Sennheiser PC135 USB - PC Headsets

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The PC 135 USB is an over the head, binaural headset. Ideal for gaming, voice recognition internet telephony and other voice over IP applications. Comes complete with a USB sound card adaptor. Plug and play and take your sound settings with you.

SENNHEISER PC 135 USB FEATURES
Noise cancelling microphone
USB sound card adaptor - take your sound settings with you
Microphone rest position
Stereo headset with single sided cable
Robust microphone for high speech intelligibility
Internet telephony compatible
Voice recognition
In-line volume control and microphone mute switch
Usable with CD/DVD/MP3 players
Skype certified

SENNHEISER PC 135 USB SPECIFATIONS
Jack plug: 3.5mm stereo
Nominal impedance: 32 Ohm
Ear coupling: binaural
Cable length: 3 m
Frequency response (headphones): 30.....18000 Hz
Sound pressure level (SPL): 112 dB(SPL)

SENNHEISER PC 135 USB PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 PC 135 USB
2 adaptor to 3.5mm stereo jack for both voice and mic PC sockets
USB sound card adaptor


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