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Sennheiser is launching a wireless gaming headset

Words by Nathan Irvine

A game changer.

For audiophiles who enjoy video games, Sennheiser’s latest announcement is music to your ears. The German audio specialists has just announced it’s very first wireless gaming headset.

The Sennheiser GSP 670 works with PC and PlayStation (sorry, Xbox fans) and is packed with the cutting edge tech that the brand is famous for. And it seems it’s incredibly confident of providing a game changer.

Andreas Jessen, Director of Product Management Gaming at Sennheiser Communications says “This 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”.

A bold claim. So what takes it to the next level? Let’s see.

Sennheiser GSP 670 gaming headset on white background.


Sennheiser It certainly looks the business.

Tech a look

It’s all about the low latency levels. When you’re playing games – especially team-based multiplayer titles – you need to hear the instructions or cries of despair instantly. And that’s what the GSP 670 focuses on and has ‘near zero’ latency.

Sennheiser also stuffs the gaming headset with the same Bluetooth technology that helps its products instantly pair with devices. So as well as being easy to set-up with a PC or PS4, it will find and sync with smart devices or tablets, too. You can even pick up calls with the headset, if you like.

There are other big features (20-hour battery life, volume control for speech and game and the like), but it’s Sennheiser’s famous headset comfort we’re into.

A lot of gaming headsets tend to squeeze your head and become uncomfortable after an hour or so. But – fingers crossed – Sennheiser will help to prolong gaming sessions with its benchmark setting levels of comfort.

Sennheiser GSP 670 is available from August 2019 at AED 1,399.


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