Subjekt Ruffian Skull Earphones Review

Posted: Dec 16 2009, 12:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:29am CDT , in Misc


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The Subjekt Ruffian Skull Earphones have 10mm neodymium magnets and a sensitivity of 103dB. The headphones have a frequency response of 20-20,000Hz and an impedance of 32 ohms. They are designed to fit any 3.5mm headphone jack device.

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I plugged the earphones into my iPhone for testing and they sound very good. The Subjekt Ruffian Skull Earphones offer deep bass and a balanced sound overall. They aren’t the best sounding earphones I have tried, but they are right up there.

Like the other set of Ruffian earphones that I tested not too long ago, this set is very heavy in the ear. You can thank the metal skulls that adorn the earpieces for that. The weight is much more noticeable in the ears than you will see on other earphones made of plastic. If you like to exercise with earphones you might find that these slip out of your ears with exertion.

The main difference between the Subjekt Ruffian Skull Earphones and the Tech N9ne earphones that I reviewed before is the cable, Where the N9ne has a red and black braided cable the Subjekt Ruffian Skull Earphones have a plain black cable. This helps the headphones not stand out so much if you like, the skulls but prefer the all black stealth look.

If you have someone on your Christmas list that likes edgy designs these headphones will make them very happy. They sound good, look cool, and are very unique.




  • Good sound
  • Unique style


  • Heavy

The Subjekt Ruffian Skull Earphones are a design people will either love or hate. The skulls are cool, but make for a heavy set of earphones. The sound quality is very good though making the Subjekt Ruffian Skull Earphones look and sound good.


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