Sennhesier PC 323D G4ME Headset Review
Over the past few years Sennheiser have put a lot of time and effort into building their gaming brand. With products such as the PC 360 we have seen them excel, creating one of the best headset’s around and then more recently on the PC 320 we had a model which was aimed at gamers on a budget. Generally though, regardless of the price point the G4ME range has shown a level of quality we would expect from a company of Sennheisers reputation.
Recently Sennheiser announced their latest gaming headset, the PC 323D which features virtual 7.1 sound and Dolby technology as a step up from the PC 320. Today we have one connected to our test system and have run it through a selection of tests to find out how it fares in a very competitive market segment.
Packaging and Bundle
Sennheiser packaged their PC 323D G4ME headset in a quality cardboard box with a clear image of the product on the front. A plastic casing inside the box holds the headset securely and bundled with it is a quickstart guide, USB extension cable and software CD.
Also bundled with the PC323D is Sennheisers USB soundcard. This compact device connects to any USB port on our system and then to the headset by 3.5mm connectors. It has a green LED light to show that the unit is on and the top surface slides forward and back to enable Dolby Headphone/Pro Logic IIx technology.