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Skullcandy Vandal iPhone speaker dock

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 26th, 2011

Skullcandy has a new iPhone dock, all decked out in gold and black veneer. Inside of this retro-looking dock there are 80mm woofers and 19mm tweeters, with a total output of 21 watts. That’s pretty decent for a dock.

Now for the bad news. That would be the price of $179.99. I guess you are paying for the style here more than anything else. Who’s interested at that price?

Skullcandy limited edition Dallas Mavericks Aviator headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on June 15th, 2011

Celebrate the 2011 NBA Champion Dallas Mavericks with these Skullcandy Aviator headphones. The special edition Dallas Mavericks x Roc Nation Aviator headphones feature the team’s logo and comes with a contour fit, Polycarbonate Speaker Housing, travel case, and polished surface with a white leather headband.

They have the NBA Championship trophy on one side, with the logo of the team on the other. Dallas Mavericks fans have to have this one. There are just 250 of these and they will cost you $179.99 each.

Skullcandy lets you try on headphones using Augmented Reality

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 27th, 2010

You can always buy a pair of headphones online, but sometimes you want to check them out in person to see how they would look and feel on your head and ears in the store. That isn’t always possible since certain styles can’t be found at retailers.

Well Skullcandy is changing that. The Skullcandy Virtual room will let you try on a pair of headphones using augmented reality. You can even record your session and send it over to your friends if you look great.

Roc Nation and Skullcandy team up for Aviator Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on May 13th, 2010

If you’re looking for something a bit different in a pair of headphones, Roc Nation has teamed up with Skullcandy to release the Roc Nation Aviator headphones. They come packing a 40mm full-range enhanced audio driver and retro good looks.

The Aviator headphones also sport a foldable design for portability and feature a 20-20kHz frequency response, 65-Ohms impedance, 40mW of input power, 100mW of output power and a 3.5mm gold plated plug.

Paul Frank Skullcandy headphones and earphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2009

Paul Frank Skullcandy headphones and earphonesIf you have a Paul Frank iPod case, you might want to think about matching it up with a pair of these Paul Frank headphones and earphones. The way we see it, there’s either Paul Frank and his monkey, or Hello Kitty. Which side are you on?

Paul Frank and Skullcandy have teamed up for this artists series of headphones and earphones featuring Paul Frank’s Julius and Scruvy characters. They are available in different funky colors and shapes. The prices range from $21.95 to $54.95.

Skullcandy Decibel Collection launched

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2009

Skullcandy Decibel Collection launched Obviously Skullcandy likes for their headphones to look loud as well as sound loud. The company has just launched its Decibel Collection, a range of wildly styled, Limited Edition “high performance” headphones that kick up the designs about as loud as they can go.

Customizable lines include Big Slick, Vibe, Dream Team, Lurker, Catfight, Audiophile, and Illustrative. You will definitely be noticed wearing these. People around you will wonder if they’ve been transported back to the 80s.

Skullcandy releases wood-grain earbuds

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on February 8th, 2009

Skullcandy releases wood-grain earbudsGadgets and wood have an on-again off-again relationship. Gadget makers love, whether it’s a flash drive, or a laptop case, or even headphones. Now Skullcandy has created some fancy wooden earbuds.

The wood grain earbuds will run you $99. The phones work with all your favorite music delivery devices. Some users say that using wood in earphones enhances the sound. Which likely explains the price. We aren’t sure how far this wood trend is going to go, or if it really enhances something like earbuds enough to justify the price, but what do you think? Are they worth it?

Skullcandy Metallica headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2008

Skullcandy Metallica headphonesSkullcandy and Metallica have teamed up in order to commemorate the band’s ninth studio album called Death Magnetic. Skullcandy has released special edition Metallica Hesh and Metallica Lowrider models. Great way to show your love for the the most hardcore, music download hating band ever.

“Releasing Death Magnetic is another milestone for us, as is our collaboration with Skullcandy for the Metallica headphones”, drones Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo. “This is a great opportunity for us to give our fans a new way of listening to our music.”

Listening to Metallica on headphones is a new way of listening? If you say so Bob. Expect to pay for the privilege, these headphones won’t be cheap. But if you absolutely worship the band go ahead and get yourself a pair.

Skullcandy Pipe iPod/iPhone dock looks like a sawed off bone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 6th, 2008

Skullcandy Pipe iPod/iPhone dock looks like a sawed off boneSkullcandy has an interesting and strange new, even somewhat biological looking iPod/iPhone dock called “Pipe”. It looks like a pipe. It also looks like a sawed off femur that’s been aged. Perfect for the coroner or surgeon that likes to have his music on hand and be reminded of his craft at the same time.

It features a clever little plus and minus button on front which I’m sure you can figure out, comes with a remote and the skull logo is on the side. Looks like it would make a good weapon too, which is a bonus. Or a baton for practicing relay races. All this can be yours for $90.

Review: Skullcandy Skullcrusher headphones

Posted in Review by Conner Flynn on May 22nd, 2008

Review: Skullcandy Skullcrusher headphones
Skullcandy is known for their quality headphones. Skullcandy’s Skullcrusher headphones are not new, but I wanted to give them a try and see what all the fuss was about. They don’t have any sophisticated active noise canceling features, but still manage to drown out background noise with a nice level of bass rumbling and sheer over-powering volume. And they do it very well.

The folded headset takes up an amazingly small amount of space. They are pleasingly lightweight and portable, perfect for anyone on the go, especially if you use have a backpack. You get a vinyl protective carrying pouch, one AA battery, a 1/4″ plug adapter and a two-prong plug adapter. I really like the fact that with the included adapters, I’m covered no matter what. The cord is about 5 feet long, so you have plenty of freedom.

MacGyver MP3 watch makes MacGyver relax

Posted in Media Players by Conner Flynn on May 1st, 2008

MacGyver MP3 watch makes MacGyver chill
Remember MacGyver? As in Angus MacGyver, the guy who could make a bomb from your grandmothers bra, dental floss and a paper clip? The folks at Skullcandy now have a watch bearing his name. The MacGyver watch features a 5-mode audio equalizer, 3-D stereo sound, built-in voice recorder, integrated USB cable, and thumb drive to store and transfer data.

Through the magic of my crappy Photoshop skills, we can clearly see Mac before and after wearing the watch. In the before pic he’s clearly bored while rigging his latest gadget, which obviously involves an alligator clip so he can escape captivity. In the second pic he’s wearing the watch. He’s still clearly not thrilled with his latest feat of innovation, however his watch is no longer from the 80′s and so he stops to have a beer and contemplate his career, secure in the knowledge that someone finally named a watch after him. MacGyver…Stargate…And a watch. Oh yeah.

Review: Skullcandy Icons headphones

Posted in Review by Conner Flynn on March 19th, 2008

Skullcandy Icons headphones
Normally I’m not a big headphones kinda guy. I mean, I use them fairly often, but I don’t really get much enjoyment out of them as for the most part, one pair always seems pretty much like the other. So I don’t really go out of my way looking for quality and comfort. It’s been my experience that there really isn’t much room for improvement in headphone design.

I was wrong. I can admit it after listening to these headphones. When you plug a pair of Skullcandy icons in and crank up the music, the difference between these headphones and a standard pair is obvious. First, the double headband design and weight of less than 45 grams, makes for an exact fit and total comfort. You don’t even know they are on you and they don’t bother your ears. As far as sound, the 30mm audio driver really does provide absolutely crystal clear and amazing sound.