V-Moda Zn Review – Vibrant Bass Meets Secure Design

If you’re looking for a high-end pair of earphones that fits into your ear canal with a secure fit, then the V-Moda Zn might be your primary option. It should be noted, however, that V-Moda is primarily known for creating over-the-ear and on-ear headphones, so this particular pair might be quite refreshing. At its price point, it places itself in direct competition with many high-quality in-ear headphones on the market, and for the most part, it succeeds in standing out from the rest.

V-Moda Zn Review - Vibrant Bass Meets Secure Design

The V-Moda Zn Might Become Your Favorite Pair of In-Ear Headphones

When it comes to the design, the V-Moda Zn is made out of a zinc alloy housing, and the casing secures the 8-millimeter drivers found within. These drivers fire the audio through silicone eartips that will be lodged into your ear canal. There is also a Kevlar-reinforced cable that has a unique diamondback pattern. Because of this design choice, it is able to complement the metallic and black surfaces of the earpieces. Speaking of the cable, it is also a bit tangle resistant, and it also house the remote control.

Speaking of the inline remote control, it will be located roughly at chin level, and it can be found at the right ear’s cable. It is able to let users take control of their tracks with the three buttons found on it. It can also be used for call management through the central multi-function button.

The standard packaging of the Zn comes with a generous amount of 8 pairs of eartips, which have color-coded centers depending on their size. The package also comes with a shirt clip, so that the cable doesn’t move around all over the place when you’re out and about. However, it should be noted that the earphones are not waterproof nor is it designed for working out.

Play some tracks with the V-Moda Zn and you will be met with deep bass into the mix, which does give you an idea on what kind of audio signature the pair of headphones can deliver. If you fear that the bass levels can come out to be a bit too thunderous (which is the problem for many bass-boosted headphones), fear not as the lower frequencies are vibrant. While it is certainly boosted, the bass is retained at the right level so that you will still be able to enjoy the other parts of the audio spectrum. Ultimately, this might be an excellent choice for those who want a lot of bass in their tracks. For those who want purer sound, you might want to look somewhere else.


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