Sennheiser PC 350 Gaming And Communications Headset

Sennheiser are very quickly coming round to the popularity of their headsets amongst gamers. With so many PC peripheral companies churning out mediocrity or novelty and claiming it to be the greatest of gaming headsets having Sennheiser step in and floor the competition with a genuinely high quality product is a breath of fresh air. Albiet at £150 the Sennheiser PC 350 Gaming Headet is an incredibly expensive one.

Granted, with the Sennheiser brand behind these I’ve assumed that they floor the competition without having experienced them for myself but it’s an easy assumption to make if you’ve had any experience with Sennheiser products in the past. And. Seriously. Look at the things; a build like a brick outhouse must have been part of the design specification.

Anyway, enough of the ranting blurb… I use Roland headphones for all my gaming/audio/tv needs anyway! Check over the fold for specifications.

  • Closed type, circumaural PC gaming headset
  • Superior passive attenuation of ambient noise
  • Frequency response optimized for Binaural Perception
  • Large 38mm high-power drive unit
  • Powerful Neodymium Iron magnets
    • Large size ear cups for comfort during long gaming sessions
  • Passive attenuation of up to 32 dB
  • Large size microphone for highest intelligibility
  • Noise-cancelling mic design
    • Patented Sennheiser Duofol Diaphragm technology
  • Adaptive baffle damping for deep clean bass
    • Collapsible for easy transport
  • Volume Control with microphone mute
  • Connects to virtually any PC sound card

    Headphone

    • Speaker Type Dynamic 38 mm driver, Nd magnet
  • Frequency Response 10 Hz – 26,000 Hz
  • Impedance 150 Ohms
  • Sensitivity 108 dB SPL
  • Distortion < 0.1%

    Microphone

    • Pick-up Pattern Noise Cancelling
  • Frequency Response 50 Hz . 16,000 Hz
  • Sensitivity -38 dBV at 94 dBSPL
  • Cable Length 3 m
  • Connectors Two 1/8” / 3.5 mm plug