V-MODA has been at the forefront of bringing headphones to consumers with laser-engraved shields for years now. Fully customizable and brandable, the M-100 Crossfades are a top choice among touring and performing DJs on both international and local levels. Now the headphone company of choice for many working DJs is reinventing itself with the introduction of custom 3D printed shields in a variety of materials. Ranging from $200-$40,000 you can choose to customize your cans with stainless steel, raw, plated, or even precious metals like gold and platinum.
“This new offering is not merely a game changer, it is the first time in history mass customization merges jewel-grade 3D printing with consumer electronics,” says Val Kolton, CEO of V-MODA. “Additive manufacturing for wearable technology is not only a product, but a 360-degree service and paradigm-shift fordesignand manufacturing. 3D printing has captured the imaginations of people, but this is the first application that can be worn every day on an award-winning product. This technology ends the ubiquity of carbon copy, plastic consumer electronics and ushers in an era of bespoke designs and metals that transform products into hand-crafted designer relics.”
Avicii, Martin Garrix, Pete Tong, Cosmic Gate, Funkagenda, and MAKJ are just a few of the big names sporting this brand in the studio as well as in the DJ booth. Your EDM took an in-depth look at the M100 Crossfades and XS to give our readers a better understanding on why these cans are so popular. Now they are even cheaper with the M100’s available through the manufacturer for $270, and the XS at $200.
In less than a year the XS received Editor’s Choice Awards from Reviewed, Digital Trends, Tom’s Guide, SoundGuys, recommendations from USA TODAY and garnered 4 stars from CNET. Avicii, Tiesto, and Cedric Gervais are just a few of the amazing producers who have all donned headphones from the award winning brand.