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Skullcandy Vandal - 2011 BCS
Your apartment-trembling full stack was repossessed because your brutal band couldn't make money melting faces, but thankfully the Skullcandy Vandal adds the same classic style and a great sound while you stay sane listening to your demo. You could have made it big, you think as the horrid tones blast from this dock's 80mm woofers and 19mm tweeters. Even if the music sounds like a Satanic camel dying of thirst in a sandstorm, this dock's 21 watts of power (10.5 watts per channel) can make it sound pretty good after you tweak the bass and treble control dials.
- Docks and charges your iPod or iPhone (30-pin connector required)
- 3.5mm aux input lets you plug in pretty much any media device
- Push buttons and tone and volume knobs control your musical selections
- Includes remote control so you can DJ from behind the bar
- The two-way speakers feature a frequency response of 20-20k Hz to deliver a full sound no matter what kind of music you play
- Includes an 100v-240v AC power supply to plug into the wall so the music never stops
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April 5, 2013
Really solid. I wonder Skull Candy stopped making it. Luckily I picked it up on WhiskeyMilitia.
Indeed it will charge your ipod.
By: Christian Terrill
June 4, 2012
yes it will
By: Christian Terrill
December 21, 2011
January 17, 2013
This thing is pretty big so it makes a great permanent dock. I wouldn't want to carry it around or try to move it room to room (especially since it is not rechargeable) but I use it as a radio in my garage and it works great there. One downside is that the different size inserts that make sure your iDevice seat properly on the charging plug don't allow for any extra room. This means I have to take the case off my phone every time I dock it. There is also a spine on each of the inserts so that the iDevice doesn't wiggle around and has support when you are pressing the screen/wheel. This keeps it from kinking the connector and is a nice feature. I also really like the bass/treble adjustments and I am able to tune my music correctly for the size room and volume I am using. Oh, and who doesn't love a remote. Overall I wouldn't want to pay $179.99 for this thing, but at the sale price its not a bad buy.
Amazing Sound Quality
February 15, 2012
We've got this in our living room and it works great with both my boyfriend's iPod (using the dock) and my shuffle (using the input cord). The bass and treble dials are an excellent feature and provide a depth of sound quality way above any other docking station we've used before. Plus it looks great! Dance party at my place.