Skullcandy is a american company that was founded in 2003 and offered headphones for the mobile phones of the time that could be connected to music players. Since then, the Utah-based Skullcandy people have been focusing on mobile handsets – and sports in particular. Later, special gaming handsets with surround technologies were added. Skullcandy is a sought-after brand in terms of lifestyle and sports. The list of endorsers reads like the who’s who of American sports.

The latest reviews: Skullcandy

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 4 months ago

Skullcandy Sesh

Inexpensive true wireless in-ears with powerful sound

With the Sesh, Skullcandy offers lightweight, wireless in-ears that support Bluetooth 5.0 standard and offer extensive device control for Android and iOS systems. The comfortably fitting headphones are powerfully tuned to the bass.


Bluetooth by Redaktion 6 months ago

Skullcandy Crusher ANC

Over-Ear with noise-cancelling, sound personalisation and subwoofer

"Music You Can Feel" is Skullcandys motto. And you can take that literally, because when it comes to "feeling" music, hardly any of the American Lifestyle-Companies are kidding. While others give their headphones a modern bass tuning, Skullcandy simply builds a fat subwoofer into the...


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Editor's recommendations: Skullcandy

If you are looking for completely wireless in-ears with bass affinity that sound good and are not expensive, you should take a closer look at Skullcandy’s Sesh. Their compact package is not designed for long journeys, as the headphones have a charging time that restricts mobility. In everyday use, however, you can benefit from a stable, comfortable fit and convenient wireless function, especially as these Bluetooth headphones are sweat-, water- and dust-resistant.

Maike Paeßens
Maike Paeßens 29. November 2019

The Skullcandy Crusher ANC is a headphone with highs and lows. While its sound boasts a modern tuning and proves quite pleasing in general, the background noise that’s consistently present hinders your overall listening pleasure. However, the adjustable haptic bass will surely find many fans. If you’re finding the usual headphone offerings on the market a little humdrum, the Crusher ANC is bound to brighten your day. Often, the exaggerated bass doesn’t work, but when it comes to gaming and binge-watching, you’ll find yourself truly immersed in the action. The hearing correction capabilities of these headphones also make a welcome addition, although less successful is the mediocre noise cancellation properties, the lacklustre ambient mode, as well as the rather awkward implementation of the above-mentioned hearing test.

Redaktion 26. September 2019
Skullcandy Crusher ANC