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How would you feel about an open relationship? Put your keys back in your pocket; Sennheiser's latest highend headset, the PC360, isn't a letter of introduction for the local swingers club. Instead it's an invitation to enjoy an open audio experience, in a world where everything is usually so closed.
Whenever we plug in a new headset to review here on TechRadar, we inevitably end up using Sennheiser's PC 350 or PC 161 as one of the key comparisons for what a high-end set of headphones designed for gaming should sound like. This much-loved pair are getting on a bit now, though, and a complete range refresh from Sennheiser just arrived in the office. Will our well-used reference kit finally get put to one side?
Designed for internet telephony services such as Skype, the Sennheiser PC121 (£21 inc. VAT) is an affordable and portable audio headset. It's very easy to set up and provides a comfortable over-the-ear design.