Skullcandy Crusher Evo Wireless Over-Ear Headphones – True Black

(10 customer reviews)


Brand Skullcandy
Model Name Crusher Evo
Color True Black
Form Factor Over Ear
Connectivity Technology Wireless, Wired

  • Feel the bass tuned to you – Listen to songs the way they were made to be heard. With Audiodo customization the Crusher Evo analyzes your hearing and produces sound specifically for YOU. Adjust the bass with a slide to produce bass you can feel!
  • One Fat Battery – 40 hours of listening off of 1 charge so whether you’re on an all day gaming sesh or just don’t have time to charge you’ll know that you still have some juice. If you do run out a 10 minute quicky… charge will give you 4 hours of play!
  • What the **** is Crusher Tech? Have you ever wanted to really feel the bass? Now you can! Boost your bass with the bass slider, mellow out or go all in skull crushing! YOU decide. Crusher Tech enhances your iPhone, Android or Computer audio experience.
  • Best thing since sliced bread, little more comfortable though. The Crusher Evo achieves this level of comfort through a thick padded headband and foam cushion ear pads and use the integrated hidden mic for calls.
  • Travel with Crusher – Take your Crusher Evo travelling with you, proivded is a durable travel bag to protect your headphones while on the move. Plus, fold the Crusher Evo to protect them and save space.
  • Never Lost & Warranty – With Tile Tech, if you misplace your Crusher Evo you can easily track them down and keep you gadgets safe! Also a 1 Year warranty is included with the Crusher Evo, wear your headphones in full confidence.


Skullcandy Crusher Evo Wireless Over-Ear Headphone – True Black.

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Skullcandy Crusher Evo Wireless Headphones

Skullcandy Crusher Evo Wireless Headphones

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Skullcandy Crusher Evo Wireless Headphones

Additional information

Weight 0.01 kg
Dimensions 7.91 × 7.36 × 3.54 cm
Product Dimensions

7.91 x 7.36 x 3.54 inches

Item Weight

0.01 ounces



Item model number



1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

September 2, 2020





10 reviews for Skullcandy Crusher Evo Wireless Over-Ear Headphones – True Black

  1. Wes VK

    WOW! Just… WOW!After like 9 sets of over-ear headphones, I’ve FINALLY found my winner! I’ve heard other Skullcandy stuff before, so I’d have literally chosen these DEAD LAST for who I suspected would be my favorite. I literally scowled at their stuff when I saw it in stores. NOT ANYMORE!!! I’ll start with the cons, since that’s the easiest thing to get out of the way.Cons: My only complaint is comfort. They aren’y UNcomfortable, they’re just NOT comfortable. But for the first time ever, I don’t even remotely care. They clamp tighter than I like (I use them for VERY long sessions, so the lighter, the better). Also, the cups are slightly too small for my ears to relax in. Most people as picky about sound as me (I’m literally a sound guy) can hear that they aren’t “premium” in that department. These are NOT for listening to lossless sound, but if you’re dealing with lossless, why are you even dabbling in this price bracket, yo? But as someone that can HEAR a VBR mp3 change it’s bitrate, these still sound great overall.Pros: Can definitely feel a more premium material feel than sub $100, so that’s good. The slit on top for bald guys is actually VERY nice! Only time I’ve ever seen that and it DOES make a difference! I can’t believe I’m gonna say this about Skullcrusher, but the sound is actually AWESOME. I always hate having to EQ new sets for an hour or 2 as soon as I get em. These are exactly where I like it, out of the box. Maybe a TINY bit more lows could be better, but I’d rather just leave it because of the bass “booster”. It doesn’t actually bring out any more bass than what’s there, it’s more like a vibrator for your headset (and depending how high you set it, your actual head, lol). What’s neat is that it actually REALLY improves the listening experience WITHOUT having to ruin how it sounds! REALLY adds to immersion when gaming, ESPECIALLY in racing games where you can FEEL your V8! Easily the COOLEST feature of ANY headphone set anywhere!Conclusion: I’m going to have to slowly buy more of these, because I don’t think I can ever go back to regular sets after this. That “booster” is THAT cool! No BS, before half “boost”, these can BLUR YOUR VISION! Doing something where you don’t want that? They were BRILLIANT and put the slider for it on the other side, so it’s VERY easy to find, away from everything else.The greatest word choice in the WORLD cannot do these things justice. You have to EXPERIENCE them to understand them. But go ahead and pass on them. More inventory for me to eventually buy anyway!

  2. Arkten Arachlassair

    Best headphones I’ve ever hadFirst of all, a bit about me that’s relevant. Idk if I’d call myself an audiophile per say, but, my range of hearing is fine to the level of better than most musicians.Nothing messes with me more than when I have a cheap pair of headphones which interfere with what I’m listening to…. If their cheap and they distort the sound, or, are insane with treble so as to be piercing, I’ll notice and it’ll probably be painful to my ears. Most of the audio ranges I hear are at the – 10 range, meaning, almost perfect hearing.That means, even on a $20 set of headphones, I’ll probably use them because of necessity, but hate the experience because of how much they interfere with my experience since I can tell if there’s a quality issue even at a very fine degree, I’ll find it and it’ll bug me, and, given that I have headphones on most of they day and listen to things frequently, it’s important that I buy quality headphones.So, I’m no stranger to Skull Candy. Their audio quality is the best of all the headphones I’ve had over the decades. The issue which always has me hesitant to buy them is a matter of durability.Most of my less expensive Skullcandy headphones have broken very easily, which sucked when I was on the go… It was to the point which I was hesitant to buy these headphones because of similar fears and the price…That said, these headphones were an investment, and and investment that panned out.I’ve been using the Crusher Evo headphones for more than a year now, constantly, daily, most of the day and even when sleeping, so, this review is based on almost 24/7 usage for more than a year… And…They’re still working amazing, the battery life is still phenomenal, the advertising that states they’re able to play for hours on a charge of only a few minutes is absolutely true too. I’ve accidentally stepped on them, I’ve slept with them on most nights, and nothing has happened except that, after such heavy usage, today one of the earpads got a tear around the edge that tucks under the plastic of the headphones which… Thankfully, they sell replacements for the foam.The product is sturdy, has a very nice feel, solid, durable weight and plastic, the foam wraps around the ears nicely, and I can easily get a proper, snug fit every time which, I have a big-ish head and long-ish ears, so, that’s not something that’s easy for me usually.Not only are they extremely comfortable and scream quality from their physical aspects, but it came with a rugged carrying bag and nice aux chord, and extremely high quality long charging cable. It didn’t come with a charging brick, but has worked with all the charging bricks I’ve used on them, including my Nintendo Switch charger.Now, all that’s fine… Being the most durable and comfortable feeling headphones is important… But, headphones can feel amazing, but have Crap sound quality so, that’s the aspect I love the most about these… That sound quality…. One word… Amazing…So, everything sounds accurate, there’s no distortion and, even having been playing things at max volume for a year straight, there’s still no distortion and everything sounds just as amazing as they used to. One of the aspects I love is the bass…That’s another thing I need to be spot on with headphones, bass. They could be clear, have accurate sound and everything, but of there is no bass, or the bass is very weak, I physically can’t use the headphones… That’s how important bass is to me… Furthermore, accurate bass is a necessity. Idk how many pairs of headphones I ended up chucking into the bin because, yeah, they had powerful bass, but that bass wasn’t accurate, and that bass lead to the rest of the sounds being obscured/distorted/sounding like someone is talking normally right next to a sub-woofer.These headphones play the bass loud, accurate, and do so without compromising the quality of the rest of the audio… And… Holy gods…. I was startled to the point the headphones flew off my ears by how powerful the bass is when you adjust the slider on them to max bass boost… Why? They vibrated intensely. Not in a bad way, as in, when you have them on and the bass hits and vibrates the speakers, you won’t be bothered by it/it won’t cause an unpleasant feeling, but it is there and…. Idk… I find I like it because it’s a part of the engineering of the headphones and not an unintended result.That said, these are, by far, the best audi investment I’ve ever made. I have used them constantly for a full year extremely heavily, and they’re still here and working just the same. By contrast, previously, I’d have gone through 5/6 pairs of other headphones by Now, so…. If you can afford these, get them.They are technically a headset unit, and actually prefer to take calls with them, but, I can’t tell you if the microphone quality is the best, just that I haven’t had any complaints from anyone, so, given that even with the best microphone on prior headsets, I got complaints, I’d imagine that is also good with these headphones because, I have never gotten a complaint or someone saying “You’re breaking up. What did you say?”.These will be used when I get back to mixing tracks and making music when I fix my computer, that’s how good they are.Tl;Dr – Worth it.

  3. Beach Bum

    Too much of a good thing?I love bass. Growing up listening primarily to hip hop, R&B, and jazz, bass is the heartbeat of the music I most listen to. I’ve used Xtrabass headphones as well as haptic enabled gaming headsets, so I was curious about haptic enabled music headphones. Sound quality is surprisingly good. Usually bass heavy headphones are a one-trick pony with excellent bass and little else. These Crusher evo cans sound excellent across the entire sound profile. Highs, mids, and lows sound equally good with no tones overpowering the other. That is unless the bass slider is slid to higher levels. That’s when things get interesting. Using the bass slider is much more convenient than app-based bass controls. However, Skullcandy does offer an app for more granular tuning and control. Just be aware that sliding beyond a quarter increase in bass intensity can result in a little too much bass. Not only does the intense, physically felt, pounding bass almost entirely overpower all other notes but it actually becomes a little painful due to the haptic feedback. I get both earaches and headaches after extensive listening. In fairness, I get the same from my haptic enabled gaming headset if I turn the haptics up to the highest levels. So, these are excellent sounding if the bass is kept to lower levels. Problem is, the head rattling bass is the biggest selling point. I guess it depends on each listener’s tolerance. As far as build quality, these feel solidly constructed and well crafted with a nice premium feel. Not a big fan of the storage pouch and would much rather it have a rigid storage case like the similarly priced and quality competition but it’s not a dealbreaker by any means. Overall, the Crusher Evo are great sounding and solidly crafted. They don’t have ANC but the seal and passive noise blocking from the cup design is actually pretty good. It blocks mild to moderate household sounds when I’m listening. Obviously it’s not as robust as ANC but unless commuting on public transportation or frequently using the headphones in loud noisy environments, ANC isn’t really necessary to create a nice isolated soundstage, which these do well. Just go easy on the bass if you want music to remain listenable and to not have to possibly take an aspirin later for head and ear aches.

  4. Santana

    Bass heads🗣️🗣️🗣️👏🏾 GET👏🏾 THESE👏🏾 HEAD👏🏾PHONES‼️‼️These are the closest thangs you are going to get that is inexpensive compared to the real headphones.I was studying reviews for 3 months before I came across these babies and what I came to find was all of the headphones that I really wanted that was going to elevate my bass experience was MINIMALLY over $400. (So when I found these and I tried them out it was the best decision I ever made!)One feature that I love about it the most: TILE!!!! I literally lose everythingggggg! so for me to have tile built in with these headphones is a major Time saver. (if I leave the room at work to go to a different room my headphones will notify me saying the location that I left it at! For somebody who has ADHD that they’re mine runs a million miles per hour these headphones are IT)NOISE CANCELING: The only thing I’m not a huge fan of is it’s not as noise canceling as I was hoping it to be,(with nothing playing) but that’s very minimalistic compared to what I was actually looking for. (Now with the music playing it’s pretty great when it comes to noise canceling unless you’re working IN a really loud construction site)It brings me back to when I had my car and I had two 12s in my truck it is really an amazing experience with these headphones!VOLUME AND BASS: Whether you turn the bass up or down the volume stays the same. It gets to a decent level of volume. COMFORTABILITY: a lot of people were complaining but I don’t see the issue and they are very comfortable on my head I often forget that they’re even on my head.they go around your ear and I love that! It doesn’t hurt my ears!!! (Major improvement from the past headphones)BATTERY LIFE: it lives up to its word I don’t have to charge my headphones for at least three to four days at a time and I listen to my headphones for an entire 10-hour shift everyday.DURABILITY: I have dropped these so many times and they have held up really nicely. They even survived falling off of a ladder!I HOPE THIS HELPS HAPPY HUNTING!

  5. Tyler H

    Awesome. Haptic Bass is a Game Changer.Watching movies with haptic feedback is like being in the theaters (almost, but still great). They have good sound. Sometimes, I will say, that they either have too much or not enough regular bass when not using haptic bass. Haptic bass isn’t good for sustained bass imo but for periodic bass or beats in music it’s pretty cool. It’s now strange watching movies without haptic feedback. Good build quality and near advertised battery life (35-40 hours out of around 44 I think, that’s with haptic feedback up a bit). The app has some things such as an equalizer but the equalizer doesn’t have any custom modes to my knowledge just 3 preset modes. I wish you could have a custom option to adjust different frequency ranges, sort of like Spotify’s equalizer. Bluetooth 5 distance is great. No interference 60ft away. Good build quality and fitment. Nice little carry bag. Latency is also great for Bluetooth and I do game with them on PC and console. Can’t tell a difference between these and my corded headset (except these sound better, got that haptic immersion factor too). Overall though, pretty d@&m good, best headphones I’ve ever had.

  6. Evan tulay

    Not a “balanced” experience, but still great.These headphones are definitely not meant for everyone. Their main selling feature is the bass slider, which at max bass is just complete overkill. It feels like a head massage. It’s awesome. At lower levels the bass is actually really good, and much more suited for actual listening.Everything else about the headset is pretty much average for the price point.The mic is fine. If you’re just taking a call from a family member or friend, they’ll be able to understand you clearly enough. If you’re going to go into a professional setting I would definitely recommend using a different mic.The sound quality is good, but if you’re a stickler for that kind of thing you’re probably better off looking at something from sony, sennheiser or audio technica; you’ll get much better sound quality at a similar price point. The sound profile is actually pretty solid, but it obviously has a huge spike in the base. Sound stage also isn’t too impressive.The build quality leaves some to be desired, but I wouldn’t describe it as cheap or poor. The buttons are a bit too clicky, and the slider is a bit scratchy. Most of the casing is plastic, but it’s not cheap plastic, and the inner headband has some metal in it. The padding on the ears is nice, but the headband could use a little more. On the top of the headband is some felt like material, which is a really bad choice. It gets a ton of hair stuck on it and looks kind of bad.These are not the ANC model. Background noise is pretty noticeable in loud areas like a plane or bus. If that’s something you’re concerned about, avoid these. The bass is also going to be very noticeable to people around you if turned up. I wouldn’t recommend these to someone who commutes a lot, they’re much more suited for either home use or gym goers.

  7. Arya Stark

    Still the best bassI’ve been using the Crusher Wireless for about 5 years. They developed a soft crackling in sound during this last year, so felt it was time to get them replaced. When I bought Wireless, the 360’s had *just* came out, and I didn’t know it lol Well I’m not missing out this time. Got the best of the Crushers to date. Evo is basically Wireless, just better. By a lot.If on PC, use your equalizer system to tweak the sounds. The Crusher app that adjusts to “your unique hearing” isn’t good, to be honest. I have a ASUS system, so I use Realtek Audio Console in conjunction with Sonic Studio 3 software that came with my board.Using an equalizer is totally optional. You know, after you’re done messing with the thrills of the bass slider and ready to listen to your headphones like a normal person :DHow much bass?You will rarely ever need to have the bass slider up more than a pinch. I love bass, and I’m telling you this. With the old Wireless, I always had the slider up about halfway point. These are fantastic for gaming and action movies, too!MicMic isn’t good but it’s not unusable.ChargeThey really do last a long time and really adds 3 hours per 10min charge.Noise cancellingThe bass is your noise canceller, okay? lolQualityWireless was known for breaking at the earcups. Mine never did and are still in perfect condition. The Evo’s build quality is a lot better. Very nice and sturdy. No creaking. They fit slightly snug. Earcups get uncomfortable after an hour but really depends on person. Earcup padding is replaceable can find some after market stuff for something better. I personally don’t need to bother.

  8. Kikemotions

    Un digno sucesor…Quise hacer esta reseña comparándolo con el modelo Original, Crusher Wireless, ya que lo tengo desde hace 3 años y eran mis audífonos favoritos hasta ahora.Comenzaré diciendo que escuchar música en unos audífonos como estos es más que solo el sonido y se vuelve una experiencia divertida. Cada cambio de canción es una sorpresa al ver como el bajo haptico convierte una buena canción en una rumba.Me encanta la música y tengo varios audífonos de distintas clases, On ear, Over Ear, In Ear, de Conducción Osea, y Neckbands. He pasado por JBL S400BT, Samsung U Pro, 1 More Double driver ANC Pro, Aftershokz Trekz Air, Nura entre otros , pero además he podido probar Bosé QC35 y los Sony’s WH-x1000M3.Comparado con Sony y Bosé, estos audífonos son distintos pero de buena manera. Quizás no tengan la apertura, el brillo y la calidad de esos modelos, pero depende los géneros que escuches, puede llegar a ser una experiencia superior.Cómo tuve unos Crusher Wireless OG quiero compararlos con esos, y la principal diferencia está en la manera en que manejan el bajo. Los Crusher Wireless suenan como si tuvieses un bajo dentro del baúl/cajuela del carro, con un sonido potente pero plano que se siente porque pone a vibrar todo el carro, pero es boomy y hay canciones donde la frecuencia de bajo no la coge y la música suena como si tuvieras en nivel de bajo apagado, a excepción de uno que otro momento. Hasta ahora pensé que eran los audífonos con mejor bajo que había podido probar seguidos de los Sony BT950XB y los JBL S400BT, pero después de escuchar el poder de los Crusher Evo, es otra dimensión.Este bajo siente como bajo de Sub Woofer o de uno de los JBL Boombox, con bajos profundos que retumban y hacen que se multiplique el poder del bajo.Para ponerlo en palabras onomatopeyicas, el bajo de los CW suena Boooooooooooooommm plano mientras que los CE suenan Booo wooo wooo wooo y sientes cuando el bajo haptico va hacia adelante y hacia atrás.Con el nivel de bajo apagado, los audífonos son decentes, con una buena amplitud/soundstage y separación de instrumentos. Son brillantes, pero no tan brillantes como los CW, sino más bien un poco tibios, sin dejar de sonar muy bien en altos y medios.La opción de usar la App es muy buena, porque permite personalizar el sonido de los audífonos según nuestra respuesta a una serie de sonidos que vamos descartando. Aparte, tiene modo para podcast y otro para películas y todos funcionan muy bien.En la parte física, me gusta la calidad de los materiales; se sienten más premium que los CW, y mucho más robustos. El peso es similarz aunque la fuerza de la diadema esmayor en los CW, haciendo que estos sean mucho más cómodos. Pero aún así, requieren de una ajustada cada hora más o menos para evitar la fatiga de la oreja. (En mi caso, ya que soy de cara ancha)De los CW originales extraño los botones, que son más grandes y de mejor diseño + o – en vez de 3 botones.Probé también los Crusher ANC y suenan muy similar, pero el ANC no es tan bueno así que no vale la pena pagar de más.+ El poder del bajo+ los materiales de construcción+ La horma de la diadema es más cerrada y sobresalen menos por los lados.+ Estos usan codecs SBC y AAC, por lo que funcionan bien para Apple y Android. (Aunque a mí me gusta más el sonido en SBC, porque tiene mayor ganancia y el bajo pega más duro.)+ Los colores en los que vienen+ El precio+ El material de los pads es muy bueno+ El sonido es muy bueno y el bajo no ahoga medios y altos.+ Mejor respuesta a frecuencias bajas.- El aislamiento pasivo es mejor en los CW. Estos dejan que entrar mucho ruido externo a bajo volumen. Aunque apenas subes ya no escuchas nada más. 🤣- Sigue viniendo con un Pouch(estuche suave) que aunque es práctico si los llevas adentro del maletín, para colgarlos por fuera con una carabina es mejor un estuche rígido.- No se pueden conectar a 2 dispositivos al tiempo como los CW originales.- No se puede usar el Bajo Haptico con la conexión por cable cuando están descargados como en los CW.+ O – No he podido probar, pero los CW traían un micrófono en el cable que permitía usarlos de manos libres con la conexión por cable, estos no traen micrófono en linea, pero por los plugs, parece que usan el micrófono de los mismos audífonos. Cuando pruebe, actualizo la reseña.

  9. Andey K

    High quality, excellent sound, great valueI did a lot of research before buying these and it paid off. I didn’t want the cheapest or the most expensive, I wanted the best quality at the mid price range. These have proven themselves with daily use including multiple commuting hours per weekday, survived dropping, and unchanged sound quality since we bought them 9 months ago. Just bought a 2nd pair. The bass is excellent, as other reviews said, and it’s noise-reducing (not 100% cancelling, which I prefer, feels safer when around others).Highly recommend.

  10. Lanna

    Best headphones EVER!I had the Hesh 3 for 5 years and they have worked great! I wanted something newer and based on the reviews I saw on these, I went ahead and got these. These are the best headphones hands down! The bass is INSANE and I barely have them one. Best decision ever!!

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