the impression they're even better than V-MODA's more premium offerings in this regard. I've been using these for the last few days, primarily for listening to electronic music and PC-gaming but I've watched movies and listened to a good bit of classical music with them now too. Anyway here are my impressions;The aesthetics and build quality are fantastic, they truly seem built to last. Unfortunately, the earpads are too small and "pinch" my ears after a couple hours. I've never really had this issue with other around ear headphones, even smaller ones like this. I suspect it is the strong clamping adding to the issue. If I keep them I'll have to get the $20 XL pads. That aside they're otherwise very comfortable, even wearing glasses.Now the audio. Loud, booming bass and treble. Excellent noise-insulation. I was not going in expecting the nuanced highs and mids I experience with Sennheiser and the like, but I was not expecting it to be this muddy either. It's disappointing because I was hoping for a daily driver, not a more "niche" use pair of headphones. However, they're absolutely great for gaming and listening to electronic and rock music. They demolish my far more expensive headphones in this regard. Admittedly I haven't tried a $300+ pair of headphones that emphasis said genres.In-short. Great build, small earpads. Great sound for niche uses, mediocre otherwise. I don't know if I'll keep them, I'll give it another week or so. I think they're overpriced (and I've spent three times as much on other sets). The build is nice, but I seriously doubt these sound much better than some random $50 name-brand "bass" headphones. Given the earpad situation, they're really $150. I think they're worth $80 tops with proper earpads.3V-Moda Crossfade LP2 The first pair I got were opened and obviously used. The factory ribbon that you cut was at the bottom of the Amazon box, the inside of the box was messy, the protective plastics on the shields were taken off, and they were loose on my head. I give 1 star for Amazon not checking their products before shipping.Today I finally got my replacements and these headphones are amazing out of the box. Paired with my Bravo Audio V2 Tube Amp they sound even better. Can't wait to burn these in and get the full sound out of them. They look built to last! Almost everything is metal. Something I wanted since I do travel a lot and don't want to worry about breaking something.Definitely a great buy for the price and would recommend. I know everyone loves their Beats by Dre, but those have way too much bass in my opinion. These are a lot more well rounded. I'm not a bass head by any means, but I do enjoy the occasional wub wub and these can hit when they need to. 5They didn't hold up over timeI love the V-MODA brand for it's styling and performance, but they don't hold up over time. I'm an owner of the Crossfade LP1s and LP2s, and they both had their share of problems.I'm not that hard on headphones, they usually go from my head to the desktop and back. However, the headband is going to start to peel/crack/chip after about a year of wear. I thought that maybe it was something I was doing wrong. However, a friend who also owns the LP1s had the same issue and he always kept his in a case when not in use.I thought for sure the LP2s fixed the problem..... wrong. The only thing done differently was the band underneath was black, which made it easier to live with but is unacceptable for headphones in this price range.Then there's the problem aux port.... they go bad. My earcup went bad within the first year. I stopped using them and went back to my LP1s until I realized I had a 2yr warrant on the LP2s (Thankfully just before the warranty ran out). Sent them in, they repaired them, and all was fine, or so I thought. Within a year the earcup went bad again, but this time outside of warranty. And now I'm having the same issue with my LP1s.Look, I love the headphones when they work. But it feels like they're going to go bad on you within 1.5-3 years, and they cost too much for that to be the case. I've convinced quite a few people to buy the headphones, but now I'm starting to wonder if that was for the best.2Great Sound, Great Build, Okay ComfortFirst up, as you'll see a lot of people either confirming or denying with headphones of this price range, I'm not an audiophile. I do have a high standard of what I want and what I look for, but I can't accurately compare these to other headphones and be able to tell you the slight nuances between them. What I can tell you is that I was searching for a high quality, hassle free gaming headset to last me a long time. I've never been fully happy with any gaming headsets I've ever bought. You usually sacrifice quality in some regard for the moniker of "gaming headset." I thought I had found the perfect solution when I stumbled upon the HyperX Cloud II's, but a (now rectified) software issue that caused popping and an insufficient, quiet mic ultimately lead me to returning them. I really, really did not want to return the Clouds. You will have a hard time finding anything anywhere near as comfortable or a gaming headset that sounds anywhere near that nice at the price-range Kingston asks for. After I decided I couldn't settle with the Clouds, I eventually found a product known as the V-Moda Boompro Mic. After hearing a mic quality test, I knew I wanted it. So then began my search for a nice pair of cans with a detachable audio cable, and of course V-MODA's own products were the first in line. After searching around a bit I decided on the LP2's for the supposed bass response and lesser price tag than the M-100's, which I also heavily considered. Once they finally arrived and I plugged them in, I was not initially impressed with the sound. It did not quite feel like what I was paying for, but then with a little EQ work these things really worked for my ears The sound now is almost perfect for me. I would have easily given these 5 stars if not for one issue: comfort.The V-MODA LP2's come with incredibly small ear pads by default, despite being marketed as Over the Ear, they are most certainly not for any regular sized adult human. You'll find that nearly everyone who owns any V-MODA cans recommend buying the XL Ear Pads, and you certainly should. They -definitely- improve comfort by a large margin, and even the sound stage to some degree. However, even with the XL pads, my left ear still feels cramped and hits the inner wall of the cans. I have to readjust the cushioning in the XL pads more often than I would like to get a comfortable fit. Since I am using these for long gaming sessions, the problem is even more of an issue to me. I honestly wish V-MODA made XXL pads or something of that nature. I may end up returning these if I can find another set of cans that seem like they would be a great fit for what I want, but I am reluctant to give up the sound that I have tweaked to my preference. If these had a higher comfort factor, they would be nearly flawless.PROS:- Great presentation with the packaging. I was reluctant to cut the fabric that holds the lid shut. I was a bit baffled why they would include such a disposable piece of cloth that you are intended to ruin, but I guess it's for that "premium" feel, or something.- Comes with a very high quality semi-hard case. It fits very tightly with almost no room for bouncing around inside. I do not think I could even manage to fit my V-MODA Boompro Mic inside, and it's just an audio cable and a small, flexible mic wire.- Construction is beyond solid. All metal, no creaking. You do not have to handle these like they fragile, because they certainly are not. You shouldn't abuse them just for the fun of it, but they would probably take it.- Style wins out on these, and the custom shield plates is an alluring factor, even if I don't plan on wearing them in public.CONS:- Comfort seems to be hit or miss with people. Even with what I would consider small ears, they still feel somewhat cramped inside. Clamping pressure is strong out of the box, but with a little (gentle) bending and overnight placing on the product box to help stretch them out, this effect has been mostly calmed. I also wish they would have added a tiny bit more padding to the headband.-Sound was not good for me out of the box. With a decent amount of EQ tweaking, I think I have found a good balance that brings out punchy, strong bass, but reduces how muddy it first sounded to me.Overall, if you're considering the LP2's and can't afford to go to the M-100's, you will most likely be beyond satisfied. If you are planning on using these for gaming, make sure you buy from somewhere with a good return policy, as the comfort factor may be a deal breaker for you.UPDATE August 2017: My only flaw with these headphones, the comfort, became a non-issue after extended use. They continued to slightly shift to fit my head and I no longer get cramping on my left ear when wearing these. Occasionally the headband does fatigue the top of my head, but it is an uncommon occurrence and it can be fixed by slightly pushing the band forward or back on my head. Overall I definitely do recommend these headphones. They've held up great!4For discriminate ROCKERS !!V-MODA Crossfade LP2 headphones purposefully designed and not to be confused with other heavily fashion-marketed, color-coordinated plastic garbage!I am not a highly respected audio engineer, conversely I am merely a simple man that has spent 25+ years in an exhaustively expensive quest for great sound. For starters let me share some of my favorite bands that I used to evaluate these cans. I frequently listen to hard-rock bands such as Judas Priest, Godsmack, and Dream Theater to the more subdued Mark Knopfler, Adele and David Gilmore to electronica/techo of Depeche Mode, Madonna and Christina Aguilera. If you like this type of music, like it loud with bass, then...read on and buy these headphones.Merriam-Webster defines Discriminate as: to notice and understand that one thing is different from another thing: to recognize a difference between things.It bothers me when people do not discriminate especially when it comes to something as important as music. Unfortunately, in the past I too have failed to discriminate when selecting/purchasing audio gear. I have fallen victim to ostentatious product reviews and have allowed myself to be persuaded into believing that some products are perfect for all music. The old adage, you get what you pay for, is mostly true but the notion that a high price tag equals good sound quality can vary greatly with headphones and speakers, simply because musical taste varies greatly and headphone manufacturers cannot design a product for all tastes. I have owned at least a dozen pair of headphones over the years to include all the big label brands such as Sennheiser, Grado, AKG, Bose, Koss and Beyerdynamic. They were all great headphones, but they just did not perform to my tastes. V-MODA Crossfade LP2 s recreates the front row rock concert experience with deafening power and low end frequency response The standard goal of any speaker or headphone is to produce a flat frequency response, V-MODA s produce a standard loudness contour which is something I try to replicate via tone controls or equalizer settings on my home audio equipment. These are not headphones for studio recording/mixing, instead the frequency response favors a very human-centric appeal. That said these cans will provide a new level of enjoyment and appreciation for your music collection. I typically do not play music at excessive levels but as a test I really pushed these headphones with my Denon home audio pre-amp and then amplified through a FiiO A-3 headphone amp (great addition-more on that later). These headphones cannot be overwhelmed when played through a clean source. I have worn these headphones while physically mowing the lawn and been magically transported to the front row of a Volbeat concert. V-MODA Crossfade LP2 s recreates the front row rock concert experience with deafening power and low end frequency response. The isolation is so complete and sound quality so amazing you will lose yourself in an another dimension Isolation is the key to great sounding audio and something the engineers at V-MODA have accomplished. V-MODA s have a closed ear design which eliminates most external noise and distractions, in fact the isolation is so complete and sound quality so amazing you will lose yourself in an another dimension and become enveloped in the music. My family doesn t share the same love for rock music as I do and rarely allows me to play my speakers to the level I enjoy which was why I have been on a quest to find headphones that can produce high volume levels, excellent sound quality and not wake the neighbors with my late night music sessions. The V-MODA s come about as close to inner ear bud sound quality as it gets but with the ability to produce an incredible amount of distortion-less low end that can be felt.I will also provide a brief warning that should be heeded when listening to these headphones; I have enjoyed these headphones early in the morning while reading email and have been quite startled when my wife taps me on the shoulder. Additionally, I would encourage new users to break-in your headphones. Headphones and speakers all benefit from burn-in where music is played continuously for >20 hours. With headphones this is easy to achieve, simply plug them into a source and continuously play music at a moderate level. You will find the bass extension and sound quality smoother and more responsive.ConstructionOne complaint I have had with other high-end headphones is the deceptive appearance of quality manufacturing concealed in flimsy plastic construction or cheap construction concealed by the addition of external fashion accoutrements. I have the simplistic expectation that headphones costing >$100 should be well engineered, comfortable, durable and faithfully reproduce music. I understand the need to make headphones light and comfortable but it should not be purely with the goal of weigh savings thereby sacrificing durability. V-MODA has produced an incredibly well designed headphone with an aluminum padded headband, solid swivels and leather coverings.ComfortEven with the noticeable mass of these headphones they do not feel heavy. The aluminum headband keeps the headphones in place with a gentle snug fit. Typically closed ear headphones can be hot and exhausting especially after extended wear. At no time did I find these headphones uncomfortable even after 3+ hours of listening. That said I did opt for the XL ear pads which provides more room for your ears to fit inside the headphone without being compressed which may have something to do with the comfort I have experienced. Then again there are definitely gym headphones. You probably won t see V-MODA headphones around the neck of your favorite basketball player Another thing that has taken hold of the headphone market is this crazy notion that in order to be an amazing athlete you must have a pair of fashionable headphones around your neck, CRAZY! You probably won t see V-MODA headphones around the neck of your favorite basketball player because you are not paying for the marketing, you are paying for quality. That being said V-MOTA s are still highly customizable with interchangeable outer shells in a variety of colors.I put the included gun metal plates on to see how they looked and chose to keep the subdued flat black covers on. I prefer the purposeful industrial look of this product as if V-MODA owes its design cues to the stealth aircraft industry. Furthermore, the V-MOTA s are not overly large or distracting looking. Unlike some of headphones on the market that are insanely large with enormous pillows over each ear, if I saw someone wearing these at the airport I would not give them a second look.What s includedThe V-MODA Crossfade LP2 s includes an impressive hard shell case, two removable Kevlar wrapped cords; one 6 cord, a 4 cord with a microphone/mute controls and a 1/8 -1/4 adapter. You also get 2 extra gun metal outer shell covers.UpgradesI am not a fan of the included cords and opted for a shorter 3.5mm Auxiliary Audio Flat Cable with a 90 Degree Right Angle Compatible which works great for walking around with an iPod in your pocket. Additionally, I purchased a FiiO A-3 headphone amp and FiiO L9 L-Shaped Line Out Dock (LOD) Cable For iPod which makes a huge difference in the sound quality. The Crossfade LP2 s will play just fine through iPhones and iPods just not very loud. The amplifier increases the sound pressure and low end without having to push the solo iPod to the maximum limit which adds distortion and reduces battery life. The combination is a bit bulky but manageable. Clearly users of these headphones are not looking for super small portability and space savings, focusing more on sound quality I would hope?!ConclusionThere are a lot of headphones to choose from on the market and while there are some excellent highly marketed brands out there I would caution would-be buyers from buying purely on name, price or personal recommendation from anyone that likes different music than you. The V-MODA Crossfade LP2 s are not what I would consider an overly expensive investment for the tremendous return in sound quality. It would be difficult to find headphones anywhere that offer the level of customizability or durability found in the V-MODA Crossfade LP2. These are headphones that are built for portable high-end audio and truly transform with the addition of a headphone amplifier. Last, if you are looking for a pair of cans to rediscover your hard rock, dance or electronica/techno collection, look no further. In my opinion the V-MODA Crossfade LP2 are the best headphones for the money on the market today. Strap them on and disappear into a color saturated realm of blissful musical reproduction.5I am not surprised and glad the feel so good -Build quality, this is where I was impressed and most of the reviews spoke highly of the headset. I am not surprised and glad the feel so good, everything like the headphone jack snaps in solid with a good click. Cables are braided. Metal hinges and metal exchangable plates are cool too, I didn't know you get a silver set to change out with the black ones.-Sound, I'm not an expert with this stuff I was happy as can be with the sound, watching movies more that music however. All the mids, lows, and highs are clear. I won't get too far into things because this is not my realm of expertise-Comfort, this part is say isnt great but it ain't bad. I feel perfectly fine wearing them for hours with no issues or headaches, ear pain etc. So even the stock ear cups are more than adequate. I'm going to try my friends xl cup upgrades to see how they improve comfort levels before spending about 20 bucks . But if you have big ears you may find there's no choice, mine fill the whole inside up and touch the speaker end a bit. 5ummm I liked it a lot...for a little bitFirst week:5 stars. Was searching for a pair of headphones that would satisfy my desire for a massively bassy experience. I own other more detail-oriented headphones (HD650) and the MDRZ7s that are also quite bassy (though not quite as intense, which is good for it's own, specific purpose) along with some Beyerdynamics and Shure IEMs. Each set serves it's own purpose for me and the V-Moda's fit in now just perfectly for the more bass-intensive genres I listen to like vaporwave, trap, etc.A couple notes:- Durability: Compared to other headphones I have, they don't seem to be that "sturdy". We will see how durable they are with time and I will definitely update this with more details eventually. This is just based on feel and interacting with them for the past few days. I will say, I already dropped them on hardwood floors once and they are just fine, so I suppose they deserve some durability points for that.- Comfort: I suspect many people will not like the way these headphones fit. With my tiny ears, everything fits just fine. But those with larger ears, I think would benefit from trying them in person first if comfort is a deal-breaker. Others have pointed out the padding isn't that thick. Based on my experience, the padding is fine for me in terms of softness, but yes if I push in on the headphone can a little, I am able to feel my ear on the back of the headphone. One other thing I will note is that the clamp is quite a bit stronger than my other sets like the Amiron and the MDRZ7s. The clamp on these, for me, is more comparable to the HD650s which I had to get used to. For reference, I usually enjoy a nice, loose fit. These are not loose at all and I think my head is on the more average to small side of the spectrum.- Sound: If you're wanting a set that is for analytical listening, obviously look elsewhere. For me these are great for relaxed, mood producing listening. I've been heavy with the vaporwave for the past few days because these just envelop you in the hazy, retro, bassy, atmosphere of that genre.I will continue to update this review with time.11/17/18 Short Update:Changed to 4 stars since comfort has proven to be a consistent issue. I will likely be purchasing new ear pads soon. Durability has been fantastic, though. I keep dropping this pair of headphones for whatever reason (it s been at least 4 times now lol) and not a scratch or technical problem whatsoever. Sound is good, but was in a situation where I had to use these while working in my DAW recently and noticed just how inaccurate they are especially on the low end. I don t intend on using these as studio headphones when it can be avoided, but it s worth reiterating that these headphones are not for those looking for a flat experience.12/16/2018 update:3 starsSurprising turn of events, I'm not a *huge* fan of these anymore (or at least at the moment). First and most noticeable: comfort is just horrendous and I won't dwell on that again since I've said it above. But notably I have been out of town the majority of the time I have owned/used these and recently returned home where my headphone collection is. I started using some of my others again and the sound after using my MDRZ7s, for instance, is just not the best, at least for certain kinds of music and sounds. It seems hidden or like there's a veil or it's a little distant both when I'm listening to super-bassy music and non-bassy music. I definitely won't be using these anymore for anything that doesn't contain massive amounts of bass. If I want that "vibrating the entire intersection while waiting at the traffic light" kind of bass, yeah sure, I will use them to get to try to get that messy, vibrating deep bass in headphone form, otherwise not so much.Another development: discoloration has started ocurring in the headphone itself where my ear sits. I've never had this happen with a pair of headphones, which to me suggests my ear is always resting right on top of the fabric inside. I said earlier this didn't bother me because I didn't feel it really, but this has changed over time with more use. I feel my ear on the inside all the time now that I'm aware of it, which also doesn't help with comfort.Hope this helps someone, probably my last update.3Finally Headphones That Don't Mess AroundI've been buying several headphones for the last couple of years trying to find the perfect pair. While I don't feel my journey has ended I am enjoying this pair of headphones a lot. I have these paired with my Fiio e10k with the bass boost on and it's a really fun sound signature. These bring the bass that you can feel and not in an artificial way. They really shine playing my favorite genres of music which are EDM, Dance, and Pop. I also got the XL pads and can safely say that changing the stock pads to those did not hurt the sound signature and brought a better level of comfort. The only downside that I've had an issue with is that they get warm after a couple of hours so I have to switch out to one of my open back headphones after awhile. I'd also like to point out that there is a good value in what you get and the unboxing and presentation are a treat. They really went out of their way to deliver a top quality product and experience.4The LAST Pair of Headphones You'll Ever Need!!This is a video review from my YouTube ChannelFirst to give you some context, I have tested and listened to many, many different wired headphones such as: ATH-M50's, Bose, Beyerdynamic DT 990, Sennheiser HD 598, Sony MDR10R/MDR1R and so on. So I have a real good idea of what you generally get sound, comfort and feature wise at different price points.For the money, these V-MODA's are an incredible value!In my video review you'll see me talk about:1. Sound Quality2. Comfort3. Who these are best suited for4. Durability & Build QualityIf you want to hear me go into more detail about the sound quality, see an unboxing and hear a live sound leak test then refer to my original YouTube video as I wasn't able to keep the full length here.These are the perfect all-purpose pair of wired headphones, particularly for those who love bass. They have a distinctive, stylish look that you can customize. They're built like a tank so if they'll last forever even if your hard on headphones. They barely leak any sound so they're great for taking to the library or using around the office. And although they're not noise-cancelation headphones, they still do a great job of blocking out noise even to the point of being able to use these to block out airplane noise.Unless you're looking to spend over $300, these are one of the best wired headphones you can get at or around this price point.ENJOY the video!PS - You should totally subscribe to my YouTube Channel youtu.be/lYQPrR0uDxM5Static/electric shockThese headphones sound pretty good, but the pair I got was defective. I've been shocked a couple of times by them, plugged into my laptop. Plugged into my iphone I get a lot of static and interference if I move around. Not sure if it's just the cable or the headphones themselves but something is definitely off. I don't see anything externally that indicates that they are damaged in some way.Luckily this started happening the last day I was eligible to return them back to Amazon, so I requested another pair. We'll see if the new pair work better. If they do I'll update my review accordingly.UPDATE: The replaced pair worked for about 6 months and then started doing the same thing. Bumped my review down to one star.1
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