“ To start off, these aren't my cans. They were a gift to my brother and he wanted my to review them for him, and I must say that I am pleasantly surprised with this remake of the Hesh. I owned the previous model of the Hesh and they weren't great, but the Hesh 2.0 bring a pleasant SS similar to the DT770. Not the SAME SS, but it has that U-shaped sound curve the Beyer's are famous for. ...” --KodaO
“Design ####### These headphones are a poorly designed mess. The construction consists of a large memory foam ring ontop of the drivers, with fabric sown around the memory foam and a thinner layer of fabric above the sound hole to transmit the actual sound. This design causes many problems. First off, the "memory" foam, isn't that soft at all, and it's thick dimensions combined with...” --FatherCat64
“Audio Quality For people who like bass, it has a good but not overpowering quantity, but can lack in clarity and quality. However, it has a relatively good sub-bass for headphones within the price range. The upper mids / lower treble is very quiet. The treble is very veiled, which makes it difficult to cut through the bass. The audio is overall very muddy, and so these...” --adisib
“ My Sennheiser HD229's were stolen, so I needed something fast to tide me over until I could save up for another pair of Sennheisers (probably something in the HD4xx-5xx range) and happened to be, of all places, at a big chain U.S. pharmacy picking up a prescription and behind the register was a nice big red SALE sign advertising $10 off the Skullcandy 2XL Shakedown headphones, and since they...” --brerlapin
The ultra light, sport Skullcandy Recruit Headphones have never been more dialed. The Recruit is armed with a super powerful 30mm audio driver for crystal clear sound. With a specially designed double headband for exact fit and an overall weight of less than 45 grams, the Recruit will never slow you down.
Skullcandy SGITBZ-82 Paul Frank Scurvy Icon2 Headphone, Black/White