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If your plan is to use the SLYR with a PS3 or Xbox 360 console, however, you need to first take a look at the way you have your console(s) set up. The SLYR uses pass-thru RCA audio connectors to piggyback onto the audio connections between your PS3 or Xbox 360 and your television. This is fine... if you actually use normal stereo audio connectors (RCA) to connect your console(s) sound. While it's true (as far as I am aware) that all versions of the PS3 and Xbox 360 include cables that offer stereo...
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.
£29.99
Uprock...These headphones are very comfy, and the sound is good for the price, the tangle free wire is epic and you can wear the headphones without them wrecking your head, if you want a cheep but good pair of headphones these are for you.
Unlike the previously mentioned Astro Gaming A30 and A40 headsets, the PLYR 2 headsets do not need a separate wireless adapter in order to function wirelessly. Instead, they are built into the headset itself, similar to the new A50 headsets. All you need to do it connect the wireless receiver to your TV and gaming console and you’re pretty much set to use them. On the wireless receiver, you need to plug in the audio cables first that connect to your television set that goes between the audio cable...
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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
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 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...
The Crusher is crafted from premium materials and engineered for superior fit, comfort and durability. Details include a flexible headband, as well as an amplifier and battery in the ear to drive the level-adjustable subwoofer. An auto-off smart circuit senses when the music has stopped, automatically turning off the amp and improving battery life while removing the need for a power switch. Finally, removable cables and collapsible earcups make for easy stashing in the satin travel bag. Finished...
It’s fair to say that some were initially worried when Skullcandy became a publicly traded company – fearing they would focus on profit margins instead of the form and function of product. Yet, since going public, Skullcandy has stayed the course in progressing the industry by creating mobile art with high-end sound; and the freshly released Cassette stands as a testament.
The MMMs have some very cool DJ-specific features, my favorite being a trick that switches the headphones from stereo to mono when you twist one of the earpads, dumping both the right and left channels into the driver that’s still over your ear. This is handy for beat matching or cueing up a crossfade, as it gives you a better idea of how well the track you’ve got on deck will sit with the track that’s currently playing. To that end, there’s also a mute switch nestled into one of the ear cups that...
I tested the 50/50’s audio performance in a variety of settings (home, office, street, and bus) listening to both compressed and lossless music. I used the 50/50 directly out of my iPhone’s headphone jack as well as through a HeadRoom Total BitHead headphone amplifier. Listening to the 50/50, there was no doubt that the headset was designed to focus on bass. In terms of pure bass volume, they beat out other bass-heavy models such as the Radius Atomic Bass (), Klipsch Image S4i (), and V-moda Vibe...
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...
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...
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...
If your plan is to use the SLYR with a PS3 or Xbox 360 console, however, you need to first take a look at the way you have your console(s) set up. The SLYR uses pass-thru RCA audio connectors to piggyback onto the audio connections between your PS3 or Xbox 360 and your television. This is fine... if you actually use normal stereo audio connectors (RCA) to connect your console(s) sound. While it's true (as far as I am aware) that all versions of the PS3 and Xbox 360 include cables that offer stereo...
Problem: You’re plagued with odd shaped ear canals that aren’t perfectly round (don’t worry, it turns out we all are). If you’re using standard buds, it’s like shoving a circular peg into a square hole. Solution: Off-axis technology born out of our responsibility to make something that fits your oval ear canals. It provides an angled port into your ear, optimizing comfort, stability, acoustic performance and driver size; exactly like putting an oval peg into an oval hole.
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