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Skullcandy Lowrider DJ Headphones (Black/Gold)

Released on 04 August 2007

Manufacturer: Skullcandy

(24 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

Condition:  New

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Groove with these DJ-style earphones that feature 40mm drivers for powerful sound. The compact and foldable design tags along for easy portability.
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  • Key Features:
  • DJ Headphones
  • Over-the-head design
  • foldable for easy storage and travel
  • 40mm drivers for deep bass
  • Neodymium magnet
  • Swivel ear cups with foam cushions with faux leather cover for a comfortable fit
  • 4' cord
  • 3.5mm gold-plated stereo plug
  • Frequency response: 20Hz - 20kHz
  • Sensitivity: 100dB
  • Impedance: 32 ohms
  • Lightweight design

customer Reviews

 Average rating (24 reviews)

 Great value!!!

| | See all Seven86's reviews (3)

I've been through many pairs of headphones and i have to say these are up there with all the expensive ones i've owned. The warranty is excellent counldn't wish for more.

btw Splagbot, 4' means 4 feet, 4' = 121.92cm so the description isn't wrong...

 Pretty dam good

| | See all deathclan99's reviews (6)

Well im really pleased with them, As a audio tech i tend to live in head phones. Some on had sent these in for repair as they had busted the cable, when i enquired how much they paid i went on here and ordered some, the sound quality isnt bad considering there going to get some abuse from teenagers.

In terms of sound quality, there no B&O A8 or Sennheiser pxc300 but considering ur looking over £100 for both of them i didnt think £18 was bad for what you get,

Sound Bass, bit thick but overall good FUN!
Sound Trebble, preforms where needed so no complaints.
(Bit thick, and heavy)

Looks, i love them and nice and alternitive and as Skullcandy say "good guys dont always wear white"

Build is ok bit plasicy but once again its £18

If you have £20 and ur ipod bud's are shot and you love your bassy music i seriously recomend these, there no thrill but good fun!

 Great price

| | See all LDNskibadee's reviews (1)

4 * - Looks
4.5* - Comfort
4.5*- Sound quality
5* - Value for money

I give these 4.5* but i rounded up :)

Basicly for the price you cant go wrong, sound is not superb but what do you expect from headphones mainly made for fashion wear. None the less quality meets my need and anyone who had bought headphones for under £30-40 will be satisfied at least.

The cord is long enough so that it fits from wearing on head to my jeans pockets with a bit to spare (im around 6ft). While wearing these you will not hear much around you, but people will hear you but it is not that much of a problem.

I only gave looks a 4 because they do not fit across the head that well it may be that my head is slightly narrow and i have a skinead but still it kind of looks odd, but the gold finish makes up for it.

You got a spare £20 ? Buy this!

 there alright....

| | See all Team13's reviews (2)

they are alright but sound wise the ear budd ones are alot better.
these dont have much base......

 No good

| | See all maseed's reviews (1)

Broke after 2 months light use just in the house.god knows how long they'd last outdoors,a week maybe?

Cheap & tacky dont bother