Skullcandy Uproar Wireless Skullcandy was quite "in" when it first came out, appealing to teens who enjoyed music and wanted that "edgy" look, and a price they can afford to match. They have been keeping up successfully in the ... Skullcandy Uproar Wireless
Skullcandy was quite "in" when it first came out, appealing to teens who enjoyed music and wanted that "edgy" look, and a price they can afford to match. They have been keeping up successfully in the headset market and their latest release, the Skullcandy Uproar is proving to be a contender.
The Uproar comes in four color combinations (black, orange/navy, red/gray, or white/gray), and the on-ear headphones have a simple matte plastic look that is by no means luxurious, but stylish nonetheless. The earpads are cushioned enough and are comfortable for long listening sessions, but the headband may not suit the larger heads out there. At least they wont fall off right? The plus, minus, and center button controls are very simple, depending on how you press it. It can be too simple sometimes that you can unintentionally shut down when skipping tracks, but when you get used to it this is unlikely to happen. Pairing is a one-time affair as this automatically connects when in range once you have already paired the Uproar with a device. Battery life is all right at 10 hours and charging time around 2 which is reasonable. Don't expect much in terms of accessories as this only comes with a charging cable. Sound quality is excellent for its $30-$50 price range, and is bass heavy that suits Electronic, Rap, R&B and similar genres, rockers who value instrument separation will not like this so much.
If you want simple, decent wireless headsets that have you bounce to its booming bass this is a good alternative to more expensive headsets out there. But the lack of accessories, awkward controls, and bass heavy audio settings may put the more dedicated audiophiles off.
Skullcandy Uproar are a very popular option on the lower end of the price range. They're in the top 3 bestselling headphones and have dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as MoMax H001 or TaoTronics TT-XH28 .
Skullcandy Uproar were released in 2015. There are quite a few newer headphones on the market. Show newer Headphones
Skullcandy Uproar are $30 cheaper than the average headphones ($68).
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