Skullcandy Ink’d 2.0 Earbuds Review
Some of you have been asking about earbud recommendations and this will be a good place to start. I will be reviewing a pair of Skullcandy earbuds today, the Skullcandy Ink’d 2.0 to be exact.
Skullcandy Ink’d 2.0 – Ballin’ On A Budget
These compact, affordable earbuds pack more of a punch than I would’ve previously imagined. At the low price being offered through Amazon, (eligible for Prime benefits) you can’t really ask for a better option.
The Ink’d earbuds come with 2 pairs of rubber earbud sleeves so you can personalize your earbud’s comfort and fit for you.
Also, on the left earbud wire, it has an inline mic and control switch. You can pause your music and answer phone calls without having to reach into your pocket. Convenience at it’s finest.
How Do They Perform?
For the price you pay for the Skullcandy Ink’d 2.0’s, you will be blown away by the sound quality.
I have paid more than 20 bucks for a pair of earbuds before and I’ll be the first to tell you that I’ve also been let down more than once in doing so.
This was not the case with these ones.
Across the board, whether watching movies, playing video games, listening to music, or podcast listening, I haven’t experienced too many negatives at all.
Cons To Consider
I pay very close attention to every aspect of the experience when trying out new gear and I only have a couple of complaints.
- Depending on the shape of your ears, the silicone gel earbud sleeves tend to fall out once in a while
- After long periods of listening, slight noticeable discomfort in one ear
My Personal Experience
Now, in the past, I have steered away from the earbuds with gel earbud sleeves for various reasons. Most people seem to get along with them just fine. My complaints in the past related directly to the fit for my ears and how they tend to fall out if you’re moving around a lot.
If you are using these ones while mostly stationary, you will not be disappointed. If you plan on running or exercising mostly while using these, you might be a little bit frustrated. Once again, this revolves mostly around the shape of your ear.
Most people don’t really have any problems at all keeping them in place, this is just my personal experience.
Look No Further
All in all, Skullcandy’s are a really great place to start if you’re looking for something affordable and of decent quality. If you’re looking for something to use for casual listening, look no further.
If you want a pair of earbuds that you won’t have to feel too guilty about loosing, look no further.
Lastly, if you’re a fan of a cool logo, name, and don’t mind spending the small price for a lot of enjoyment, look no further. Feel free to check them out here and give them a try.
As always, drop a comment below on your experience and opinion and I’ll be sure to get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks for tuning in!
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What Others Say
here do a review on the Skullcandy 82.0 these are the new Skullcandy inked they redid the what a noticed is they redid the input right here it's uh so it can fit into the the smaller you know headphone jacks so this woman isn't one this is only iPad Mini but it definitely fits into the Game Boy cases and the otter boxes so I know that the and these are with the control talked the Skullcandy Inc the pair I got it was up the Rasta pair and I didn't do a review on them I just gave them away because they didn't even plug into my my case for my iPod it was because they made this it kind of like flattened out and so it would it just wouldn't stay you know plugged in or whatever and they I think they fixed that problem and so that's why I got um the other thing they were originally $24 and Best Buy had them on sale for 1295 and I had a Best Buy gift certificate a reward certificate for ten dollars so I paid three bucks for these so it kind of you know balance itself out for me okay so let's get into these things um so for 24 I'd say they're I guess they're worth it you know maybe but uh when they were on say if you can get them for like fifteen dollars under I would go ahead and get these these are nice second pair of headphones they you know like a backup hair definitely the control talk works well not the control block that's monster but it's the mic it works you know play/pause and they're uh they're supposed to be all black matte but they have this gold strip right there obviously doesn't it doesn't really bother me um they're basically just for me just to go to sleep with nothing more um or if I went to jam my my other headphones I forgot him or something which would never happen I'd use them but Oh in the rain obviously I won't use them I wouldn't want to damage my good headphone so they get the it's nice little I guess it's a regular cable it's flat though it's not tangle free it's not even tangle resistant I had problems with it but what are you gonna get for 24 bucks or 15 so they are very bass heavy you're not gonna get what you want as far as sound if you want some good sound you know you got to pay money for it if you're expecting you know the moon and you know a pot of gold with these you're not gonna get it they're just loud they definitely you know they suffice for you know if you're not expecting much you can't go and go and get these and expect two months but they do have bass and they get pretty loud they do leak oblique a bit so we're gonna do a leak test we're gonna go the iPad Mini here and go to the EQ you okay so my girlfriend's got this song playing gangster with it all right so we'll do that leak test alright alright so let's get into it here alright so it's uh I feel like dying by loane here here's another loud song Cheers drink to that Rihanna very clear song loud song I think it's I think I purchased it I can't recall but I know it's a very clear song so let's get into the leak test for that I'm just going to do a hundred percent maybe I'll go down to 75 so go okay okay so that's the review on the Skullcandy inked 2.0 I would say get them just as a pair of you know backup hair if I wouldn't get them from the Skullcandy website because the Skullcandy website hasn't for 2495 and then i think they have free shipping but after attacks maybe some shipping you're talking 30 bucks for these I was very fortunate to get these only had to pay three dollars out of pocket for these and it makes them very worth it because three bucks I mean that's a soda and a burger you know most places you know McDonald's so to give these for three bucks is definitely a good thing in the original price there's 1295 it went down I think or $12.99 went down half-price or something like that so I would say you know if you're gonna get these try to get them for under 15 make it worth it I mean you know they're just there's a skullcandy their average headphones I mean they would be perfect for a teenager you know someone that doesn't know better really they'll eat a lot they're loud for the sake of being loud they they have a lot of bass and the bass kind of covers up the you know deficiencies everywhere else you know as far as the MS the trebles and the highs you know everything else is kind of just it doesn't distort like I can handle when I had it all the way up it didn't distort or anything like that but the bass was so overwhelming and the bass when they put a lot of had a lot of bass and headphones it kind of like covers up the flaws and every other aspect of the headphone so with that said they're 12 bucks they're $24 a rigidly priced like what do you really expect you know I don't expect much and you don't get much but you don't pay much either so you can get them for what I got them for you know 12 13 bucks and actually pay three dollars you know total because I had a reward certificate ten dollars so this ball came the 82.0 that's my review thanks guys for watching appreciate it
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