-Compatible with: PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Mobile
The Skullcandy PLYR 7.1 headset gives you plenty of high-end features for its price level. It’s not cheap, and that shows. The headset is sturdy and well-made with a solid frame. All controls are mounted on the headset itself for easy access and you can mute the mic by flipping it up. For $180, most of that is to be expected. What’s not, and what the PLYR has over even the Astro A50s, is that it can be used with pretty much anything. The Astro A50s use optical cables which are nice for lossless audio, but not a whole lot of devices support that. So while the A50s sound incredible, their practical applications are very limited. PLYR can use a 3.5 mm standard headphone jack, however.