Sennheiser is bringing a new, wireless gaming headset to the market and its focus is on ensuring unnoticeable latency with a new wireless gaming headset! Introducing the GSP 670, the first wireless gaming headset from Sennheiser.
No longer are you tied to your controller thanks to the GSP 670. Using a proprietary USB dongle, users sync via Bluetooth and can use the headphones on both the PlayStation 4 and PC for their gaming needs. The quality of sound Sennheiser products are known for is here. The closed acoustic design provides a warm, deep bass without compromising the mid-range and high frequencies. Which we’ve covered before with the GSP 303, a wired headset that’s to this day, one of the better headsets for gaming.
The GSP 670 offers a noise-cancelling microphone and mutes by lifting the boom arm up. The included Bluetooth allows you to pair the headset with your phone or tablet as well.
As for battery life, Sennheiser’s claiming that the GSP 670 lasts upwards of 20 hours via Bluetooth, and using intelligent battery management to determine when to automatically turn the headset on and off to maximize the battery life. With quick charge over USB, a 7-minute juice up allows for 2 hours of usage and can be used while charging.
“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, the 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.
The GSP 670 is expected to begin shipping on July 1, 2019, and retails for $349 USD.