V-Moda Crossfade Custom Program
V-Moda unveils Crossfade Customs, a personalization option for its over-ear headphone, the Crossfade LP.
The V-Moda Customs Program lets you choose from six plate color options, four unique engraved designs with custom text on a choice of four base frames.
Initial designs include a numbered jersey, crown, skull snake, and vinyl immortal angel logo. Colors available for the metal Crossfade LP plates are Gold, Black, Gunmetal, Pink, Purple and Red. The custom headphones will arrive ready-to-wear according to the buyer’s specifications, the company says.
The Crossfade LP features a 50mm dual-diaphragm driver, memory foam ear-cushions, metal memory headband and "V-ANGLE" design. Each pair includes an exoskeleton hard case, soft cleaning cloth, 24K gold plugs, as well as both an audio only and three-button remote Kevlar cables.
Pricing & Availability
For a limited time, the Crossfade Custom Program will be included with every new Crossfade LP ($199.99) when purchased direct from V-Moda’s website.
For more information or to purchase, visit www.vmoda.com/customs.
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