Sennheiser announces first universal gaming headphones

Sennheiser has announced the company’s first universal multi-platform gaming headset – the U320 – that allows gamers to use it on any kind of console or PC.

Still, the company says the U320 was designed for the “mature” gamer that plays games more often on consoles rather than on PCs. “The open-acoustic design helps you keep a cool head, and the soft-padded unique CircleFlex design ensures that the ear pads adjust automatically, making the game experience a comfortable thrill,” said Product Manager Christian Ern of Sennheiser Communications bigging up the new headphones.

The Sennheiser U320 also offers a pro noise-cancelling microphone that will allow gamers to communicate with partners while playing multiplayer games. The company says the headphones reduce ambient noise to allow crystal-clear conversations and players also have the option to mute the microphone by simply raising the boom arm.

Finally there’s dual volume control on the headphones and a side tone switch that monitors the voice while playing. The universal U320 headset is now available at select stores. In the UK it costs 109.99 GBP.

Source: Pocket-Lint.com

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