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Alright so I'm going to be purchasing a pair of skullcandy headphones (don't try to sway me to another brand, its the deal I get and there are no other options).
My dilemma is which pair to buy. the options are:
08-07-07, 03:31 PM
Usually headphones last me about one year, so it is hard for me to spend more than say $20 on them. With that said i have to say that i like the skullcrushers because of the foldaway feature, but they are bass heavy and i do not listen to that much bass heavy music. The TI has titanium drivers, but other than that i do not really see the difference between them all except for the style. So i say go with whatever style you like unless you like bass heavy music, then go for the skullcrushers.
IMO though these kind of headphones are not that good for city listening because they tend to take you away from your surroundings. I like to hear the music, but also like to be able to hear a car approaching me from behind, or some crackhead trying to talk **** to me (or rob me). Maybe that is just paranoia, but i know that thieves these days are looking for marks who are distracted by their iPod, cellphone, or whatever tech gadget they are using.
thank you for your quick response
08-08-07, 09:42 PM
My Skullcrushers **** the bed a few weeks after I got them.
08-12-07, 11:11 PM
I have compared them to centrois, and my centrois are better.
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