Summary: These are listenable IEMs. If excellent SQ isn't your first priority, these might be acceptable. Better than many of the sub-$20 'phones. Bass is prevalent and a bit boomy. There is some detail in the mids. Highs roll off early. Almost nonexistent soundstage.
Excerpt: I’m fairly new to ear buds considering I always buy the big headphones, but I was very pleased with these Skull Candy pair. They were very inexpensive, I found mine for about $20, and they also work really well. A great feature is how the ear buds are made for …
Cons: -Very very VERY poor audio quality, even for $12, I was astounded at how low it was -Extremely bassy, nothing else, practically no range at all -Please, I beg of you, DO NOT get these, I ended up paying $2 because of a promotion card, biggest mistake I've ever made. Not even worth half that!
Pros: These headphones came just as described...even with a mic inside! I use it for skyping and my phone, and have not run into any problems. People have told me that my voice came out crystal clear with no back noise.
Pros: I got a pair of these almost two years ago and they're still working great. I haven't had an issue with them falling out of my ear, and the sound quality is excellent for earbuds. Highs are only okay, but the bass is INCREDIBLE, comparable to my $100 Phillips DJ style headphones
Cons: I've lost all of the earbud sizes I don't use, and these are really the same as the $12 Skullcandy earbuds. I have several different styles laying around and they all sound more or less the same