ProClockers reviewed Sennheiser PC 30 headset and concluded that “for testing audio was provided by my on-board sound card on my DFI RS482 motherboard, which consist of the Realtek ALC850 8-channel AC’97 audio chip. During conversions on MSN and AIM the sound was understandable and clear. This really surprised me due to the fact that I am constantly on a Bluetooth headset and I thought that sound good. But the PC30 was much more crisp that my Motorola setup.
For game testing I used Battlefield 2, the only game that I play on a regular basis and a game that has the audio qualities to but the PC30 to the test. I set the audio properties in the game to high and the PC30 came out almost with flying colors. Vocals and high tones was great, no issues whatsoever. It was the low that the PC30 didn’t excel in, but was not a huge disappointment.”
Sennheiser PC160 headset is a pro-gaming open speaker system headset which provides true-to-life audio and unique 3D, 360 degrees surround sound. Sennheiser PC 160 also features large surrounding ear caps with velour ear pads for optimal comfortibility, adjustable, bendable and pivotable noise cancelling microphone, in-line volume control and microphone mute switch, extra thick single-sided cable and headband adjustable on both sides.
ProClockers also reviewed Sennheiser PC160 pro-gaming headset and concluded that “to start listening to music was pretty sweet thru the PC160 headset. Because I do listen to several different types of music, some sounded better than others. Top Forty music sounded the best of all. The meds and highs were great over all. Hip Hop music sounded ok, except when it came to really low bass tones. The PC160 didn’t give me that movement I was looking for.
But, when it came the gaming the PC160 was superb. The gun firing and bomb dropping was pretty explosive. There is not denying this headset when it comes to games.”
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