LAS VEGAS — January 2008 — Whether you’re battling evil aliens or fighting guerilla warfare, honing in the slightest sound your opponent makes can lead to a victory or “game over.” Communicate with and conquer your enemies using the soon-to-be-released PC 350 gaming headset from Sennheiser Communications, or simply enjoy remarkably accurate sound reproduction with Sennheiser’s upcoming line of Game 4 ME headphones.
PC 350: A new dimension of gaming
The new PC 350 headset adds a never before experienced dimension of reality to gaming with the most accurate sound positioning and sound quality available on the market. Sound perception is so precise you literally feel like you’re in the game.
A circumaural, closed-type headset, the PC 350 shuts out disturbing noises from your environment. That combined with the special shaping of the frequency response improves your ability to detect where a sound comes from, thus giving you a built-in advantage over the competition.
And as practicing for your next match takes a lot of hours, the PC 350 is also designed with extra-large ear cushions for outstanding wearing comfort during long sessions.
G4ME Headphones: HD 201 Gaming, HD 515 Gaming, CX 500 Gaming
Immerse yourself in the gaming world with Sennheiser’s new line of gaming headphones, which are actually based on the highly regarded originals. The HD 201 Gaming, HD 515 Gaming and CX 500 Gaming lend a distinct and articulate sound to any game: crisp audio allows you to detect lurking enemies, while the soundtrack and effects are faithfully reproduced for your optimum enjoyment.
The HD 201 Gaming closed-cup headphone offers powerful stereo sound with rich bass response and good reduction of ambient noise. The high-quality leatherette earpads don’t fatigue ears after marathon gaming sessions, and the lightweight construction is practically featherweight while you’re in the game.
Featuring Sennheiser’s innovative “Eargonomic Acoustic Refinement” (E.A.R.) technology, the HD 515 Gaming is designed to channel audio signals directly into your ears–letting you easily track enemies. The HD 515 comes with a carrying case for convenient handling and storage.
The CX 500 Gaming ear-canal phones drown out your annoying roommate and let you concentrate on the game with amazing bass-driven sound. To really focus, adjust your
volume control right on the cord. The CX 500 is worn just inside the ear-canal and comes with three different sizes of ear adapters that effectively seal out ambient noise, allowing you to enjoy the gaming experience without interruption. A carrying pouch and cable winder is supplied with each CX 500 for convenient handling and storage.
PC and console gamers will prefer the PC 350, HD 201 and HD 515, while the CX 500 is ideal for any portable gaming consoles, MP3 players, or CD and DVD players outfitted with headphone jacks. Each model is finished in stylish chrome and will hit stores in February 2008.
Visit Sennheiser at the CES, Hall 1, Booth 21235 or at the Pepcom Digital Experience, January 6, 2008, 7-10 p.m., Caesar’s Palace, Augustus Ballroom
About Sennheiser Electronic Corporation
Established in 1945 in Wedemark, Germany, Sennheiser is the acknowledged world leader in headphone-transducer and microphone technology, RF-wireless and infrared sound transmission and, most recently, the development of active noise-cancellation. Sennheiser’s products and technologies support worldwide the aviation, telecommunications and professional recording industries, as well as the personal listening needs of consumers everywhere. Sennheiser Electronic Corporation is a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary, headquartered in Old Lyme, Connecticut.
About Sennheiser Communications
Sennheiser Communications A/S is a joint venture between the Danish company William Demant Holding A/S and the German company Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG. Based in Copenhagen, Sennheiser Communications develops quality headset solutions to call and contact centers, PC headsets for gaming and Internet Telephony and most recently advanced wireless solutions for office and mobile phone use.