Skullcandy Navigator Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Skullcandy Navigator Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateFeb 2013
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
Microphone typeIn-line
Ear couplingCircumaural
Impedance34 Ω
Headphone sensitivity104 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)0.1%
Product typeHeadset
Wearing styleHead-band
Recommended usageCalls & Music
Product colourBlack, White
Headset typeBinaural
Plug and PlayYes

Reviews of Skullcandy Navigator
Reviewed on 2013-05-08
Before I had a chance to write the review, one of Skullcandy's engineers mentioned at the January CES that they'd made a running change to the product and wanted to make sure I had "the right one." So I got the new sample, ran measurements to compare it t...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-05
When Bowers & Wilkins released the $300 P5 Mobile Hi-Fi Headphones (4.5 rating on a 1-to-5 scale) back in 2010, the company essentially introduced a new headphone category: comfortable, high-quality, portable, on-ear headphones that—perhaps most notably—l...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-10
Many of us are already familiar with the Skullcandy brand of headphones. They have a vast selection of styles to choose from and their prices vary along with them. Usually you sacrifice audio quality for the style. But with time Skullcandy has been releas...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-18
The relatively compact Skullcandy Navigator on-ear headphones have a slick retro-future design, offer a comfortable fit with decent sound for $99 headphones, and their detachable cord has an Apple friendly inline remote/microphone.
Some headphones in this price range sound better; some of the inline remote features won't work with non-iOS devices.
Skullcandy makes some very popular headphones, but I can't say I'm a huge fan of them -- I've always found them a bit "style over substance." But when the company sent me its new Navigator headphones, I was hoping they'd be different, and I'd finally m...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-28
Quality audio performance, with distortion-free deep bass response at high volumes. Cool design emulates Aviator sunglasses, includes inline microphone and remote for phone calls and controlling playback. Detachable cable adds value.
On-ear design leaks audio to those nearby. Drawstring carrying pouch sheds black felt particles—lots of them
Skullcandy headphones often seem like a victory of style over substance, but the company continues to improve the audio performance of its lineup. With the Navigator, we have a budget-friendly pair that finally offers quality, clean sound to match the bra...
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