Sennheiser’s First Wireless Gaming Headset Has Zero Audio Delay

Jun 17, 2019

Category: Tech

The multiplayer gaming experience is much more immersive when you’re communicating with others in the digital playground, so investing in a high-quality headset is a must for gamers. The Sennheiser GSP 670 Wireless Gaming Headset is a first for the renowned audio company, and it aims to help plunge you into a virtual world.

The GSP 670 comes with a USB dongle utilizing proprietary technology by Sennheiser to ensure low-latency connection for sound transmission with near-zero delay. It also has Bluetooth so you can pair it with your tablet or smartphone. The headset is equipped with a noise-canceling microphone, which you can mute by raising the boom arm, and two volume wheels to control chat and game audio independently. You can control adjust the audio to meet your preferences via the Sennheiser Gaming Suite for Windows. The quick-charging battery lasts up to 20 hours on a full charge and 16 hours connected to the GSA 70 dongle. The GSP 670 will be available in July, but you can pre-order it now for $350.

Purchase: $350

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