Skullcandy

Is this your shop? Control your presence on Shopwiki by opening a free account on Merchant Fusion!
Sample Offers
Next up I put on some Maroon 5 — just kidding. I needed some bass and the most bass-filled track that has become my go-to song for headphone reviews is “R2D2″ by Service Lab off their R2D2 EP. I was a little disappointed by the bass levels here. The bass was clean, but I could tell wasn’t coming through with all its intensity. I held my hands to the headphones, squeezing them to my head and the bass increased and then I was impressed as it was really sharp and didn’t distort anything. And this difference...
One day I was at work, and realized that I had forgotten my headphones. So I drove to Target, which was closer than my house, to buy another pair. That’s how much those headphones rocked. When my MP3 player got stolen, I was more disappointed because of the flat cord Skullcandy headphones that were with it. I bought another pair, but had to settle for the rasta-colored ones because they were out of blue. Up until recently I’ve been using a pair of Skullcandy Titans, which have a fabric cord, something...
One day I was at work, and realized that I had forgotten my headphones. So I drove to Target, which was closer than my house, to buy another pair. That’s how much those headphones rocked. When my MP3 player got stolen, I was more disappointed because of the flat cord Skullcandy headphones that were with it. I bought another pair, but had to settle for the rasta-colored ones because they were out of blue. Up until recently I’ve been using a pair of Skullcandy Titans, which have a fabric cord, something...
PLYR 1 coming in either Black or White starts off with having a really unique look to them. Instead of just a plain ole solid color bland design, the PLYR 1 comes with a very cool graphic design across the headset. Then there is the design of the headset itself, which looks split in to piece right above the ear cup. And wrapping up the look is the SkullCandy logo on the outside of the ear cup which is small, and on the inside of the ear cup, but larger but not overbearing in anyway. All in all SkullCandy...
The best thing they have going for them is their level of isolation. For listening anywhere with a significant amount of background noise, the sealed fit is superior. The 50/50s come with three sizes of silicone tips, and the smalls provided a snug and comfortable fit even for my small ear canals. The construction is sturdier than most in this range, as well. -- Christina Bonnington
The best thing they have going for them is their level of isolation. For listening anywhere with a significant amount of background noise, the sealed fit is superior. The 50/50s come with three sizes of silicone tips, and the smalls provided a snug and comfortable fit even for my small ear canals. The construction is sturdier than most in this range, as well. -- Christina Bonnington
are Skullcandy's new mainstream designed $100 pair of plastic constructed, closed back cans. But these aren't just another pair of headphones, because the Crusher features an independent vibrating driver which is supposed to deliver that extra bit of THUMP right beside the 40mm speaker driver in both ear cups. Much like a tweeter and woofer setup, but not quite. Users will be able to adjust the intensity of the vibration using the on-board control. This interesting setup should help the Crusher pump...
Sporting twin 40mm ear exciters, tangle-free flat cable, and a mixed material finish for extra machismo, the Skullcandy Uprock boosts the street cred of any street gang.
One day I was at work, and realized that I had forgotten my headphones. So I drove to Target, which was closer than my house, to buy another pair. That’s how much those headphones rocked. When my MP3 player got stolen, I was more disappointed because of the flat cord Skullcandy headphones that were with it. I bought another pair, but had to settle for the rasta-colored ones because they were out of blue. Up until recently I’ve been using a pair of Skullcandy Titans, which have a fabric cord, something...
FC Barcelona products are only eligible for purchase and shipping in the following countries: Spain, Italy, Germany, UK, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, and Andorra
If you insist on listening to music after (or during) a gnarly day on the slopes, these musical earmuffs might appeal to you. With a high maximum volume and decent tracking, these over-ear headphones can provide a bumpin' soundtrack while you think about how extreme you were out on the hill.
Next up I put on some Maroon 5 — just kidding. I needed some bass and the most bass-filled track that has become my go-to song for headphone reviews is “R2D2″ by Service Lab off their R2D2 EP. I was a little disappointed by the bass levels here. The bass was clean, but I could tell wasn’t coming through with all its intensity. I held my hands to the headphones, squeezing them to my head and the bass increased and then I was impressed as it was really sharp and didn’t distort anything. And this difference...
FC Barcelona products are only eligible for purchase and shipping in the following countries: Spain, Italy, Germany, UK, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, and Andorra
Sporting twin 40mm ear exciters, tangle-free flat cable, and a mixed material finish for extra machismo, the Skullcandy Uprock boosts the street cred of any street gang.
Measurements: The Hesh 2.0’s frequency response is definitely tilted toward the bass and lower midrange; treble response rolls off pretty fast above 2 kHz. Adding 70 ohms output impedance to the V-Can’s 5 ohms to simulate the effects of using a low-quality amplifier had only a mild effect, boosting bass by +1 to +1.5 dB below 60 Hz. Total harmonic distortion (THD) is rather high, hitting 7% at 20 Hz at 80 dBA and really spiking below 45 Hz at 100 dBA. (I know the measurement looks weird, but I repeated...
* In-Line Mic. * Speaker Diameter: 9mm. * Tactical Rubber Housing. * 2 Silicone Gel Sizes. * Hard Case for Travel.
Bass response is on par with headphones in this price range. The Knife's "Silent Shout," which has tremendous low end, can be played at maximum volume without serious distortion. Occasionally, I heard the synth drum hits distort slightly, but only at the very highest level, and even this was minor. At normal-to-loud listening levels, the Aviator has no problem reproducing heavy bass, but the treble can often be too bright and intense. Ironically, on Jay-Z's "99 Problems", this is one problem that...
You may have noticed that the Navigator's box has the phrase "Supreme Sound" on it. As we touched on earlier, Skullcandy's been using this as a motto to highlight its focus on better audio quality -- and not just making fashionable headgear. That in mind, we're happy to report that the cans sound solid for the price point. The voicing is expectedly on the slightly muddy side of things with a very narrow soundstage, but the tonality is mostly smooth (read: not extremely harsh or fatiguing). Better...
You run the show. Manage your calls, playlists and your best friend Siri remotely using our single-button in-line Mic+Remote (Mic1). Answer the calls you want, end those you don’t. Play your favorite song, pause it, or skip right through and be on to the next one (tell ‘em Jay). Voice commands welcome, too.
FC Barcelona products are only eligible for purchase and shipping in the following countries: Spain, Italy, Germany, UK, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, and Andorra
Check out the Skullcandy Ski Team's favorite headphones for the X Games.
The best thing they have going for them is their level of isolation. For listening anywhere with a significant amount of background noise, the sealed fit is superior. The 50/50s come with three sizes of silicone tips, and the smalls provided a snug and comfortable fit even for my small ear canals. The construction is sturdier than most in this range, as well. -- Christina Bonnington
Truth be told, I don’t feel transported to a higher plane of audio ecstasy with these things on my head, but sound quality isn’t bad by any means. I’ve been running around with an older set of Bose over-the-ears for the past few weeks and it’s hard to compete with those noise-cancelling beasts. When I put the Bose cans over my ears, all the excess sound instantly disappears. I’m in my own little suction cup of silence, until I turn on the tunes, at which point I can feel the bass buzzing through...
Ratings and Reviews