For those who want conquest in every gaming platform, Sennheiser unveils its new universal gaming headset called U 320. It allows players to enjoy high-end gaming sound and get rids of the need to buy a headset for each gaming device.
“The U 320 ensures the best conditions for enjoying your favourite game. We’ve worked hard to develop a consistent sound, regardless of the platform, and believe that our efforts will contribute to players everywhere enjoying a better sound experience,” says Christian Ern Product manager for Sennheiser Communications.
According to the company’s research, the average age of gamers today is 25 and ‘mature gamers’ play on console more than they play on PC. This is why Sennheiser created the U 320 to offer this demographic a consistent high-quality sound experience on every platform. Be it Xbox, Mac , PC or PlayStation 3, the Sennheiser allows them to enjoy their time alone without disturbing others.
For the company to manufacture it as high-end gaming headphones, it is designed to emphasise on different types of distinctive gaming sounds. According to the company, “the sound spectrum of the U 320 is superbly amplified, resulting in the legendary Sennheiser sound, and the bass boost is easily adjusted to fit gamers’ need for clear explosions, crashes or background music.
Then, there is also an open-acoustic design to keep headphones cool. Additionally, it uses CircleFlex design to ensure the ear pads adjust automatically to make the game experience a comfortable one. This is to avoid discomfort after long hours of gaming.
For those who play games that use communication, the headset also comes with a noise-canceling microphone. This enables reduced ambient noise for clear conversation with other players. With a dual volume control on the cable, it gives players the power to adjust what they want to hear. A special feature is the ability to mute the microphone by simply raising the boom arm.
The Sennheiser U 320 retails at RM669 and is now available at the Sennheiser Concept Store at CapSquare Kuala Lumpur.