Skullcandy Crusher Teardown
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Background and Identification
Skullcandy is an American audio company headquartered in Park City, Utah. The company was founded by Rick Aiden and Cris Williams in 2003. Skullcandy produces a range of audio devices (earbuds, headphones, and speakers) as well as other electronic accessories like portable chargers.
Skullcandy over-ear headphones include the Skullcandy Crushers. The Skullcandy Crushers provide optimal sound quality while offering a comfortable, over-ear design. The Skullcandy headphones are also easy to fold, stick in a carrying case, and take on the go. The Skullcandy headphones are marketed as providing “bass you can feel.” Reviews noted the headphones as being a cost-effective choice for users that really like bass.
The original Skullcandy Crushers use a wired connection, but Skullcandy has since released the Skullcandy Crushers Wireless headphones, which utilize a Bluetooth connection.
The original Skullcandy Crushers have two over-ear headphone cups that attach to an overhead band. The headphones have the Skullcandy logo on the side of the band. They have a 3.5mm audio cable with a volume control bar. The audio cable is detachable, allowing for increased portability.
- Connection: Wired
- Headphone Jack: 3.5 mm
- Dimensions: 7.99 x 5.98 x 4.02 inches
- Weight: 0.50 pounds
- Features: microphone
- Battery: 1 AA battery
- In the Box:
- Crusher Headphones
- Detachable AUX Cable
- AA Battery
- Travel Bag