7:33:39 PM PDT - Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

Sennheiser debuts its first wireless gaming headset, the GSP 670  

By Editor - Thu Jun 06, 9:54 pm

During Computex last week, Sennheiser gave media a sneak peek at its first wireless gaming headset, the GSP 670 , slated to ship starting at the beginning of next month. The GSP 670 retails for €349 (about $393), significantly pricier then other popular wireless gaming headsets (as well as its wired predecessor, the Sennheiser GSP 600 , priced at $249.95). Sennheiser is hoping its features, as well as the company’s reputation for excellent sound quality and comfortable headsets, will convince gamers to take the plunge. (When I tried on a pair at Computex, it delivered on wearability, connection speeds and audio quality, but of course it is hard to tell how headsets will feel and sound after hours of gaming, versus a few minutes of testing). Despite the freedom afforded by wireless, many gamers stick with wired headsets to avoid reductions in sound quality and connection speeds or having to worry about battery levels, issues that Sennheiser addresses with the GSP 670’s features

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Sennheiser debuts its first wireless gaming headset, the GSP 670

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