gummies or skullcandy

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  1. kev50088

    kev50088 Banned

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    which earbuds do you think i should get jvc gummies or skullcandy ink'd
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    Gummies
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    Uhh skull candy.

    Gummies suck. (so do skull candies but they're better than gummies..)
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    Lol, I can't believe you have to even ask.

    Gummies are like the worst headphones ever made I know because I bought a pair. They are alright if you only listen to your music like a middle aged/old person i.e. very quietly, but the second you turn them up a little, the speakers make a crinkle noise with bass hits etc. they are actually the only headphones I've ever had that you can literally hear how bad they sound.

    Definitely get Skullcandy, because regardless of what everyone on this forum says, I have a pair of the buds and some Skullcandy Hesh, and they both have incredible sound quality (especially for the cheap price tag on both) and everyone that I know in real life that has Skullcandys also loves them. This forum is the only place I've ever found where people seem to hate them. Also they both come with a Lifetime warranty, so if they ever break, get a new pair for free.

    And something else to add to the "cool-ness" of Skullcandy. Not only do they have a Lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects, but they have a Lifetime warranty even if YOU break the product! Now they wont cover the full cost if you broke them because of mis-use or accident etc., but if it is your fault, they will still give you 50% back on a replacement purchase of the same headphones. That's still pretty awesome imo. Not many companies offer any kind of warranty against accidental damage.
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    Check is in the mail.
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    Care to elaborate?
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    ^ Ha. Kinda hard to read. You could've used a darker font...

    iPoT, Skullcandy headphones are some of the worst headphones I have ever used. I will never go back to them. Ever.
    Their SQ is horrible compared to other headphones in the same price range, and they never lasted longer than a month for me.
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    Skullcandy are alright. That's what I use on the go.
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    or should I stick to my apple ones? ;o
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