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  • Sennheiser GSP 670 Wireless Gaming Headset Review
  • Sennheiser GSP 670 Wireless Gaming Headset Review



    While most of the PC press seems to focus on things like video cards, the PC audio market has been quietly going through an explosion of growth.  Led by audiophile grade manufacturers like Sennheiser and Beyerdynamic, we are finally starting to see technology found in high end studio gear come to PC gaming!

    Today we will be looking at the latest wireless gaming headset from Sennheiser: the GSP 670 Wireless Gaming Headset. With over 70 years of award winning audio engineering at its back the GSP 670 might just be the gaming headset to beat!

    The GSP 670 Gaming Headset is the latest in Sennheiser’s Gaming Series and is their First Wireless gaming headset.  Built around state of the art low latency technology and world famous German engineering, the GSP 670s look great and feel over engineered without being bulky or heavy. That is an impressive feet in a headset with a 16 to 20 hour battery life!

    Of course being a Sennheiser flagship product, you know they are packed with features!

    • Bidirectional broadcast quality microphone
    • Fast charge USB connection
    • Solid 2 axis metal hinge  system
    • Swede like ear cup material
    • Programmable Smart Button
    • Onboard chat control
    • Onboard Volume wheel
    • Connector: USB cable
    • Frequency Response (Microphone): 10 - 7,300 Hz
    • Frequency Response (Microphone): 10 - 23,000 Hz
    • Sound pressure level (SPL): 112 dB
    • Ear coupling: Over-Ear
    • Cable length: 1.5 m USB cable
    • Transducer principle: Dynamic, closed
    • Weight: 398 gr
    • Range: 10 meter wireless
    • Pick-up pattern: Bi-directional ECM
    • Microphone sensitivity: -47 dBV/PA
    • Bluetooth: 5.0 SBC
    • Supported operating systems: Windows 10
    • Battery time: 16-20 Hours
    • Warranty: 2 years international

    Founded in 1945, Sennheiser is world renowned for their consumer headphones and professional microphones.  Sennheiser is perhaps most famous for designing the world’s first open headphones in 1968. They have won Emmy’s for its advancements in RF wireless technology, the prestigious Philo T. Farnsworth Award at the 65th Primetime Emmy® Engineering Awards and an Academy Awards for its MKH 816 shotgun microphone. Sennheiser is more than just Headphones and microphones, partnering with both entertainment icons like Beyoncé and fashion brands like Swiss bag and Dior Homme.