Kuala Lumpur, 30 October 2013 –Sennheiser announces the rebirth of two true Legends. The sought after PC 350 and PC 363D gaming headsets have been reengineered to feature optimised comfort, design and virtual 7.1 surround sound.
Great news for quality-conscious gamers, who seek nothing but the best: the new Sennheiser PC 350 Special Edition and the PC 363D Surround Sound gaming headsets ensure your partner can live in tranquillity, not being able to hear the action from your headset, while you become fully immersed in your games.
For the ‘Pro’ Player
A professional noise blocking headset, the PC 350 Special Edition will keep you gaming in private. Even at full volume, more than 95% of the gaming audio will remain inside the headset so you can immerse yourself in the game while those around you won’t hear a thing. This is optimal for professional gamers at LAN events or home players who do not want to be interrupted - or interrupt others while playing.
For the ultimate entertainment and gadget loving player
Delivering full virtual 7.1 Surround Sound with Dolby® Pro Logic® IIx, the PC 363D Surround Sound creates a much deeper audio experience and allows you to accurately pinpoint the direction of engine roars, shots or explosions. Designed for long hours of gaming, without breaking a sweat or getting warm ears, it features an open acoustic design, which lets air flow through to keep you extra comfortable at all times.
Both headsets feature German-engineered technology with speakers manufactured individually at Sennheiser’s own facility in Ireland. They come fully equipped with a pro noise cancelling microphone, and to top it off, Sennheiser has built all headset controls into the specially designed metal ear cups and microphone boom, making volume control and mute functions easy and intuitive.
“We realised 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 Product Manager Christian Ern of Sennheiser Communications.