DROP Sennheiser PC38X Gaming Headset — Noise-Cancelling Microphone with Over-Ear Open-Back Design, Velour Earpads, Compatible with PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox, Mac, Mobile, and More
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Pretty much it's the same comfort as the PC37x but with a slightly better top padding as its split mesh (split top pads leave a space at the very top so you don't get a hot spot there). But this padding is less dense so no break-in time is needed but it will wear down faster (because the clamp is high it's not much of an issue). The sound of the 363D for me is on point, special with the 7.1, since i mainly play FPS's like Escape From Tarkov where sound is one of the most important things i wanna know in you'r opinion if it's worth the change for the 38x.
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It’s the established tradition of delivering audio excellence combined with an enduring passion for quality design and rigorous manufacturing protocols. At 285g, the PC38X is light for a full sized headset, though not the lightest pair I've used. It falls somewhere in the lighter side of the average, which allows for all day listening without any real strain. Personally, the PC38X is one of the more comfortable headphone/headsets I've used in terms of weight. Cables - A 3 meter cable that splits into audio and mic 3.5mm plugs. Also a 1.2mm cable with a TRRS plug for inputs that accept both mic and audio channels in one plug (like a mobile device).
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The build is your standard HD500 series headphone. All plastic, the plastic does feel slightly cheap but as time as shown with the HD500 series and the PC37x/Game One. They hold up fairly well. The only place I’d worry about is the Yolk which is a tad thin and may not survive being poorly taken care of. The EPOS GTW 70 Hybrid wireless gaming earbuds focus on offering a high-end audio experience for Switch and mobile gaming. The next evolution in gaming headsets: An upgraded version of the crowd-favorite PC37X, our latest collaboration with Sennheiser is more comfortable, more detailed, and more stunning than the original. Featuring new drivers—the PC38X delivers higher fidelity and better frequency response
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As a gaming headset, this should be the selling point. The staging is not overly wide and isn't narrow. It’s slightly below average in terms of width. Better than an HD6xx but not as wide as the new HD560s or the HD599. No weird 3 blob staging either. But staging isn't the most full.The PC38X has a wonderfully fabric padded underside which rests comfortably on the head. I initially felt some discomfort, but after a period of adjustment, I didn't feel any hot or sore spots coming from the headband. You may need some breaks here and there, but you should be able to wear it all day without much fuss. These earbuds boast the sort of audio quality you’d expect from the team at EPOS, whose hardware is on our top gaming headsets list, with deep bass, rich mid-tones, and fantastic directional audio making them as impressive playing games on your Switch or PS5 as they are listening to your favourite tunes through your phone. Plus, a charging case comes with the GTW 70 Hybrid that can give the earbuds up to a total of 20 hours of battery life. In terms of using this for music, it does very well, but at its price, you can do better. But in terms of a gaming headset, it's still the best on the market. Which many of you will say “isn't that obvious it's a gaming headset” and well in general just because something is marketed for gaming does not mean it's even good at gaming or really at anything. The PC38x offers average sound quality, great gaming performance, and a steller tuning.