The GSP 670 Wireless Gaming Headset, a First for Sennheiser
A mere days before the highly anticipated E3 event, Sennheiser has pulled back the curtain on its first ever wireless gaming headset, the GSP 670. The headset promises a professional, wireless gaming audio experience, and has the pricing to match. The GSP 670, which is available for pre-order now, retails for about $393 (listed at €349), which is pretty steep in comparison to others in the category.
The “superior Sennheiser sound performance” offers a warm deep bass without compromising the mid-range and high frequencies. Gamers will be able to hear even the smallest details to react faster than ever. The settings can be adjusted for individual preference within the Sennheiser Gaming Suite for Windows. From there, users will be able to switch between audio presets, customize sound levels, and access surround sound modes and an equalizer.
The GSP 670 provides wireless freedom and up to 20 hours of battery life on Bluetooth and 16 with the GSA 70 USB dongle.For those pressed on time, the USB quick charge can power up the headset to provide 2 hours of use in just 7 minutes. But you can also game while charging so you won’t even have to wait that long.
The GSA 70 USB dongle was developed with Sennheiser’s proprietary technology to ensure low-latency connection and “near zero delay.” The GSA 70 is compatible with PCs and PlayStation 4, and can also be paired with devices like smartphones and tablets via Bluetooth. Two volume wheels located on the side allow you to toggle between chat audio and game audio separately. When you need to mute the GSP 670, simply lift up the boom arm to go off air.
The GSP 670 Wireless Gaming Headset is available on Sennheiser’s website, and is slated to begin shipping on July 1.