Over the years Sennheiser have built themselves an impressive reputation for audio devices. Their range of headsets for the PC market is full of high quality products that provide a solution for all types of consumer. Not only do Sennheiser do PC headsets they also do headset for both the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. Now, with the new U320, Sennheiser have produced a stereo multi format gaming headset giving a solution to consumers that want a single headset to cover their multiple devices.
Packaging and Bundle
The U320, like most Sennheiser headsets in this new range, is packaged in a clear plastic container which provides us with a clear view of the product inside. The front of the package also has a small cardboard section, showing us a picture of the headset and making it clear that this is a multi-format device.
Turning to the back of the package we find a cardboard insert that gives us plenty of product information on the headset. This information is presented in a number of languages. We also find that Sennheiser have highlighted some of the key features of the U320.
Supplied with the U320 is a quick start guide. This guide shows us the basic configuration for connecting the U320 to a PC or either of the game consoles that it supports, the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
We also find that Sennheiser have supplied us with the required connectors to link up these consoles. We have both a 2.5mm audio jack and a 2 x RCA lead both of which have gold plated connectors.
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