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Ditch the Headset for Nyko’s SpeakerCom, Available Now for PS4 and Xbox One

Check out Nyko Technologies new press release about their speaker and microphone accessory for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


Ditch the Headset for Nyko’s SpeakerCom, Available Now for PS4 and Xbox One
Patented speaker and microphone controller attachment hits retail shelves

LOS ANGELES – November 16, 2016 – Nyko Technologies, the inventive LA-based video game accessories manufacturer, today announced the launch of SpeakerCom for PlayStation®4 and Xbox One™, a high-quality speaker and microphone attachment for controllers. With a sleek design that fits the form of the controller without interfering with gameplay, this patented technology allows players to easily chat and listen to online communication without wearing a headset. SpeakerCom for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is now available at,,, and in Meijer stores for an MSRP of $24.99.

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“Headsets can start to feel uncomfortable after endless hours of use,” said Chris Arbogast, Nyko’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “SpeakerCom provides an alternative solution for those who’d rather kick back and not deal with the wires, and be able to speak and hear out loud. It’s also perfect for remaining tuned in to your surroundings for a more social experience.”

SpeakerCom simply fastens to the bottom of a PS4 or Xbox One controller, eliminating the need for a headset and providing a clear loudspeaker for easy and comfortable communication. Users can readily access the push-to-talk button while keeping hands on the controller for uninterrupted gameplay. SpeakerCom is also the perfect companion for Cortana® on Xbox One — players can easily control their entertainment devices using voice commands. SpeakerCom comes with a built-in rechargeable battery that does not draw power from the controller and can be charged using the included micro-USB cable.”

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