Summary: I got these headphones because I needed headphones other than the JVC 55x because the 55xs leaked a lo,t so i wanted headphones that wouldn't leak as much and these seemed the part. I've owned these for a couple days and I like them just not as much as i thought I would.
Pros: Foldable, internal amp, soundstage is fantastic, light, easy access to battery. very comfortable
Cons: Bass sounds somewhat unnatural, speakers to small for me (like big ones), bass shaker( don't feel the natural product of speaker)
So the technology behind the ear cups are quite interesting. This headphone is marketed towards teenagers for the "Bass Sensation". The headphone has a slider on thhe left ear cup, and its job is to "add bass", what it really does is add a vibration feeling.
Pros: Soundstage, spacious, build, decent midrange, tight bass without bass turned on
Cons: doesnt add bass it adds vibration, doesnt come with protective case, edgy treble
Summary: I've owned these for over seven months, so I decided that a review of my experience with them so far would be good. They've met my expectations so far, and were worth the cost.
Accessories: They come with a cloth drawstring bag for carrying. Honestly, the bag is bad.
Skullcandy Crusher Over-Ear Headphones Review – Sweet Audio for Under $99
12 December 2013
Summary: Pricing in under $100, the Skullcandy Crushers are actually a great buy. They sound fantastic for the price. They’re not audiophile headphones, but if you’re not used to the-best-of-the-best, you’ll be blown away with the quality. The built-in amplifier and bass control makes a big difference.
Summary: The Skullcandy Crusher is a consumer-oriented headphone that has highly impressed me with both its sound and features. [[SPOILER]] [[SPOILER]] Accessories - Carrying pouch, 1x AA BatteryThe carrying pouch is a bit thin, in my opinion.
Summary: I have a ton of headphones, and I consider myself an audiophile and a basshead, so I use different cans for different occasions. For example, I dont like to travel with my grados because they are open even though they are probably the smoothest sounding things i've had on my ears (the grados).
Pros: Bass will sound excellent. Detachable cable, Foldable
Cons: Depends on what you like, may not be audiophile quality sound; comfort depends
Summary: Over-the-ear headphones with bass that really thumps
Pros: Deep bass, Attractive price, Decent sound, The Skullcandy Crusher headphones are a good value for those looking into bass-heavy audio options. When the bass is there, these cans enliven concert recordings and gives music with a strong beat an extra thump. I also deeply appreciate that the Bass Se...
Cons: Hit or miss bass driver, Cups lack isolating seal, Limited inline controls, The bass is strong with this one but sometimes, the Sensation55 driver doesn't know when or when not to provide its thick charm to my jams. The feature is guaranteed to work well with jazz, hip-hop or pop, but most other ...