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Skullcandy Ink’d Wireless review

Verdict A very decent audio quality with subdued colors and lightweight design. The main problem is ‘sibilance’ meaning that audio quality distorts due to inconsistent treble to bass ratio.  PROS: Decent sound at affordable price Comfortable fit, subdued design Lightweight can be used for light workouts Battery life is good  CONS: Default Treble to Bass sounds rugged Don’t expect every genre too play out smooth Connection isn't always stable FROM THE WEB Dubai's...

You'll actually feel the bass on these Skullcandy headphones

If there’s one thing missing from a headphone listening experience it’s satisfying bass. The Skullcandy Crusher headphones are one of the only pairs I've seen that offer durable retro design, rich audio response, and convenient controls - even for the bass itself. With Skullcandy’s Supreme Sound technology, these headphones provide undistorted bass with an even frequency response to give audio a heavy bottom that doesn’t drown out the details. An adjustable bass slider lets you dial in...

Skullcandy Ink'd Wireless Review

Bluetooth headsets have become impressive these days, offering a great listening experience along with hours of battery on a single charge. Skullcandy is known to mix utility with style, and although it isn’t the first choice for an audiophile, for a regular listener, Skullcandy headphones tend to offer a great balance between great sound and a not-so-expensive price point. Now, the brand has brought a new pair of Bluetooth headsets with a collar band design- The Ink’d Wireless. These...

Skullcandy Method Wireless Review

4599 70 Skullcandy Method Wireless Price in India 4599/- The Skullcandy Method Wireless offers a neat design and good wireless connectivity, but is a bit too sharp in terms of highs. Skullcandy Method Wireless Rating 70100 Our Verdict The Skullcandy Method Wireless produces steep focus on highs, subdues mids by a margin, and considerably attenuates bass at peak volume. The sound signature changes considerably if you play it at about 70% of its peak volume, which may be a tad too...