There’s nothing like the $100 headphones price point. It’s the sweet spot between completely sucking or being the best headphones you’ve ever had. Since I use a $300 headset for gaming, a $350 headset for noise-cancellation, and other hardware for various listening or communicating needs, it can feel somewhat awkward to go down to the $100 range, where you sacrifice materials for a enriching sound.
Skullcandy is very experienced with producing budget headphones that sound great, but to hit the $100 range for over-ear headphones is something newer to them. So, it begs one to ask the question: are they any good?