7.1 Surround Sound With Latest Sennheiser Headsets
- Designed primarily for gamers
- Rotating earpads
- Sound comes from seven different directions
Sennheiser has introduced its new PC 323D headset, which combines Sennheiser sound with 7.1 super-realistic surround powered by Dolby Headphone and Dolby ProLogic IIx. Its CircleFlexdesign automatically adjusts to the head.
Also launched are the new PC 310 which like the PC 323D, has been launched for gamers who want to discover Sennheiser gaming sound for the first time.
The PC 323D has no internal sound card because the units comes with its own 3D G4ME1 7.1 USB sound card attached, making installation hassle-free. This combination delivers audio so real that the gamer can pinpoint shouts and explosions not just from the left or right, but from seven different directions. With the PC 323D, it’s no longer just about hearing the action – it’s about being in the centre of it.
The open-acoustic design of the PC 323D keeps the head cool for hours, and the unique CircleFlexdesign ensures that the ear pads rotate and adjust automatically to the gamer’s head, making the game experience a comfortable thrill.
It’s also easy to communicate with fellow gamers, claims Sennheiser. The pro noise-cancelling microphone reduces ambient noise for crystal-clear conversations, and allows the user to mute the microphone by simply raising the boom arm. Adjusting the volume control is just as easy, since it’s been placed intuitively on the right ear cup.
Aimed at entry-level gamers, the PC 310 comes with great Sennheiser sound, a noise cancelling microphone and soft, open-acoustic ear cups.