Summary: I bought these to replace my 8 year old Sennheiser headset which has rich sound and lovely bass (especially before it became the in thing for headsets). I was VERY disappointed in them, the bass was okay but the sound was very flat in comparison.
Summary: Let me establish two things about these headphones from the outset. First, they are pretty good headphones - nothing major is wrong with them. Secondly, I can't give a really honest review because Amazon says they are "current unavailable," and knowing the price helps me to determine how they rate;...
Summary: Firstly, I decided to put on my Frankenstein's monster mask to eliminate any self image confusion bought on by the grotesque and strangely square shaped headband. Whoever designed or hired a monster to design the headband on this gaming headset needs to be fired, it's a good job that I only use...
Summary: It is the first headset I've purchased, so I don't really have anything to compare it to. I would say it has pretty good sound quality, but I haven't yet made any calls with it so I don't have anybody's opinion on my sound.
Summary: This is a good budget but quality gaming headset. I personally use this for Skyping and the mic is great quality and the sound is excellent as you would expect from Sennheiser - I have always used them in the past.
Summary: Although the Sennheiser PC310 is described as a gaming headset it is also suitable for a number of other PC or consul uses; Skype and speech-recognition applications being two of the most popular with me. The headset comes with a VERY long cable - 3 metres!
Basic entry gaming headset - there are cheaper options
23 October 2012
Summary: I have had quite a few gaming headsets in my time including Turtle Beach (X11 which are wired headsets for PC/Xbox and X3 and XP400 which are wireless headsets), Plantronics ( Plantronics X40 GameCom XBox 360 Corded Stereo Headset - White ) being an avid PC and XBox gamer.