Show your team spirit with Skullcandy headphones
Sure, everyone has jerseys of their favorite basketball team and player but what if you want to show your pride in a more unique way? Skullcandy is hoping to cash in on this idea by releasing a line of headphones that have player numbers and team colors/designs. If you’re a fan of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Skullcandy has the Kevin Durant headphones that display the number 35 proudly on top of Thunder blue.
Skullcandy has partnered with many different NBA stars and other athletes to release headphones with their input on the sound and styling. The NBA styled Hesh headphones come with large 50mm drivers that will be sure to provide pounding bass. These headphones are circumaural, which means that they wrap around your ear so it keeps your music to yourself and other noises outside. Skullcandy also added a nice touch to these headphones by including a microphone with buttons to control music playback and volume. You don’t have to dig in your pockets to change the volume or to skip to the next track.
Although the Skullcandy headphones will allow you to show your team spirit by displaying their colors proudly, don’t expect them to be the greatest sounding headphones. Skullcandy has a history of producing headphones with huge, impactful bass. This would be great except for the fact that bass is usually muddy, flabby, and boomy. If you’re seeking headphones that are more faithful to the recreation of your music, look into some cheap Sennheisers like the HD 202 or if you’re listening at home, the Grado SR60i.