Skullcandy says its new Crusher Evo wireless headphones are more brain rattling than ever. The Crusher line has been using haptics to create "an ultra-realistic sensory bass experience" since 2013, but Skullcandy says the Crusher Evo cans offer “more multi-dimensional haptic vibration patterns” for a wider range of bass frequencies.
The Crusher Evo also come with “personal sound” from Audiodo. The feature lets users take a quiz in the companion app and then adjusts the headphones to their preferences. Skullcandy introduced this feature in its Crusher ANC headphones last year, but those cost a whopping $320. The Crusher EVO don’t come with active noise cancellation, but they’re more affordable at $200.