Pros:-Durable-Sound great-Block outside noise-Not too expensive for what you get-Stylish
Cons:-Wire makes slight noise
The Bottom Line: My final recommendation is if you are looking for a new pair of earbuds, and you don't want to spend over $50, definently get these.
The Skullcandy TiTans are a very good set of earbuds. They cost anywhere from $20-$50. I got mine at Target for $40.
Recommend this product?
I will start off with what is included in the package:-Skullcandy TiTan earbuds-3 sizes of silicon tips-Zippered carrying case-Skullcandy logo stencil
Okay, now onto the good stuff: how these earbuds perform. The TiTans have very good sound, for their price. They could even compair to earbuds 3x their price. They have pretty deep bass, as well as good highs and mids. While they are in your ears, they block out pretty much all outside noise. This makes it very good to listen to music because you can hear it very well.
The TiTans are also VERY durable. I have had many, many other pairs of earbuds that eventually lose sound in one ear, and altogether soon after. The TiTans help this problem a lot in a couple ways:-The wire is thicker, with a nylon braid on the inside. This makes the wire less flexible so it can't bend as easily which causes the wires to break.-Down at the plug, there is a softer rubber piece which helps to keep the wire from bending too much. This is 90% of the time where most other earbuds break, when the wire bends so much inside it eventually snaps.-After where the individual earbuds join together, the 2 wires are encased in one larger single wire. This also helps with the durability because it is thicker.Up at the earbuds themselves, there is a piece of rubber where the wire enters the bud to help with the bending.-The buds are made of metal, not plastic. This makes them cold in the winter, but very strong.
And finally, with 3 different sizes of silicon tips, they can fit into anyone's ears, big or small. The carrying case also helps out to keep the wire from getting stretched and yanked when in your pocket.
The only gripe I have with these is that if the wire is rubbed up against something, such as a shirt, then it makes a slight noise you can hear in the earbuds. However it is only slight and you will get used to it fast. I don't even notice it anymore. This happens with all earbuds with silicon tips, however.
Overall, I totally recommend these earbuds over many other pairs. The sound and build quality make these very nice to own.
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