Skullcandy Uprock - Auriculares color azul/negro
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- Descripción del producto: Uprock Skullcandy
- Audifonos: circumaural
- Estilo auricular portable: diadema
- Potencia máxima de entrada: 120 mW
- Conectividad: Con cables
- Longitud del cable: 1,3 m
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Color del producto: Azul
Frecuencia de auricular: 20 - 20000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 1.3 m
Obstrucción: 32 Ohmio
Potencia máxima de entrada: 120 mW
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de imán: neodimio
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Skullcandy's Uprock was a change for me. I never liked the bulkiness of on-ear/over-the-ear headphones, but these are EXTREMELY comfortable. I cannot stress how comfortable they sit on the ears. My only complaint about these headphones is that the grooves on the headset (that determine the length of the ears) never hold the size you desire. For example, if there are 10 notches, with the first notch being the smallest, and the 10th notch being the largest, if you set the headset to five, when you put these on, they'll quickly loosen up and extend to the largest setting. It's incredibly frustrating, because I would like to NOT wear these at the largest setting, but alas, these headphones are so comfortable, that I can overlook that -- it also helps that I have a fairly large head (7 3/8 in those fitted MLB hats), so the largest size isn't too much of a problem.
Another caveat I've always had with 99% of my headphones is that the cords are always tangled up in a huge mess. The flat cord on these Sukllcandies are a godsend. It's great that it's just one flat cord that never gets tangled. This is feature that would be overlooked by many.
Finally, the sound: what a lot of people don't realize is that the sound that they hear (or lack thereof) is also due to the file type. If all you're listening to are 128 kbps MP3s, I don't care if you have an entire Bose sound system on your head, the files are going to sound like trash when you turn up the volume halfway. With that said, listening to 320 kbps MP3s (as a test) and authentic FLACs (for the audiophiles out there) sounded great with these. Even at the highest volume setting, there was minimal sound distortion. The bass was sufficient and the clarity was fine. Another thing this headset does well is minimize outside sound aka noise-canceling. I find myself lowering the headset while I walk the streets of Manhattan for fear of not hearing people/traffic.
4/5 stars for this headset (the missing star is due to the faulty size setting). Highly recommended!
I began wearing them to work out in and they were still comfortable, even with my glasses. However, I would get sweaty and these headphones couldn’t handle it. Over time, I think my sweat affected the quality because they began to get static-y, one ear stopped working, and the volume just wasn’t as good. I eventually had to toss them because they stopped working altogether.
These are good headphones for the price, but do not work out in them. They will not hold up! If you want excellent quality that cancel outside noise, save up for some beats because I have them and they are definitely worth the money. These would be good for a young kid who will eventually ruin them anyway.
SOUND: These have some pretty decent sound, they dont sound the best off the bat, I use the equalizer to make them sound better. and the bass is not too bad either, its not punchy but the bass is audible.
QUALITY: they are okay construction, they definately look and feel nice, but are made of plastic (im not expecting too much from 10$ headphones)
PRICE: I got these for 10$ and they sound good for that price range, if I got them full price I wouldn't be too excited.
Overall they are some nice looking, good design headphones! Can't expect too much from them but they are nice and I love Skullcandy!
I wish I hadn't bothered.
- the headphones arrived well within two weeks
- they fit comfortably, though I haven't worn them for more than a few hours at a time yet. I imagine they might fit tightly on someone with a bigger head
- they have excellent sound isolation
- they immediately felt cheap when I pulled them out of the package. They feel very easily breakable. I'd be afraid to carry them around in my purse because they might get crushed!
- they are not nearly as aesthetically pleasing as I was expecting
- THE SOUND IS AWFUL! I prefer the sound of my iPod stock earbuds to this. I was expecting something really good since I really enjoyed the sound of the earbuds. They sound as cheap as they feel.
Even with severe equalizing, it still is impossible to find the perfect setting. The default EQs my iPod had to offer helped slightly but I swear I had to change the settings after every song. I never had to do such a thing with any other pair of headphones.
They are very mid-heavy without any EQ. The bass response is good. The treble is okay. But overall the balance is horrible and it sounds like listening to an old car stereo.
So I would say save your money and opt for something else.
I have a great pair of Sennheisers that I only spent about $20. They sound miles better than these. I only bought these because the Sennheisers have more of a chunky studio design, and I wanted something, well, prettier to wear when listening to my iPod.
Either fork out the cash for a higher end of Skullcandy overears or go for Sennheiser or another well-known brand.