To truly enjoy wireless technology, especially for gamers, an unnoticeable latency is key. The new GSP 670 wireless headphones by Sennheiser, claim to be light years ahead of the previous 373D PC gaming headset, and promises an integrated propriety low-latency connection that delivers a stable and consistent transmission with almost no delay. The gaming headset also carries forward Sennheiser’s reputation in wearing comfort and high-end audio performance.
Sennheiser GSP 670: Specifications and features
The GSP 670 uses state-of-the-art wireless technology developed by Sennheiser. Once paired with the GSA 70 compact USB dongle, gamers can connect to a PC or PlayStation 4.
The headphones’ Bluetooth connection lets them simultaneously connect to compatible devices such as smartphones or tablets. At the touch of a button, users can attend a call, then go right back to high-speed gaming.
The closed acoustic design provides a warm, deep bass without compromising the mid-range and high frequencies. Sennheiser offers its Gaming Suite for Windows for users to access various surround sound modes, an equalizer, microphone options and ready-to-use presets for typical genres and occasions.
The GSP 670 boasts a noise-cancelling microphone that actively reduces background noise and can be muted by simply lifting the boom arm. The Sennheiser wireless headset also lets the user independently control the chat audio and game audio to ensure the communication never goes down.
The battery life of up to 20 hours (Bluetooth) and up to 16 hours (low-latency connection) allow for long gaming sessions. The headset also features intelligent battery management. It detects when the headset is worn and automatically powers the headset on and off, maximizing battery life.
The headset supports quick charging over USB; after a seven-minute charge, it can be used for two hours. It even works solely via USB cable without the USB dongle connected to the system.
The GSP 670 is up for sale in the UAE from August for Dh1,399 (inclusive of VAT).