Skullcandy Crusher 2014 Review

Skullcandy Crusher 2014 Review

If you’re looking for headphones that can do it all, check out the Skullcandy Crusher 2014. This is a professional-level DJ headphone with a built-in microphone, volume control, and rules on the ear cup itself. It’s also very comfortable and easy to wear, thanks to its wireless connectivity option. At the moment it costs about $157.

What is Skullcandy Crusher 2014?

Skullcandy Crusher 2014 is a headphone. It has a detachable cord and is wireless. It has a microphone, built-in remote control, and volume control on each ear cup with the power button on the left ear cup.

The Candy Crusher 2014 comes with a rechargeable battery that can last up to 6 hours when used wirelessly or 12 hours when plugged into your device via its 3.5mm AUX cable (included).

Skullcandy Crusher 2014 Specifications

The Skullcandy Crusher 2014 is a Bluetooth speaker designed for portable use. It has a 40mm driver and frequency response of 20Hz to 20 kHz, which means it can reproduce sound in all directions. The Crusher 2014 has an impedance rating of 32 ohms—pretty low, so you won’t have trouble connecting it to your smartphone or laptop easily. You’ll also find that the battery life (up to 30 hours) is great for listening on the go!

The charging time is 2 hours on its own or 1 hour while charging via a USB cable (included).

Skullcandy Crusher 2014 Features

  • Battery life

The Skullcandy Crusher 2014 is powered by a lithium-ion battery that can be charged with the included charging dock. This takes about 3 hours to charge, which is average for most Bluetooth headphones. However, because the battery is replaceable and you can get 8 hours of playtime out of it (though this will vary depending on your usage), you’re not penalized for having to charge up at all if you forget to bring it along with your phone or whatever else has power outlets nearby!

The one downside here is that there isn’t any indicator light on the outside of this device, so we only know how much juice it’s got left once we start playing music through them. If I had seen just how much power they had before starting up my tunes, I would have known what kind of time frame my listening session would have taken over instead – but alas…

  • Build Quality

The Skullcandy Crusher’s build quality is excellent. The plastic body and metal headband are comfortable, with no rattling or creaking noises. The cable is detachable, making it easy to replace if you upgrade your headphones sometime down the road.

There’s also a carrying case with each set of headphones, so you don’t have to worry about crushing them on your way home from work or dropping them in between classes!

  • Sound Quality

The sound quality is good. It has decent bass, mids, and highs. If you’re looking for more bass in your music, this headphone isn’t going to be what you want as it doesn’t have much of it at all, but if you want something that sounds good without being too overpowering on the low end, then this might be what you’re looking for!

If there were one thing I could change about these headphones, though, it would be adding a bit more treble as sometimes, when listening through them, I feel like some frequencies are missing, which means people will complain about how they don’t hear everything properly (me included).

  • Comfort

The Skullcandy Crusher is comfortable enough that you’ll forget you’re wearing headphones. It’s lightweight and breathable, so it doesn’t restrict your movement or feel like a pressure on your head. The ear cups are raised slightly, which helps with the fit of the headphone itself but also keeps them from being too close to your ears. The ear cups themselves have relatively large openings that should accommodate most users’ ears comfortably (if not perfectly).

The Crusher sits on top of your head in a natural way, not tilted forward or backward at all—which is excellent for long runs or other strenuous activities where there’s potential for sweat buildup around the top of your head due to heat exposure during exercise or even just everyday daily life!

  • Design

The Crusher is a straightforward and minimalistic design. The ear cups are made of soft leather, while the headband is made of hard plastic. This means you won’t have to worry about your headset breaking down or wearing out as soon as you begin using it.

The ear cups aren’t detachable, so if you want to replace them with something else (such as when they get dirty), this isn’t possible either!

Compared To Other Headphones

The Crusher is a reasonably standard set of headphones, but it has some unique features that make it stand out from other earbuds. It has an in-line microphone and remote control, which lets you take calls or play music without pulling out your phone.

It also has Bluetooth technology, so you can listen wirelessly with any device that supports wireless streaming (like an iPhone or Android device). This makes it easy to use this pair of earbuds while exercising too!


Overall, the Skullcandy Crusher 2014 is an excellent value. It has a solid build quality and an incredibly comfortable design making it a perfect choice for long-time listeners. However, at this price point, you should consider other options, such as the Bose Sound Sport or Beats Solo 2, which are more expensive but offer better sound quality and comfort features like active noise cancellation.

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