May 27, 2020
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The test of wireless headphones Skullcandy Riff Wireless vs Skullcandy Grind points out a lot in common. Both products have on the ear wearing style with a closed back. However Skullcandy Grind may be used with a wire as well.
The frequency response of both headphones is absolutely equal and states 20Hz-20KHz as well as sensitivity of 98 dB and impedance of 32 Ohm. The battery life in Skullcandy Riff Wireless vs Skullcandy Grind is equal and states 12 hours. You may use a Grind model with a cable that comes in a set and with a battery free listening mode while Riff has no such options. Also both have no aptX / aptX HD support.
The sound quality of Skullcandy Riff Wireless vs Grind seemed to me a little clearer at low frequencies, though both have a decent and harmonious reproduction at all frequencies. Even being a sensitive listener I felt no “scratching” my ear by sharp highs or pumping out lows. A nice sound for amateur listening.
Both headphones have adjustable headbands, made mostly of plastic and have a soft foam inside the ear pads. Skullcandy Riff Wireless has an advantage vs Grind being foldable. The weight of Skullcandy Grind is 183 g vs 275 g of Riff Wireless.
The Skullcandy Riff Wireless is better headphones in this comparison. Check Skullcandy Riff Wireless price