Skullcandy Crusher Review: Bass Without Bucks

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Skullcandy has been promoting their “Drop In” campaign for a little over a week now, and showing off their Crusher headphones throughout the process. In looking for great sound clarity with the bonus addition of booming bass, there’s no reason to look any further than the Skullcandy Crusher’s.

Right from the point of purchase, the Skullcandy Crusher stacks up well against the competition. Packaged in an appealing and creatively designed box, the Crusher headphones are accompanied with a manual, carrying case, and an AV cord featuring volume control options.
Once on your head, the quality level of the Crusher’s is immediately apparent. With soft cushion padding around the speakers, the on ear feel is unparalleled. The over the head band is reinforced and doesn’t feel as flimsy other products. Also, with the ability to fold down in a compact storage solution, the likelihood of damage is significantly decreased.

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Thanks to Skullcandy’s Sensation 55 driver in the Crusher headphones, the bass truly brings your music to life.

With bass being the selling point of the Skullcandy Crusher, the customization in the experience is truly remarkable. Utilizing an on ear bass slider, the level of boost is user controlled and specific to whomever has the Crusher’s on their head. Thanks to Skullcandy’s Sensation 55 driver in the Crusher headphones, the bass truly brings your music to life.

Regardless of if you are throwing the Skullcandy Crusher’s on for a quick workout or a long study session, you will likely not find the level of comfort and music perfection anywhere else on the market. Secure enough on your head, but not bulky to the point of annoyance, the design of the Crushers has been executed to perfection.

Regardless of if you are throwing the Skullcandy Crusher’s on for a quick workout or a long study session, you will likely not find the level of comfort and music perfection anywhere else on the market.

Sure there are other options for bass focused headphones, and the Dre Beats Solo HD headphones seem a logical comparison, but considering the price, the Skullcandy Crusher can’t be beat. Checking in at just $99, and offering nine different color options, the only thing that Beats differentiates is in taking an extra $100 from your wallet.

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As Skullcandy’s “Drop In” campaign continues, Robbie “Maddo” Maddison is looking to take on the K120 Nordic Ski jump at the Utah Olympic Park. Thanks to a partnership with Red Bull, Skullcandy is making that happen. You can check out Maddo’s “Drop In” experience at Skullcandy’s website. Fueled by the base of the Skullcandy Crusher headphones, Maddo will be ready to “Drop In” at a moments notice.

Considering all things, the Skullcandy Crusher headphones are one of the best options on the market. The feel of the bass combined with the flawless sound delivers an outstanding musical experience. Knowing that the Crusher won’t set your wallet back too much is an added bonus as well.

The Good:

  • Great price point
  • Excellent base
  • Quality feel and construction

The Bad:

  • Not a ton of appealing colors

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Quote :  Ted Schwerzler
Source : Fansided

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