Skullcandy Crusher Evo cans integrate Tile tracking, Audiodo custom tuning and Haptic Bass
Skullcandy has delivered the most recent adaptation of its Crusher earphones, getting the Crusher Evo name, promising a scope of tech updates to make your earphones far superior. On the sound front, Skullcandy has upgraded its bass framework in the most recent Sensory Haptic Bass, structured as a vivid bass encounter that you really feel. "Skullcandy fans have consistently adored Crusher since it genuinely conveys a stand-out vivid bass experience. It permits clients to tune in to their music or films, however feel them," said Jeff Hutchings, Skullcandy boss item official. To make the earphones sound better, Skullcandy has additionally incorporated sound personalisation innovation from Audiodo. This is constrained by the Skullcandy application and afterward lets the client run a sound test to tune the earphones to their ears to make an individual profile. On head of the 40 hours of battery life and backing for voice aides like Siri and Google Assistant, the Crusher Evo likewise proceeds with Skullcandy's association with Tile, implying that these earphones can be followed through Bluetooth out of the container. Through the Tile application you can interface with the earphones, so you'll have the option to find them or view the most recent area that the earphones were seen, so you can come back to where you left them. The earphones will crease level, accompanied a convey case, and furthermore have an embellishment 3.5mm link for association with gadget that don't uphold Bluetooth, for example, airplane.