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Sennheiser Gsp 670BT Headphones

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A Premium Wireless Gaming Headset for the Demanding Gamer. The Sennheiser GSP 670 is the premium wireless gaming headset for the demanding gamer. Customize the 7.1 surround sound with the EPOS Gaming Suite and adjust chat and game audio independently. Intelligent battery management preserves battery...
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<strong>A Premium Wireless Gaming Headset for the Demanding Gamer.</strong><br /> The Sennheiser GSP 670 is the premium wireless gaming headset for the demanding gamer. Customize the 7.1 surround sound with the EPOS Gaming Suite and adjust chat and game audio independently. Intelligent battery management preserves battery life and Bluetooth lets you switch seamlessly between your game and phone.<br /> <ul><br /> <li>No-compromise engineered audio performance</li><br /> <li>Premium high-fidelity game sound performance in a wireless gaming headset</li><br /> <li>Lag-free transmission delivers instant feedback for better game performance</li><br /> <li>Separate controls for chat and game audio built directly into the headset</li><br /> <li>Customize 7.1 Surround Sound in the EPOS Gaming Suite for Windows 10</li><br /> </ul><br />  <br /> The Sennheiser GSP 670 is a great example of a gaming headset that could be a bit better. Its got a potent mix of features, a solid design and build, and a premium price;but it all comes together into something pretty disappointing, due to a few problems. But lets start with the good stuff;theres actually quite a lot to cover in this column.<br><br>This wireless gaming headset sports a primarily plastic design, with a flexible headband and sturdy double-hinged headphones. The headband features adjustable tension sliders. The difference between tightest and loosest isnt terribly large, but being able to make slight adjustments can still make a big difference. At over 500 grams, the GSP 670 is actually a pretty hefty gaming headset, but its balanced just right and never caused me any strain, even over long periods.<br><br>The Sennheiser GSP 670 features earpads with fabric tops and leatherette edges. This design seems a little busy, but it means the headset can maintain a leather aesthetic, without struggling with flexibility or heat buildup. It also seems to have benefitted isolation quite a bit. Combined with the adjustable tension of the band, headphones like these made establishing an especially tight seal easy.<br />  

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A Premium Wireless Gaming Headset for the Demanding Gamer.
The Sennheiser GSP 670 is the premium wireless gaming headset for the demanding gamer. Customize the 7.1 surround sound with the EPOS Gaming Suite and adjust chat and game audio independently. Intelligent battery management preserves battery life and Bluetooth lets you switch seamlessly between your game and phone.

  • No-compromise engineered audio performance

  • Premium high-fidelity game sound performance in a wireless gaming headset

  • Lag-free transmission delivers instant feedback for better game performance

  • Separate controls for chat and game audio built directly into the headset

  • Customize 7.1 Surround Sound in the EPOS Gaming Suite for Windows 10


 
The Sennheiser GSP 670 is a great example of a gaming headset that could be a bit better. Its got a potent mix of features, a solid design and build, and a premium price;but it all comes together into something pretty disappointing, due to a few problems. But lets start with the good stuff;theres actually quite a lot to cover in this column.

This wireless gaming headset sports a primarily plastic design, with a flexible headband and sturdy double-hinged headphones. The headband features adjustable tension sliders. The difference between tightest and loosest isnt terribly large, but being able to make slight adjustments can still make a big difference. At over 500 grams, the GSP 670 is actually a pretty hefty gaming headset, but its balanced just right and never caused me any strain, even over long periods.

The Sennheiser GSP 670 features earpads with fabric tops and leatherette edges. This design seems a little busy, but it means the headset can maintain a leather aesthetic, without struggling with flexibility or heat buildup. It also seems to have benefitted isolation quite a bit. Combined with the adjustable tension of the band, headphones like these made establishing an especially tight seal easy.
 
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A Premium Wireless Gaming Headset for the Demanding Gamer.
The Sennheiser GSP 670 is the premium wireless gaming headset for the demanding gamer. Customize the 7.1 surround sound with the EPOS Gaming Suite and adjust chat and game audio independently. Intelligent battery management preserves battery life and Bluetooth lets you switch seamlessly between your game and phone.

  • No-compromise engineered audio performance

  • Premium high-fidelity game sound performance in a wireless gaming headset

  • Lag-free transmission delivers instant feedback for better game performance

  • Separate controls for chat and game audio built directly into the headset

  • Customize 7.1 Surround Sound in the EPOS Gaming Suite for Windows 10


 
The Sennheiser GSP 670 is a great example of a gaming headset that could be a bit better. Its got a potent mix of features, a solid design and build, and a premium price;but it all comes together into something pretty disappointing, due to a few problems. But lets start with the good stuff;theres actually quite a lot to cover in this column.

This wireless gaming headset sports a primarily plastic design, with a flexible headband and sturdy double-hinged headphones. The headband features adjustable tension sliders. The difference between tightest and loosest isnt terribly large, but being able to make slight adjustments can still make a big difference. At over 500 grams, the GSP 670 is actually a pretty hefty gaming headset, but its balanced just right and never caused me any strain, even over long periods.

The Sennheiser GSP 670 features earpads with fabric tops and leatherette edges. This design seems a little busy, but it means the headset can maintain a leather aesthetic, without struggling with flexibility or heat buildup. It also seems to have benefitted isolation quite a bit. Combined with the adjustable tension of the band, headphones like these made establishing an especially tight seal easy.
 

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