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Aviator - Brown Gold w/Mic

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      Skullcandy is known for making headphones that put fashion first and sound quality second.

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      The company’s demo skews young, and we all know the kids don’t necessarily care if their music sounds good, as long as it’s loud. Needless to say, Skullcandy’s headphones haven’t ever scored high marks among audiophiles. Being one of these snobbish elites, my expectations were not inflated when I received a shipment of Roc Nation Aviators, a set of headphones cross-branded with Jay-Z and LiveNation’s Roc Nation promotions outfit.

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    • Aviator: USA Today Skullcandy Aviator Headphone Review

      September 13, 2012

      If you insist on listening to music after (or during) a gnarly day on the slopes, these musical earmuffs might appeal to you. With a high maximum volume and decent tracking, these over-ear headphones can provide a bumpin' soundtrack while you think about how extreme you were out on the hill.

      Read More...
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      May 1, 2012

      Publication: InnerFidelity.com

      "The way it was, is not the way it is." - Jamie Oman, Skullcandy Director of Product Developement


      Over the course of two days I had conversations with Dan Levine, Executive VP and Chief Marketing Officer; Pete Kelly, Director of Industrial Design; and Jamie Oman, Director of Product Developement for Skullcandy.

      Read More...
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      Publication: PC Mag

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      Cool design based on Aviator sunglasses. Quality bass response with barely any distortion at maximum volume.

      Read More...
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      April 24, 2011

      Publication: Cnet

      The good: The stylish Roc Nation Aviator headphones reach beyond Skullcandy's tween demographic and bring a sophisticated look and detailed sound design to the mobile market.

      The bottom line: The style-savvy Skullcandy Roc Nation Aviator headphones earn our recommendation for balancing a unique thematic design with exceptional clarity in spite of a slightly passive low-end response.

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      March 25, 2011

      Publication: Wired Magazine

      Skullcandy is known for making headphones that put fashion first and sound quality second.

      You’ve probably seen its krazy-kool neon and graffiti-splattered cans stacked up for sale in mall kiosks, or clamped to the dome of some young’n on a skateboard as he whisks by and spills your latte all over your Haggar slacks.

      The company’s demo skews young, and we all know the kids don’t necessarily care if their music sounds good, as long as it’s loud. Needless to say, Skullcandy’s headphones haven’t ever scored high marks among audiophiles. Being one of these snobbish elites, my expectations were not inflated when I received a shipment of Roc Nation Aviators, a set of headphones cross-branded with Jay-Z and LiveNation’s Roc Nation promotions outfit.

      Skullcandy is angling the $150 set as its first foray into audiophile territory. It’s a shrewd move. All those tweens who grew up on Skullcandy cans are now graduating to adulthood, collecting their first real paychecks and looking to upgrade all the little things in their lives. And maybe they’ve outgrown the desire to wear bright pink skulls on their ears.

      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.

      So, they’re not ugly. That’s a plus, I thought. But then I put them on and — wait a minute, these actually sound pretty good. Not amazing, but much better than anything else I’ve heard from Skullcandy thus far.

      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.

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    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.

    Aviator travel bag stores your assets in safety and style.

    Supreme Sound Content