Sennheiser has launched two new PC gaming headsets for users to enjoy. Both the products aim to help enhance your gaming experience with a variety of features and excellent audio performance.
The main attraction of the Sennheiser PC 350 Headset is its noise blocking feature. The product claims to keep more than 95 percent of the gaming audio and sound inside the headset even at full volume. This means those around you will not have to be disturbed by your game audio and you will not be distracted by ambient noise.
Targeted at professional gamers at LAN events or avid gamers at home who value their privacy, the PC 350 Special Edition also features accurate sound reproduction. Audio is provided courtesy of Sennheiser's "Eargonomic Acoustic Refinement" technology which is known for its soundstage and specific sound trim for optimized positioning. Its collapsible design makes it easy to carry as well.
Volume control has also been integrated in the ear cup for an intuitive design and the PC 350 SE’s pro noise canceling microphone allows gamers to communicate with teammates without disruptions or static.The PC 350 Special Edition retails at S$359.
The next generation of the highly popular PC 360 gaming headset, the PC 363D comes with an unrivaled soundstage which is richer and more encompassing that the competition. Audio is enhanced by features such as Dolby 7.1-channel surround sound and Pro Logic IIx for giving gamers that extra edge they need to compete. Like the PC 350SE, the PC 363D also has Sennheiser's "Eargonomic Acoustic Refinement" technology to provide the same benefits as with its counterpart.
The PC 363D differs from the other Sennheiser gaming headset because it comes with lush XXL velvet ear pads and an open design to keep your head and ears cool during long gaming sessions. Volume control has been integrated in the ear cup and the PC 363D’s pro noise canceling microphone is on par with the PC 350SE's . The Sennheiser PC 363D will retail for S$419.