Skullcandy Indy True Wireless In-Ear Earbud – Black Reviews

By | May 13, 2020

Skullcandy Indy True Wireless In-Ear Earbud – Black Review and Specs

Bluetooth wireless technology Removable stability ear gels for secure fit. Sound Pressure Level – 95±3dB Up to 16 hours of total battery life IP55 sweat, water, and dust resistant Call, track, and volume touch controls


3 thoughts on “Skullcandy Indy True Wireless In-Ear Earbud – Black Reviews


Fwnyt says:

I have been using a pair of the Power Beat 2s for the last 4 years, and it was about time for me to replace them, so I ordered these as soon as I saw them.They arrived a lot faster than expected so props to the seller for that, but the Indy’s have a few issues.The sound quality is much better, but these don’t quite get loud enough.The tough controls are clumsy, with the volume increments way too large to find the level you want without actually just doing it from the phone.I got these and put them through a huge test.First off…super easy to set up on my Note 9.We paired to her iPad just fine, then paired them to her iPhone with a couple of hiccups, but not too bad.Then when I tried to switch between devices it had to forget the headphones and repair .I use LG tones Platinum and these sound a lot better, but the functionality needs some serious adjustments on the next gen.They’re touch, like the apple airpods, not buttons.My ear gets a little sore with long term use but the noise isolation makes me not want to use them when around other people.Good for working out and any activity really.The rest is all on the up an up for me.I’ve had airpods as well as bose sound sports and these are more of a hybrid.Also on the box it shows that I was only IPx4, for that I have check with skullcandy production, and I have confirmed that it was their mistaken on the box.So it should still be IP55Edit: seems like there is a problem with their blue tooth connection, in some area it is really easy to cut off the music.they’re not even loud enough at full volume to hear your music at full volume over traffic.Also they were not easy to work even with the directions.They are plasticky and their build quality isn’t the sturdiest, but they have a comfortable and lightweight design.Since they are in-ears, they are also breathable, and their fins help for better stability.

GGEDs says:

I have been using a pair of the Power Beat 2s for the last 4 years, and it was about time for me to replace them, so I ordered these as soon as I saw them.They arrived a lot faster than expected so props to the seller for that, but the Indy’s have a few issues.The sound quality is much better, but these don’t quite get loud enough.The tough controls are clumsy, with the volume increments way too large to find the level you want without actually just doing it from the phone.I got these and put them through a huge test.First off…super easy to set up on my Note 9.We paired to her iPad just fine, then paired them to her iPhone with a couple of hiccups, but not too bad.Then when I tried to switch between devices it had to forget the headphones and repair .I use LG tones Platinum and these sound a lot better, but the functionality needs some serious adjustments on the next gen.They’re touch, like the apple airpods, not buttons.My ear gets a little sore with long term use but the noise isolation makes me not want to use them when around other people.Good for working out and any activity really.The rest is all on the up an up for me.I’ve had airpods as well as bose sound sports and these are more of a hybrid.Also on the box it shows that I was only IPx4, for that I have check with skullcandy production, and I have confirmed that it was their mistaken on the box.So it should still be IP55Edit: seems like there is a problem with their blue tooth connection, in some area it is really easy to cut off the music.they’re not even loud enough at full volume to hear your music at full volume over traffic.Also they were not easy to work even with the directions.They are plasticky and their build quality isn’t the sturdiest, but they have a comfortable and lightweight design.Since they are in-ears, they are also breathable, and their fins help for better stability.

kFoJrB says:

I have been using a pair of the Power Beat 2s for the last 4 years, and it was about time for me to replace them, so I ordered these as soon as I saw them.They arrived a lot faster than expected so props to the seller for that, but the Indy’s have a few issues.The sound quality is much better, but these don’t quite get loud enough.The tough controls are clumsy, with the volume increments way too large to find the level you want without actually just doing it from the phone.I got these and put them through a huge test.First off…super easy to set up on my Note 9.We paired to her iPad just fine, then paired them to her iPhone with a couple of hiccups, but not too bad.Then when I tried to switch between devices it had to forget the headphones and repair .I use LG tones Platinum and these sound a lot better, but the functionality needs some serious adjustments on the next gen.They’re touch, like the apple airpods, not buttons.My ear gets a little sore with long term use but the noise isolation makes me not want to use them when around other people.Good for working out and any activity really.The rest is all on the up an up for me.I’ve had airpods as well as bose sound sports and these are more of a hybrid.Also on the box it shows that I was only IPx4, for that I have check with skullcandy production, and I have confirmed that it was their mistaken on the box.So it should still be IP55Edit: seems like there is a problem with their blue tooth connection, in some area it is really easy to cut off the music.they’re not even loud enough at full volume to hear your music at full volume over traffic.Also they were not easy to work even with the directions.They are plasticky and their build quality isn’t the sturdiest, but they have a comfortable and lightweight design.Since they are in-ears, they are also breathable, and their fins help for better stability.

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