PerformanceLike almost all decent gaming headsets, PC 330 also produces commendable stereo output. Though relatively weak low levels, the headsets outputs excellent mid tones and good high range sound.
Overall, you’ll feel quite content with the performance of PC 330 whether you are playing a game, chatting on Skype, or listening to music.
Check out the technical details of Sennheiser PC 330 G4ME.
- Connector: 2x3.55mm for desktop or laptop.
- Cable length: 3m
- Weight: 255g
- Frequency Response: 14 - 22,000Hz
- Impedance: 32Ω
- Sound Pressure Level: 112dB
- Ear Coupling: on-the-ear, closed acoustic design
- Impedance: ~2kΩ
- Frequency Response: 70 – 15,000Hz
- Pick-up pattern: Noise canceling
- Sensitivity as per 121 TR 9-5: -38 dBV
ComfortUnfortunately, design is something that has been a bit of a let down. To start with, the ear cups are neither circumaural nor supra-aural, and they sit on your ears rather that enclosing your ears. This can become highly uncomfortable after couple of hours, especially for hardcore gamers who are addicted to gaming marathons.
The volume control is located on right ear cup rather than integrated into the cable. This is quite useful, especially during crunch times as you know exactly where the controls are and can adjust the output with less hassle.
The connecting cable is about 3 meters long which, though can feel a bit longer sometimes, is a good thing.
Price TagFor $100, the PC330 can be a real deal if you can, somehow, forgo the design. I think Sennheiser have somewhat crushed the potential of this headset by not designing the ear cups as completely circumaural.
Buy it from Amazon