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I work in a skate shop that sells Skullcandy headphones, and I get 50% off everything there. Out of curiosity, I bought a pair of the Navigator headphones (retail $99, considered the Avaitor's little brother) and I must say that they are very decent headphones for tossing around/on the go/longboarding. Comfort is very good, and sound is much better than I expected. best soundstage out of any Skullcandy product I've ever heard, and the mids arent actually half bad. probably not worth the full $99, when the M-Audio Q40 can be had for $120, but I do intend to keep them.

post #137 of 137

Think of the headphones like skateboard brands...Skullcandy is a walmart deck. In lack of a better comparison, Skullcandy is like taco bell quality, Grado's are taco johns (taco bell is ****ty imo)

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