The V-MODA Crossfade M-80 is an exceptionally well built set of noise isolating cans with superb sound and distinctive styling. We loved them here at Android Police when we reviewed them after they launched back in 2012 and that adoration has only grown as the price has decreased over the past of couple years.
Today you can grab a pair of these sweet headphones for just $80 at Amazon or BestBuy, about half of what they normally sell for. That matches the best price we have ever seen on the M-80 and is a killer deal. If you need some new headphones (or just really want some) you shouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger.
You have your pick of two different color variations, black/red or silver/white. Read More
A few years have passed since we reviewed the V-MODA Crossfade M-80 headphones, so we understand if you're not familiar with the verdict. Tl;dr, they're good. These things were a compelling buy at over $200, and now you can get them for a more tantalizing price of $80 from Amazon and Best Buy.
We last saw the headphones crop up at this price just before Christmas, but it was a one-day Amazon sale. This time you can pick the goods up from more than one place. Amazon's there if you want fast shipping. Best Buy lets you pick up the headphones in-store and use PayPal if you're into that sort of thing. Read More
V-MODA's Crossfade M-80 headphones are discounted all the way to $79.99, a whopping $150 savings from their retail price. These are top-of-the-line headphones that are arguably worth shelling out for when they are $230, making this deal hard to pass up if you are in the market for some great cans. It is a one-day Amazon Gold Box deal, though, so you'll have to snatch them up quickly before Amazon runs out of stock. While this isn't the first time they have been discounted, this is the lowest price they have ever been, according to CamelCamelCamel. Read More
In the mobile world, there are a few things that are absolutely clutch to a good experience: a good phone or tablet (that's a given), a set of go-to apps, and a good set of headphones or earbuds. Not the crap that your phone may have shipped with or some knock-off junk available at the local Target for $23, but some high-quality speakers for your head. If you've never owned a good set of over-the-ear headphones, then you're missing out on what a great audio experience can be like. Fortunately for you, we happen to have three sets of the kickass V-Moda Crossfade M-100s to give away today. Read More
Anyone who's shopped with Amazon for a while should know that occasionally the site has some really appealing deals offered through its Gold Box page. Today, that deal is good for 65% off a pair of V-MODA Crossfade LP Over-Ear Noise-Isolating metal headphones. We saw these in the Gold Box just a few months ago for $74.99, but today's deal brings them all the way down to $69.99 from their normal $199.99 price on Amazon.
If you're in the market for high quality headphones to go with your favorite Android device, these are still a great option. V-MODA touts the ruggedness of the headphones with their Immortal Life program, offering a 50% discount on replacements if the headphones happen to somehow break. Read More
V-Moda has been climbing the accessory maker charts lately with stylish (if divisive) designs for headphones and phone cases. The company's first foray into Android is the METALLO case for the Galaxy S III. The all-metal design (probably high-density aluminum) is unique, changing the shape of the phone and making it dockable with an extra amplifier/battery pack accessory. It's also one of the more expensive case options out there, starting at $101 for the frame, backplate and screen protector.
The METALLO case reshapes the GSIII, changing its soft corners into a sharper oblong rectangle with rounded sides. Protection for all sides is complete, save for some vanity panels on the back. Read More
Most headphones are relatively straightforward. They're usually built around a simple metal or plastic frame, have leather or pleather ear pads, and if you're lucky, are comfortable. Hopefully they sound good, too. What they aren't, usually, is bendable or droppable. Nor do they have Kevlar-coated cables, steel frames, or military-level testing.
That's exactly what makes the M-80's so unique. That military testing certainly means they're durable, but with a $230 price tag, you would hope they sound great, too.
- On-ear noise isolating headphones
- 40mm dual-diaphragm drivers
- Two detachable Kevlar-wrapped headphone cables - a 3-button and a 1-button, both with 24k gold 45° plugs
- Flexible steel headband, brushed aluminum cans
- Microfiber suede covering the headband, memory foam on the headphones
- Hard rubberized carrying case
- They sound absolutely fantastic.