Quote from review: "V-Moda, if you're not familiar with them, is a Hollywood, CA based company that is in the business of merging style, fashion and sound technology into super-hip products they think we will be proud to wear. Sound familiar? It should because the "street-style" approach to making headphones has caught on in a big way. Do a quick search on "stylish headphones" and you're likely to see a lot of new names replacing industry heavyweights like Sennheiser, Grado and Audio-Technica. A generation of iPod listeners has moved passed the honeymoon period with their portable players. Now that just about everyone has an iPod or musicphone, they demand accessories that are as much about making a style statement as they are about making sound. Here, we review the Crossfade LP headphones that V-Moda dubs "audio art". We test them to see how they hold up to the audio portion of that designation."
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