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well its simple. the plastic/rubber part sometimes referred to as the "stub" amplifies the sound coming through the wire. and virtually without the rubber piece the sounds would hardly come out, and sound as if the headphones were blown. so it is essential to use the "bud".
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Ok I am from Utah and I have a friend who works with Skullcandy on almost a daily basis. I bought a pair without really researching how much other headphones of the sam…e quality were. They were destroyed (not their fault though)and I thought about getting another pair. I started looking at the specifics of the headphones and realized that you could get the same setup at Walmart for $17 minus the Skullcandy logo which is what you are really paying for. If you want the image you will pay for it. But I found better quality for less. The good thing about Skullcandy though is their warranty. Like I said, mine got ruined, and it took a while but they sent me a brand new, upgraded, pair which I am listening to right now. Not bad business but if I had to do it all again I probably would have just got similar headphones without paying for the brand name.
My Wal*Mart doesn't, but check out Hot Topic or Spencer's
Of course you can everybody uses Skullcandy headphones for you iPod.
Yes, if you keep the volume reasonably low. Then they are perfectly safe.
You can get them at Target ,Best-Buy, and Walmart but I would recommend getting them at Skullcandy.com because you get a lifetime warranty.
Any and every body who likes bass and loud music
Skullcandy.com your best bet.
They are good if you like loud music.
The international community has rated Skullcandy Lowrider Headphones 4 out of 5 stars. They come in many stylish designs to suit every personality and colour taste. The Lowri…ders are a cross between a professional audio headset (used by DJ's) and a professional HiFi headset. They come with built in audio-enhancers. Soft leather ear pillows prevent sound escaping. However it is all down to personal preference. There are many Skullcandy variations available, such as lowriders, skullcrushers, earbuds, aviators, collegiate and so on. Visit a specialist shop that allows you to try before you buy. Headphone preference varies by personal preferences and hearing levels.
i would say the skullcrushers. They have the best bass and comfortable. They take AA batteries for the sub woofers to work but you don't need it to listen to music. If you are…n't into bass i would go with the gi's.
The headphone jack is WAY too big for an iPod or basically any other mp3 player but you can go to best buy and get a $2 adapter for it.
It depends on the model you get, the headphones I own are comfortable.
Sennheiser! They give the best Beats and sounds. Skullcandy tend to distort
the metal thing in the skullcandy headphones is a bottle opener i think but if its not it sure works as one.