Skullcandy S6HSDY-210 Hesh 2 Headphones with Mic, Purple

August 3, 2013 - Comment

The Hesh 2 is an elevated audio experience housed in a sleek and simplified aesthetic, complete with Supreme Sound. Experience the music the way it was meant to be heard ; Unparalleled comfort during encore playlists ; Eliminate cable tangle, increase longevity and customize your look ; Store your assets in style ; Headphone rests

The Hesh 2 is an elevated audio experience housed in a sleek and simplified aesthetic, complete with Supreme Sound. Experience the music the way it was meant to be heard ; Unparalleled comfort during encore playlists ; Eliminate cable tangle, increase longevity and customize your look ; Store your assets in style ; Headphone rests comfortably over your ear creating a perfect seal

Product Features

  • Mic1 – take or make calls, play/pause and track control, works with most Smart Phones
  • Experience the music the way it was meant to be heard
  • Unparalleled comfort during encore playlists
  • Eliminate cable tangle, increase longevity and customize your look
  • Headphone rests comfortably over your ear creating a perfect seal

Comments

stellengard says:

A Best Buy If you are looking for great looking headphones that also produce great sound quality at an affordable price, then these are for you. I also own a set of Bose headphones and although I like the Bose better, the Hesh 2 headphones have high quality craftsmanship and cost a fraction of the Bose. I can honestly say that these headphones are the best in their class and worth every penny.

Noah Ahmed says:

Low/mid-range headphones for bassheads, dance/pop/EDM, use with portable devices. EDIT – 8/5/2012: Removed extensive comparisons with other models considered to limit the length of my already somewhat long-winded review. If you care to read my in-depth thoughts on the other models, though, I plan to post a full review of each model in the next week or so.I came fairly to choosing these while looking for a pair of over-the-ear headphones primarily for on-the-go usage with a portable media player. I’ve got a pair of Skullcandy 50/50 earbuds that are overall pretty good and have served me well, but I’ve realized after about a year that I just prefer the feel of over-the-ear headphones over in-ear for a variety of reasons including overall comfort, how easy it is to accidentally pull earbuds out of your ears, or lose the rubber tips, and so on. From the other side of the spectrum, I’ve got a pair of Sennheiser HD280 over-the-ear headphones that I use as my primary “at home” listening medium. Those are freakin’ amazing and I love them, but their overall size…

Chue Vang "canonrebel" says:

great product for its class Pros:nice solid builddetachable cordthe cups cover my earsblocks out 86% of noisegreat lows and punchy bassreally cool lookgreat performance for $50-60Cons:Mids and Highs are muddy and condenseddoes not foldno protection cases includedfeels heavy after extended useConclusion:Obviously its not gonna out perform Dre Beats or Bose quiet comforts ($300)but for the price its destroys most in ear headphones out there…

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