If you’re like me, you’ve been on a quest to find a pair of headphones that deliver the bass.
I’ve tried a bunch of headphones with different listeners in mind, from „accurate“ studio pairs to those with more sculpted audio profiles that aren’t so „accurate“ but deliver a more exciting sound. None could deliver the bass I wanted.
Now, I haven’t tried every pair of headphones on the market, but I can say that I’ve found a pair that fully satisfies my cravings for deep, rolling, thunderous bass. In fact, there’s so much bass in the $300 Skullcandy Crusher 360 headphones that they vibrate on my head. And I love it.
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The Crusher 360 headphones deliver that bass you’ve always been looking for, especially for bass-heavy music
I’ve been to a good number of live electronic shows, and there’s one thing that no pair of headphones has been able to replicate: that brain-rattling bass that envelops you in a shockwave blanket. Listening to high-energy electro tracks like „Catching Plays“ by Destructo, the Crusher 360 headphones deliver the kind of punchy rolling bass that sounds slightly distorted because it’s so loud. That kind of bass is only available at live shows or high-end music equipment at home.
The headphones themselves vibrate considerably with the bass, too, which is awesome, quite frankly.
Surprisingly, the phenomenal amount of bass doesn’t drown out other parts of music very much. Music won’t be as clear and bright with higher levels of bass, but they do well to amp up the treble and mids when you raise the bass.
You can adjust the bass depending on the song or genre, which is ideal for someone like me who listens to a wide range of music
Not all electronic music, and other genres of music for that matter, benefits from massive amounts of bass. If you prefer to hear the slight intricacies in more complex music, the Crusher 360s accommodate that, too. Just adjust the bass to a lower level by swiping down on the touch sensor on left ear cup.
In my case, I turn it all the way down for artists like Bonobo and tracks like „Cirrus,“ and other more gentle genres like Hawaiian music (my wife is from Hawaii). You get a delightfully bright sound that captures those intricacies, but not as bright or detailed as more „refined“ headphones. But then again, sometimes I want a little bit more bass with more complex tracks, which is something the Crusher 360 hand over with pleasure. The Crusher 360 headphones are supremely versatile.
The reason the Crusher 360 headphones can achieve so much bass is the dedicated speaker, which acts like a subwoofer
From my own experience, headphones without a dedicated bass speaker just can’t muster enough power to deliver the bass I crave, nor could they produce non-bass audio, either.
It’s an integral part to the adjustable bass levels in the Crusher 360, and it lets the main speakers do their thing for the overall sound, including lighter bass, mids, and treble.
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