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Skullcandy Crusher ANC 2: Headphones with Tactile Bass and Customization

Skullcandy Crusher ANC 2
Skullcandy Crusher ANC 2

The American company Skullcandy has released the next version of the Crusher headphones (“Crusher”), equipped with tactile drivers that work on the company’s patented technology of adjustable touch bass. The model is called Crusher ANC 2.

You can adjust the tactile bass in Crusher ANC 2 in three ways at once: by rotating the “twist” on the left cup, by using the “Hey Skullcandy, More Crusher” voice spell, or by selecting the bass settings in the Skull-iQ proprietary application. You can also organize a Personal Sound profile there, for which the headphones will conduct a short audio hearing test for their owner. The Skull-iQ app will also allow you to add new features to the headphones, Skullcandy says.

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Crusher ANC adjustable active noise cancellation uses four microphones. With it, the headphones can work up to 50 hours on a single charge of the built-in battery (without ANC – up to 60 hours). 4 hours of energy will be added after 10 minutes of fast charging. In addition, the Crusher ANC 2 supports multipoint pairing, Clear Voice for phone calls, and Auto On/Connect when using Bluetooth (using version 5.2). The novelty develops in a compact flat form and is stored (transported) in a strong complete case.

The Skullcandy Crusher ANC 2 headphones cost $230 for US customers.