Summary: Ok where to start... I picked these up on sale for 20 bucks. I expected a bit from them since Skullcandy says they are worth $69.99. Let me tell you they are absolutely not worth that.... The monoprice 8320's sound much better than these so imho they are worth about 5 bucks.
Pros: Fit well, Come with decent carrying case.
Cons: Distorted bass, recessed mids, harsh treble and no detail, cheap cables and construction.
Good sound. Only worth what they cost on discount.
K. Norman, Amazon
23 October 2014
Summary: First time I've bought Skullcandy product and only did so as very reduced price. I usually use Sennheiser but my last ones failed after only six months. The Skullcandy ones have a good enough sound quality but their general construction is pretty poor given their RRP.
Summary: I am very displeased with this set of earphones but I'll start off with the positives. The build quality of the earphones was very nice. I particularly liked the headphone jack which doesn't seem to bend at a right angle too easily and cause one ear phone to stop working after a while.
Summary: they look cheap (well now they are cheap-ish at £20), sound cheap, feel cheap. Tacky red plastic doesn't look or feel good. Cable kept getting tangled. no noise isolation what so ever, not much bass either.
Summary: When I got these I plugged them into my phone and noticed one very prominent problem: the vocals were played as backing music and backing music was played as vocals, making my music very distorted i.e. lyrics inaudible as annoying bass guitar loud in my ears.
Summary: I bought a pair of these two weeks ago. Once I messed around with the EQ settings on my iPod they sounded very good, bass was good and they provided a clear sound.The mic is very useful for when you're out and about and the case is a cool little thing to have.