The GSP 602 is one of the new gaming headsets from EPOS, continuing the GSP series formerly introduced by Sennheiser Communications, which now belongs to EPOS like the entire gaming sector. What the wired headset does, how it looks and if we can recommend it, you can read in our detailed review!
Scope of delivery: Everything that is necessary
The GSP 602 is delivered in a small box, which is absolutely ordinary for a gaming headset. So we could draw relatively good conclusions about the contents from the packaging. The total weight of the carton is about one kilogram, the dimensions are 527 mm x 271 mm x 390 mm. As already mentioned, there are no surprises inside. Besides the relatively powerful looking headset, we find an additional packaging with two 3.5 mm jack cables, one of which is split, instructions and co. All in all, EPOS delivers everything we expected.
|design variant||enclosing the ear|
|converter principle||dynamic, closed|
|cable length||2.5 m PC cable / 1.5 m console cable|
|compatibility||PC, Mac OSX, PS4, Xbox One, Switch and consoles/mobile devices with 3.5 mm jack input|
|transmission range||10 – 30,000 Hz|
|sound pressure level||112 dB SPL @ 1kHz, 1V RMS|
|transmission range||10 – 18,000 Hz|
|microphone sensitivity||-47 dBV/PA|