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    THEY'RE VERY GOOD

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    November 30th, 2013

    by Mac

    i bought these when my 3 year old uprocks gave out and i panicked as i am a major audiophile and i was going to hong kong for my grandparents 50th anniversary. its a 16 hour flight so i needed something insanely comfortable. Also, as i mentioned before, i would throw headphones into a street as i need crisp music or i go crazy. Im extremely OCD about music and i can pick up any imperfection. finally, for traveling, i need headphones that can be abused and wont break. i cant go a day without music. in fact, i play trumpet and am learning guitar. i love music so much i am in my schools A/V club so i can listen to music at school. these headphones are among the best ive ever used and they exceeded my expectations and blew away my criteria. i hate how muddy beats sound and these are 1) less money 2) better sound quality and 3) more stylish. im done here, if you dont believe me, have fun crying yourself to sleep to whatever headphones you buy because these are amazing.

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    Excellent but...

    May 2nd, 2013

    by Jonathan

    The first pair I got of these was wonderful, I got it in black, and I only had them for a couple months. But then as I was putting them on one night one side did not have any audio in the ear. So I got the warranty and got a new pair. The second pair was red and it looks really stylish and I have really enjoyed the sound quality. My main complaint for these headphones is the build quality, my experience as far as build quality has not been good. I'm on my second pair right now and there is rattling in one ear, and it's not in very good condition for only being 2 months old. In conclusion these are better than any beats headphones you could buy for a cheaper price and the sound quality is amazing for the price, but the build quality is not up to par for me but I would still recommend these to anyone just because of there stylish look.

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    Wow!

    April 21st, 2013

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    Not the airport headphones lol :) Excellent when equalized!

    April 10th, 2013

    by Bryan F. Carpio

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    outstanding!

    November 11th, 2012

    by Sienna

    Took the Aviators for a spin in the store and I was absolutely left speechless! The quality of these headphones is outstanding and i definitely recommend at least giving them a try.

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    FOR BASS LOVERS OUT THERE!

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    by Callum

    I got fixed up with these after breaking my G.I's (thanks to lifetime warranty!) and I have to say these headphones are by far the most crisp and clear sounding headphone in every aspect of sound quality. I personally listen to DUBSTEP and these headphones keep the bass heavy with no distortion what so ever. An even clearer experience with rock and acoustic. I thought the bass could have a little more kick, but listening to other branded headphones, the bass in these will make you a proud owner of such excellent headphones. Build quality = 9/10 Looks = 10/10 Overall = Amazing headphone, well worth the money with lifetime warranty, can't ask for anything more.

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    Mind Blowing

    September 8th, 2012

    by Jonah

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    Great for rock and metal!

    August 25th, 2012

    by Mark Ryan

    The sound quality is very crisp and clear! I have owned two skullcrushers for about a year now, as with skullcrushers the bass is to over powering with rock and metal genres of music and makes it hard to hear the words in the songs. So, I decided to get the Aviators because I heard from another metal head that they were great for rock and metal. I totally agree with my friend they are ideal for rock and metal! Don’t get me wrong the bass is still really good for rap and dubstep! There are only two things I think that could pose a problem; one is the cord is small in width which could be easily lost, and second thing is the sound canceling is to the greatest, it blocks about 50% of room noise. But over all I would recommend the Aviators for anyone who enjoys music in excellent sound quality! They are worth every penny! 5 out of 5 stars hands down!

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    Awesome!!!!

    June 24th, 2012

    by Mike

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    Well done, Skullcandy.

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    by Curtis G.

    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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    by DahooH.

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    Best Skullcandy Product

    May 9th, 2012

    by Dallen Pearson

    Sound lives up the the supreme sound name. Very good build, im not sure if i like the change from metal to plastic in the main bars on the headphones. I like the detachable wire simply because it makes it easier to store the headphones and its give them greater durability. Plus ive heard that if the wire breaks you just have to send in the wire and theyll send you a new one, instead of having to send in the headhones themself. The mic, track control and volume buttons work great. Vioce control on my ipod is smooth and accurate. Volume change is easy and very convinient. The comfort is very, very good. When you first put these babies on they just feel natural. No pressure points, no shallow padding. Some people question whether the headband will be uncomforable, not the case, it provides a very natural fit that doesnt cause discomfort. Overall a very good pair of cans :)

    BOTTOM LINE YES, I recommend this product

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    Recommended if you're on a $150 budget

    May 9th, 2012

    by Aaron

    Very good bass and sound and very comfortable. Quality seems good and cool style. Could be a little cheaper but not too overpriced, definitely recommend if you are willing to spend some extra money.

    BOTTOM LINE YES, I recommend this product

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    Seriously the best looking headphone ever made

    May 8th, 2012

    by Robbie

    This is the raddest looking headphone I've ever seen. And they are comfortable! The sound is better than some other high end headphones I've tried so I guess I'm pretty impressed that they only cost $150. Way to go Skullcandy.

    BOTTOM LINE YES, I recommend this product

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    Best Headphones Ever

    May 6th, 2012

    by Connor McCoy

    These headphones are very comfortable, portable, and the sound quality is the best i have ever heard. The detatchable cord feature is also very useful. It also comes with a leather carrying puch. Buy these

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    I love this product!!!!!!

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    I love this product!!!!!! my #SkullCandy headphones have amazing bass lol i love it :))

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    These are Great

    May 1st, 2012

    by Connor McCoy

    These are the best headphones on earth!!!!!! I definately reccomend these, i won them off of a skullcandy contest on facebook and i am extremely satisfied with these. They blow Beats By Dre Pro's out of the water. Buy these!!

    BOTTOM LINE YES, I recommend this product

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    The Aviators’ styling is unique and fashionable, but not garish. True to the name, they’re reminiscent of the iconic aviator sunglasses. They have see-through plastic over-the-ear cups, leather pads, suede headband, nylon cord and chrome accents along the edges. Three colors are available: white, black and brown/gold.

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    The Aviators can get a little abrasive at times, especially when you’re listening to modern rock or techno. And the bass isn’t as present as I’d like it to be. Hip-hop sounds oddly tinny. But put on some mellower stuff that hasn’t been amped up to appeal to today’s ADHD standards — Nina Simone, Cat Power, James Blake, singer-songwriter stuff, classic rock — and the Aviators impress. My headphone nerd friends were all curious, so we passed them around and everyone agreed: solid.

    Read More...

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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