Skullcandy Crusher S6CRW Reviews

Skullcandy Crusher S6CRW
$224.99 - $299.00 from 7 retailers
Expert Reviews: 
 3.7
User Reviews: 
 4.7
Features
Usability
 4.0
Sound
 3.1
 
 
Verdict: While MajorHifi has been delving into more audiophile gadgets as of late, today I've uncovered a pair of Skullcandy Crushers on my desk, just begging for a listening session. At just $99, these headphones seem too lo-fi for the critical listening crowd, and just a tad expensive for the casual...

Read full review at Major HiFi
1 year ago
Major HiFi
 

Skullcandy Crusher Wireless review: The bass just dropped!

 
4.0
Verdict: If you don't like ‘bass', we suggest you go look for other headphones. Because that is what Skullcandy's latest Crusher Wireless does - it actually shakes you up. We meant it in the sense that the bass was inexplicable and sounded akin to the heavy bass you hear in clubs and subwoofers.

Read full review at Deccan Chronicle
1 year ago
Deccan Chronicle
 

Skullcandy Crusher Wireless Headphones Are a Treat for Your Ears!

Pros: Comfortable headband and cups; sound quality is outstanding; long battery life; works well as a voice headset
Cons: Trapped heat after a while; even folded there is still a lot of bulk
Verdict: I am not an audiophile. It's a disclaimer I try to put in front of every audio review I do because it means my review is coming from a layperson's view. My hearing isn't fantastic, and I tend to listen to either podcasts or rock music, so I don't always appreciate some of the nuances that come from...

Read full review at Gear Diary
1 year ago
Gear Diary
 

Headphone Review: Skullcandy Crusher Wireless

 
4.0
Verdict: My first impression from the Crusher 1.0 was thinking how gimmicky, but how oddly convincing the need for such an obscene amount of bass in my life actually is. I distinctly remember struggling to listen with the subwoofer on for more than one song, it seems Skullcandy have taken this on board and...

Read full review at Fortitude Magazine
1 year ago
Fortitude Magazine
 

A Skullcandy Headset : Skullcandy Crusher

 
3.5
Verdict: What do a Skullcandy headset and a character from Last of the Summer Wine have in common? Their name!
1 year ago
GadgetSpeak
 

A Skullcandy Headset : Skullcandy Crusher

 
3.5
Verdict: What do a Skullcandy headset and a character from Last of the Summer Wine have in common Their name!

Read full review at GadgetSpeak
1 year ago
GadgetSpeak
 

Skullcandy Crusher Wireless Bluetooth Headphones Review

Verdict: Skullcandy products are often associated with a huge price tag that some users don't always consider justified. This can be an especially grey area with wireless headphones, since companies can be tempted to charge a premium price for products that boast lots of features, but don't necessarily...

Read full review at Nerd Techy
1 year ago
Nerd Techy
 

Skullcandy Crusher

Verdict: Skullcandy headphones are generally targeted at people involved in outdoor action sports like snowboarding or skateboarding, but the headphones in the Crusher series have a classic style and design that appeals to music lovers of all activity levels and walks of life.
1 year ago
TopTenREVIEWS
 
Verdict: Crusher from Skullcandy is the kind of headphone which can be used both for professional office as well as gaming purposes. It looks decent with curvy design form factor, and further has got soft cushion cups to comfort your eyes.

Read full review at thetechy.com
2 years ago
thetechy.com
 

Skullcandy Crusher review

 
3.5
Verdict: At $99 (£89.99, AU$115), the Skullcandy Crusher headphones are all about that bass. With bass drivers so strong they actually vibrate, the Crusher lathers a fun (but divisive), thick, gooey coat of bass to every track that's pushed through its cans.

Read full review at TechRadar UK
3 years ago
TechRadar UK
 

Skullcandy Crusher Review

 
4.5
Pros: Good sound and bass, Separate bass driver with control, Inline microphone and mute, Very comfortable
Cons: Overall quality is just a little lacking
Verdict: The Skullcandy Crusher is a stereo headset with microphone that has two drivers in each ear for extra bass while the inline control allows for easy mute of the microphone. The Skullcandy Crusher is a unique headphone that has a separate bass driver which can be adjusted for the amount of bass you...

Read full review at Jeffs Reviews
4 years ago
Jeffs Reviews
 
Verdict: Bass. How low can you go? Sure, this might be a Public Enemy lyric, but it's also a question that a lot of people find themselves asking when looking for headphones. Though it's easier these days to find headphones with vision-blurring low end, it is possible to have too much of a good thing.
4 years ago
androidauthority.com
 

Skullcandy Crusher Review

 
3.8
Pros: Massive bass, Adjustable level of bass, Interesting gimmick
Cons: Not many features, Won't appeal to everyone
Verdict: The Skullcandy Crusher headphones offer adjustable bass you can feel. Literally. But are they worth it for non-bassheads?

Read full review at soundguys.com
4 years ago
soundguys.com
 

A Unique Bass Sensation: The Skullcandy Crusher

Verdict: I know a lot of audiophiles will think me silly for saying so, but I like the Skullcandy Crusher. Young folks want bass and cool, new stuff, and at $99 the Crusher does a great job of delivering fun and cool without breaking the bank.

Read full review at innerfidelity.com
4 years ago
innerfidelity.com
 

Skullcandy Crusher Headphones Review

 
3.5
Pros: Durable fame, Affordable, Adjustable vibration effect deepens bass
Cons: Frame looks a bit cheap, Bass effect can distort music at high volume
Verdict: Skullcandy brings the boom with its $99.99 Crusher headphones. Outfitted with the company's Sensation55 driver technology, which causes the cans to literally vibrate, it feels like you're walking around with a large subwoofer on your head.

Read full review at Tom's Guide
4 years ago
Tom's Guide
 

Skullcandy Crusher

 
3.0
Verdict: The Skullcandy Crusher are rather unusual headphones. As well as a normal headphone driver, they use a separate subwoofer in each ear called the Sensation55, powered by an AA battery. This is designed to blast your brain with low-end power. And it sure does.

Read full review at TrustedReviews
4 years ago
TrustedReviews
 

Skullcandy Crusher

 
3.5
Pros: Powerful audio output, with slider to adjust bass response. Works in passive mode, without a battery. Inline remote control and microphone for mobile devices
Cons: Bass boost goes to ridiculously high levels. AA battery required for the bass slider to work
Verdict: As deep bass becomes increasingly easier to produce in relatively affordable headphones , companies are adding new tricks to the equation to win your interest. Beyerdynamic and Skullcandy both recently released headphones with adjustable bass sliders-but Skullcandy's Crusher, at $99.95 (direct), is...

Read full review at PC Magazine
5 years ago
PC Magazine
 
 
3.0
Verdict: The Skullcandy Crusher promises bass you can feel, and that's exactly what it delivers. With the bass driver turned to max, music certainly loses some of its texture; upper notes on guitars, flutes, and the like really get lost in the shuffle. And there are other bones to pick, too.
5 years ago
printerinfo.com
 

Skullcandy Crusher

 
4.8
Verdict: Valued at $159.95AUD (August 2013) and available in three colours (Black, Red & White), the Skullcandy Crusher is the latest portable headphone to hit the market that target a number of key elements for the end-user.
5 years ago
impulsegamer
 

Amazing Bass

 
5.0
Verdict: The best headphones I've ever had ! They are loud , Bassey and just Amazing ! I love them and even baught me mum some :)

Read full review at Littlewoods
3 weeks ago
Littlewoods
 

Excellent value for money! One word "BASS"

 
5.0
Pros: Ease to use, Good build quality, Value for money, Looks good, None
Verdict: "Excellent for the price, awesome sound quality and great adjustable base, great controls. Very impressed with these headphones "

Read full review at Appliances Online
1 month ago
Appliances Online
 

Fantastic Product

 
5.0
Verdict: Great product at great price
3 months ago
Sam's Club
 

Good headphones

 
5.0
Verdict: Sound is clear, excellent bass (maybe to much with bass slider turned right up). In this sort of price range i.e not studio headphones they are definately one of the better headphones out there. Maybe more suitable for EDM, R&B and that sort of club music. They definately give a satisfying sound.
5 months ago
Argos
 
 
5.0
Verdict: Love the sound quality and the bass! Love them so much this is the second pair I have bought since my son wanted my first pair!

Read full review at Walmart
5 months ago
Walmart
 

Fav new toy

 
5.0
Verdict: Love these headphones. The bass is almost too much but u can adjust it. Nice upgraded soft case & the charge time is ridiculous! Like 40 hours!! Oh and these fold for travel and they tension in the headband so they fit super snug and block outside noise.

Read full review at Target
6 months ago
Target
 

Love the haptic bass!

 
5.0
Verdict: Prompt postage & the haptic bass is super fun

Read full review at amazon.com.au
6 months ago
amazon.com.au
 

0's and was very disappointed. I sent the Sennheisers back and did my ...

 
5.0
Verdict: I initially bought the Sennheiser momentum 2.0's and was very disappointed. I sent the Sennheisers back and did my research and bought these instead and saved myself 80 euro in doing so. All I can say is these are an excellent pair of headphones.

Read full review at Amazon
6 months ago
Amazon
 

Don't trust

 
5.0
Verdict: I bought these in December. They broke the first time I wore them. The piece where the headphones extend to fit was cracked and snapped. Very have the worst customer service known to man and refused a refund as apparently it isn't a manufacturing fault if something breaks after a whole day.

Read full review at very.co.uk
6 months ago
very.co.uk
 

Amazing sound quality

 
5.0
Verdict: I bought these with a friend of mine yesterday, amazing sound quality with a bass boost toggle making them the best headphones ive owned in a while!
10 months ago
maplin.co.uk
 

SkullCandy Crusher Wireless Over-ear Headphones - Black - with Haptic Feedback for VR, Music, & Gaming

 
2.5
Verdict: I love these. Bluetooth technology is in a pretty great state to work in place of wires, and these headphones help prove that. The sound is very clear, and I was amazed by the battery life; I was beginning to think that it'd never end.

Read full review at PB Tech
11 months ago
PB Tech
 

Magnificent product

 
5.0
Verdict: Best Headphone till date as I have ever used.All its features work precisely as it promised. Bass is heavenly. Clarity of sound with all nuances is just treat to the ears and mind. Loudness level is unparalleled.
1 year ago
amazon.in
 

"Excellent Bass, Bad Sound Leakage"

 
5.0
Verdict: The bass sounds amazing, works and feels great on the ears, connects easily to phones via bluetooth. Noise cancelling works really well but the headset itself has bad sound leakage, you have to have your music at about 50% for it to not be heard by others sitting near you.
1 year ago
Mighty Ape
 

Sound quality and comfort were great but the tiny pin that connects the head and ...

 
5.0
Verdict: Sound quality and comfort were great but the tiny pin that connects the head and to the earphone broke after a week

Read full review at amazon.ca
1 year ago
amazon.ca
 

This is a great product!

 
5.0
Pros: Attractive Design, Durable, Great feel, Great Sound, Lightweight
Verdict: These headphones are fantastic! Clear sound, awesome bass that you feel in your bones. Highly recommend!
3 years ago
RC Willey
 

Skullcandy Crusher Headphones with Mic White, One Size

 
4.0
Pros: - Foldable, internal amp, soundstage is fantastic, light, easy access to battery. very comfortable
Cons: - Bass sounds somewhat unnatural, speakers to small for me (like big ones), bass shaker( don't feel the natural product of speaker
Verdict: I got these headphones because I needed headphones other than the JVC 55x because the 55xs leaked a lo,t so i wanted headphones that wouldn't leak as much and these seemed the part. I've owned these for a couple days and I like them just not as much as i thought I would.

Read full review at head-fi.org
3 years ago
head-fi.org
 

Good set of headphones but, not increidble.

 
4.0
Pros: Affordable, Good Bass response
Cons: Cheap plastic construction, not great trebble response
Verdict: I had been looking at the over the ear Bose and Beats headphones for a long time but, they are frankly, cost prohibitive for a pair of headphones. I tried out these Skullcandy headphones just by chance and I was very impressed with the bass response. Especially for the low price point.
3 years ago
CNET
 

Da Bass !!!

 
5.0
Pros: Da Bass !!! If you like bass this is the headphone for you. There is so much the headphone's vibrate. There is dial on the left speaker to adjust the amount of bass you want but just leave it at max. The sound quality is pretty good as well and the headphones are very comfy
Cons: Plastic/Paint looks cheap for a 100 set of headphones
Verdict: I should have bought two. The next time they go on sale ill be picking up two more

Read full review at Newegg
3 years ago
Newegg
 

Best of the best!!

 
2.5
Verdict: Tried them at the store and fell in love with them. The fact that you can control the bass on the head set is awesome. I truly recommend it to anybody looking for a set of head phones. Not expensive at all!
3 years ago
GameStop
 

The best bass machines

 
5.0
Verdict: First of all thanks to snapdeal for a quick and hassle free delivery. This is perhaps the best headphones one can look for if he/she is interested in bass heavy songs. once you put the bass slider to its max and turn the volume up and put on some real bass heavy song, it almost feels like you have...
3 years ago
snapdeal.com
 

Comfortable and amazing sound

 
5.0
Verdict: I run long distances with them and they never get uncomfortable or cause my head to get too hot. Best sound I've ever heard in headphones, and the base is crazy - it virbates your head on the highest setting.

Read full review at Amazon
5 years ago
Amazon
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