Posted on September 26, 2012 AT 07:07pm
Style meets comfort where sound comes crashing into your ears like a car hitting a brick wall. Sennheiser will be releasing its first multi platform headset, the U 320. Whether it is PS3®, Mac, PC or Xbox 360® it touts to be the conqueror of all platforms. Sennheiser will be bringing with it 65 years of sound quality injecting into your ears a new way to enjoy your games. Turn up the sound as the U 320 is superbly amplified and the bass boost is easily adjusted to suit your preference of clear explosions, crashes or background music.
“The U 320 ensures the best conditions for enjoying your favorite game. We’ve worked hard to develop a consistent sound, regardless of the platform, and believe that our efforts will help players everywhere enjoy a superior sound experience,” says Product Manager Christian Ern of Sennheiser Communications.
Headset companies often go for the sound quality but loose focus on the over all design of the headset. Unfortunately for the wearer of the headset design flaws far out weigh sound quality. Sennheiser took into account that not all heads and not all ears are shaped similar. Unique in design they offer (CircleFlex™ design ensures that the ear pads adjust automatically, making the game experience a comfortable thrill.) Sennheiser also took into account hours of gaming duels the headset may crash with. Ears sweat so an open ear design was a must gamers want to feel immersed but not encompassed by foam.
Immersion into a game sometimes takes you out of the real world but ambient sounds still surround you. Addition of a microphone that can still make your voice sound crystal clear is essential. Functions like mute also can become a needed feature especially in today’s world of gaming. Whether it be kids, a parent, a wife or an annoying pet outside noises sometimes need to be left out of the chat. Mute function on the headset is an easy flip up of the boom completely cutting off all voice function.
The U 320 multi platform gaming headset ships with a two-year warranty and will be available later this fall at a price of $169.95.
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