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  1. And now the Forza Metallo's lower-cost brother, the Forza Sport Hybrid. Costing $30 USD less than the Metallo and featuring moisture resistance, you might not expect it to be made as well or sound as good. I found the great bass to be about the same with each, although down around 16 hz this Sport Hybrid is slightly less Earth-shaking. Mids are similar, but the treble difference affects the mids somewhat. Using the same medium-large eartips on each, this Sport Hybrid is brighter by a few decibels. Your mileage may vary, according to eartips, ear canals, etc. V-MODA Forza Sport Hybrid In-Ear (IEM) Stereo Earphone review by Dale | Headphones Hangout Forum
  2. I've reviewed IEM's before, ranking from "well worth consideration" to "among the very best". This v-moda Forza Metallo is in the latter category, and it's inexpensive (my favorite word). V-MODA Forza Metallo In-Ear (IEM) Stereo Earphone review | Headphones Hangout Forum
  3. Here's the perfect thing for an after-Thanksgiving purchase. A really, really good earphone, which BTW sounds a lot like the V-MODA M100 and Wireless. V-MODA 'Zn' In-Ear/Ear-Canal Earphone/IEM review | Headphones Hangout Forum
  4. My first wireless headphone that worked well. Perfectly in fact. Add to that the sound is essentially the same wired or wireless. And the sound is mighty good. V-MODA Wireless Around-Ear Bluetooth Stereo Headphone review | Headphones Hangout Forum
  5. I didn't buy the LP2 the first time around, but since the discounts are really good now I did snag one, in matte black. I was expecting a different sound from the 'LP' (now discontinued), but apparently the latest of the LP's was updated to the newer signature at some point, so I have both headphones in very different colors. I added text to my 'LP' template here, partly to differentiate the 2 headphones, and partly to comment on reviews I've read that got the bass response wrong (in my opinion). Video, photos, and text here: V-MODA 'LP2' Around-Ear Stereo Headphone review
  6. Here is a headphone that I missed on the original release, but are now being closed out at amazing prices, in the U.S. at least. It's dark, it's bassy, and the details are in the review. I love how comfortable this is, in spite of using the standard earpads. From all I can see, the physical quality is the same as the pricy M100, although the tuning is decidedly different. I ordered from v-moda direct (although it was cheaper on Amazon), so I was able to customize the side earplates. V-MODA 'LP' Around-Ear (yet portable) Stereo Headphone review
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