Reviews and Problems with Skullcandy Ink'd 2.0
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Good Value work well
Gil, B&H Photo
11 February 2015
Excerpt: If you're not too much of a stickler about sound quality these are good. They are cheap and so you don't have to worry about breaking them or loosing them. Its not audiophile quality sound, but you should know that when buying them. They sound pretty good, enough for listening to music on a train or subway, and doing phone calls, Skype etc.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Value, Lightweight
Excerpt: Considering the price, these earbuds are an excellent value. They don't give you the best bass, but definitely give your money's worth of bass. I'm also told the audio quality of the microphone on phone calls is very good, better than average.
Excerpt: Have had these a short time but truly pleased with the sound both of headphones and am told by people I am talking to that the mic works great! Good price. Nice to have the remote for music as well as just a call-answer button.
Excerpt: This is my second review of these earbuds, which speaks for itself. I liked the first so much I bought more to put in my backpacks and camera bags. I use them with an iPad. I haven't tried them with anything else.
Excerpt: I intended to buy earbuds without a mic to use with my iPad mini for movies, iTunes, etc. at times when I didn't want to bother others but made a mistake in ordering. They are cheap enough that when they arrived I figured I'd just try them and discard them if I didn't like them. Pleasant surprise: They do a great job of controlling iTunes and worked well with Skype. My iPad is now a credible smart phone.
Excerpt: I'm hard on headphones and my last pair of these lasted for over six months! Usually I get less than six weeks out of any pair. They sound excellent with full bass (a little hot on the high end, but not too bad), the flat cord seems to be less prone to tangle than ordinary cords, and they isolate pretty well.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Lightweight