Skullcandy announces new gaming headsets
Looking for a new set of ears to jam on Halo 4 this Fall? Then Skullcandy has you covered (maybe). Each of Skullcandy’s new gaming headsets, which include the Skullcandy SLYR, PLYR1 and PLYR2, will provide players with distinct cross-platform options from which to choose – whether looking for a flexible console and mobile product, a wireless stereo solution, or full spatial audio delivered with Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound.
The first of Skullcandy’s new gaming headsets is the just released Skullcandy SLYR(“Slayer”). Available now in black for $79.99, the wired Skullcandy SLYR gaming headset delivers precision stereo gaming audio with cross-compatibility with Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, WiiU and PC as well as most smartphones, tablets and MP3 players. Features include a stashable boom mic, the GMX in-line mixer with volume and game-to-voice balancing controls, and custom audio profiles for games, movies and music.
Skullcandy PLYR2 (“Player 2”) is the brand’s first-ever wireless stereo headset featuring 2.4Ghz wireless technology and cross-platform support, available for Holiday 2012.
The Skullcandy PLYR1 (“Player 1”), which will become available in early 2013, also utilizes 2.4Ghz wireless audio, but will enhance the experience further with the addition of Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound.