Wireless headphones are now the standard for music fans, they have been around for a while but first models were buggy, clunky, or the sound was just poor. For the one’s in which the sound wasn’t poor, they were incredibly expensive.
Then beats came along, as they do, and kicked wireless headphones into the mainstream. Of course, beats have their many flaws, some say that they are just a fashion accessory, or that the sound is sub-par and bass heavy, but most importantly they were too expensive.
Well after a couple of years of a new technology you usually see it trickle down to affordable makers and then we get something like the Skullcandy range.
First up the Skullcandy Uproar is the baby of the group. This is a great entry into the wireless market, lightweight and made with premium materials the Uproar are very comfortable on the head.
The soft ear cups ensure supreme comfort all while getting incredible sound from the headphones. Add to the list Bluetooth Mic and controls and we’re at the races. This is all without mentioning the 10-hour battery life to make sure your music is always where it needs to be, with you at all times.
Moving up a rung on the ladder we have the Skullcandy Grind headphones. The next step up in comfort and sound. With plush on-ear pillows, the comfort of these headphones is amazing. Then think of the high quality brushed metal headband.
You also get a built-in microphone, call, track, and volume control and a backup auxiliary cable. This is a great next step for audio fans and music lovers alike.
Skullcandy Hesh 2
Up to the big brother now the Hesh 2. Hesh was probably Skullcandy’s most popular headphone so it is no surprise that the wireless Hesh 2 are the option most music lovers choose from the range. What is surprising is how many new feature Skullcandy have added to the Hesh 2.
Soft synthetic leather ear cushions are placed on a rigid metal under the structure to give comfortable yet durable headphones. The drivers are particularly powerful giving supreme sound, while the battery gives a class leading 15-hour playback off of a single charge. You can also get the battery status right from the headphones. It also comes along with a backup cable should you choose to go wired.