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Submitted by MetalArcade 737d ago | review

Skullcandy PLYR 2 Headset Review | Metal Arcade

Metal Arcade:

Jason Bakker writes:

Skullcandy hits it out of the park again with the PLYR 2 headset.

In 2012, Skullcandy acquired high-end audio systems manufacturer Astro Gaming. Seeing as the Astro A40 is the official headset of Major League Gaming, doing so has given them a head-start on breaking into the gaming community. Skullcandy has since announced a new line of gaming headsets- the SLYR ($80, which I reviewed last month), the PLYR 2 ($130) and the PLYR 1 ($180). (Gadgets, Gaming, PC hardware, Skullcandy PLYR2) 9.7/10

kingPoS  +   735d ago
'Sigh' I used to champion skullcandy in 10'...
Why did they cheapen and inflate some of their goods.
I sure miss the Titan (nylon cable) and Hesh headsets.
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