Many popular genres of music today are all about the bass, and listeners have come to expect the same from their headphones and speakers. While a lot of popular brands offer bass-boosted options in the affordable and mid-range headphone space, none have gone quite as far as Skullcandy.
The headphones are powered by 40mm dynamic drivers and have a frequency response range of 20-20,000Hz. For connectivity, the Skullcandy Crusher Evo uses Bluetooth 5, with support for the SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs.
The lack of support for Qualcomm aptX is a bit disappointing given that it is present on the Crusher ANC, and would have been a useful addition. Included in the sales package of the Skullcandy Crusher Evo is a nylon carry case, a USB charging cable, and a stereo cable for wired connectivity.
d the headphones came close to that figure in my testing, with varying volume levels and the bass slider set at different points throughout the review period.
The Skullcandy Crusher Evo makes no audiophile promises and doesn’t claim to be optimized for high-resolution music.
Skullcandy Crusher Evo Wireless headphones’ core tuning, or turn it up to a point where the entire headset shakes your head.
A slight increase in the bass level brought enough ‘feel’ to this classic track, and setting it to the 30 percent mark made for a uniquely engaging listen, bringing to the fore the very aggression that defines it.
This is a great pair of Skullcandy Crusher Evo Wireless headphones for bass lovers, provided your music tastes are appropriately bass-focused. If you’re looking for a more well-rounded and detailed pair of headphones, the WH-CH710N would be a better bet at a lower price.
Skullcandy Crusher Evo is meant for music, but you can of course use it as a hands-free headset for voice calls if needed. Sound quality on calls was decent enough, with clear voices and reasonably good microphone performance.