Excerpt: The Skullcandy G.I. were meant to be my main headphones I used at home for both computer use, watching movies, and listening to my iPod. They started out as a great pair of headphones, but after only a couple month’s of use completely broke on me. For no …
Excerpt: These are fantastic headphones! I bought my pair for $80 CAD on sale at FutureShop, but I’ve seen them cost as much as $100. They are over-ear headphones and they have a speaker diameter of 40 mm. They have a built in volume control on the wire. The volume …
Summary: I've been looking for some good inexpensive over the ear headphones for a long time and I finally found some good Skullcandy ones. A lot of people give Skullcandy and bad reputation by saying they break easily, but what are they doing with there headphones?!
Summary: I just got my G.I.'s I wasn't impressed at all with audio quality... the sound fidelity is clear but volume is a little low, also bass is not what I was expecting. I also used them with my guitar effect processor and volume was still low.
Summary: I got a pair back when i knew nothing about audio quality and was happy with them... Until I heard of other headphone brands. My friend got a pair of sennheisers for half the price (because I told him about sennheiser) and they were a hell of a lot better.
Pros: The gold ones look somewhat decent, a little comfertable but after a while I get a head ache
Cons: Sound in general; when I turn it up, it sounds (literally) like someone ****ting with the runs, the get staticy after a month, vocals are ear pearcing
Summary: Thought they looked nice, got a few compliments on the Rasta, but believe me, don't buy them. They are as much a fashion accessory as beats are EXCEPT these (if possible) have worse quality. Not a lot of bass. just too loud.
Pros: They look nice, and are visually appealing with a little bit of bass on the side, but not enough to make them worth anything
Cons: Cheapy made, but comfy to a point. Sweaty ears, and the headband made my head really itch. Poor audio quality, and I heard these cost more than $50.
Excerpt: Last Christmas, I got my dreamed-of headphones Skullcandy G.I.Rasta. Since they costed over 60 euros I had high expectations for them. The box in which it came in included, apart from the headphones, a travel bag, interchangeable ear pads, micro bottle opener, extender cable, 6.3mm Stereo Adapter,...