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Sennheiser SK Gaming Headphones

01 Oct 2005

European company Sennheiser Communications have been a respected supplier of audio equipment since they started over five decades ago. Developed with SK Gaming, they have recently released the PC160, a headset that provides true-to-life sound for superior gaming performance. As far as presentation and sound quality go, it is the ultimate headset for professional gamers who only want the best for a serious on-line match, competition or LAN party. The headset is intended to keep the gamer right in the middle of the action - one step ahead of competition. The PC160 is positioned as Sennheiser’s high-end, top-of-the-line multimedia headset. Basically, it has a high price tag but it is worth every cent.

The PC160 is based on the popular model before it, but with improved sound acoustics. The ear caps now have integrated open air holes on the surface, and are 1cm wider than before - which results in better ventilation and sound balance. The PC160 comes with a leatherette headband pad, extra thick and durable cable, and a noise cancelling microphone.

SK-Gaming is one of the most popular and successful gaming team in the world. The “SK edition” features the SK-Gaming logo on the headband and a stylish Blue finish. Included with the headset is a free 3 months “SK Insider” subscription to the popular gaming website with over half a million members. 

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