Arm yourself with the Skullcandy G.I. Stereo Headphones Rasta. Designed for those who demand the most from their gear, the G.I.'s premium quality 41mm drivers and super stealthy paint will keep you tuned in and out of sight.
Pros: The gold ones look somewhat decent, a little comfertable but after a while I get a head ache
Cons: Sound in general; when I turn it up, it sounds (literally) like someone ****ting with the runs, the get staticy after a month, vocals are ear pearcing
I got a pair back when i knew nothing about audio quality and was happy with them... Until I heard of other headphone brands. My friend got a pair of sennheisers for half the price (because I told him about sennheiser) and they were a hell of a lot better. I am quite dissapointed in myself that i didn't do more research before buying these headphones... It's funny to see the look on peoples faces when I say that these headphones are horrible. I saw a guy walk in the other day with a new pair of these and I said, "Your gonna regret buying those." He he was confused. I am desperate for new headphones now but for now I'm stuck with these TT-TT
Pros: They look nice, and are visually appealing with a little bit of bass on the side, but not enough to make them worth anything
Cons: Cheapy made, but comfy to a point. Sweaty ears, and the headband made my head really itch. Poor audio quality, and I heard these cost more than $50.
Thought they looked nice, got a few compliments on the Rasta, but believe me, don't buy them. They are as much a fashion accessory as beats are EXCEPT these (if possible) have worse quality. Not a lot of bass. just too loud. They seems like they'd snap if you dropped them, and I heard they cost about $50-$70? Not worth it at all. got these as a gift, and I'll keep them for the sale of putting them up like a trophy of beauty, not quality.