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Sennheiser Unveils The PC 323D – A 7.1 Dolby-powered PC Gaming Headset

Radford C. Aug 14, 2012 0

The PC 323D has been unveiled by longtime audio specialist Sennheiser. The German-based company has added Dolby 7.1 surround to the newly introduced headphones which will be powered by Dolby ProLogic IIx. The headphones also has what Sennheiser coins as CircleFlex, a feature that allows the headphones to automatically adjust to your head.

“We’ve made this spectacular gaming headset for gamers who seek the highest quality in surround sound combined with great wearing comfort,” commented Tori Seliokas, channel manager, Telecommunications, Sennheiser. “With the PC 323D, you don’t need a full surround system at home. This headset has you fully covered.”

Of course, like all high-end headsets, noise-canceling microphones are the norm and the 323D also allows the user to mute the microphone and adjust the volume control right on the ear cup. The PC 323D hits the market at the MSRP of $159.99.

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Old Lyme, Conn., August 13, 2012 – Audio specialist Sennheiser introduced two new gaming headsets including the PC 323D premium headset, which has advanced surround features powered by Dolby®, and the PC 310, an attractive headset designed for entry-level gamers who want to discover Sennheiser legendary gaming sound for the first time.

PC 323D puts the gamer in the center of the action
The new PC 323D premium headset, with a street price of $159.95, combines superior Sennheiser sound with 7.1 super-realistic surround powered by Dolby® Headphone and Dolby® ProLogic® IIx. It also features the CircleFlex™ design, which automatically adjusts to the head.

The PC 323D instantly surrounds you with legendary, superior Sennheiser sound, which has been combined with the latest 7.1 surround sound powered by Dolby® Headphone and Dolby® ProLogic® IIx. No internal sound card is needed since the PC 323D comes with its own 3D G4ME1 7.1 USB sound card attached — making installation hassle-free. This winning combination delivers audio so realistic that the gamer can pinpoint shouts and explosions not just from the left or right, but from seven different directions. With the PC 323D, it’s no longer just about hearing the action – it’s about being in the center of it.

Unmatched comfort
The open-acoustic design of the PC 323D keeps the head cool for hours, and the unique CircleFlex™ design ensures that the ear pads rotate and adjust automatically to the gamer’s head, making the game experience a comfortable thrill.

“We’ve made this spectacular gaming headset for gamers who seek the highest quality in surround sound combined with great wearing comfort,” commented Tori Seliokas, channel manager, Telecommunications, Sennheiser. “With the PC 323D, you don’t need a full surround system at home. This headset has you fully covered.”

It’s also easy to communicate with fellow gamers. The pro noise-canceling microphone reduces ambient noise for crystal-clear conversations, and allows the user to mute the microphone by simply raising the boom arm. Adjusting the volume control is just as easy, since it’s been placed intuitively on the right ear cup.

PC 310 enables new gamers to hear the difference of Sennheiser
Now it’s even easier for newcomers to experience the world of Sennheiser gaming sound thanks to the launch of the PC 310. Aimed at entry-level gamers, the PC 310, which has a street price of $59.95, features legendary Sennheiser sound, a noise canceling microphone and very soft, open-acoustic ear cups – all made in a timeless design.

Like the entire range of Sennheiser products, the PC 323D and the PC 310 are built to last and come with Sennheiser’s two-year worldwide warranty.

*Dolby and ProLogic are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

About Sennheiser
Sennheiser is a world-leading manufacturer of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission systems. Established in 1945 in Wedemark, Germany, Sennheiser is now a global brand represented in 60 countries around the world with U.S. headquarters in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Sennheiser’s pioneering excellence in technology has rewarded the company with numerous awards and accolades including an Emmy, a Grammy, and the Scientific and Engineering Award of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.