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Old 21st March 2017, 04:10 AM   #1
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Default V-Moda Crossfie M100 connector not for audiophiles!

The V-Moda M100 headphone has two cables with TRRS to TRS plug, one of which is for using with mobile phones with the mic. The TRS goes to the headphone in both the cables. and the cable meant for audio, it's TRRS has no connection to the S point. So, this headphone cannot be connected to an audio source(PC) with a TRS connector found in most audio systems.

Looks like the headphone was not supposed to be for audiophiles.


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