Brandeyes Distributors, a technology distribution company and the sole distributor of Skullcandy in India, has launched new models of over-ear and in-ear headphones. The new range includes Skullcandy Supreme Sound Cassette, Aviator, Fix, and Hesh.
Skullcandy Supreme Sound The Cassette Model: The pair of headphones has a cassette-player themed design. Available in your local specialty store, the Cassette model was designed with active lifestyles in mind. It features an anti-slip headband, 40mm drivers, an integrated microphone, bonus ear pillow, a removable cable, removable ear cups, and comes in an array of colours. Removable ear cups can be detached to be worn with helmets, beanies, hoodies, etc. The Supreme Sound Skullcandy Cassette headphones are priced at Rs 3,899.
Skullcandy Supreme Sound The Aviator Model: After last year’s collaboration with Shawn “JAY-Z” Carter’s Roc Nation label, Skullcandy will release its Aviator headphones in new coloured editions. The Aviator now boasts of the Supreme Sound experience. As per an official statement by the company, the optics-inspired Aviator comes with superior metals, polycarbonate headphones cups, plush memory foam ear cushions, and new colours that successfully rival its famous retro namesake. The high-end Skullcandy headphones are priced at Rs 11,999.
Skullcandy Supreme Sound The Fix Model: Skullcandy has announced the release of its new proprietary in-ear speaker – The Fix with Supreme Sound. Until now, some ear buds and in-ear speakers have suffered from the same problem – with rigorous activity they fall out. The Fix solves that problem and eliminates unwelcome soundtrack interruptions by resting comfortably on multiple points of soft contact with the ear.
The design of Skullcandy’s Fix technology offers two key advantages; a fixed in-ear fit and a unique repositioned chamber for enhanced acoustic precision. The Fix has a proprietary ported chamber that delivers full-spectrum sound with deep bass, plus power and clarity to spare, creating Skullcandy’s Supreme Sound.
The Fix is aimed at athletes and audiophiles who listen to music on the go. The Skullcandy Supreme Sound The Fix in-ear speakers are priced at Rs 4,399 and are available in many colors.
Skullcandy Supreme Sound The Hesh Model: The Hesh has been one of the most iconic Skullcandy products since 2003, and the company aims to bring the Hesh a reboot.
With a parabolic shape, the Hesh has is more slimmed down, yet still leaves room for leather touch ear pillows. A detachable cable means that now if you bust a lead, the Hesh headset remains unaffected.
Hesh 2.0 will continue to be offered with and without microphone, in a vast array of colours, designs and collaborations including being the official licensed product for the NBA. The Skullcandy Hesh model over-ear headphones are priced at Rs 4,199 and are available in many colours.
Skullcandy Supreme Sound The Uprock: The Skullcandy Uprock with Supreme Sound brags twin 40mm drivers, tangle-proof flat cables and a mixed-material composition sturdy enough to deal your beats and withstand opposing jerks, drops and hustle without breaking. True to its urban dance-based namesake, Uprock can be used for synchronizing music. It is priced at Rs 1,999 without microphone and Rs 2,399 with microphone, and is available in many colours.
Skullcandy Supreme Heavy Medal: This earphone allows more airflow into the ear canal to improve the bass quality. The Heavy Metal is equipped with very large (by in-ear headphone standards) 13.5mm drivers and inbuilt mic which can be used with high end mobile phones. The Skullcandy Supreme Sound Heavy Medal are priced at Rs 5,499
Speaking about the products, CEO and Founder, Brandeyes Distributor, Amlan Bhattacharjya stated, “Skullcandy has become a style statement and that’s the reason why Skullcandy continues to develop new innovative design catering to the taste and needs of various audiences. Skullcandy Supreme Sound range has been introduced is not only trendy and lifestyle oriented, but also promises to deliver outstanding listening experience.”
Published Date: Nov 16, 2012 04:51 pm | Updated Date: Nov 16, 2012 04:51 pm
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