Astro A30 Gaming Headset + Mixamp PlayStation 3 Review and Video Review, Images, Gameplay - Classic Game Room
Astro A30 Gaming Headset + Mixamp review for PlayStation 3 - Classic Game Room
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Astro A30 Gaming Headset + Mixamp - PlayStation 3

CGR's favorite headset comes with a Mixamp, removable side plates micrphone and super comfortable styling. They're light, stylish, rugged and sound great for the price. They also fold up for easy traveling.
  • Release date: 2013
  • Genre: Accessory
  • Developer: Astro Gaming
  • Publisher: Astro Gaming
  • Players: 1-Player
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You will be paying for the quality of these multi-use headphones. You can use it for every purpose of a headphone and headset. Such a sweet design and also accessories which can make you feel like the money spent was well worth it. Anyone on the competitive scene can enjoy these as well except for Chris G, he seems to love AGE.

i personally use tritons


Astro A30 Gaming Headset + Mixamp review for PlayStation 3
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