I previously owned the skullcandy roc nation aviators, and wanted a cordless headphone because the cord kept getting caught and getting yanked. I love the battery life, only charge it once a week if that. The sound is crystal clear, the separation of the instruments is great, the adjustable bass is nice because every song is mixed differently. In some songs, i hear things i've never heard before because they go that low. Great and easy to use controls, which makes for great workout headphones too.
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These headphones have a far more expansive and involving soundstage than most budget wireless pairs - they're full and rich-sounding, with the sort of tasteful bass drive that will please the masses without instantly turning off the chin-stroking crowd. Their delivery of vocals is particularly great despite not having a very forward mid-range, with very natural tonality, although they could be a hint less smooth and soft, to add hi-fi-like separation to the wide soundstage. In fact they're absolutely excellent P7, setting a lofty standard that rivals in this price range will struggle to emulate. The company has built a pair of Bluetooth headphones that impress with their stunning sound quality, elegant looks, premium comfort and slick, user-friendly Bluetooth controls.
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MSRP Design Available in matte black, the circumaural over-ear Crusher Wireless offer an exceptionally comfortable fit, with memory foam earpads and a well-cushioned headband. The earcups fully envelop the ear and even offer a moderate degree of passive noise isolation—enough to tamp down surrounding office chatter or take a small bite out of loud plane or train ambient noise. There are three buttons on the side panel of the right earcup. A central multifunction power button also handles playback, Bluetooth pairing, and call management. The plus and minus buttons handle both volume they work in conjunction with your mobile device's master volume levels and track navigation—not our favorite style of control, as it makes it easy to accidentally skip a track when you mean to only adjust the volume.
The perforated earpads are sufficiently cushioned and feel comfortable, but the headband can seem a little tight on the scalp. The pair has a very secure, lightweight fit, however, so easing the headband enough to relax the pressure on your skull doesn't mean they will fall off because they're too loose. So yes, if you hold down the play button too long, you can inadvertently power down, and you can also skip a track when you're trying to adjust the volume, but once you know this, it's an unlikely mistake. The volume controls work in conjunction with your mobile device's volume levels.