Skullcandy’s new Mod headphones offer cheap multipoint Bluetooth support

Skullcandy continues its trend of cheap, feature-rich headphones with its latest offering, the Mod Headphones. All standard fare is present here with IP55 weather protection and USB-C charging. The mods also manage to incorporate multipoint Bluetooth connectivity, which, as the name suggests, allows you to connect and listen to multiple devices at the same time. This isn’t a new feature for headphones in general, but when these headphones are only $60, it’s certainly worth considering.

You can have them in any color as long as it’s black.

Wireless headphones have become the norm for answering calls, blocking, or accessing voice assistants like Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant, which is why it’s so common to see prices above $100. It’s even possible to shell out up to $249.99 for something like Apple AirPods Pro. There are many budget options on the market, but very few can compete with the features offered by more expensive models. However, Skullcandy shakes up that notion by offering a litany of features in a pair of headphones that are remarkably cheap by comparison. Skullcandy even has built-in tile tracking accessible through an app if you misplace these headphones.

Mods also come with a variety of ear tips to ensure a comfortable fit.

While Skullcandy is known for producing products with loud and outrageous designs, Mod headphones are extremely innocuous in terms of looks and style. They don’t deviate from what you’d expect from a pair of wireless headphones and are currently only available in black.

Because we tend to use our wireless headphones for a variety of tasks, multipoint Bluetooth connections have become an increasingly important feature. This feature allows your headphones to stay connected to multiple devices at once and differentiate between audio sources. For example, you can stay paired to your laptop and receive calls from your phone seamlessly, and your headphones will know how to mute the sound from your laptop when you pick up the phone.

Rounding out its list of features, the Mods use Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and can last up to seven hours on a single charge with an additional 27 hours stored in the case. Although they may lack active noise cancellation, the mics used by the Mods are capable of reducing background noise. You’ll also be able to access a listening mode via the Skullcandy app or the touch controls built into the headphones. The Mods don’t blow anyone away in terms of features or appeal, but their low price is certainly enough to grab the attention of the most budget-conscious.

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