Sennheiser PC 360 Headset for Pro Gaming
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- Open design for excellent Hi-Fi sound and audiophile experience
- Noise-cancelling microphone reduces ambient noise for crystal clear commands"
- Volume control is integrated on the ear cup for easy access
- Microphone automatically mutes when the boom is raised.
- Ultra soft around the ear pads and cushioned headband
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First and foremost, I am a gamer. I have been gaming competitively for well over 10 years and over that period have gone through numerous headsets these being the Turtle Beach X1 & X11, the Tritton AX Pro, the Astro A40 2010 & 2011 Models, and now the Sennheiser PC360. The Sennheiser PC 360s, however, take the cake for being the best headset that I've ever owned and used. Also, I am an Xbox 360 gamer so before reading this review keep in mind that I am using this with Astro Gaming's Mixamp for 5.1 SRS from the Xbox 360, and not as a standalone 2.1 Stereo headset as it is intended. This is because without a Mixamp you can not use this headset with an Xbox 360.
[+] Amazing sound quality
[+] Some of the best audio positioning available on a dedicated gaming headset due to the Open Acoustic build and the large sound stage.
[+] Open Acoustic design allows air to flow through the speakers to your ears, keeping your ears cool and getting rid of any gross feeling of warmth that can be caused by a closed design. (Astro A40, Tritton AX Pro)
[+] Superb noise cancelling microphone. Very sturdy but also pliable to adjust easily to user preference. Xbox Live chat is very clear and the mic picks up your voice without you having to yell. It does very well to also block out any unwanted noise.
[+] Extremely comfortable. The earpads and headband cushion are covered in a velour material that feels great around the ears (keep in mind these headphones will completely surround your ears and will not push down on any part of your ear).Read more ›
Well manufactured, solid, and they look "all business". Very light, in my opinion compared to the Astro A40 and TB HPX, tried both, and both are returned. Large size velour ear covers, much more comfortable than say, the vinyl on my X3s. I like the fact that the PC360 series has on-board controls for volume and mute (very slick on the later, as all you do is pivot the boom up until you hear and click and it's muted), a shortcoming of the HPX. I have these connected to an Astro Mixamp at the moment and all is rocking with solid bass and great separation (I can pinpoint an enemy whether 2 or 5 o'clock, very nice). The open design allows me to hear hear the phone while keeping my ears cooler than my X3s. I did run the PC360s overnight for 12 hours, attached to my Mac playing iTunes to break them in a bit. I have read that this allows for a broadened range of highs and lows....and I can say, I think it worked.
I have them connected via the digital audio optical out on the back of the XBOX. As a note the cord is long enough, I sit about 8 feet back from a 50" LCD, no problems. If you use a Mixamp, the cables/cords are all included with the Mixamp to get these headphones connected to your XBOX. Not sure about a PS3, but my guess is they will work as well.
Shipped overnight delivery, and received a free FiiO E5 Headphone Amplifier and a $10 discount on the headsets, overall a great value if you're a serious/semi-serious gamer.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Since the headset is open design some sound leakage is of course to be expected. What I didn't expect was because of that leakage the microphone easily picks up sounds coming from... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Yoduh
These are one of the best pairs of headsets I have ever owned! I play a lot of video games on my PC, and these work great for voice communication and hearing clear and precise... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Miles N.
Some of the best headphones I have used with my PC.
Edit: My dog ended up destroying these and I bought another pair.
The volume dial cuts off sound to the left headphone if it isn't positioned in a specific place. Once you get it to the right place it moves out of place on its own after a bit.Published 6 months ago by rabidRaccoon
Purchased these headphones in October 2012 for close to $200. This fits into a category that I would consider premium. The sound and performance is good. Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. Brodeur
First, please bear in mind my review for the quality of this headset is based off primarily voice communication. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Devin M.
These Headphones have been some of the best I have owned. They lack a bit in the bass area but are beautiful everywhere else. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gulli
I purchased this when it was on sale for $170 and it was such a steal. When you look at headphones the sound quality and microphone quality are usually the first things people... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Nick