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Drop + Sennheiser PC38X Gaming Headset
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$169

Drop + Sennheiser PC38X Gaming Headset

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$129
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An upgraded version of the crowd-favorite PC37X, our latest collaboration with EPOS | Sennheiser (previously Sennheiser’s gaming division) is more comfortable, more detailed, and more stunning than the original. Featuring new drivers—the same found in the company’s venerable GSP 500 and 600 headsets—the PC38X delivers higher fidelity and better frequency response Read More
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ThatPotatoBlob
13
Feb 17, 2021
How’s the headset holding up durability wise till this point?
SkykingUSA
89
Feb 25, 2021
I've been using mine since early November 2020 and so far they are holding up fine. However, I do not abuse them and have never dropped them. I typically use them every night after work for about 2-4 hours while playing games and hang them on a headphone hanger when not in use. I have removed and swapped out the earpads numerous times while I was trying out different 3rd party earpads and there have been no problems with the stock earpads or the cups that the earpads attach to. Overall, I'd say that the headset does NOT have a premium feel to it because it feels like it's all plastic, but it also has no issues, cracks or broken parts either. What it does have is great positional sound and soundstage for the games I play so I can recommend it based on that. Just be careful with them and don't abuse them - like any plasticky product they may have issues if pushed too far. :-) Good luck. QUICK UPDATE 5/25/21: It's been over 6 months since I started using them and everything is still all good. Works well, no issues. ANOTHER UPDATE 9/25/21: Still going strong after almost a year. Still sound great, and no issues.
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Nikolo_0
0
Feb 3, 2021
Windows doesn't recognise the headset, what can I do?
jammin72
32
Feb 25, 2021
Considering the PC38X are analog headphones there's nothing really to recognize. You need to troubleshoot the port settings or whatever sound card you're using.
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For this headset is an amp necessary? If it is, what are some good quality amps I can use with this headset?
xraulb
11
Jan 24, 2021
for pc just use a apple dongle type C (and a usb adapter if needed).it will run you 10 to 15$. it powers it completely great, clean, and the mic quality is funny enough better than some more costly options. for Game console like xbox and ps5.. no need. you can set the mic volume to 90% before hearing any background noise at 50% headphone volume when reviewing your voice. (50% is very very loud.)
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uriel255
0
Jan 31, 2021
My motherboard is an MSI X570 Tomahawk WIFI with Realtek ALC1200, is it going to be enough? Does anyone use them with DAC/AMP? Is it really worth investing in Schiit Fulla 3 100$? I also have a cheap Apple Type C to 3.5mm DAC, is it going to sound better than my motherboard soundcard?
SkykingUSA
89
Feb 25, 2021
Your motherboard audio will probably be good enough. I tried a number of different sources for these (including motherboard front and back audio ports) and mentioned them in my review here: https://drop.com/buy/drop-sennheiser-pc38x-gaming-headset/reviews/2732068?utm_source=linkshare&referer=MRF7UU I hope this helps.
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food0725
0
Jan 29, 2021
Are pc37x and clamping force the same? 37x hurt my head so much. Is the 38x a bit comfortable?
tigmw
10
Feb 25, 2021
Every sennheiser that I've owned had strong clamping force to start with, but they loosen up. Once they're broken in (a week of use or so), they are by far the most comfortable headphones.
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