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The Skullcandy Indy ANC True Wireless in-ears are well-made and offer excellent noise isolation. They can filter out background noises like bus and plane engines, as well as talk from individuals around you, thanks to their ANC feature. Their bass-heavy sound profile gives audio a little more thump and punch, but it can also sound muddy, murky, or veiled. In the Skullcandy app, there are a few EQ presets to choose from. Although its 5.1-hour continuous battery life isn’t enough to get you through the day, their portable charging case makes it simple to recharge while on the go.
Skullcandy Indy ANC True Wireless Noise Cancelling In-Ear Earbud - True Black
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- Active noise canceling
- Personal sound
- True wireless
- Rapid charge
- 19 hours battery time
The Skullcandy Indy ANC is true wireless in-ears that look like the Skullcandy Indy Evo True Wireless. Like the Apple AirPods Pro Truly Wireless, they sport a monochrome appearance with stems that protrude from the earphones. They come in two color options: ‘Black’ and ‘Chill Grey.’
The Skullcandy Indy ANC are a comfy pair of headphones. They come with a variety of earbud tips and stability fins in various sizes to ensure the greatest possible fit. It’s wonderful that their controls don’t irritate your ears when you use them. However, the buds protrude a little from your ears, and they can become tiring after long periods of listening.
The controls are satisfactory. They aren’t immediately intuitive, but after you get used to them, they should be simple to operate. You can lower the level by tapping the left earbud, or raise it by tapping the right earbud. To play/pause audio, tap either bud twice, or three times to answer/end a call or activate the voice assistant. To turn on/off the ANC, tap once and hold, and to engage EQ mode, tap twice and hold. You can also skip to the previous track by holding the left earphone and the next track by holding the right earpiece. Each bud’s light changes colour to signify various inputs.
The Skullcandy Indy ANC headphones are extremely lightweight. They’re small and light, like most genuinely wireless in-ears. When you’re on the go, you may place them in their portable charging case, and they should fit into your pocket.
The situation is favourable. It’s constructed of plastic, same like the Skullcandy Indy Evo True Wireless case, and it feels dense and substantial. The battery level is indicated by four LED lights. However, if the stability fins aren’t properly positioned, the case won’t close completely.
The Skullcandy Indy ANC is constructed well. Despite the fact that they’re largely comprised of plastic, they seem substantial and long-lasting. They even have an IPX4 water resistant rating, however we don’t test for it right now. The plastic case is also fairly solid and robust, though the lid may be difficult to close if the stability fins aren’t properly positioned.
The Skullcandy Indy ANC is in good shape. Even during more intensive workouts, they shouldn’t slip out of your ears after you obtain a good fit with the accompanying ear tips and stability fins.
The noise isolation of the Skullcandy Indy ANC is excellent. They do a good job of blocking out bass-heavy background noise like bus and jet engines thanks to their ANC feature. They’re much better at blocking out higher-frequency background noise, so you won’t hear coworkers speaking close or the hum of an air conditioner. In the treble range, however, their ANC function operates similarly to its passive isolation abilities.
The battery life of the Skullcandy Indy ANC is adequate. With the ANC set on, they last for over five hours on a single charge, while battery life varies depending on usage. With the ANC turned off, the maker claims they can last for nine hours. While they may not last the entire workday, their portable charging case provides roughly three additional charges, allowing you to recharge while on the go. You can also use one earbud to listen to music while the other charges, which is convenient.
The Skullcandy Indy ANC Bluetooth connectivity is adequate. They don’t have multi-device or NFC pairing capabilities, and their latency with PCs is likely too high for gaming. However, due to their low latency, iOS and Android devices should be able to watch movies and videos. Please keep in mind that several programs compensate for latency in different ways, so your results may vary.
Pros and Cons
The Skullcandy Indy ANC are suitable for a variety of applications. They can block out background noises that are common throughout your commute or at work thanks to its ANC functionality. They’re lightweight and feature a secure fit, so they won’t fall out during your workouts. Their bass-heavy sound profile may not be ideal for fans of neutral sound, however they do include a few EQ presets to tweak the sound.