amazon Skullcandy Uproar reviews
Uproar still retains the simplistic design of its predecessor. This is a small Onear, smaller than the Grind a bit, to increase the convenience of carrying it. Also, Uproar felt more pressure on his ear than it did on Grind’s ear. The housing of the headphones is matte, not as sleek as the Uprock. The band has exactly the skull logo of Skullcandy. With the Wireless, Uproar will have 3 volume buttons, Play Pause button and the charging port again, while the wired will have a button similar to Grind. The wire of the wired version is slightly flat to prevent tangle. The Uproar body is made of plastic rather than metal parts like Grind, but also so that the weight is reduced quite well. Overall, the Uproar has a younger, more prominent look than the new Grind.
Because of its smaller body shape compared to its Grind brothers, Uproar has a slightly reduced sound quality, and the sound field is not as wide. The overall sound of the Uproar is a bit dark, with pretty bass, mid section smooth and easy listening, treble gentle and less sibalance.
While Grind is aiming for a balance sound, Uproar continues the traditional sound of Skullcandy towards young people who like electronic music, pop … Also, the bass of Uproar is over the average, much more than a little grind. As usual, Uproar was hit on mid bass and high bass, giving the boom a bit of darkness, and the company did so to increase the tension of the Uproar drum. Uproar’s bass is played up, then spread out on the sides to make the sound of resonance and rumble, reproducing very well the atmosphere at the discotheque. This is a soft enough bass to feel the vibration, but still enough tension with live drums like Hotel California or Take Five.
With heavy sub bass tracks like The Knife’s Silent Shout, Uproar has a strong sub bass, though it’s a tiny Onear headset. With songs that do not have as much bass as Bill Callahan’s Drover, Uproar helps push the bass up a bit, making the song even more lively, even making the singer’s voice a bit thicker. The high mid has a little over the low mid section of male singers, so this part may be warmer than the headphones. With the Classical version, the bass boosts a bit, making the track more alive, thicker and more in depth.
For those who do not have a bass-head, the Uproar has a bit slow bass. The Rock, Metal have very high speed drums, Uproar will not be perfect. The pedal drums will get a little sticky because the first tune is not finished, the next tones have come. But with pop dance, Uproar performed perfectly. Maroon 5’s “Lady Kiler” has the drum part pushed up, deep down and really made the music more exciting. The high bass that dominates the low mid gives some singers a slightly lower pitch than the real thing, but also increases the warmth, lightness of vocals and jazz.
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As mentioned above, the high mid will slightly encroach on the low mid so the lower part of the vocalist will be warmer than the real. This is not a downside nor a complete advantage. With vocalists such as Louis Armstrong or Tennessee Ernie Ford, the singer’s voice is stronger, with a thicker and warmer tone. For some female singers, this singer’s voice is missing a bit higher, losing the airy needed. The middle part of Uproar is similar to Grind, with slightly more sound than vocal, so Jazz and Vocal are also easier to hear.
In the old Skullcandy earphones, especially in the ears of Inear, the middle part of the voice has a strong sibalance, so it is harder to hear than the headphones today. With Yao Si Ting’s songs, Uproar shows a bit of Sib as the high mid section is slightly raised. But these sib sounds less than Grind. With a lightweight vocalist like Alison Krauss, Uproar performs well, not being sib a bit. The big difference between Grind and Uproar is the mid position. Grind to the scatter, can play more types of music so the mid is put up a little more. Uproar has the distinctive soundsign of Skullcandy that should be brought back mid back a little. For those who love to listen to vocals and jazz that need clarity in their vocals, Uproar is not the best choice. For those who love pop and dance, Uproar is perfect. With Seve’s Tez Cadey’s song, the background vocal of the song is given behind the bass, and less of a sibalance, so the song has a lot of excitement. With Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance, this mischievous female vocalist possesses an inherent electronic quality that is easy to hear due to its less hissing sound, with the background music creating a strong atmosphere. This is a mid section that does not have many highlights, but is well suited to the overall sound and music that the Skullcandy direction Uproar to.
As a V-shape headset, treble is not the strength of Uproar. Treble up sufficient, to a segment will have the phenomenon of roll off. The amount of treble is not much and there is only enough space to play it. This is a kind of high sweet, warm and light so it is quite natural. High frequency strikes never happen, so listeners can use longer earphones. Uproar’s treble does not make a lot of highlight, but it does the job of making midrange and bass.
The name of the Uproar retained the features from the predecessor. From the compact Onear design, to the striking motifs of simplicity, and above all is the sound. Uproar, though, has one of the most intriguing ways to wear a wide range of bass, boasting a strong, explosive and pop-dance style.
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