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Skullcandy Smokin' Buds Earphones
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When all you want to hear is your music, the exclusive noise-eliminating sleeve on Skullcandy's Smokin' Buds Earphones makes it happen. Smokin' Buds...Read More
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With a pair of Smokin' Buds, nothing will come between you and your music!
When all you want to hear is your music, the exclusive noise-eliminating sleeve on Skullcandy's Smokin' Buds Earphones makes it happen. Smokin' Buds deliver the frequency range and fast response found in full-size headphones in a direct-to-ear package all the while isolating you from external haze.
- 9mm driver
- Ear fitting noise reduction sleeve
- Direct-to-ear high fidelity acoustic
- In-line volume control
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these earbuds are great for the money. they wont give you great bass. sounds great playing acoustic.. but they do look pretty cool... i would recommend these to anyone on a low budget.
I don't know what those other guys were listening to, but these headphones are amazing. Clear, audible powerful lows, clean highs and great mids. They fit very comfortably, and the rubber tips (inter-changeable with several provided) are very soft. My dog got ahold of mine so I'll be buying another pair.To the kid listening to an in-ear monitor with headphones; what did you expect would happen?
These Earbuds are of pretty good quality. Mine came with these rubber things that allow you to change the size of the earbuds, so they fit most ears perfectly. The in-line volume control is great too. I have three pairs, all of which work great.
They're a comfortable fit but the frequency response is poor and there is no low end. The mids are harsh and brittle. Adjusting iPod EQ helps but not enough. If you like bass and less highs, aim for something with a lower frequency response and larger driver. These are rated at 100Hz at the low end.
Pros: Inexpensive, Really good sound quality, By far the most comfortable I've ever used.Cons: Wiring is thin, Cable is too short, Volume slider really only has 3 usable positions, and the headphones have a tendency to blow at high volumes if you run any bass through them.These should have no problems with any mp3 or cd player, but my band used them with a hard wired in-ear monitor system. The volume gets pretty high, so if there's a loud pop or someone puts the bass guitar in the monitors, then the earbuds will blow. Still, I'm going to buy a few more pairs because if we lose, step on, or blow these, I won't panic. I can't say the same thing about the more expensive models.