[CES 2013] Popular German audio company, Sennheiser, is announcing the rebirth of its PC 350 and PC 360 gaming headsets. Sennheiser says that it has re-engineered the design and optimized both to support virtual 7.1 surround sound. First is the PC 350 gaming headset, which the company markets as a professional noise blocking headset. This headset will reportedly retain 95 percent of the audio even at full volume. “This is optimal for professional gamers at LAN events or home players who don’t want to be interrupted, – or interrupt others while playing,” Sennheiser said.
Meanwhile, the PC 360 gaming headset offers full virtual 7.1 Surround Sound for a deep audio experience. The PC 360 is designed for “long hours of gaming, without breaking a sweat or getting warm ears.” The PC 360 also comes with an open acoustic design, which lets air flow through to keep users comfortable. Both gaming headsets are available on Amazon beginning today.
“We realized that the previous models, from 2008 and 2010 are still the most sought after headsets by gamers. We have learned a lot since developing them, so we went back to see how we could make them even better, using what we know today,” says Christian Ern, the Product Manager of Sennheiser Communications.RELATED
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