Which one is better Sony MDR-XB450BV or Skullcandy Crusher ??

I just came from Target after listing to Skullcandy Crusher and Beats Executive. Both fit nice around my ear but the Crusher sounded batter.

Skullcandy Crusher Headphones with Built-in Amplifier and Mic, Black

$17.14
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  • The design of the Skullcandy Crusher somehow manages to be a little on the boring side despite all the faux-chrome and the skulls everywhere. It might have something to do with how thick and chunky they are. Put these on, and you look one pair of aviator sunglasses away from being a helicopter pilot in an ’80s action movie.

    You might look at the Skullcandy Crusher headphones and think, “what connectivity?” True, these aren’t Bluetooth, but they aren’t relics of the 1970s either. The included cable features a barebones one-button remote and built-in microphone. This is enough to pause and resume audio playback and to answer and end calls, assume you’re plugged into a phone.

  • You might look at the Skullcandy Crusher headphones and think, “what connectivity?” True, these aren’t Bluetooth, but they aren’t relics of the 1970s either. The included cable features a barebones one-button remote and built-in microphone. This is enough to pause and resume audio playback and to answer and end calls, assume you’re plugged into a phone.

    And yes, the absurdity continues. Why do these need a battery? The answer lies in the low end. While the Skullcandy Crusher headphones will work without the battery, they won’t work as intended. The Sensation55 driver that provides the bass that gives these headphones their name requires a single AA battery, placed behind the left ear cushion.

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    And yes, the absurdity continues. Why do these need a battery? The answer lies in the low end. While the Skullcandy Crusher headphones will work without the battery, they won’t work as intended. The Sensation55 driver that provides the bass that gives these headphones their name requires a single AA battery, placed behind the left ear cushion.

Skullcandy Crusher Review - Duration: 4:34

Skullcandy, a Utah-based company that has been making a serious name for itself in headphones over the last 10 years, has a novel solution to that problem. The Skullcandy Crusher headphones feature a slider on the left cup that allows you to adjust the amount of bass you hear. This slider also adjusts how much bass you feel.