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Sennheiser GSP 370 Wireless Gaming Headset review – immerse yourself further in the game

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The Sennheiser GSP 370 gaming headset brings the company’s signature audio quality to the gaming world to immerse players even deeper into their game and with a battery that can last for months.

When it comes to audio Sennheiser has a reputation for providing great quality and that expertise has now entered the gaming space with the GSP 370 wireless headset.

The headset provides a wire free low latency connection to a PC, Mac or Sony PlayStation 4.

For our review we connected the Sennheiser GSP 370 to our PlayStation 4 while we were playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer.

We connected the headphones to the PS4 with the included USB dongle.

The headphones have a closed acoustic design with integrated digital sound processing to ensure you get an all-enveloping directional experience.

Audio quality was impressive and it gave a great mixture of clarity and bass performance.

The result was a rich sound that made you feel even more immersed in the game.

And if you’re playing on a Windows PC, the Sennheiser GSP 370 can be even further personalised with the Sennheiser Gaming Suite software which offers surround sound modes, an equaliser, ready-to-use presets for different genres of games and microphone options.

But not only does it offer great audio, the GSP 370 also shuts out the outside world with ear cups that passively cut off the outside world.

The onboard microphone includes noise cancellation so background noise is minimised and you can be heard quite clearly even at the height of battle when you need to talk to your teammates.

To mute the microphone, you simply lift up the boom arm up and out of your way.

On the design side, the Sennheiser GSP 370 is built for comfort so you can spend hours wearing them while you’re playing.

The ear cups are made from soft memory foam and there are also soft support on the headband as well.

The headband is actually split so it reduces pressure on your head.

The earphones have a ball joint hinge so it angles the ear cup correctly to your ear so you can get the best fit.

There is a single volume knob on the right ear cup so it’s easy to adjust the volume.

Although there is no separate volume control for chat like there is on the Turtle Beach Stealth 700 which is actually $100 cheaper.

But one of the best features of the Sennheiser GSP 370 is the battery life which is an amazing 100 hours – that’s a lot of play before you need to recharge them with the included microUSB cable.

That works out to be four months of game play if you play six hours a week.

The Sennheiser GSP 370 gaming headset is available now and is priced at $349.95.

VERDICT

The Sennheiser GSP 370 gaming headset brings the company’s signature audio quality to the gaming world to immerse players even deeper into their game and with a battery that can last for months.