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Sennheiser PC 320 Gaming Headset

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  • Superb Sennheiser stereo sound -Sennheiser quality speakers deliver pure sound from games, movies and voice chat
  • Noise canceling clarity - the pro noise canceling microphone reduces ambient noise for crystal-clear conversations with teammates
  • Soft-padded comfort - CircleFlex ear cups ensure the ear pads rotate and adjust automatically to the user
  • Intuitive design - the volume control disintegrated in the right ear cup for quick access
  • Automatic microphone mute - mute the microphone simply by raising the boom
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Sennheiser PC 320 Gaming Headset + StarTech.com MUYHSMFF 3.5mm 4-Pin to 2x 3-Pin 3.5mm Headset Splitter Adapter - M/F + Syba SD-CM-UAUD USB Stereo Audio Adapter, C-Media Chipset, RoHS
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 4 x 8.5 inches ; 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005HWEZ02
  • Item model number: PC 320
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2012

Product Description

The PC 320 is an ultra-comfortable headset. Open-acoustic design lets in the air to keep the head cool - and together with soft, padded circum aural ear cups and headband is ideal for long gaming sessions. It features the superb Sennheiser stereo sound and pro noise canceling microphone, as well as gaming-style design and must-have extras like automatic microphone mute and on-ear volume control.

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Great sound quality, very comfortable, easy to setup and get working.
Charles S Vinson
The two things I really like are the mute function and the volume control being right on the headset instead of down somewhere on the cord.
Michael J. Mora
Very immersing sound: Absolutely no bass but the mid and treble are FANTASTIC.
Darin A.

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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By MyKeyReviews on May 29, 2012
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Sennheiser's PC 320 may not be the most stylish headset available compared to others available on the market, however it does have a really nice solid feel to it.

The past headsets I've used for the PC connect via a wired USB cable or a wireless USB dongle, this one however splits off into two; a 3.5mm headphone jack(port normally coloured green) and a 3.5mm microphone jack(port normally coloured pink), both these ports are standard for desktops and laptops, however do double check you have them just in case.

The audio output from the headphones I found to be of really good quality and it's really easy to adjust the volume by sliding the circle around on the right-hand side. Though I was very impressed with the sound it can't output much bass, so for those who like that extra kick in bass, you are looking at the wrong product.

When I first used the microphone, I initially had a problem with the microphone volume, even when putting the microphone volume to it's maximum it was far too quiet, but after fiddling with the microphone cable the volume went to as it should and since then I've had no problems at all, so it's highly possible it may have been my computer having a funny 5 minutes.

The clarity of the microphone really blew me away, the voice output was crystal clear and to date has got to be the best headset microphone I've owned.

Comfortability wasn't too bad, it fits well on my head and is easily adjustable, I can wear these for about 3 hours before feeling any kind of discomfort which for me is really good, I do have sensitive ears so small amounts of pressure effects me more than most other people so others may have a different experience to what I've had.

Overall it's a really good headset with a fantastic microphone attached, it may lack a bit in bass but don't let this put you off.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Darin A. on October 28, 2012
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-Incredibly comfortable: I wear glasses and it is such a relief to have a headset for once that doesn't put those annoying pressure points into your brains.
-Fantastic mic: It's nice to be heard clearly but now everyone can hear my funny breathing.
-Very immersing sound: Absolutely no bass but the mid and treble are FANTASTIC. Very punchy. Sounds as good as my 6" speakers with a tweeter, except blasted directly into my ear holes.
-Awesomely clear sound: Everything is crisp and I listen to a lot of House music, i.e. Daft Punk, which is usually filled with lots of energy and sound in the mid to high ranges. The bass is a little muddled though.
-Looks nice: It has an expensive look to it and a sleek, nice feel, albeit it feels a little flimsy.

-Feels a little flimsy: I'm used to $20-$40 headsets and they often have much stiffer plastic and I can beat them up. I'm not so sure about this one.
-Weird auto mute: I find the auto mute feature on it odd. I'd rather have no auto mute or a button or something. Just my opinion.
-Weird volume control: Again, I find the knob idea odd also. Feels like I'm opening a jar of peanut butter on the side of my head or using an old rotary phone. I'd rather have an inline option or nothing at all. Just my opinion again.
-No bass: I would have assumed something that costs $100 and is much larger than cheap earphones would provide more bass than what comes with say, an iPod, but I was wrong.

-Awesome bang for your buck: Fits my budget and head. I don't have a freakishly large or small head but many other brands in the same price range have a funny fit and I have taken them back same day. Same with their sound quality and mic. Terrible in comparison and immediately went back.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Chan on October 2, 2012
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First and foremost, I have tried many headphones and the Sennheiser PC 320 is by far the most comfortable one yet. These pads are extremely comfortable on my ears and are secure enough not to fall off easily. I don't feel like they're clamping on me at all like the other headsets do. I haven't tested out the mic yet but I'll update that later after I finish enjoy the great sound and comfort.

I use the Astro Mixamp so I can connect it to my Xbox360. I got the PC 320 because it is relatively cheaper than the xbox counterpart X320 and they're about the same. The only difference between PC320 and X320 is the volume control button. The PC320 has a single volume control on the right ear (which is a circular dial by adjusting with your finger) and the X320 has a voice and sound control separately on the wire. By itself it's a good feature but since I'm using the Mixamp, I don't need that feature. I tried the TurtleBeach x31 and they're pretty comfortable but they have this "hissing" sound, or white noise, that I cannot stand. My ears are very sensitive to these extra sounds so I would rather not use a headset if I don't absolutely need to. Even with the Mixamp, I could not get rid of it so I sold it after a few uses.

When I first took the headset out of the box, it feels really light. I thought it's going to suck because a light headset from my experience = flimsy and feeble sound. How wrong was I! The sound was solid and I can hear everything that is going on in the game and I think Sennheiser did a really great job on that. I can hear footsteps, voices and car motor sound separately and can easily distinguish which direction they're coming from.

I personally do not like heavy bass headsets for games especially when I need to talk to my teammates.
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