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SKULLCANDY INDY TRULY WIRELESS REVIEW



These truly wireless earphones definitely look good and offer a comfortable fit, especially with the stability gels on, however, the sound quality is quite disappointing. Despite the lacking sound quality, the Indy does offer plentiful features at an affordable price point, such as touch or gesture controls, which the AirPods do not.

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While there is an unmistakable similarity between the design of the AirPods and the Skullcandy Indy earphones, they are separated by their varied price points, with the Indy costing half as much as the AirPods. At Rs 7,499, they definitely fall in the budget range of truly wireless earphones, however, let's find out if the lowered price point has lead to compromises in the audio and the general experience they provide.

Skullcandy’s Indy true wireless earphones embrace the ‘pipe-style’ design that has been popularized by the Apple AirPods and is adapted increasingly in true wireless earphones. They are slightly thicker than the AirPods and come with a set of stability gels and tips to improve the fitting. The stability gels really worked in our favour, providing a much better and secure fit. Additionally, the Indy also sports a noise-isolating design, by employing silicone tips which seal off your ears and effectively muffle the sound around you.

For the asking price, the Skullcandy Indy earphones are quite a decent buy. They offer a ton of features like touch controls, IP resistance, long battery life and a comfortable fit. However, the audio performance (music and calls) is a let-down. Other brands such as Sennheiser and Audio Technica offer buds that cost about the same but have significantly better sound quality. If you're thinking about buying these to listen to music on, you should probably steer clear, but then are there any truly wireless earphones that get a hardcore audiophile's stamp of approval? It also depends on the music you listen to, and if warmer tracks are your brand of music, these might not sound as bad to you. If you aren't too finicky about sound quality and want something that's feature-rich and affordable, then these might actually work for you. For us, however, since audio is a large part of our testing methodology, these just don't score high enough to allow us to make a general recommendation. 


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