written by: Tony Gill
Complete silence is disorienting. Standing on a grid of suspended wires, surrounded in all dimensions by a labyrinth of geometric features in the center of an Eckel audiometric testing room, I was mortified at the sound of my own voice with zero reflection to dull the edges, but I was nonetheless awestruck by the sonic void in the heart of Skullcandy’s new headquarters in Park City. Who would think you’d find a chamber of total silence at a company with the motto “Stay Loud?”
Skullcandy was the creation of Rick Alden, who conceived of the perfect headphones that could seamlessly transition from music to phone calls. That idea has grown into an international brand, but Skullcandy will never outgrow its home in Park City.
If you missed the grand opening, you can come in and check out Skullcandy’s full storefront with all the latest product offerings. In the stratospherically likely event you already have some Skullcandy headphones, you can stop in for personalized customer service and warranty help.
6301 N. Landmark Drive, Park City, 888-697-5855, skullcandy.com
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