Skullcandy Supreme Sound range out now
Skullcandy has been reborn, and its new headphone range is not only about typically cool Skullcandy looks, but high quality engineered sound. The Supreme Sound range no longer takes pre-built drivers and adds a Skullcandy look, instead these are built from the ground up with a former Bose engineer at the helm.
The point of the Supreme Sound range is to find a balanced sound that delivers attacking bass, natural vocals, and precision highs. This means whatever type of music you’re listening to it’ll be played in perfect balance.
The range comprises the achingly beautiful Aviators (left of pic) made with polycarbonite and memory foam for comfort and looks at £150. The FIX earphones (bottom centre) produce optimal sound while using FIX technology to ensure they stay in your lugholes even when doing sports (£60) and if you’re more of a DJ, the Mix Masters (top centre) offer the most precise audio, a dual channel cue control, ambidextrous audio inputs, and a one-touch mute button, all for £270. Finally there’s the Skullcandy favourite Hesh cans (bottom right) which now look way more premium (and sound it, too) but are still affordable at £60 or £65 with a mic. Keep your eyes peeled for a Stuff review.
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