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    A decent headset with a couple of disappointing flaws that take the edge off the experience.
    Thermaltake isn't the first brand that springs to mind when you're shopping for a gaming headset, but the manufacturer best known for PC building hardware has a range of accessories.
    The Shock is well priced, doesn't hide behind a ridiculous design or a promise of flashy features, it's just a gaming headset for people who like to play games. That's it.
    But is it any good?

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    08-02-2018 08:40 AM

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