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Steelseries Siberia v2 vs. Sennheiser PC 320

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My girlfriend wants a gaming headset for her birthday and I'm trying to find a good headset. My choices so far are the Steelseries Siberia v2 and the Sennheiser PC 320.

Some things I collected about the two headsets:

Sennheiser PC 320 GAME
x Speakers: 15Hz/23KHz frequency response, 32 Ohms impedance, 113dB sound pressure
x Mic.: 2k Ohm impedance, 70Hz/15KHz frequency response, sensitivity of -38dBV/PA.
+ Big earcups
+ Adjust volume on earcup
+ Mic mute when you raise the mic
+ Better sound quality (?)
+ Noise cancelling microphone
- Less comfortable (?)
- Open earcups

Steelseries Siberia v2
x Speakers: 18Hz/28KHz frequency response, 32 Ohm impedance
x Mic.: 50Hz/16KHz, -38 dB sensitivity uni-directional
+ Comfortable
+ Known for being a gamersheadset (?)
- Sound quality not so good (?)
- Not very sturdy build quality

Anyone here who has experience with the PC 320 especially? Not a lot I can find about it, and certainly not on the more specialised forums. And what do you guys think about my pro's & cons?

Just a week before she's celebrating her birthday, so I need to decide quick ph34r2.gif
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I have the SteelSeries, while I can say the sound isnt the best I dont find any issue with them for PC games. They are also some of the most comfortable headphones I have ever had. For music I use my AKG headphones.

I am not familiar with the Sennheiser but they generally make some great sounding stuff.
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