Step back and take it all in. Yes, the Skullcandy Ti Stereo Headphones really do look that good. Besides a build so perfect it would make Daniel Craig feel like Frankenstein in comparison, these babies also crank out music as it was meant to be. They cradle your cranium with a styled-out leather headband, 90-degree swivel earphones, and soft-as-butter earpads. Then their 40mm speakers expand your universe with monster sound as soon as you hit “Play.”
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good sound, lotsa features
minus one star because i dont have a very large head and they are fairly tight. other than that, they are decent as far as audio goes (based on price), and people comment often sayin they are stylin'. handy volume control about 6 inches from the headset, and another 6 inches down they separate from the rest of the cord which is also kinda cool
Love that plaid!
Great quality. And Skullcandy has a LIFETIME WARRANTY on ALL their products. and Backcountry just so happens to be a qualified reseller. So it applies. If it's your fault it broke then they give you 50% off anything in their online store. If it's not your fault they'll replace them or give you the closest model to the ones you bought. (: Happy listening!
I freaking love these. They fit my giant head and they sound great, and I don't see why that guys complaining, these rock. ANyays, I got these for $60 like 2 week ago. Didn't see that sale on here.
I heart Skullcandy
Love these headphones, they sound great, fit comfortably, and look good! I love the Tokidoki design!
decent sound--TERRIBLE BUILD QUALITY
Got these off Whiskey Militia, first pair broke after 2 months of normal use. Headband adjustment snapped off. RMAed from skullcandy and got a new pair in a week. Second pair broke in exactly the same way a month later after doing nothing with them but listening at my desk. These things are terribly built! Super thin plastic shows signs of wear almost immediately. At least the company is easy to deal with. Don't get these if you want to use them for more than a couple months.
Are these big headphones?
Are these big headphones?
Not overly big, but they are an "over the ear" model so yes, they will be quite large.
What color are the extra earpieces on the...
What color are the extra earpieces on the black and green version?
Neon green to match.
Picked these gems up on Whiskey Militia for a fraction of the price. They get the job done as well as look sweet. They were well worth the Whiskey price, but I don't know how I would feel if I got them for the full $80.
Do these headphones have the regular 1/8"...
Do these headphones have the regular 1/8" jack on the end, or do I need to get the 1/4" to 1/8" converter like you need for a lot of full size headphones? I plan on using them with my iPod touch as well when travelling.
3.5mm is a regular plug. You're good to go, no adapter needed for your pod.
I feel these headphones are extremely expensive for the sound they produce. Im pretty picky with my sound and I have found that the Skullcandy Hesh fufill almost all my needs, for almost half the price.
That being said, I am a guy who NEEDS big bass, and the dissapointing factor about the Ti's is that there is no bass. the treble notes are extremely clear, but the sound just seems to lack that mid-low range full-ness that I crave when listening to rap and rock.
So i have the furry white T.I's, and i wore them almost everyday walking to class in Montana. For 2 weeks we didn;t get above -20, and these head phones helped me not only to rock out, but to keep warm. Overall, great sound and uber comfy!
These headphones are great... they are bulky and do well shutting out outside noises. i have not them on the mountain yet but they are great at keeping the ears warm as well!!
Do these come with the 6mm adapter like...
Do these come with the 6mm adapter like the Gi?
No unfortunately they dont! they are 3.5 but they still sound good!
the problem with the bigger set are theyre too big and heavy! easier to come off! try out the new icon 2!
lookin good is half the battle
the kids these days are all about "style," and the TI's definitely have it, from the color combos to the DJ look. and if that's what you're about, then the TI's will suffice. they've even got in-line volume and a cor extension if you ride with em on.
unfortunately, their fit and sound quality is sub-par, even for skullcandy. very little bass definition even when you crank em up (if you're lookin to really boom then the skullcrushers are a better choice), plus the newer leather earcups just don't hug your head that well. even though they cover your ears, people will likely be able to hear your music and mine just hurt after a while from the headphones being too tight. not to mention that they are a bit delicate, mine cracked when i spread em out to fit onto my head (god bless skullcandy's amazing returns policy).
Bottom Line: easy on the eyes, but leaves the ears and the head wanting more.
I Give Them An Eh+
I agree with Julian, I am hearing things in my songs that I have never heard before. It's a very strange experience, but interesting and it really get's you involved. I must SERIOUSLY warn you though, these have NO BASS. They are NOT for audiophiles. I knew this when I bought them, so I expected it. Heck, I even expected it to have a little bit of bass, but these are dead when it comes to bumping. Treble-lovers will enjoy these very much. Lots of volume, good stereo distribution. Extremely small cord, though, seriously about a foot and a half, so expect to have whatever you are hooking it into that close to you face! In yo' FACE! One more thing, they don't isolate very well, so at an average volume, the person sitting next to you will be able to sing along, no problem...no joke.
It's all listening, good.
I like listening to some of my favorite songs with these headphones, songs I've listened to a thousand times and was tired of them. Cause when I listen to them on these Ti's - they sound new again. I hear things I never heard before. It's bizarre. Try it.