The PC gaming peripheral market is getting more crowded every day as Sennheiser launched yet another affordable headset. The Sennheiser GSP 370 wireless gaming headset is supposed to be less expensive than the 500 series but still delivers an impressive 100 hours of battery life.
The GSP 370 even though not a cheap headset is considered more affordable from the reputed brand. Sennheiser has been one of the top performers in the world of audiophiles and they continue to dominate the zone with their HD800, the end game for many serious music lovers.
The brand seems to be bringing their audio quality and expertise in making headphones to a completely new segment, the PC gaming community. The GSP 370 is a wireless headset that delivers a battery life of 100 hours and for those who play even 6 hours a day, this should last an entire week effortlessly.
Lasts 100 Hours on Full Charge
The biggest issue with modern day wireless gadgets is that you always have to worry about charging your peripherals. Be it keyboard, mouse or headsets, it drains out rather quick and there is always the smartphone to charge as well.
The Sennheiser GSP 370 wireless gaming headset gets rid of this issue and in theory, you can use it for up to four months if you play 6-8 hours in a week. An average person may not be able to spend more time due to other commitments and the headset should make their life easier.
The headset uses micro USB which is bit outdated by now but the company did have to cut some corners to deliver better sound, we guess. The connectivity is low latency, there is no lag in hearing your game sounds in time and you can download the Sennheiser Gaming Suite for Windows to adjust settings directly on the PC.
There are many sound modes to choose from, equalizer settings and microphone adjustment that can be done with the comfort of your PC. There is a volume wheel on the headphone that can be adjusted to control Windows volume.
Assured Comfort with Memory Foam Earpads
The Sennheiser GSP 370 wireless gaming headset features memory foam earpads that delivers the highest level of comfort and can be worn for long hours. The split band and ear cup shape lets you use it without feeling any discomfort or lack of air flow. It also delivers great music experience but gaming is its primary focus.
The headset costs $199 and works on PC as well as on PS4, Xbox One consoles without the need to install any additional software.