Excerpt: I purchased these for my Zune mp3 player after the Microsoft earbuds went out after about a year of use. The reason I purchased these was that they were on sale and they looked like ear buds that would fit into my ears and stay. I also liked the look of them in the package. After about 6 months of use I would have to say that I like the ear buds very much. They are comfortable in my ear, they have a very nice sound, the bass is much better than my previous headphones.
Excerpt: The sound quality of these small headphones was outstanding! I absolutely loved these and loved them so much that I bought some for every member in my family. The bass is what really sold me. It helps get me pumped up at the gym when I'm on the treamill as well!
Excerpt: The sound quality with these headphones was pretty great. I used them when I would take walks around my neighborhood. One day I dropped my iPod and then they started to make a buzzing sound and eventually stopped working at all. Not worth it.
Summary: I have tested all of the in-ear headphones that Skullcandy has to offer. I have done this through the very good lifetime warranty plan offered by Skullcandy. I own a pair of 2011 Red/Black Titans and by far they have the best tone, in my opinion, of all the Skullcandy in-ear headphones. Both FMJ and 50/50 offer rich bass. If you are looking for bass then thats what your need. Personally my Titans lasted longer than my friend's FMJ's.
Summary: I was always a Skullcandy fan once I bought their Ink'd ear buds for the first time a few years ago. After going through my second pair of Ink'd, I decided to upgrade to the Titans to see how they compare to ear buds I had in the past, and let me say, they sound GREAT for the $40 I paid for them.
Pros: Great sound quality, pretty comfortable, exceptional noise isolation, great design
Cons: Not full noise isolation, can get uncomfortable after long listening sessions