Headphones: Skullcandy

zukir02

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I have heard mixed things about them. I herd they break easy and the cord is thin and it can tear kinda easy. I do know they have a lifetime warranty on them, so if you just send them in the will send you new ones.

A friend of mine has them that I ride with all the time, and I used them once. They have good sound. I guess it just depends on what you are looking for. If you want something at a good price that sounds good and your not gonna be super hard on them then they are good.

I am really hard on headphones, I ride my motorcycle just about every day and I listen to music all the time, riding, at work. I always have them with me, so I coughed up the money and got the shure headphones again and couldn't be happier.

All you can really do is buy them and try them, if you dont like them bring them back and get something else.
 
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i have some of the earbuds and i really like them. i've had them since last summer maybe and theyre the only ones i use since they're much more comfortable than others I have.
 

amandasauls

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Love the skullcandy fmj for iphone. I had to wait for them to come in stock; everyone was sold out. For $80 they are great skullcandy quality with an inline mic.
 

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I got a pair of Skullcandy ear buds free with my Coke points (don't ask) and they sound great. The soft flexable buds come in 3 sizes (all included) and feel much better that the Apple buds that came with my phone. I really didn't pay for these so I can't say if they are worth the $30 price tag but I am enjoying them so far. The cords are kinda thin but I'm not too abusive and haven't broken them yet...
 

tchaves

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I've got some that sound great, and block out a lot of external sound. They have been through quite a bit but haven't broken.
 

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I have the Bose headphones for traveling, if you want noise reduction, but a little pricey. Although, they come in handy though when I have a sreaming baby in the seat behind me. :)
 

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I think both beats and skullcandy are too expensive for me, do you guys have other alternatives? I'm looking to buy beats but I am hesitant coz of the price tag.
 

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