Skullcandy Push Wireless Headphone
Gadgets Review: We are big fans of Skullcandy and, for some years, it seems that they always offer a quality product at a competitive price. At the end of last year, we tested their latest headphones with active noise cancellation, Venue, and they were top-notch. Now, we are seeing new wireless headphones, the “Push”. Through these articles, I will present your gadgets review of top brands in headphones and speakers.
Features: Gadgets Review
The headphones have a series of functions, being the most important for me the battery life. Skullcandy has a battery life of 6 hours for the headphones, with 6 additional hours of charging inside the case, which gives a total of 12 hours of playback.
The next notable feature is the built-in wizard. Press any of the two buttons three times to have your assistant help you send a message, set a reminder and much more. Ok, it works, it’s not Alexa and I’m not sure it’s used by many people.
The audio performance is very good, there is a good mix of treble and medium, with a lot of basses, which is common in Skullcandy. I listened to a variety of songs, including ‘Amo’ by BMTH, which is all kinds of crazy, but it sounded great. Unlike some higher-priced competitors, there is no application associated with these, so there is no ability to equalize the sound that suits your needs. Hearing aids are comfortable in my ears and safe enough to move or jog lightly. The useful life of the battery was there or, as it was said, probably I used them for more than 6 hours and I only needed to charge them almost at the end of that time.
Having a waterproof speaker has its advantages. Even if you do not like water sports or if you go to the pool regularly, a weather-resistant speaker is much more versatile than the usual plug-in speaker that you have next to your living room couch.
Jbl Xtreme 2
Another device under gadgets review is a JBL speaker. There are only a few companies in the market that offer such a thing, JBL is one of the most prolific.
Construction Quality, Features, And Design: Gadgets Review
- The Xtreme 2 is a one speaker tank. Not only does it have the IPX7 certification.
- It allows it to submerge at a depth of 1 m for 30 minutes but also has two metal bars that allow it to hook the included strap.
- Why should you care? Well, if you are looking to take the 2.4 kg speaker that measures 136 x 288 x 132 mm in size, you will find that its inclusion is useful. Here, the combination of strap and hook makes it much more versatile. Oh, and the belt buckle doubles as a bottle opener. Legit.
- Like its predecessor, the Xtreme 2 is protected by a cloth mesh. It is available in three colors: black, navy blue and forest green.
- At the top, there are six physical buttons. Two of which are illuminated: On and Connection +. The Connect + is an update on the previous iteration.
- On the back, JBL has abandoned the zipper design, as found in the original Xtreme. Instead, the rear ports are protected from water through a rubber drop-down panel.
- Reserve this aside and you will find a 3.5mm headphone jack, a coaxial DC output, a USB port capable of quickly charging your smartphone and a micro USB port whose sole purpose is service.
- In terms of wireless connectivity, the speaker connects via Bluetooth. Its range is about 20 m in the clear line of sight of your connected device. The life of the battery is also not bad in about 15 hours of playback.
The Xtreme 2 takes about three and a half hours to charge. Unfortunately, there is no Wi-Fi connectivity, which means that there is no Amazon