Summary: For some time, I'd been looking for a decent all-rounder headset that I could use for both gaming and for work, as my job requires VoIP calls. Previously, I'd been using a Turtle Beach (D)PX21 headset for this, but didn't want to purchase another after its earcup snapped off due to the mediocre performance while playing music. I'd tried and returned the Razer Tiamat 7.1, and most recently been back and forth between the PC 350 and PC 360.
Pros: Good bass, detailed mids, comfortable earcups, analogue earcup volume control, automatic microphone mute when raised, very lightweight
Cons: Flimsy construction, clamping force too high, mic not removable
Summary: I like these a lot. Comfortable to use for hours at a time. Over-ear but it doesn't melt your ears in the way some do. I use it mainly for gaming though music comes through pretty well. It loses a star because I think it needs its own software and graphics equalizer. Windows is a bit lacking with its own.
Summary: I paid £130 for this headset a few years ago. Wear & tear; I can say that in the time I've had them there is very little wear on them, the only wear I shall mention in this paragraph. The headset is still unnoticeabley comfortable for day-long gaming sessions. The only problem I've had is the microphone doesn't like to stay in the same position if I move my head suddenly.
Excellent Mic and Sound Quality, Let down by the Volume Control
Daniel Doyle, Amazon
30 August 2012
Summary: The Sennheiser PC360 G4ME headset are excellent in terms of sound quality. The microphone as well, with its noise cancelling technology delivers crisp and clear audio over voice communications such as Teamspeak, Ventrilo or Mumble. The headset itself is also very comfortable, adjustable, and the material on the headband and ear-cups is quite soft and tends to resist dirt/dandruff/hair etc. Music listening is great with this headset.
Excellent sound quality all round; lacking slightly in comfort
13 December 2011
Summary: After the burn-in period I believe is necessary for headphones of any kind to sound their best (although some refute that as a myth) the headphone part of this headset sound awesome. Highs are bright and loud, but not too sharp that they cause discomfort, even at very high volume levels.
Summary: I haven't fully tested this headset yet, but thought I would rate it anyway. I am using it for WOW on my Sony Vaio laptop and for playing games on my PS3, currently Red Dead Redemption. I haven't used the mic yet, so can't comment on that. The headset itself is excellent quality, comfortable with a simple design, volume control on the right earpiece, twin 3.5mm jacks for sound and mic, no extra junk to get in the way.
Conclusion: En av de beste gaming headesete, bare logisk at du må kjøpet en dedikert Lydkort (for det Sound Blaster Z er v. bra og nok) Altså ganske bra for musikk. Veldig gode kvalitet av komponenter i headesete, begge lyden og mic er utmerket. Vis du vil mute mic, da er det bare å snu den opp, så blir den dempet. Det finner seg også lyd kontrollen på høyre høyttaleren.
Summary: Kyseessä on todellakin laadukas headsetti. Kuulokkeet toistavat äänet selkeästi, kirkkaasti ja aidon kuuloisesti. Etenkin pelatessa todella toimiva kombinaatio. Kuulokkeet ovat päässä erittäin mukavat pehmusteiden ansiosta. Kupit hengittävät sopivasti, joten korvatkaan eivät hikoile. Mikrofoni on välillä hieman liiankin herkkä ja kerää kaikkia pikkuääniä niin ympäristöstä kuin koneen syövereistäkin.
Summary: Test gegen das Medusa NX 5.1 von Speedlink (Material Test) Onboard Soundkarte ASROCK-Mainboard mit Realtek HD Audio Sennheiser + Das Sennheiser PC360 trägt sich sehr angenhem, die großen Ohrmuschel sind aus weichem aber nicht zu nachgiebigen Material. + Das Kabel ist außen gummiert, verformt sich nur leicht und stört nicht auf dem Schoß oder in der Bewegung, außerdem lässt es sich ohne "Gewalt"-Einwirkung verformen.