Unboxing and Specifications
- COLOR: black
- WEARING STYLE: Headband
- IMPEDANCE: Headphone: 32 Ω
- IMPEDANCE: Microphone: 2 kΩ
- CONNECTOR: 2 x 3.5 mm for desktop/laptop PC
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE (MICROPHONE): 50 – 16000 Hz
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE (HEADPHONES): 15 – 28000 Hz
- SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (SPL): Headphone 112 dB
- EAR COUPLING: Around-the-ear, open acoustic design
- CABLE LENGTH: 2 + 1,2 m
- PICK-UP PATTERN: Noise canceling
- MICROPHONE SENSITIVITY: -38 dBV/Pa
For more information about the Sennheiser PC 363D, visit their website on this link. http://en-de.sennheiser.com/gaming-headset-pc-363d
Content and Packaging
The PC 363D comes in a black packaging. In front you can see a photo of the headset and the 2-year warranty that comes with it. At the back you can read the features of the headset.
Inside the headset and accessories are neatly packed in a plastic shell.
A quick start guide and CD driver installer are also included.
Here’s the 3D G4ME 1 adapter and a USB cable extender.
Then here’s the Sennheiser PC 363D Gaming Headset.
The plastic headband has a neat Sennheiser branding on it.
Beneath the headband is a cushion. I have to say the padding is very soft and comfortable.
Here’s a look at the left can with the microphone. The microphone slides up and down. The microphone is automatically turned on when you slide it down and goes off when you slide it up.
On the right can is a built-in volume control knob which I personally like. If your keyboard doesn’t have dedicated media keys, this knob will surely be very useful.
The velour pads are very soft, comfortable and breathable. Even when it is new, it doesn’t feel hot around the ears.
The PC 363D comes with two 3.5mm audio jacks, one for the headphones and the other for the microphone which you can plug directly to any typical audio port if you don’t like to use the 3D G4ME 1 adapter.
Let’s move on to the next page for the testing and user experience.