Sennheiser has launched some new headphones geared towards PC gamers, the entry-level PC 310 and the high-end PC 323D. Both look pretty nice judging from the details.After seeing how good the X 320 headset was, these will hopefully be just as good.
The PC 310 headset is looking to give people a taste of the quality Sennheiser has to offer, with their signature sound quality in an on-the-ears stereo headphone package. The headset also features a noise-cancelling microphone and what looks to be the same soft, comfortable material as the X 320’s ear cups. The PC 310 headset will retail for $59.95.
The PC 323D’s are centerpiece of the announcement, being Sennheiser‘s new top-of-the-line PC gaming headphones. They will feature their own built-in 3D G4ME1 sound card with 7.1 Dolby Headphone and Dolby ProLogic IIx technologies to deliver immersive surround sound. The look of the headphones looks nearly identical to the X 320s, which is a good thing as they’re very comfortable for long gaming sessions. Sennheiser states that the headphones will “delivers audio so realistic that the gamer can pinpoint shouts and explosions not just from the left or right, but from seven different directions.” The PC 323D headset will retail for $159.95.
Both of these look like some pretty sweet treats. Maybe you could put them (or the X 320s) on your Christmas list.