Excerpt: The Fix , like other Skullcandy models, hit hard with bass. Compared to other buds we tested, the Fix earphones have a clear deliberateness. It works for stuff like hip-hop and dubstep, but it sounds ridiculous with delicate vocals. If that unapologetic sound is your style, then you’ll be a happy with these in-ears, especially if you want to block out the din of your commute. After finding the right size tips, the seal in the ear canal is tight.
Pros: Bass outperforms peers in this price range. In-ear design mutes the bus, or suit from sales.
Cons: Fragile construction feels cheap, and ours weren’t that durable. Not much sound range, and upper frequencies are weak.
Excerpt: Just in case you weren't sure who makes the FIX, Skullcandy 's logo is plastered all over these headphones, including on the ear-pieces, in-line mic, carry case, cable and even on all the supplied ear-tips!
Pros: No hardness or brightness, reasonably comfortable
Excerpt: Skullcandy’s FIX in-ear earphones are the first buds from the company that make use of a design which it says will guarantee that the earphones stay in the ear, no matter what you’re doing, be it running, rowing, cycling or even just taking a jumper off. Bold claims considering many will know the irritation caused when having to fumble around mid-jog for a rogue ear-bud that’s decided to make a bid for freedom.
Pros: Design means they stay put, You get a lot for your pennies, Apple remote/mic
Cons: Plastic feel, Bass-heavy, Audiio could be better