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Drop + Sennheiser PC38X Gaming Headset EXPIRED
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- 2 removable cables (PC and console)
- 2 pairs of earpads (mesh knit and velour)
- Drawstring travel pouch
- Headphone Specs
- Form factor: Over ear
- Transducer principle: Dynamic, open
- Frequency response: 10Hz - 30000Hz
- Impedance: 28 Ω
- Sound pressure level: 109 dB
- 2.5 m PC cable, 2 x 3.5 mm splitTRS connector
- 1.5 m console cable, 1 x 3.5 mm TRRS connector
- Weight: 8.9 oz (253 g)
- Weight (with cable): 10.2 oz (290.5 g)
- Microphone Specs
- Microphone frequency response: 50–16,000 Hz
- Pick-up pattern: Noise-cancelling
- Sensitivity: -38 dBV/PA
- Microphone technology: Electret condenser
- Microphone pickup pattern: Bi-directional
Editor's Notes & Price Research
- About this deal:
- This price is $52.90 lower (31% savings) than the list price of $169
- This price is $22.90 lower than previous Frontpage deal
- About this product:
- Rating of 4.4/5 stars from over 200 Amazon customer reviews.
- 2-Year manufacturer's warranty
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2 removable cables (PC and console)
2 pairs of earpads (mesh knit and velour)
Drawstring travel pouch
Form factor: Over ear
Transducer principle: Dynamic, open
Frequency response: 10Hz - 30000Hz
Impedance: 28 Ω
Sound pressure level: 109 dB
2.5 m PC cable, 2 x 3.5 mm splitTRS connector
1.5 m console cable, 1 x 3.5 mm TRRS connector
Weight: 8.9 oz (253 g)
Weight (with cable): 10.2 oz (290.5 g)
Microphone frequency response: 50–16,000 Hz
Pick-up pattern: Noise-cancelling
Sensitivity: -38 dBV/PA
Microphone technology: Electret condenser
Microphone pickup pattern: Bi-directional
That said, for the same amount of money you can usually get better sounding headphones, it just won't be all-in-one. I have a Sony MDR7506, and it sounds better than headsets I've heard that cost twice as much.
Question of my own for owners: anyone who own these who can comment on how much weight they put on top of the head? Every headset I try ends up giving me headaches... Either they're heavy and pull down on top of my head, or they're pressing into the sides enough to cause pressure headaches. Pretty frustrating.