Sennheiser introduces the GSP 370 boasting up to 100 hours of wireless audio
Sennheiser has been gradually adding wireless gaming headsets to its stable of products. Recently, we reviewed the GSP 670 and found it to be an incredibly good gaming headset. Sennheiser’s products are known for their quality both in terms of audio experience and build. Now, Sennheiser has introduced the GSP 370, boasting up to 100 hours of wireless gaming audio.
The GSP 370 comes with a USB dongle — GSA 370 — that provides “a wireless, low-latency connection to the headset to ensure a reliable transmission with near-zero delay.”
Compatible with PC, Mac and PS4, the GSP 370 is designed for both the audio experience and chat.
Sennheiser GSP 370
Designed using the same closed acoustic over-ear cups as the award-winning GSP 300, the GSP 370 has “integrated digital sound processing” to deliver “exceptional bass performance and acoustic clarity.”
When using the headset with a Windows PC it is supported by the Sennheiser Gaming Suite for Windows. This app allows users to customise and edit the sound output choosing different surround modes, an equaliser, mic options and more.
Chat is facilitated by the noise-cancelling microphone which is mutable by simply lifting it upright.
The best part of this headset is the 100 hours of battery life. Charged using micro-USB and usable while charging, Sennheiser boasts that someone who games on average, six hours a week, can play for four months without charging.
Available now, the GSP 370 costs $349.95 AUD, When purchased from the Sennheiser website, a GSA 50 headset hanger will be included free of charge; valued at $54.95 AUD.
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