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Review of Sennheiser PC135 USB – Headset That Understand Your Ears

16 April 2011 No Comment

Sennheiser PC 135 Review – Many pc users nowadays wants a headset with a mic combo so that they can easily chat with others without the need of speaking into a stand alone mic.

Sennheiser’s PC 135 USB headset has got the features that actually justify its price and on top of that, it has a USB plug for easy connectivity.  Although the PC135 can be plug into any USB port, it is actually also an analogue headset that can be transform with the help of an USB adapter module that plug into a standard 1/8 inch connector.

The PC 135 is an open-back design; this design allows in more ambient noise, but also makes it easier to get relatively long throw out for the drivers.  The foam ear pads pop over the whole driver assembly.  The microphone boom can be rotated in almost 360 degree fashion and is also flexible which enables you to curl it close to your lips or bend it out.

The Sennheiser PC 135’s headset is truly comfortable to your ears because its hard plastic is covered with a layer of foam so that the user can wear it over a period of time without feeling any pain.  The PC 135’s headband does not clamp onto the head tightly which is the common problem for most headsets.  The unit is adjustable that can fits almost all head sizes.  It is also lightweight and weighs in at about 3.2 ounces and the PC135 earpieces can be adjust so tat it sit perfectly on to your ears nicely.

Even though the Sennheiser PC 135 USB review is economical compared to most Sennheiser units, the Sennheiser PC 135 USB does a very good job in its sound quality.  The PC 135 has little or no static interference at all. Its also has a solid bass and a smooth mid range making listening to music is such a wonderful experience.The Sennheiser PC 134’s sound is exceptionally good for its size and price.  The microphone performs pretty well too. 

Like those advance headset on the market, the PC 135 USB comes with a noise cancelling technology.  From our mouth to whatever the device picks up is filtered from what the other person on the other end of the line hears.  If you are looking to record your voice into it, its noise cancelling technology will help you to filter lots of background noise so that the result is crisp, clear voice.

If you are looking for a good-sounding and comfy headset that you can plug into your regular headphone sockets and computers without soundcards, the Sennheiser PC 135 USB headset does just that and more with its very affordable pricing that is light on the pockets.

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