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April 12, 2007
To be honest, I only use these with my computer at work. In that capacity, they work pretty well: snug, comfortable, lasting fit, good sound, etc. However, the in-line volume switch (soft/loud) is a little temperamental; even with the dual volume settings on the PC (system and music app), it seems hard to get it just right sometimes. I can only imagine how it might be with an iPod or whatever. In short, I'd definitely recommend these for laid-back use.
February 14, 2007
great sound very comfortable headphones, i could play my music as loud as it would go without worrying about blowin em up. warranty looked great, said all kinds of stuff like if you break them somehow skateboarding or anything like that they would replace or fix them, however when i broke my pair i tried to contact skullcandy but got no reply. other than that great set of headphones while they lasted.
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December 7, 2006
But I love headphones. These little buds stay in my ears and bump my soul passed Pluto (I hear it's no longer a planet). They came with all these different size attachments that freaked me out at first, but really are nice. Kind of like a new pair of shoes that you have to get used to.
November 21, 2006
The very first day I had em, I lost 4 of the buds, and boy was I upset, right now I only have the small bud on one ear, and one with no bud because the big one is too big. They always fall off when Im skateboarding or jumping around, and it gets really annoying. I dont know, these definitely would not be on my "recommend list"
December 19, 2006
Let me start with the positives: good quality sound, deep bass and solid build quality - unfortunately it ends there. The earphones fit well initially but very slight head movements cause them to fall out constantly meaning utter frustration. When running or jumping, they become absolutely unusable. The microphonic noise (noise heard through headphones when the cable rubs on clothing, for example) is similarly infuriating. The sound isolation again is poor, as keeping a tight seal in your ear is almost impossible with the provided rubber seals. Would I recommend them? In a word: No. There are much better earphones available (particularly the Shure E2c) and while they may be more expensive, you will thank me in the long run.
December 8, 2006
these skullcandys are great to shred with, they block out the sound really well and amplify in your ear nicely. They sit snug in your ear so you don't need to headband on your phones. You can switch out the size of insert to fit your ear well. over all great, a necessity to shredding!
September 29, 2006
I run a lot in the summer and ride in the winter. I like small earphones that can drown out noise...these are perrr fect! They fit so nice and snug in your ear, super good sound, and have a micro sound adjust. I came back and bought another pair for my husband the day after I had tried out my first pair!
November 10, 2006
These Smokin' Buds are way better than the Apple Headphones that came with my iPod! They sound great and are much more comfortable than Apple's earbuds- if you need some new headphones for your iPod, these are the ones for you- they will not disappoint.
April 20, 2006
Wow, these are the best in-ear headphones available. The ear buds are extremely comfortable to wear, and with three different end attachments to customize the fit, how can you go wrong? In addition, the audio quality is outstanding for such small units. Pick up a pair of smokin' buds, you will not be disappointed!