We have currently reviewed 3 V-Moda headphones. They're a fashion-forward brand with sturdy and durable headphone designs for everyday use.
Compared to other brands
- Sturdy Build Quality. Most of V-Moda's lineup are well-built and durable headphones with a lot of premium materials in their design. The headbands and ear cups are typically a good combination of metal and high-grade plastic and they're usually flexible enough to not break even if you twist the headphones at odd angles.
- Stylish Looking Designs. V-Moda headphones are popular due in parts to their fashion-forward design while maintaining a sturdy build quality. They are eye-catching headphones with a unique look that won't be mistaken for another brand.
- Above-average Sound Quality. We have yet to review all of V-Moda's line up, but the few that we've tested have a better than average sound with a good bass. They won't be the ideal headphones for critical listening, but they have a good enough sound quality to satisfy most listeners.
- Expensive. The V-Moda headphones are pricier than the competition for what they have to offer. Granted they have a more premium design than most mid-range headphones, but compared to other popular brands they are a little overpriced for their feature set and sound quality.
- Lacking in Features. The V-Moda headphones typically lack in features when compared to other headphones in the same price range. They don't have noise cancellation or a companion app to let you customize the sound profile to your liking. They don't have any cool or unique active features to make them stand out of the pack.
Overall, V-Moda makes sleek and sturdy headphones with durable and premium materials used in their build quality. They stand out thanks to their unique designs and they have a better than average sound. However, they lack a bit of detail and clarity for more critical listeners and they're a bit expensive for what they have to offer. They don't have as many features as comparably priced headphones, so they won't be as versatile for all use cases.
Best V-Moda Headphones
V-Moda has a slightly unorthodox naming convention for their headphones, but they are mostly split into three categories.
- Crossfade = Closed over-ears with a wireless variation. They're mostly for critical listening and everyday casual use.
- Forza = The in-ear line up with a wireless variation.
- XS = The on-ear line-up with a more compact format of the iconic V-Moda design.
Best V-Moda Headphones for mixed usage
Usage Ratings -
The Crossfade 2 wireless are the best-mixed usage headphones from V-Moda that we've reviewed so far. They have the iconic V-Moda look with a durable yet flexible design, and they're a bit more comfortable than the other V-Moda headphones thanks to the thicker padding on their ear cups. They're also wireless without sacrificing the sound quality of the wired variation (the Crossfade M-100). Unfortunately, they're a bit pricey and don't have as many features as some other similarly priced headphones, which is a bit disappointing.
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V-Moda is a fashion-forward brand that makes durable yet sleek-looking headphones. They're not as practical as other similarly priced models from other brands, but they offer a unique design that also delivers in the sound department. If you like stylish-looking headsets and you don't mind spending a little more for the unique design, then the V-Moda headphones are a good option. They won't break easily and they sound sufficiently good for most listeners.
See our recommendations for the best headphones under $400.