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Aviator - Red w/Mic

$119.99

Reg. $149.99

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    by Lord Draco Marevilous "diggity" Nelsion Jr. The II

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    Buy these now!

    July 18th, 2013

    by Laxer20

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    Aviators quality

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    These are awesome and have an amazing look to them.

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    July 19th, 2012

    by Root Khan

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    pretty good,

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Well done, Skullcandy.

I've had Aviators before, Brown/Gold combo, but they were the old model that didn't feature a detachable cord. These headphones are top notch. SUPER comfortable, I've been wearing them since this morning when I got them and no discomfort whatsoever. Its like clouds on my ears. Sound quality is brilliant as well. Bass is controlled yet prominent, not muddy or anything. Not too much or too little; Its just right. Treble and clarity are fantastic, very crisp and warm sounding. You owe it to yourself to get these wonderful headphones.

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Technical Specs

  • 34 ohms
  • 104 dB (1mW/500Hz)
  • less than 0.1% (1mW/500Hz)
  • approx. 200 g
  • TPE

Key Features

Pair Skullcandy with an organization like Jay-Z’s Roc Nation, and the end result is a crossbreed of street-level swagger and sophisticated class. With an optics inspired design (see the custom styled drivers for yourself) and a focus on performance, the Aviator is the Porsche of the headphone arena. Take charge of the conversation, and the music, with our in-line Mic 3, while our Attacking Bass, Natural Vocals, and Precision Highs deliver the purest experience in audio – no matter the genre. In function, form, and fit, the Aviator is Supreme Sound at its finest.

Features & Highlights

 

Supreme Sound delivers Attacking Bass, Natural Vocals and Precision Highs. Mic3 delivers complete control of any IOS device.

Soft leather touch memory foam ear pillows provide ultimate comfort.


Highest-grade materials ensure unmatched durability and style.

Detachable cable for mobility. Aviator travel bag stores your assets in safety and style.

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