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Listen to Just the Music with the V-Moda Vibe Earbuds

- 2008.09.05

Rating: 4 out of 4

When you're jammin' to your iPod or MP3 player, do you find yourself missing some of the highs and lows you're supposed to be hearing? Are the stock earbuds not cutting it? Do you wish you had some that were better?

Look no further than the Vibe earbuds from V-Moda, which I recently reviewed.

V-Moda Vibe earbuds

Upon first look at the Vibe earbuds, you can clearly see the attention to detail V-Moda put into not only the earbuds but also the leather pouch. The Vibe earbuds have a very elegant look to them. I have the ones with the chrome accent to them. The leather pouch is very well made and is a perfect way to carry and protect them when not in use.

You'll also find ear fittings made of silicone in different sizes, a mix of clear and black ones designed to create a comfortable seal, as these are noise reducing earbuds.

How do they sound? In a word, rich!

The treble is just enough, and the bass isn't too heavy. The Vibe earbuds use the BLISS technology for noise cancellation. You'll hear parts to your music you wouldn't have heard before - simply amazing!

You'll also find it has something called a modawrap that effectively manages your cables to keep them from tangling.

These earbuds are very light as well, so much in fact, you'll barely notice they're in your ears.

How much will the Vibe earbuds cost? $101. These aren't cheap by any stretch of the imagination, but for quality earbuds, if you have the money, unleash the true sound of your music!

I give them 4 out of 4 Macs. LEM

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