Sennheiser launches its first wi-fi gaming headset, the GSP 670

June 7, 2019 By Lisa

Sennheiser launches its first wi-fi gaming headset, the GSP 670

At Computex final week, Sennheiser introduced the media with an summary of its first wi-fi gaming headset, the GSP 670, which needs to be obtainable from early subsequent month.

The GSP 670 prices 349 € (about 393 $), rather more costly than different fashionable wi-fi gaming headsets (and its wired predecessor, the Sennheiser GSP 600, priced at $ 249.95). Sennheiser hopes that its options, in addition to the corporate's status for glorious sound high quality and cozy headphones will persuade gamers to make the leap. (After I tried a pair at Computex, the efficiency by way of portability, connection pace and audio high quality, however after all, it's arduous to say how the headphones will really feel and resonate after hours of play , as an alternative of some minutes of testing).

Regardless of the liberty supplied by wi-fi, many gamers persist with wired headphones in order to not intrude with sound high quality and connection speeds, or fear in regards to the battery's cost stage, Issues that Sennheiser addresses to the options of the GSP 670. Like different wi-fi headsets, the GSP 670 should be linked to a wi-fi dongle. Every comes with a compact GSA 70 USB drive with Sennheiser's patented know-how to make sure a low-latency connection that guarantees to transmit sounds with a "near-zero delay". The USB key’s appropriate with computer systems and the Sony Ps four. GSP 670 additionally has Bluetooth, so customers can pair it with their smartphones and tablets.

The GSP 670's microphone eliminates noise and will be disabled by elevating the growth arm. The headset has two quantity knobs that permit customers to manage the chat and recreation audio individually. Gamers may also alter the audio on the GSP 670 with the Sennheiser Sport Suite for Home windows, a software program device that enables customers to change between audio presets or customise sound ranges. It additionally consists of encompass sound modes and an equalizer.

Sennheiser says the GSP 670's quick cost battery can run for 2 hours after a seven-minute cost. When the battery is absolutely charged, the battery can last as long as 20 hours with Bluetooth and 16 hours with a GSA 70 key. The headset has an computerized shutdown to save lots of energy.

The GSP 670 is at the moment obtainable for pre-order on the Sennheiser web site and can be obtainable from July 1st.


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