My nephew has a pair of rastafarian looking Skullcandy's...they were horrible. Muddy mids, No bass impact or extension. No highs. Just a brick wall of bad sound. I don't remember ever hearing worse. What's really sad is that my nephew claimed that he could hear no difference between those and my D2000's. I guess it could be a good thing... he won't have to worry about getting bitten by the audio bug and spending too much on gear.
I never understood why people liked the skullcandy 1.0 sound.
Weak bass that gets you nowhere, recessed mids, terrible all around. And they were weak on sound volume too. 100% barely feels like 60%.
I wasn't even introduced to the world of audio yet but I always preffered Apple earbuds even though they break 2 weeks later
Skullcandy is the opposite of what kids want, but it's THERE. As in you will never see a Sennheiser headphone at a Walmart but skullcandy earbuds are in every corner