However, each set carries subtle but defining characteristics in their look and sound quality that set them apart.
In terms of sound quality, both headphones offer a very reliable signal strength and impedance for a high-quality listening experience.
The Skullcandy Crusher has a few design properties that give it a slight edge in the sonic department. It features some advanced acoustics that help it to deliver a notably more present stereo image than the Studio 3.
Fans of ergonomic design might favor the Studio 3 headphones for their low weight and over-ear design.
What SkullCandy may lack in ergonomic and comfortable structural design, they make up for in sound performance and quality.
These headphones come with optional bass enhancement properties that allow users to set their preferred low-end response for comfortable listening.
While the Skullcandy Crushers may not provide the most accurate sound and would not be suitable for serious music production, the signal is consistent without any abrasive peaks across the frequency map.
It should be noted, however, that these headphones sadly do not offer any noise-canceling properties.