Summary: Flat, lack 'air', no bass detail, lack of separation, scale, definition, plenty of foggy vocals and some muddle in the mid-range mean these are now 'for the bus'. It's all a bit so-so. Skullcandy must laugh every time they sell a pair of these cans at full list price.
OK for music but bad for movies, gaming. Also dodgy connections.
Nathan Jolliffe, Amazon
22 June 2015
Summary: I bought these to replace my 10+ years old Sony MDR- XD200 that I got for £20. They've been good headphones but starting to break a little and I thought I'll get a new pair, fixing some of my issues with my old Sonys.