Summary: I got these a few years ago. Eventually, the screen on the inside fell off.
I never had a problem with the cables.
The earbuds fit fine but they slip out of the ear after a while. I have noticed the slipping issue with every sey of IEM's I've owned. Must be me and my ears. I always have to readjust the IEM's.
When they are seated in my ear, the fit is fine, and the isolation is pretty good.
I always liked their sound quality.
Pros: Good sound quality, good looks, nice pouch, decent price
Summary: I bought these because my Philips O'Neill set had a fatal cable flaw after seeing them several times at my local TJ Maxx. Here's my review of them:
Design and Comfort
The Titans have a metal housing that is fairly durable, but also heavy. That is the first flaw of the housing: it has a tendency to not stay in the ear terribly well, cutting down on isolation.
Pros: Decent sound quality, good design, superb isolation (if proper fit is attained)
Cons: Design flaw reduces comfort, cable tangles easily, heavy, not much clarity
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
Summary: I'm new here, please don't hate
I got my Titans on sale at a Dick's Sporting Goods
These were my second pair of Skullcandy buds (Inkd became my workout pair). Overall, I was impressed with them. they stood up to everything I/life threw at them (except for an accidental spin in the washing machine). They were great for monitoring live sound at my church and school, and (with a little EQ help) were great mobile earbuds.
Pros: Well balanced, not easily tangled, nice carrying case
Summary: i loved the sound quality. good for everything. not bloated bass, but if you threw on some bass-heavy music they would thump. yet if the music was not bass-heavy it was not intrusive.
they look cool, and are made of a cool metal. iono what it is. get some complys for it.
the wire is going. one of the buds is crackling in and out when the sire moves.
Summary: I was pleasently surprised at the sound quality of the Titans. I have always though Skullcandy was just utter garbage. There are plenty of Sony, JVC, models that sound much worse. The bass is loud with these. Not very accurate, but it's booming and there. The mids are ok, the highs are a little attenuated and again, not very detailed. These are good gym earbuds or for your teenage son/daughter.
Summary: These in ear monitors really impressed me, especially due to the deal I got on them. A friend of mine ordered a set of these for both himself and his wife and accidentally processed the order twice, so his find of a good deal became mine when he offered me the extra two sets for $25. The build of these are of a much higher quality then the ink'd line that Skullcandy sells with this model's driver housings being constructed in all metal in either black or chrome with the...
Pros: accuracy and clarity of sound reproduction, build quality, metal construction, included case, price