Skullcandy Hesh Reviews

$79.00 - $99.00 from Parallel Imported
Manufacturer: Skullcandy
Expert Reviews: 
 2.8
User Reviews: 
 4.1
Features
Usability
 3.7
Value for money
 4.1
Features
 3.6
Product design
 4.5
Sound
 3.6
 
 

Alright. Can use some work.

3.0
Verdict: For the price of near 70 bucks, this isn't a bad buy, but it can use some work. Sound is good, bass is even, and it looks very nice. However, the few things that bug me are just the headband and how uncomfortable it feels on my head after a good half hour.
Pros: Bass is good, sound is nice and loud (thanks to 50mm drivers), and they have a nice cool look to them
Cons: Headband seems very fragile and after a while, the headphones start to feel really uncomfortable
7 years ago
 

Skullcandy Hesh 2

4.0
Verdict: Skullcandy headphones keep surprising me. The lineup has definitely kept its sporty, skater-esque stylings, but the internals seem to be improving. The recent Skullcandy Navigator is a solid, bass-friendly budget option, and the Hesh 2, starting at $69.95 (direct) for models with the inline remote,...
Pros: Distortion-free, clear audio performance with solid bass response. Inline remote and microphone for mobile phones.
Cons: Fit is a bit awkward. Can sound brittle on instrumental and classical music
6 years ago
 

Skullcandy's Pimped Out Hesh Headphones

No reviews
Verdict: If those tiny iPod earbuds just don't provide a look and a sound worthy of a true audio pimp like yourself, it might be time to step up to the Hesh Headphone Series from Skullcandy.
7 years ago
 

Skullcandy Hesh 2 – Paul Frank Scholastic Julious Headphones Review

No reviews
Verdict: Skullcandy has always been very keen on unique design. That's why we were surprised, and impressed, that they invested in designer Paul Frank's creativity to design their most ...
Pros: Detachable Cable, Fun Design, Comfortable/Cushioned, Balanced Audio, Affordable
Cons: Not Collapsible, Some Music Genres Can Sound Empty, Leather Untucked from Headband, No Right-Ear/Left-Ear Indicator
7 years ago
 

Skullcandy Hesh

1.1
Verdict: Despite their snazzy looks and general appeal to those youngins who think appearances matter more than performance, we're forced to play the part of grumpy old geezers and pooh-pooh these headphones. They have very poor audio performance, even for the low price.
7 years ago
 

Skullcandy Hesh 2.0 review

3.0
Verdict: The Skullcandy Hesh 2 headphones are essentially an update to an older version, not just visually but also under the hood. It would be fair to say that the originals took a certain amount of flak for marring original design with sound quality that may not have lived up to the hype.
Pros: Vocal clarity, Durable
Cons: Cheap design, Bass suffers, Tight on the ears
6 years ago
 

Skullcandy Hesh Over-ear Headphone

No reviews
Verdict: While there's a large segment of the population buying headphones for the aesthetics nowadays, many of the low-cost/high-fashion options are really quite terrible when it comes to the audio part of the equation.
7 years ago
 

Null

No reviews
Verdict: The value price is the lowest I know you can buy headphones with twice the quality for half the price. My headphone did not last one week!
8 years ago
 

Skullcandy Hesh

3.0
Verdict: These solid, firm-fitting headphones are available in a wide selection of finishes. An inline volume control is provided, but there's no mic or extra controls for taking calls from a smartphone.
Pros: Well-fitting, inoffensive
Cons: Need to deliver more energy, no mic
9 years ago
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