The new skullcandy Crusher ANC are just a whole lot of fun. And if you’re considering getting these headphones you’re mainly concerned about their bass cause it truly is insane. But due to their price point and new features… a lot of people want to know how these headphones compare to the Sony 1000XM3 and Bose NC 700. Specifically their active noise cancellation.
If you’re a bass head you have two great options to choose from right now. Theres the Brand new Skullcandy Crusher ANC’s which have better performance and more features than the Skullcandy Crusher 360’s and there’s also the Sony XB900N which are just overall a great pair of Mid Range ANC headphones that also happen to have a lot of bass. You can’t go wrong with either one of these, but depending on your needs one is better than the other.
The new Skullcandy Crusher ANC’s are perhaps the most fun headphones ever… and I think that if you have last year’s Crusher 360’s I do think its worth upgrading. But even though the Crusher ANC’s are more versatile than the Crusher 360’s, they do have their quirks. Quirks that just aren’t acceptable for a pair of $320 ANC headphones.
The new sennheiser momentum 3 have been packed with a whole bunch of new features to help them stay competitive in todays super competitive ANC headphone market. Although I do enjoy these headphones, they aren’t for everyone. But today we’re going to see how the Sennheiser Momentum 3’s stack up to today’s big boys, the Sony 1000XM3’s and the Bose NC 700’s… cause there are somethings about the momentum 3’s that I prefer over these other headphones.
The new Sennheiser Momentum 3’s have been packed with a whole bunch of new features to help them stay competitive with some of the most popular ANC headphones out there right now. And personally I really like how these headphones sound and I really like their build quality. These headphones do have some quirks, but they also have some very unique features to them that may appeal to Android user audiophiles that just refuse to give up their audio jacks… especially for those who may have just upgraded to the note 10.
Unfortunately, choosing between the the JBL Charge 4 and JBL Pulse 4 isn’t that simple. Even though at the end of the day they’re both just speakers… there are some major differences between them. And depending on your needs and what you plan on doing with them, one is going to be better than the other. So today we’re going to be comparing the JBL Charge 4 to the JBL Pulse 4 and see which ones right for you.
Where the majority of JBL’s newer speakers have subtle differences underneath the hood like the JBL Flip 4 to the JBL Flip 5… The JBL Pulse 4 is completely different from the JBL Pulse 3 in almost every way. The JBL Pulse 4 looks completely different and has a completely different speakers set up compared to the JBL Pulse 3. Over all yes the JBL Pulse 4 does out perform the Pulse 3, but I don’t think you have to run out and upgrade if you already have the Pulse 3.
Third party truly wireless earbuds are finally starting to get really good. And IFA 2019 gave us a few new pairs of truly wireless earbuds to look forward to this fall like the Jabra Elite 75T’s and Sony’s new H.ear In 3’s which are going to be a more affordable and more stylish version of the Sony WF-1000XM3’s. But if you’re on a tight budget but still want truly wireless earbuds then you’ll might be considering the Skullycandy Indy. Long story short, I don’t love them but they do get the job done.