Beats by Dr. Dre Headphones from Monster
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how do these compare to skullcandy skullcrushers?
- Asked by Spencer H from Boise
9 Answers from the Community
Like comparing McDonalds to a five star restaurant.
- Answered by Dustin J from Mount Laurel
Skullcandy is faulty and poor quality.There is a reason that you can send in broken headphones and get a brand new pair EVERYTIME the break. Me i would rather have the monster beats for the sound quality and durability.Monster has a good product here
- Answered by Sasha W from Silverthorne
Skullcandy Skullcrushers definitely have less noise bleed. You can crank the sound and no one around you can hear a thing. That's kind of important for headphones.
- Answered by Sherry G from North Syracuse
Skullcrushers are not something to compare to Dr. Dre's headphones. Skullcandy SK Pros are, people on here are so bias for Beats when truth is you get the same sound quality from SK Pros as Beats. I live on a college campus and I see Beats everywhere, I see Skullcandy too, but not as much. I have sat down and compared SK Pros to Beats and they are way too similar to spend the amount of money on Beats that you will spend. I have had my SK Pros for over a year and have had zero problems. Why wouldn't you purchase Skullcandy SK Pros, when they are cheaper, equal in quality, have a lifetime warranty, and most of all are unique in look and design. I get compliments on them all the time because of how unique they are.
-Skullcandy to the end.
- Answered by Jordan M
I still own the skullcandy Ti, with one cup in by brothers room & the rest of it underneath my bed.
Skullcandys are nothing but pleasing to the eyes. Something you wear around yor neck to look like a fashionista, they are not for listening to music.
I think they should market it as speakers with headphones looks, because it leaks more sound than a punctured bucket leaks water.
The beats will cost you pretty penny, but as long as you take care of them, they'll work for you, for as long as you need them to.
- Answered by Shalom A
actually the reason you can send them back is because skull candy is trying to compete with bose. if you are trying to get some good headphones for under 100 bucks get skull candy. those Dr. Dre ones are better but they are also way more expensive. if you are going to spend that much money buy some bose you can send them back and they are better quality
- Answered by Joshua C from Avondale
I do a bit of DJ'ing, and Musical producing/recording. And I use Skullcandy headphones more than I use my Beats by Dr. Dre. However, I don't use the skull-crushers, I find them to have awful sound, I use the Skullcandy SK Pro's. They give out better sound, and feel better on your head. As for sound cancellation, I use the beats. They do a much better job. But I mainly work in a recording studio so its pretty quite and as far as DJ'ing goes, you only use one headphone anyways so why not make it comfortable. Hope this helps!
- Answered by Larry B from Brighton
they are more punchy in the bass region. My skullcandies broke....
- Answered by Paula C from Aptos
I had the Skullcandy GI's and the left speaker blew out on me, which seems to happen with most headphones that I buy, which is why I had decided to get GI's for $80, a huge mistake. My bass and volume are too much for most, but not beats. I've had beats for what feels like forever, I love them. If you want a product that will last, so you don't have to deal with broken headphones and the hassle that is shipping them back to the manufacturers, get beats. Their bass is better than Bose, with competitive acoustics too. Skullcandy is basically garbage to me now.
- Answered by Nicholas W from Annapolis