May 17, 2013
The V-Moda Crossafade headphones have been reviewed by many sources, and I’m beginning to see why they have gotten pretty good reviews. For one, the design is kind of cool. Disregarding performance for now, they aren’t circular or elliptical shaped, they are sort of an oval hexagonal shape which is rare to see. Even though they have somewhat of a bulky cup, the headband is attached to the cans themselves using a wired sort of system, which explains how such big headphones are able to be stored and carried when not in use. This review comes from Audioholics so they tests are likely to be done with much more scrutiny than a DJ website or the like.
They have pointed out that these are actually noise cancelling headphones that work without needing any extra source of power, like many other models I have seen before. Drivers are quite large on …
April 28, 2013
American Audio isn’t the first company that comes to your head when you think of DJ devices and DJ products. They do happen to have a wide range of gear that touches everything from lighting to digital decks – but they don’t have a real foothold over the market when it comes to mixers or headphones. Still, they have items that have been brought to market, and like any other gear company, they seek to improve where they have left off. Their ETR-100 headphones do not have any sort of unique design that we haven’t seen before – but this is something to be noted.
They share the shape and design of the older Sony series headphones, with swiveling cups and a rather thick head/neck band. Drivers are large on this over the ear setup and it looks to be built with overall comfort in mind. While they aren’t …