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Skullcandy INK'D Earbuds (Dark Grey) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 11mm speaker diameter
  • 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz frequency range
  • 1.3-meter cable with 3.5mm gold plated plug
  • Stylish in-ear design blocks outside noise
  • Includes 3 different sizes of silicone ear tips

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Skullcandy
  • Model: SC-INK'D/DkGry/2
  • Color Name: Dark Grey

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 2 x 9.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0014JLPUU
  • Item model number: SC-INK'D/DkGry/2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at August 7, 2003

Product Description

Anything you wear on your head affects your appearance. As an interim step toward face tattoo, consider grooving to the beat of your own drum with Skullcandy INK'D Earbuds. They combine stylish good looks with great sound--all at a great value. The 1.3-meter cord gives you the freedom you need without becoming cumbersome, and the high quality 3.5mm plug is gold plated to resist corrosion. Skullcandy INK'D Earbuds also include 3 different sizes of silicone ear tips to customize your listening experience.

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Customer Reviews

Besides the comfort, the sound quality is outstanding.
Steve D. Walden
I use these at work while I'm typing at the computer and if the cord even rubs up against my shirt or arm, I can hear it in my ears.
Overall, I highly recommend these earbuds if you're looking for cheap, long-lasting headphones with great sound.

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64 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Kuuku Acquaah-Arhin on January 27, 2009
Ok here I go. So I used the creative ep-830 sound isolating earphones for a while, they came with my zen x-fi.....but eventually my girlfriend liked them so much I kinda "lost ownership" of them ;) So I needed a replacement. i had gotten used to the intimacy of sound in ear earphones provide. I would say these have the same quality of the creative's but with slightly enhanced bass. Now, many people complain of poor sound quality. The fact is, skullcandy is one of the more recognizable and available brands out there, so most people buying these are coming from stock earbuds because they want a spare or a replacement for ipod buds. They are not ready or used to in-ear phones. I prefer in-ear phones cos they stay securely in, have top-notch bass reproduction, are much more comfortable and less ostentatious than big headphones while offering similar sound quality. But in-ear phones are not for everyone or all uses....they transmit cable hits very loudly. This is true of all in-ear phones. So you cannot expect the ink'd to be any better. Actually the better the sound isolation the better you hear your heartbeat or swallowing and the lightest touch on the cord. When I bought the ink'd I knew about all these problems and I am glad to say it isn't any worse at that than the creative ep 830's. But these sound much worse right off the bat. They need to be broken in, however once you do the sound reproduction is stellar with very much enhanced bass just how I like it! For me it took an hour, for others it might take longer. How to do this is to play music constantly with them for a while and change volume, EQ etc etc as often as possible. This will stress all the levels of the driver and allow more accurate sound reproduction.Read more ›
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By KarmaHD on January 29, 2009
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In yet another quest for more audio "stuff" I began hunting for a decent pair of Buds for my Sansa Clip which I use at the gym, and will be reviewed later. Note I have, ohhh about 10 pairs of various brands and designs, up to and including reference studio headphones I run through my Citypulse DAC converter. So needless to say I have a broad listening range of products to compare my new Skullcandy INK'D Earbuds too. As usual I search all the review sites looking for the best sound verses best price, (since these are tight times), my goal was to find a decent sounding not too bass'ie comfortable pair of buds. Well I found them, I was blown away by the depth of sound, the rather clean bass, and excellent tonal quality of such, dare I say cheap set of buds.

I have learned to be cautious of anyone who states, "I am and audiophile", as one such reviewer did here, don't let them sway you, of course the Skullcandy Bud's don't compare to a set of full ear headphones, that is not the purpose for which they were designed. And considering I am exclusively playing MP3'S, hear me, there is really no logical need to spend hundreds of dollars on earbuds, sorry Sure! Save that money for the really necessary things like, bigger speakers, or 60 inch plasma TV'S!!

Tongue in cheek, I am an audiophile, or an idiot who has spent enough money on audio equipment he could have used the money to add a second floor to his house, oh well we have our obsessions, you WILL NOT find better sound for less than a $100, no the Skullcandy buds will not shake your fillings out, rattle your glasses off your head, or bring tears to your eyes, with deep bass, crystal highs, or perfect mid's, but they will offer you excellent sound, playing compressed MP3 digital music on any MP3 player including my $50.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Chris Zee Shutterbug VINE VOICE on December 15, 2008
JVC Marshmallow vs Skullcandy Ink'd Budget headphone comparison.

I use the headphones with Ipods. A Touch, a Nano, and a Shuffle. My standard headphones for the last couple of years were Sony EX51LP which are no longer made. The Marshmallow and the Ink'd headphones are somewhat similar in specifications ie sub 10HZ low end and greater than 20KHZ top end and a ~100db/mw sensitivity. They are less expensive than the Sony's, typically being offered between 10$ on sale and 25$ list. All of these are in the ear canal type buds as compared to the hockey puck type between the ear lobe type original Ipod type (And the Sony MDR828LP type also mentioned) To be helpful I will try to avoid repeating the OEM (manufacturers) information and what other reviewers have said. I listen mostly to Indie Rock, Alternative, and some Pop.

First the Ink'd (better specs and lower price than Smokin' by the way). Wow, what a surprise. Physically they are a bit longer (1/8") than the Sony, at 7/8", which makes them less comfortable in your ear as they stick out a little more, should you ever fall asleep with them on. The cord is medium thick, between the very thin Sony and the somewhat thick JVC, probably optimum for durability vs flexibility. 36" before the split and 15" after the split. The in the ear driver units are on the large side (bigger than Sony, same as JVC), and are not labeled Right or Left. With the Skull candy Logo at the split facing front, the right piece will be on the right side. If it is important to you, take a red Sharpie and mark the right one with a Red dot for Right (a drop of red nail polish works even better). The plug is straight (I prefer the angled type).

Now the sound, and this is a pleasant surprise. Although get ready for something strange first.
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