Skullcandy Hesh 2 (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Speaker diameter: 50mm
- Magnet type NdFeB
- Frequency response 18-20K Hz
- Max input power: 100mW
- 3.5mm Gold plated
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I strongly recommend these headphones to anyone on a budget who is looking for a decent pair of comfortable, over the ear headphones. Personally, I use them when I play the drums. They cancel out enough of the noise from the drums and they're loud enough to still hear what you're playing (without spending over $300 on Studio headphones).
There are absolutely better headphones available to enjoy music on, that should be obvious. But someone with a budget, who can't spend more that a few bucks, isn't going to consider a $300 pair of cans when shopping around. I'm going to be as objective as I can be and only review the Hesh based on its price range. (even though reviews like these are very subjective)
MY EXPERIENCE: I've listened to music avidly since I was old enough to walk. Oldies, soul, RnB, classic rock, funk, alternative, metal, hip-hop, punk, even classical on formats such as vinyl, cassette tape, CD, MP3 and telepathy based music (word). I'm only 29, but I think I have a fair opinion on how each genre should sound when you hear it reproduced on audio equipment. Professionally, I've been in a career for 7 years now that involves serious critical listening skills (transcription of foreign languages). I won't bore you with the details, but almost every day I wear a high-end 2 lb headset for about 12 hours. I also dabble in amateur home studio music production, and have learned much in the past years about mixing and mastering tracks on reference monitors and headphones (shouldn't mix on headphones though). I hope that you will trust me with at least the technical aspects of this review.
THE BUILD TYPE: The Hesh is a pair of Closed Back Circumaural (around the ears) 50mm driver headphones. The two main types of circumaural headphones are closed back and open (or semi-open). Most likely, you won't be able to find a set of open-back headphones for under $50. That shouldn't bother you though, since open-back headphones have an airy sound (a drier, tinny sound).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I remember I bought this 6 years ago, they sound awesome but broke after 2 months of use, I don't recommend them.Published 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
It's not the same product what you see in the picture when they sell it than the product you received, the colors and materials are way beyond differents,Published 3 months ago by Melvin
best headphones EVER! They lasted for 2 years, and then someone stepped on them.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer