- Skullcandy Hesh ANC Review – Final words
- Skullcandy Hesh ANC Review – The Design to Comfort and Convenience
- Build Quality
- Skullcandy Hesh ANC Review – The Sound Quality
- Compare Skullcandy Hesh ANC to Other Wireless Over-Ear Headphones
- Skullcandy Hesh ANC Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones – Pros & Cons
- Skullcandy Hesh ANC Review – Final Verdict
Nowadays, there are many wireless noise-canceling headphones, and difficult to decide which one is ideal for you. There are several prices for noise cancellation headphones like Bose 700 that are higher than $300 at release or some cheaper ($200 to $300) such as Sony WH-XB910N or Sennheiser PXC 550 ii. Skullcandy just release the latest ANC headphones, Skullcandy Hesh ANC at affordable, under $150. If you are looking for active noise-canceling headphones and have limited budgets, let’s check this Skullcandy Hesh ANC review, are these affordable ANC headphones fit for you?
Skullcandy Hesh ANC Review – The Design to Comfort and Convenience
The Hesh ANCs’ overall design looks almost identical to the Skullcandy Crush Wireless. The outside of the earcup is plane and smooth, there are not any patterns. They look sleek finish. The main housing is plastic. The Skullcandy Hesh ANC headphones are available in black, grey, and white.
The Skullcandy increases convenience with earcups that can swivel to lay flat to Hesh ANC. This lets them take up less space in my bag and easy portability with a drawstring bag included in the package. Nevertheless, the drawstring pouch is can’t protect the headphones from drops but it can help to protect these affordable ANC headphones from scratch, scrapes, or keep dust off. The Skullcandy Hesh ANC is padded with thick memory foam on earcups and a leather-like lining. Also, the headband is enough-padded that offers a comfortable feeling while wearing it. However; the padding under the headband is a bit thin, so some may feel uncomfortable during long listening sessions.
The Hesh ANC is designed well and has easy-press buttons. The control buttons are placed on the right earcup’s side panel. However; the volume control and track navigation buttons are the same buttons, which makes it easy to miss pressing. You may accidentally skip a track or skip back a track when you want to increase/decrease the volume. The middle button lets you play or pause songs as well as answer or end calls. This button also is the voice assistant control too, by you press it twice to activate the voice assistant. The circle button next to the plus button is the ANC control button, which also stays on the right earcup too. You will hear a voice prompt when changing the ANC to on or off. Also, there is a light indicator that will turn on when the ANC feature is turned on.
When it talks about the build quality, the Skullcandy Hesh ANC feels like the Hesh 3 wireless. They are lightweight with the main construct being plastic. There is a thin metal frame in the headband. However, they look fragile and not durable, they can be broken up if dropped from a height. They also don’t mention IP rating (water-resistant), so I think these wireless ANC headphones do not protect the water. It’s not an issue if you wear them in the building.
Skullcandy Hesh ANC Review – The Sound Quality
The sound quality is good when compared to others in the same price range other headphones. However; you can not compare to some pricey headphones like Bose QC45 or Jabra Elite 85H. But the Skullcandy Hesh ANC offers an amazing sounding and is better than some cheaper headphones. They deliver the deep bass sound and intense thump and also rumble. The vocals and instruments’ sound is also bright. However; for some tracks, it looks like gives the sound is too harsh and piercing. Unlucky, there are no sound enhancement features to customize the sound.
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Compare Skullcandy Hesh ANC to Other Wireless Over-Ear Headphones
Skullcandy Hesh ANC Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones – Pros & Cons
Skullcandy Hesh ANC Review – Final Verdict
Before the end of the Skullcandy Hesh ANC review, these noise-canceling headphones are wireless over-ear, deliver decent sound quality, and have good noise cancellation for the price. Even though the build quality is not so strong due to most materials being plastic but the good thing is they are lightweight and comfortable for a long listening session. The battery life is quite good, the company claim lasts up to 22 hours. But from our testing, it’s not always certain, depending on the volume level you listening to. Overall, if you use 50% of the volume level the Skullcandy Hesh ANC can offer playtime up to 21 to 22 hours.
Skullcandy Hesh ANC:
wireless, active noise-canceling, Tile finding headphones technology built-in, comfortable
22 hours of playtime, soft and padding earcups, foldable design, voice assistance