Skullcandy Sesh review
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The Skullcandy Sesh truly wireless headphones are targeted at buyers looking for a cheaper alternative to big-brand models that often cost more than twice as much. But with so many budget truly wireless headphones around, how do you sort the gems from the duds? Our professional listening panel do the hard work for you in our full review.
- Pros and cons
- What are they?
- How do they sound?
- What are they like to live with?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Is there anything I should know?
- Should I buy them?
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