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Sennheiser's PC 320 may not be the most stylish headset available compared to others available on the market, however it does have a really nice solid feel to it.
The past headsets I've used for the PC connect via a wired USB cable or a wireless USB dongle, this one however splits off into two; a 3.5mm headphone jack(port normally coloured green) and a 3.5mm microphone jack(port normally coloured pink), both these ports are standard for desktops and laptops, however do double check you have them just in case.
The audio output from the headphones I found to be of really good quality and it's really easy to adjust the volume by sliding the circle around on the right-hand side. Though I was very impressed with the sound it can't output much bass, so for those who like that extra kick in bass, you are looking at the wrong product.
When I first used the microphone, I initially had a problem with the microphone volume, even when putting the microphone volume to it's maximum it was far too quiet, but after fiddling with the microphone cable the volume went to as it should and since then I've had no problems at all, so it's highly possible it may have been my computer having a funny 5 minutes.
The clarity of the microphone really blew me away, the voice output was crystal clear and to date has got to be the best headset microphone I've owned.
Comfortability wasn't too bad, it fits well on my head and is easily adjustable, I can wear these for about 3 hours before feeling any kind of discomfort which for me is really good, I do have sensitive ears so small amounts of pressure effects me more than most other people so others may have a different experience to what I've had.
Overall it's a really good headset with a fantastic microphone attached, it may lack a bit in bass but don't let this put you off.