Sennheiser enters the market for wireless gaming headsets with the new “GSP 670”. The German manufacturer promises to ensure minimal latencies and to remain true to its own quality standards for wireless headsets as well.
The headset uses the low-latency connection developed by Sennheiser. It is connected via a USB dongle, which is included in the scope of delivery. Via this dongle it can be connected to various output devices. In addition to PCs, PlayStation 4 is also supported. If no connection to a specific device can be established via the dongle, it is possible to establish a Bluetooth connection. This option greatly increases the number of compatible devices.
Sennheiser relies on massive, closed ear cups for the headset, which on the one hand offer good wearing comfort and on the other should support a deep bass. The ear cups are also equipped with a cooling synthetic leather material, which is intended to further increase wearing comfort. The headband can be adjusted.
Sennheiser uses active noise cancelling for the microphone. The aim is to ensure that spoken words are transmitted correctly. The headset’s battery lasts up to twenty hours and can be recharged using the supplied USB cable. Thanks to this cable, it can also be operated wired. However, the charging process is anything but time-consuming: After a charging time of seven minutes, the headset should be ready for another two hours of playback time.
The device will be available from 1 July. From now on it can be pre-ordered from the manufacturer . The price is 349 euros. If you pre-order it via the Sennheiser website, you will receive the headset holder “GSA 50”, which actually costs around 35 euros, free of charge.