|Item model number||PC 350 Special Edition 2015|
|Item Weight||14.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.8 x 2.2 x 8.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6.75 x 2.25 x 8.75 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.|
Sennheiser PC 350 Special Edition 2015 headphones
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- Hear every detail of the game - Sennheiser's transducer technology delivers exceptional sonic accuracy and clarity
- Get immersed in the game - Closed back, over-ear design provides isolation from environmental sounds so you can focus on the game.
- Crystal clear conversations - The professional noise cancelling microphone ensures crisp communication without interference
- Intuitive control - The volume control is integrated on the right ear cup, and the microphone is muted by simply raising the boom arm.
- PCV 07 Combo Audio adapter is included - for headset compatibility with Mac, PS4 & Consoles with 3.5 mm jack input
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From the manufacturer
At Sennheiser, we are on the pursuit of perfect sound. This is the aim and ambition of every single person working here. The quest for perfect sound focuses us on the dreams and needs of our customers all around the globe. Through our products and our ideas, we give them a unique sound experience or help them to create pristine sound for their audiences. We have done this for 70 years, and we are not ready to stop. Because we have a vision: to shape the future of audio, based on our history, our culture of innovation and our passion for excellence.
Meet the PC 350 Special Edition 2015
With the PC 350 Special Edition 2015 noise blocking gaming headset we improved one of our flagship products, which is widely regarded as one of the best gaming headsets around. The PC 350 Special Edition 2015 features supreme noise cancellation due to the updated durable closed design, which shields you from any outside noise and distractions, and lets you perform to your maximum potential.
- Sennheiser recommends this headphone for serious gamers seeking ultimate noise cancellation and comfort.
- The trimmed sound provides improved positional accuracy for immersive LAN gaming and the professional noise cancelling microphone makes it the optimal choice also for streaming.
- The PC 350 Special Edition 2015 headset is supplied in basic packaging suitable for recycling.
Hear Every Detail Of The Game
The Sennheiser E.A.R. technology delivers extreme sound accuracy and clarity by channeling signals directly into your ears.
Crystal Clear Conversations
The professional noise cancelling microphone ensures crisp communication without interference.
The volume control is integrated on the right ear cup, and by simply raising the boom arm the microphone is muted.
|PC 350 SE|
|Ear Coupling||Around Ear|
|Headphone Frequency Response||10 – 26,000Hz|
|Microphone Type||Noise cancelling|
|Cable Length||3 m|
|Weight (headset and packaging)||14.3 oz. (406 g)|
|In the Box||PC 350 Special Edition 2015 gaming headset / PCV 07 combo audio adaptor|
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|Item Dimensions||2.25 x 6.75 x 8.75 in||9.25 x 4.33 x 9.84 in||4.2 x 9.2 x 9.3 in||4.33 x 8.82 x 9.44 in||2.4 x 9.1 x 9.4 in||6.89 x 8.07 x 3.94 in|
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The Sennheiser PC 350 Special Edition 2015 noise blocking gaming headset features performance optimized for competitive gaming. The sound is tailored to provide improved positional accuracy. The closed back design is perfect for immersive LAN gaming, isolating you from any outside noise so you hear even the faintest detail of your game. The professional grade noise cancelling microphone ensures crystal clear communication while delivering a high quality signal, making it the optimal choice also for streaming.
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Due to the fact that these headphones have 150db impedence most likely your onboard sound won't be able to drive it. A little research before purchasing will tell the consumer that. I picked it up for $100 bucks during the holiday sell and it's a steal.
Even without the driving power the sound clarity is pristine. I recognized it as soon as I tested the headphones through my onboard audio. The fit is a little tight at first due to the plastic cups that sit on the microfiber that envelopes the ears but after about an hour any discomfort transitioned to the most comfortable fit I've ever had. The cups seem to mold to a fit over time. In order to drive the headphones better I paired mine with a $75 fiio mic amp/ dac. Sennheiser is known for clarity, not thumping bass so I made sure to choose one with a bass boost just for the ability to fine tune it to my liking. It brought the headphones to life and is giving me the most enjoyable auditory experience of my life, and I've had quite a few expensive headphones.
The mic requires minor adjustments. In order to drive it you have to turn on 20% mic boost. After the adjustments it's clarity is far superior to any "headset" on the market. And it's not even close.
I highly recommend this headset with a dac. If one can't afford that sennheiser has many other low impedence options. But you can't expect mid to high impedance cans to be perfect with onboard sound. I personally prefer a dac to soundcards so I can't give a recommendation on that route. However I imagine the results to be comparable to mine as long as you can tweek the lows to your liking. Keep in mind that hardware adjustments outshine a software equalizer almost 100% of the time.
Edit: After looking around I found that quite a few people have been able to drive the speakers with just a simple stereo to usb adapter. I had one of these laying around I figured I'd give it a try and update my review (SYBA USB 2.0 External Stereo Sound Adapter (SD-AUD20066)). While the sound isn't quite on par with the customization using a DAC or a sound card I found this option MORE THAN SERVICEABLE. For an extra 10 bucks these stereo adapters can drive the headphones pretty well and undoubtedly superior to on board audio. If you want to save some money go this option. I'd like to note that I had a few issues with sound from the right ear cup when I used both the headphone and the microphone jack in the adapter. Just use your on board microphone input jack and the adapter's headphone jack and you should be set with the tweeking I said about the microphone earlier.
Mic is still kinda crap, so it gets a 4 star.
Pros; More comfortable then the my 20$ monoprice headphones... I work from home, and wear them 10+ hours a day.
Cons; Everything else. Friends gave me flack about mic quality instantly. Ear cup doesn't seal on the bottom, making the advertised closed design useless. When I first plugged them in, the volume was so low it was hard to hear anything from them, so I bought an inline amp(creative sound blaster E1), and its still literally 1/100th the volume of my 20$ monoprice headphones at the same volume. Its so quiet I feel like they are broken or something. If you listen to music, ASMR, or really anything... the ear buds at walmart sound better then these because of how quiet they are.
I would not buy these for 20$, good thing I got them for only 77$. I don't understand why anyone would rave about these.
However, the one thing many of the "gaming" headset community does do better is build quality. I don't know why headsets still come with this plastic/fake leather/whatever this material is on the earcups and headband. It doesn't hold up well to grease/sweat (eww, blah blah blah, but if you're gaming, you're likely wearing these for extended periods of time).
I've gone back to "gaming" headsets due to this issue (last one was the Hyper X; it was super comfortable without any of this pansy material Sennheiser likes to use-ie: used cloth instead of fake leather or whatever it is even my grandpa used to use in his headphones, but the sound quality compared to a good pair of cans like Sennheisers was atrociously bad-mostly on the high end of the spectrum), but I always return to Sennheiser's when they're on sale. The sound quality difference is too big, and unfortunately, it's one of those things where once you're aware there's better sound, you really can't go back.
It's possible the more expensive gaming headsets have as good sound quality, but I'm not sure that's a risk I'm willing to risk, so I continue to use Sennheisers, while fervently hoping they eventually up their material usage to be as awesome as their sound quality.
And, yes, don't be purchasing these if you or your soundcard don't have an amp. They aren't friendly for the ampless.