Sennheiser introduces four new PC gaming headset designed for hardcore gamers, the PC360, PC163D, PC333D and PC333G4ME.
First of all, the PC360 is the successor to the PC350. It features Sennheiser’s Open-Aire acoustics speaker technology and noise-canceling microphone. Although the velvety-soft ear pads and large ear cups fully cover the ears, their open design prevents the artificial sound that can take the shine off even the most intense session. The open design also create a more lifelike soundscape. There is a quick-access volume control on the right ear cup.
Both the PC163D and PC333D are powered by Dolby Headphone technology to deliver 7.1-channel surround sound. They are fine tuned by Sennheiser with professional gaming team mTw. The PC163D has an open design and comes with noise-cancelling microphone with adjustable boom. The PC333D, on the other hand, offers enhanced multi-channel audio with its closed acoustic design. One of its ear cups is fitted with a clever “DJ Hinge” that users can single-handedly swivel up to talk to people around them. Its noise-canceling microphone automatically mutes when the boom is raised.
Lastly, Sennheiser’s PC330G4ME is basically a Dolby-less version of the PC333D. It has the same DJ Hinge flipping ear cup, noise-cancelling microphone and automatic microphone mute.
Sennheiser PC360, PC163D, PC333D and PC330G4ME gaming headsets are available now for $299.95, $209.95, $239.95 and $169.95 respectively.