Sennhesiser PC363D Gaming Headset

Sennhesiser PC363D Ear Cup 7.1 Gaming Headset

Sennheiser
Scan code: LN50359 Manufacturer code: PC363D Request call
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Product Overview Comfort or luxury?
The PC 363D Surround Sound gaming headset blurs the line between extreme comfort and out-and-out luxury. It provides a deep directional audio experience and using Dolby® Headphone technology, it delivers 7.1 virtual surround sound for the non-compromising PC gamer who seeks nothing but the best audio experience and comfort. The PC 363D Surround Sound gaming headset features large and comfortable XXL velvet ear pads, which cushions your ears while gaming. And to keep you cool, lazer-cut open design aluminium ear-cups allows air to circulate, keep your head cool and prevent sweat to build up.

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If you use your headset for online gaming, you will be in safe hands. Just like the PC 360 model, the PC 363D Surround Sound gaming headset comes equipped with our best gaming microphone to date. Featuring top-quality noise cancelation, it’s also fully flexible so you decide where it should sit and how close to your mouth you want it to be. You even get a convenient microphone mute function, too. Simply lift the boom arm and you’re off the air.

Strong like Samson
This Headset doesn’t just look great, it’s built to last, too. Only top quality materials are used and the attention to detail is superb, right down to the speakers made at our facilities in Europe, and the braided fabric cable for long-lasting durability.
Features Specific sound trim
Engineered with optimized acoustic spatial resolution, the design of the speakers and ear pads provides a full and vibrant soundscape.

7.1 Virtual Surround Sound
Dolby Pro Logic IIx sound drivers keeps you in the middle of the game, not behind it.

Stay cool
Open-design ear cups make sure your headset stays ultra comfortable and keeps you cool for hours of gaming and entertainment

Best for entertainment
The PC 363D Surround Sound brings together Sennheiser’s best headset technologies. The PC 363D is made to be the best headset for gaming and entertainment on your home PC.
Specifications
Specifications
Bluetooth No
Connectivity 2 x 3.5mm Pin
Battery  
Play Time  
Driver Size  
Driver Type  
Frequency Response (Headset) 15Hz - 28 kHz
Sensitivity (Headset)  
Impedance (Headset) 50 Ohm
Microphone Pickup Pattern  
Frequency Response (Mic) 50Hz - 16kHz
Sensitivity (Mic) -38 dBV/Pa
Impedance (Mic) 2k Ohm
Signal-to-Noise Ratio  
Cable Length  
Weight  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN
Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by THE Reference Standard Headset! Go back 18 months and the only way you could get a ‘standard quality’ audiophile headset was to buy a pair of £150-200 Reference headphones and fit a separate £60-80 microphone. Thankfully, both Sennheiser and Audi-Technica now produce excellent models which cover music listening and gaming headset requirements for around £200. I listen to a wide range of Classical (mainly Violin, Cello, Harp and Sitar), Mid rock (Queen, U2), 80s/90s electro-pop and dance music (Armin & Tiesto) and find most headsets either too Bass heavy or light. I prefer the thermal comfort of ‘open back’ headphones which allow the ears to ‘breathe’ rather than sweat. I also prefer the improved fit comfort that ‘over ear’ (circumaural) cups provide for long (>2 hours) listening/gaming sessions. Unfortunately, most manufacturers still use round rather than oval cups and very few fit ears longer than 65mm (measuring from the top of the ear to the bottom of the ear lobe). Thankfully, these XXL ear cups are the largest oval cups I have seen, other than the £1100 Sennheiser Orpheus HD800, and will just fit around 78mm ears. The PC363D follows Sennheiser’s standard neutral sound design, i.e. the Bass and Treble are not embellished or boosted when plugged directly into a Sound card or Headphone DAC/Amplifier via the 3.5mm jack. However, if you use the supplied USB 7.1 Surround Sound ‘Card’ the neutral sound is replaced with a heavier Bass and brighter treble bias which many gamers will prefer and sounds similar to the excellent, but Bass heavy ATH-ADG1s. Hence, if you want reference audio you will need a good Sound Card or external USB DAC/Amplifier. To date I have tried this headset with my two main PCs: one fitted with an Asus Essence STXII 7.1 and other with a Creative SoundBlaster ZXR. Although I was pleased with the overall sound, the Bass sounded slightly lighter than neutral and I noticed a bit of low frequency distortion on both when pushed (try Depeche Mode’s ‘Fragile Tension’). Contrary to the opinions of some less than expert reviewers, this is not a physical driver issue as this headset can easily be pushed to unbearable volume levels long before any distortion is present. I have also tried the built-in sound on my Asus Rampage IV Extreme Black Motherboard and it sounded absolutely terrible! I have tried and tested many headphones and headsets over the years and this unit is on par with the best at the £200 mark. If you want better audio quality you will need to revert back to separates (headphone + mic) and pay upwards of £400 to hear any significant improvement. You should also bear in mind that if you want the best possible neutral sound (with realistic Bass) from this headset, a separate USB DAC/Amplifier is the only current way forward. At night, when I do not want to disturb the household, I switch from the supplied ‘gaming’ USB soundcard to a Cambridge Audio DACMagic Plus when listing to music and this provides a noticeable LF improvement and increase in detail beyond my discrete PCIE Sound cards (try Vanessa-Mae’s ‘White Bird’). 25 January 2016
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Sennhesiser PC363D Gaming Headset
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