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V-Moda vamps out another set of headphones with the Revamp

V-Moda vamps out another set of headphones with the Revamp

I have used V-Moda headphones in the past and I can say from experience that they sound really good. I am not a big fan of over the ear headphones though. I prefer the in-ear style that can block sound and have a remote for my iPhone as well. V-Moda has added a new set of headphones to its True Blood branded line to go along with the V-80 True Blood headphones that we talked about a while back.

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V-Moda unveils new Crossfade Customs Program

V-Moda unveils new Crossfade Customs Program

V-Moda has been offering the cool Crossfade headphones for a while now. Back in August of 2010, they added a couple new colors to the mix for users to choose from. The big issue for some with these headphones is that the style is a bit out there. V-Moda has announced a new customs program that will let you customize the headphones more to your personal taste.

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V-Moda unveils new Vibrato in-ear earphones

V-Moda unveils new Vibrato in-ear earphones

V-Moda has unveiled a new set of earphones that are available right now in Apple stores around the country. The headphones are called the vibrato and are made from Zinc Alloy and have a Kevlar fabric cable with a 3-button remote control and a mic. That mic means that the earphones are compatible with the iPhone and other music phones for making calls.

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V-MODA Announces Headphone Upgrade Plan

V-MODA Announces Headphone Upgrade Plan

There are plenty of headphones out there to choose from. And, through our review of a pair of V-MODA's offerings, we can say that the company does indeed make a pair that are worthy of your attention. And obviously V-MODA wouldn't mind if you took a look at their product, especially if it means you buy them. That's why this new headphone upgrade program is a good idea. Do a little bit of work, and you could be seeing some price cuts to your next pair of headphones.

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V-MODA Crossfade LP Adds Red and Purple Colors to Line-Up

V-MODA Crossfade LP Adds Red and Purple Colors to Line-Up

When a product launches, no matter how cool it may look or sound, sometimes it just doesn't come in a color you want. We're sure a lot of folks out there who wanted the iPhone 4 in white know all about that. That's why we're always glad to see companies and manufacturers bolster their current product line-up with more colors and options. When V-MODA launched the Crossfade LP headphones (see our review right here), they came in Gunmetal Black, White Pearl, and Phantom Chrome. Now you can welcome Rouge and Nero into the family.

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V-MODA Crossfade LP Review

V-MODA Crossfade LP Review

"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 they are audibly, V-MODA reckon they're the product of four years work and untold collaboration with music industry pros. The company also claims they're the ultimate in versatility; we slotted in our favourite Val Doonican cassette to find out.

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V-MODA drops high-end Crossfade LP headphones

V-MODA drops high-end Crossfade LP headphones

When it comes to headphones, there are a bunch of different styles that you can choose from to meet your individual needs and tastes. V-MODA makes some very nice headphones that offer good sound quality and look really cool as well. The latest offering from V-MODA is the Crossfade LP headphones.

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iPod shuffle “control chip” not DRM, just more licensing

iPod shuffle “control chip” not DRM, just more licensing

After speculation that Apple was using the new iPod shuffle 4GB to launch an "authentication chip" which only licensed headphones would offer, Apple themselves and a number of third-party accessory manufacturers have spoken up about the smallest iPod's hardware.  V-moda, Monster Cable and Scosche have all described it as a "control chip", which uses the microphone channel in the four-channel headphones to send multiple commands: play, pause, volume control and more.

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