Skullcandy SGHEBZ-17 Hesh Over-Ear Headphone with In-Line Microphone and Control Switch – Dwyane Wade

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Style. Sophistication. South Beach. Paying homage to the Heat’s “white-out” tradition at big home games, Skullcandy delivers a headphone worthy of Miami’s fashion forward mindset. Brushed white suede with subtle embroidery across the top of the headphone make this a design any DWade fan will crave. Skullcandy doing our part to help you be as

Style. Sophistication. South Beach. Paying homage to the Heat’s “white-out” tradition at big home games, Skullcandy delivers a headphone worthy of Miami’s fashion forward mindset. Brushed white suede with subtle embroidery across the top of the headphone make this a design any DWade fan will crave. Skullcandy doing our part to help you be as smooth off the court as DWade is on it. Blissfully contribute to the demise of your hearing as you blast your music through the Skullcandy Hesh Headphones. The Hesh Headphone’s earcup uses a monstrous 50mm power driver and a sound-boosting dome shape to produce studio quality sound at an affordable price. A soft leather headwrap and earpads make non-stop rocking comfortable, or at least until you need to recharge your iPod. When you’re on the subway, adjust your music’s volume with the in-line control to hear what stop you’re at whether you understand what the garbled voice says over the intercom is another matter.

Product Features

  • Frequency range: 18-20K Hz
  • Impedance: 32 ohms,Max input power: 100mW
  • Speaker Diameter is 50mm
  • Plug type is 3.5 mm gold plated
  • In-line volume control

Comments

sanghyun says:

PERFECT–Love Them (: When I was considering buying these headphones, I was reading a lot of reviews on them that made me not want to buy them. People were saying they were the crappiest headphones ever & that they’re a waste of money. Truthfully, these people are just plain wrong. They’re expecting way too much out of $50 headphones. I think that these are pretty beast for $50 headphones. They sound amazing & the bass is awesome as well but not so overpowering that it distorts the sound. They also do an awesome job of blocking out surrounding noises. I know there are a lot of people who say these hurt your ears after wearing them for too long, don’t worry about that too much. Just a simple readjustment will stop that from happening. The only thing that’s a bad thing is that they do leak some sound. But that’s not that big of a deal for me so to me, this product is flawless. Another thing: everyone is saying that these are made out of some cheap crappy material that breaks easily. Once again, wrong. If you…

bonusmoshpti says:

“High” value for the price Considering I bought these headphones for $50, the sound quality is very good. I also own a pair of $120 Able Planet NC Headphones and of course there is a significant difference in sound quality. Do not buy these if you are looking for a pair of traveling headphones as they do not assist in reducing the low humming of voices or car engines. However, they are good headphones with decent enough quality to play a wide range of music. And I would agree with other reviews… I have never heard a non-powered headphone pair sound this LOUD when simply plugged into my iPod.I strongly recommend these headphones to anyone on a budget who is looking for a decent pair of comfortable, over the ear headphones. Personally, I use them when I play the drums. They cancel out enough of the noise from the drums and they’re loud enough to still hear what you’re playing (without spending over $300 on Studio headphones).

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