Product Type: Skullcandy headphones
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Skullcandy Hesh Review
Member Name: XGcomplexity
Advantages: Many Stylish designs avalible, Comfortable to wear, Satin carry bag provided
Disadvantages: Mediocre sound quality, Other reviewers seem to show doubts on durability
Im not the biggest fan of over the ear. Headphones they are restriced to home use only and lack the portability of on-ear headphones. (Allthough to these type of headphones credit these are predominitely used at home next to a HiFi)
First things first these headphones I find undeniably comfy. The earcups are wide and put little to no strain on your temple. The head band is cushioned and well padded meaning prolonged use does not strain
For around £45 you get a fairly modern and stylish pair of headphones. But that style comes at the price of mediocre sound quality. Note I said mediocre not disasterous. The gold plated audio jack makes sure the music and sound you are listening to is clear and distingishable. But the bass whilst noticeable leaves a little to be desired for. Treble seems to be perfectly adequate to me though
The 1.2 meters of cable should prove to be fine if you do want to wear them out and the lengeth of cable is convineient if your HiFi system is next to a comfortable seat
Summary: Whilst nice headphone hard to fully recceomend them.If you need over-ear headphones save up for Bose
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