Asus Xense Review
The Xense supports a raft of headphones, but it specifically designed to work with the 150 ohm Sennheiser PC350. A hugely popular headset from one of the biggest names in the industry. The earcups are branded with the Asus Xense logo, leaving no doubt about the pairing of the two.
The headband is well padded and has a very crisp Sennheiser logo printed across the top.
If there is one thing that the Sennheiser PC350 cannot be accused of, it's flimsy build quality. The microphone is so sturdy it's unlikely to ever cause problems under even the harshest of LAN gaming conditions.
Comfort is exceptional thanks to the very soft and well sized ear cups and the overall lightness of the headset. The ears also move in a wide range of directions helping to make sure that even if you've got a very strangely shaped head they will still fit snugly and comfortably.
The actual microphone end of the arm is both large and wide so your team-mates shouldn't miss a single command.
To assist in portability the PC350s collapse down to a very portable size indeed. The only real disappointment is that the microphone isn't removable and so extra care needs to be taken when transporting them.
In keeping with the quality theme, the headphone jacks are also gold plated. Well positioned within the 3m long cable is the microphone and volume remote.
These absolutely exude quality throughout, so time to put it through its paces and come to a conclusion.