Skullcandy Crusher Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones

Last updated: August 7, 2023

Skullcandy Crusher Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones

We looked at the top Wireless Over-Ear Headphones and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Wireless Over-Ear Headphone you should buy.

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In our analysis of 166 expert reviews, the Skullcandy Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones placed 9th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Crusher offers an audio experience unlike any other on the market – one that puts you front row for your favorite music and movies. Utilizing two full-range 40mm audio drivers and additional dual bass drivers, Crusher transforms your audio into an immersive experience you don’t just hear, you feel. Pair that with wireless technology and up to 40 hours of battery life, and you have a premium Bluetooth headphone with powerful bass you can feel.

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Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Skullcandy claims a battery life of roughly 40 hours of constant playback, which would be fairly impressive all on its own.
The Skullcandy Crusher Wireless are Bluetooth headphones, and we’ve had zero problems with their wireless reliability. Like most brand-new sets, their real-world performance is near-perfect. There are chunky playback controls on the right cup.
The Crusher Wireless headphones are easy to pair to your device and once connected the Bluetooth connection remains strong. The sound quality via Bluetooth is good and consistent and you can move a reasonable distance from your device in an open space
They're also easy-to-use, have an excellent battery life, and sound fairly decent when you don't use the slider.
Powerful sound signature with massive low-end presence.
Dual audio drives and subwoofer drivers provide an immersive audio experience. Bluetooth wireless. Battery charge lasts up to 40 hours. Built-in mic. Dual-channel stereo haptic bass. Solidly built and comfortable. Includes a cable for wired listening.
The mid-range is decently well-tuned, with a warm and present low-mids, and a high-mids that seems to dip slightly.

What reviewers didn't like

The biggest downside here is that in order to charge them you’re going to have to use an older micro USB cable instead of the newer USB-C.
The bass resonance feature adds the worst kind of low-end: detached, distorted and slow.
A big problem is that both materials attract marks very easily which makes them look grubby fast.
They also do not block a lot of noise and are a bit too tight on the head, which is a little uncomfortable at times.
Bass can go far too high, even for those who like it.
Reports that the connectivity is spotty. Some felt that the headband was too thin and uncomfortable.
That padding is needed though — the headphones have quite a hard clamp.
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