Skullcandy Crusher Evo Wireless Over-Ear Bluetooth Headphones

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Skullcandy Crusher Evo Review

A great set of headphones with stupidly, ridiculously good bass that has a few issues. Here is what you should know…

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Great Bass

Good Overall Sound Quality


Only can Pair to one device at a time

Leaves a painful dent-feeling on the top of your head after a while. 

Skullcandy Crusher Evo Wireless Headphones

Man, let me tell you about these Skullcandy Crusher EVO headphones I got recently! They’ve got some serious sound game going on, and there’s a lot to love, but there are a few quirks that bug me too.

First off, the sound quality is pretty darn great overall. When I first slapped these bad boys on, I was blown away by the crispness of the audio. Whether I’m jamming to my favorite hip-hop beats or getting lost in some sweet rock ‘n’ roll riffs, the sound is on point. But let me tell you, the bass on these things is like having a subwoofer planted right inside your head! It’s thumping, vibrating, and just brings that extra oomph to my music. If you’re into bass-heavy tunes like I am, you’re gonna dig this feature.

Another thing I appreciate is the build quality. These Skullcrusher EVOs are built like tanks! They feel sturdy, and I’m not worried about them falling apart anytime soon. The materials seem durable, and the adjustable headband gives a solid click when I adjust it to fit my noggin. I’m not worried about throwing these headphones in my bag or accidentally dropping them on the floor; they can handle it.

But, you know, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows with these headphones. One thing that really grinds my gears is the limited device pairing. I mean, seriously, Skullcandy, it’s 2023! Why can’t I pair these headphones with more than one device at a time? It’s a real hassle having to go through the whole pairing and unpairing process when I switch from my iPad to my iPhone, and vice versa. Come on, give us some multi-device love!

And let me tell you, after about 30 minutes of use, the top of my head feels like it’s been subjected to some ancient Chinese torture. I began to wonder if the brand name was not actually Skull Crusher rather than Skull Candy. The padding on the headband seems decent at first, but there is a ridge in the center which forms a wedge that really grinds on you after extended time with them. I wish they’d put a little more thought into the comfort aspect. It’s a shame because I want to keep these headphones on all day, but the discomfort becomes a deal-breaker after a while.

Now, don’t get me wrong, the sound quality is impressive overall, but it does have its limits. When I tried listening to large instrumental pieces, like symphonic compositions, I felt like something was missing. The headphones struggled a bit to capture all the nuances of the intricate instruments playing together. I’m not saying it’s terrible, but it could use some improvement, especially if you’re an audiophile who loves those grandiose symphonies. As a trumpet player, I tend to listen to things with a lot of instruments such as orchestras and big band jazz.

One more thing that’s worth mentioning is the battery life. It’s not bad, but it’s not the best either. I’ve managed to get around 24 hours of playtime on a single charge, which is decent, but I’ve seen other headphones with longer-lasting batteries. It’s something to consider if you’re planning to take these on long trips or need them to last through extended listening sessions.

All in all, the Skullcandy Crusher EVO headphones are pretty dope, with their impressive sound quality and thumping bass. They feel like they’ll last forever, and I dig that. But there are a few things that hold them back from being the perfect headphones for me. The limited device pairing is a real bummer, the headband torture is no joke, and they could use some work on capturing the full magic of larger instrumental pieces. Nonetheless, if you’re a bass lover looking for some serious audio power, these headphones might just rock your world.

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  1. Rob Delisa July 21, 2023

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