I dont have a sound card either but i have pc350s and im telling you they are worth every penny, sound quality is insane and the noise cancelling is pretty much as good as a headset+in ears.. + they are really sturdy, iv dropped mine like 10 times and they havent even cracked
I have ZOWIE Hammer for like 3.5 years and right now I think about replace it.
PC350 best gamer headset on market. Sound-canceling is just important for LANs and if you want to hear loud music at night :)
About the Ohm thing I don't know but I don't think so
it won't be as loud as a 50ohm headphone for example but you can still use it w/o problems , ofc the headphones will give their max potential with a good soundcard/amp
PC350 will alwayws be the best headset out there, even though some people aruge, that there's not enough bass in it. I disagree.
Been using it for 6 years now and I really recommend it :)
had it for 3 years, nothing broke, and the soundquality is the best i have ever had in a headset
I broke mine in a tilt while playing poker. Before that it worked very well though, great headset, loved it.
All the 150ohms is man is the impedence now 150 ohms for a gaming headset is a frickin shitload you may need extra amplification. Take a look at the 350SEs they are only 50 ohms and you should be fine without extra amplification
Get a Creative Aurvana Live or an AudioTechnica M50. Both are fantastic products for the pricetag. PC350 is overpriced. Not bad, its actually decent but compared to CAL or M50 its not that shiny.
I have a PC350 Xense Edition it's a PC350se with an asus 6,3mm soundcard. Nevertheless I bought a Behringer microamp HA400 for extra loud music and a nice volume regulator. Everything is amazing! If it break one day I would buy it again
got the pc360 and they ROCK... 350 are also great cause they're very similar, enjoy
Have had mine for 5 years now. Works perfect.
It Even out lived my ss 7g keyboard which broke after 3-4 years
If you want a headset thats worth it in the long run pc350 is the best there is
I thought they were the one.
I use them, but lately the scroll that controls volume on headset, if I turn it to max only one headphone works. So I turn it down a bit but sometimes it just fucks and only one headphone works anyway and I have to lower it again. Soon my sound will be gone. :D
I have them for 3 years tho
I've had pc350's for just over a year now, never had another hs last that long, the sound is awesome and i use a creative sound blaster external soundcard. quality wise the build is so strong, drop them daily and never have issues.
the 350 is awesome and true quality, sound and especially durability > all other headsets.
the 360 is a little more comfortable though, the 350 might feel "heavy" when you wear it for a lot of hours straight but that's the price you pay for having a noise cancelling headset.
other than that, it's worth every penny.
My friends got it for me for my birthday in December, the sound quality is awesome. I can hear footsteps in places that couldn't with my Steelseries 5H and Siberia V2. For music its Sennheiser one of the top sound brands in the world so it is good.
I am not using any external soundcard for it just plugged it to my motherboard, Asus M5A97 and using it with no software configuration. Noise cancelling wise it is good you can see it on many pro players during lan events(like markeloff).
My only concern is the material used for the earcups. It is a leather of somesort and can get hot real fast. You might wanna take off your headset at sometimes to cool down your ears, you should do this anyway with any headset since it is not healthy to use closed headphones for too long.
Thanks, guys. Really appreciate your opinions.
I love my PC360, by far the best headset I've ever used... I think you should try PC350.
Hi guys, I'm intending to purchase a G4ME ZERO Sennheiser headset but there is a lot of people saying that the volume is too low / soft without an external sound card. Just want to know if that is true that i must purchase a sound card with the headset?
Soundcards are stupid. Most onboard solutions can drive 150ohm devices perfectly fine.
It isn't 2005, anymore. The stigma that onboard audio has is completely unreasonable to apply to modern motherboards and laptops.
Also, get a set of 429's and an Antlion Modmic. Same drivers as the 350's with a much better mic for $100 less.