Sennheiser Gaming Unveils First Wireless Gaming Headset

Sennheiser’s gaming peripherals division unveiled earlier this week a new gaming headset, the first of their gaming headsets to go wireless. This new headset arrives in July, and comes in at a premium price tag of $349.95, and is called the Sennheiser GSP 670.

This headset connects by a USB dongle, which has some of the company’s proprietary technology that gives low latency rates. The headset can also connect via Bluetooth. The company claims that the headset’s battery would last approximately 20 hours, so enough for even the longest of play sessions. Its earphones are designed with suede and leatherette, adding to the ergonomics.

My principal concern with the headset is, did the company let up with their headset clamping on the head a little too tightly? The Sennheiser GSP 600 was the tightest of the bunch, the GSP 500 loosened things up for me, but now that there’s a new 670 in the works, will this be the “just right” that I’ve been looking for?

Published by Brandon Bui, PharmD

Brandon Bui is the Editor-in-Chief and owner of Gamer Professionals. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from California State University, Fullerton, and is a Doctor of Pharmacy. Frighteningly obsessed with his Nintendo Switch and Breath of the Wild.