Sennheiser GSP 670
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Sennheiser GSP 670 Wireless Gaming Headset Available Now

The Sennheiser GSP 670 is one of the latest gaming headsets released by the audio giant, and their first-ever wireless one. This gaming headset uses wireless technology based on a low latency connection developed in-house by Sennheiser themselves.

Sennheiser GSP 670

Compatible with both PC and PlayStation 4, the GSP 670 connects to your PC or console using a USB dongle that offers a near-zero delay transmission. The headset also features Bluetooth connectivity to allow you to use it with your mobile, tablet, or other Bluetooth audio devices.

Featuring Sennheiser’s world-renowned comfort and premium audio performance, the GSP 670 has been designed to ensure you’re always on your A-game whilst you’re gaming. Since its wireless, you can enjoy the freedom of no wires keeping you close to your PC or PS4.

For more information, check out the large extract of information below taken from the official GSP 670 press release.

Sennheiser Gaming Suite enables personalized sound on PC
Users will enjoy Sennheiser’s renowned sound quality: the closed acoustic design provides a warm, deep bass without compromising the mid-range and high frequencies, so you can enjoy high-fidelity audio to the fullest. For an even more personal sound, Sennheiser offers its Gaming Suite for Windows®. This tool gives you access to various surround sound modes, an equalizer, microphone options, and ready-to-use presets for typical genres and occasions, allowing you to adjust the audio to your own preferences.

Independent control over game and chat audio
The GSP 670 features a broadcast-quality noise-canceling microphone, which actively minimizes background noise and can be muted by simply lifting the boom arm. The gaming headset also provides the ability to independently control the chat audio and game audio to ensure the communication never goes down. Simply use the two integrated volume wheels to balance the levels between gameplay and voice communication.

Long battery life and quick charging via USB
The battery life of up to 20 hours via Bluetooth® and up to 16 hours over the low-latency connection allow for long gaming sessions. Intelligent battery management detects when the headset is used and automatically powers the headset on and off to maximize battery life. The GSP 670 supports quick charging over USB: after a 7-minute charge, the headset can be used for 2 hours. The headset can also be used while charging. It even works solely via USB cable without the USB dongle connected to the system.

For total comfort during long gaming sessions, the ear pads feature a cooling suede-like material that prevents the ear pad from sticking to your skin, combined with leatherette around the edges to passively reduce ambient noise. The headband features adjustable contact pressure; in combination with a clever metal hinge system, the GSP 670 adapts perfectly to any head size and face shape.

“The Sennheiser GSP 670 is the result of years of development and is not only our first wireless headset but also the best wireless headset for gamers to date. It combines all the strengths for which Sennheiser is well-known all over the world: maximum wearing comfort, audio performance of the highest level, and clever features that you couldn’t do without,” says Andreas Jessen, Director of Product Management Gaming at Sennheiser Communications A/S.

This makes the GSP 670 the ideal solution for gamers who don’t want to compromise, but still, want to enjoy all the flexibility of wireless gaming headsets.

Price and availability
The Sennheiser GSP 670 is now available to order in Sennheiser’s webshop at a recommended retail price of €349. If you purchase the gaming headset from the Sennheiser webshop, you will also receive the GSA 50 headset hanger (MSRP: €34,90) free of charge.

Sennheiser GSP 670

 

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