Skullcandy Headphones

8/14/2012 3:30:25 PM

I suppose I do share a little bias towards Skullcandy products. Ever since I purchased my frist pair from a liquidation sale on eBay. I have been absolutely in love with them. Their style, their sound, and their price point are all incredibly attractive and if you’re looking to experience your music in a ‘private manner’ then these headphones are the way to go.

Description: Skullcandy Headphones

Skullcandy Headphones

Skullcandy boasts a variety of styles and types. They have headphones for all discriminating tastes and their product lines include; On-Ear, In-Ear, Over Ear, and even microphone imbedded peripherals. The designs are incredibly modern and everyone should find at least one design they like here. Whether it’s a simplistic solid color, or an attractive, colorful work of art, Skullcandy has you covered.

But it isn’t just the style that makes these headphones so appealing. Developers at immersive and powerful listening experience and they achieved this by including only the best drivers in their products. There are different drivers for different listening styles, but every set of headphones that Skullcandy produces has an incredibly clear- crisp, and equalized sound. Some of their drivers are even gold-plated, which is said to further amplify the connectivity between the headphone and the device. Their products are well-made too, using heavy plastics and metals. In fact, the company is so confident in their devices that they offer a limited-lifetime warranty on everything they sell, which helps to protect against accidental defects and damage. One of my favorite features (which comes with some of the styles) is the braided cord. This braid helps prevent the cord from splitting, which is a godsend for anyone who pack their headphones in a case or backpack. Regular cords are often cased in a thin plastic that can split or easily pull away from the housing, exposing the internal wires to the elements.

Description: Skullcandy looks and operates like a very expensive headphone, but their products really aren’t that costly

Skullcandy looks and operates like a very expensive headphone, but their products really aren’t that costly

Skullcandy looks and operates like a very expensive headphone, but their products really aren’t that costly. A decent pair from the company website will run you around $50. However, Skullcandy operates an ‘outlet store’ on the popular auction website eBay. If you catch their sales (which are very often), you can grab a $50 pair of stylish headphones for around $20.

So there you go. Just like you can use your iOS device for television and movies, you can also use it (quite well may I add) as a music player. In fact, using iTunes, paired with low-priced accessories and gadgets can actually save you a lot of money on music in the long run. ITunes will allow you to purchase single songs rather than entire albums and investing in a dock for your iOS device is much cheaper than purchasing some crazy $300 CD sound system. If you’re heavy into music and have to have your tunes then you should definitely consider morphing that iOS device of yours into your primary music player. Your wallet will probably thank you in the long run.

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