The Sennheiser PC 323D premium gaming headset delivers 7.1-channel super-realistic surround when powered by Dolby Headphone and Dolby ProLogic IIx. It incorporates Sennheiser’s CircleFlex design, which automatically adjusts to the head to enable maximum comfort, which is essential when you’re wearing headphones for long periods of time. ‘The new PC 310 has also been launched for gamers who want to discover legendary Sennheiser gaming sound for the first time,’ says Wayne Farran, of Syntec International, which distributes Sennheiser in Australia. ‘What’s more, no internal sound card is needed, because the PC 323D comes with its own 3D G4ME1 7.1 USB sound card attached, making installation hassle-free and the audio so real that gamers can pinpoint shouts and explosions not just from the left or right, but from seven different directions. With the PC 323D, it’s no longer just about hearing the action—it’s about being in the centre of it.

Communication with fellow gamers is via a built-in professional-grade noise-cancelling microphone that reduces ambient noise for crystal-clear conversations, and allows the user to mute the microphone by simply raising the boom arm.

For those who don’t want a premium multi-channel game-playing experience, Sennheiser has introduced a PC 310 that’s aimed at entry-level gamers. ‘The PC 310 comes with great Sennheiser sound, a noise cancelling microphone and very soft, open-acoustic ear cups—all made in a timeless design and with a retail price that’s hard to beat,’ Farren told Australian Hi-Fi Magazine.

For further information, please contact Sennheiser at Syntec International