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Submitted by Laike 1145d ago | review

Skullcandy PLYR2 Wireless Headset Review [Capsule Computers]

Jamie Laike Tsui of Capsule Computers writes:

"The Skullcandy PLYR2 Wireless Headset is a stereo headset that utilizes 2.4ghz technology to transmit the signal to the headset. It is the middle child from the corporate marriage of Astro Gaming and Skullcandy, the lowest tier being the SLYRs and the top of the line being the 7.1 surround sound wireless PLYR1 headset. The PLYR2 accepts audio input through USB and red and white RCA cables. The headset accepts a mini-USB cable to charge the battery. The SLYR was an extremely pleasant surprise and the PLYR2 comes close in matching the SLYRs quality with a few catches." (Audio, Gaming, Skullcandy PLYR2) 8.5/10

LinkageAX  +   1145d ago
Look gross, doesnt sound like its as good as similar offerings.
masterabbott  +   1145d ago
Skullcandy make good quality headphones but i will wait for the PLYR1's when they release in March, this is a good review but ill hold on for now.

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