Product Type: Skullcandy headphones
Newest Review: ... happy to find some Hesh headphones for just £30 as they had just released the Hesh 2. Meg chose a pair that look cool with a blue skull ... more
Brilliant for the price
Member Name: Hectristic
Advantages: Good responsiveness. Nice range of frequencies
Disadvantages: Could prove to be a nuisance when worn around the neck
These headphones are good for the price and come in a range of styles to suit all walks of life (the version with the Jamaican flag emblazoned on it springs to mind).
Wearing these is very comfortable and they fit around my ears very well, there is a nice snug fit. One of the bonus' of these is that they keep your ears warm in winter!
They come with a very short lead attached which could prove to be very annoying for users who lose the supplied extension cable. (Like me >:( )
When being worn around the neck the headphones do not feel very comfortable as they lack the 'swivelling head' of other ones in the range, meaning you'll most likely have a bit of padding sticking into your chin which can get quite uncomfortable after about an hour or so.
These are quite large headphones, and although they look very good, may not fit in with everybody's sense of 'fashion'.
They sound amazing. At first I wasn't very convinced as the headphones supplied with the iPod have quite prominent treble. Switching to these was a shock as they provide a much 'fuller' sound. You can hear a huge range of sounds from the clear thud of the kickdrum to the highest note on a soprano saxophone, all very clearly, all balanced well, with no sections given more prominence as with the iPod headphones.
Overall these are very god headphones for the price.
Summary: For this price, these headphones are amazing.
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