The Skullcandy Method is a perfect partnership of convenience and balance designed for the most modern activities. The Method In-Ear is a group of its own. The shape of the earbud has been completely remodeled for a safe and protected tight fit. You will hardly know it is there! Not only does it remain in place when you are running, working out or sweating, the extremely secure fit also guarantees sound reliability is never affected.
Skullcandy wants you to never forget you are wearing a set of its earbuds. There are four company logos on the lightweight Skullcandy Method Earbuds: one on the jack, one on centerpiece of plastic in the midst of the cables and two on the rear of each earbud. On the left cable is the inline remote, and on the rear of it is the printed out Skullcandy name.
My review unit was yellow-colored adorned with greyish, making the Earbuds pop against my generally dark-colored exercise outfits. The cables are slim, and the components of components connected to them are rough and a little bit misshapen, giving them the design of bone. Even without the logos, everything about these Earbuds screams Skullcandy.
The Earbuds sit off-center from their platform, enabling them to glide easily into the caverns of your ears. This style also makes it much easier for them to live there during extreme exercises, and since they are sweat resistant, you can go the one-step further without fear.
Comfort and Fit
The Skullcandy Method Game Earbuds come with two pairs of ear inserts; I stayed with greater couple, which fit my ears well. Skullcandy statements that these “Sticky Gels” are made of a fabric that is more reassured in your ear when you sweat, but I missed them to be any better than the Sennheiser CX 685 Adidas Game Earbuds. They did, however, feel a little bit more reassured than the Panasonic Ergo fit Earbuds.
Skullcandy desires that big bass will be enough to maintain you through exercising. The Method Earbuds performed Think about Dragons’ “Radioactive” with strong bass and percussion, but the music experienced from dirty vocals and poor highs.
Out of the Skullcandys, the Sennheiser CX 685s and the Panasonic Ergo fits, the CX 685s Earbuds were the most well rounded, with sharp vocals and average bass. The Panasonics were nearer in sound top quality to the Skullcandys, presenting bass that had a little more power and detail, but better vocals than the Method Earbuds.
The Method earbuds performed a poor edition of “Harlem” by New State policies, muffling the claps in the introduction of this fast-paced track and completely losing Bob Boyd’s jumpy. Out of the three sets of earbuds, the best middle-ground options are the Panasonic Ergofits, which compromise some sharpness on the highs and mids in benefit of further bass. However, the most well-rounded and precise sound comes from the Sennheiser CX 685s.
Skullcandy Method Pros
- Secure ear inserts
- Sweat-resistant design
Skullcandy Method Cons
- No volume controls on inline remote
- Relies intensely on bass
- Muddy highs and mids
The Skullcandy Method In-Ear Game Earbuds are cheap Earbuds with protected places and big bass, but overall their sound top quality does not have quality and meaning.