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post #16 of 21
Why is this one in the Member's Lounge? Hummm
Anyway, read up on Skullcandy and you see that its not a highly regarded brand around here. Enough said.
post #17 of 21

 

hey im new to the headphone world and ended up buying d skullcrusher. . d sound quality nd d loudness is a bit low for my taste. . can i use an amp fr it nd increase d sound quality???
thanks alot fr d help. .

post #18 of 21

Brainwavz M2's are a pretty standard go to model for ~50.  They're bassy, don't do anything wrong, and are great value.

If you want some cheap headphones just get the Meelec M9's.  They're usually around $10 and are better than every single in ear that skullcandy makes.

post #19 of 21

I have tried the hesh but not the skullcrushers. The hesh sound distant and although the sound is well rounded it does not deliver the impact and leaves you wanting more. Save £40 more and get the Grado sr60i or Grado sr80i. Skullcandy are more fashion headphones than sound. Hope this helps :)

post #20 of 21

Way to ressurect a 4 year old thread guys :0

 

Oh well, does a mod want to lock this or something?

post #21 of 21

Get the aviator, it sounds way better than those 2 you'd listed.

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