The Sennheiser GSP 370 is an over-ear wireless gaming headset that boasts amazing sound quality and a very long battery life. After charging, the battery life is 100 hours, and it does really last for ages.
When it comes to the look of the Sennheiser GSP 370, this is a chunky, grey headset that will take up a large part of your head. It’s quite comfortable to actually wear, with plenty of room for your ears on each side, as well as memory foam padding on the top to cushion the top of your head. There is a bit of adjustment that can be made, pulling the earpieces down to allow for more room around your head. The look isn’t one I’d always go for, but with the quality of this headset’s sound and battery life, looks are something I could probably passby.
You can easily start gaming and not worry about charging it for at least a few days. In the year of 2020, battery life and charging is a pretty important feature to me — even my phone has a long battery life, as who remembers to charge everything all the time? The battery life on this headset seems to ring true, actually lasting for quite some time. On the headset itself, you can see a small light which cycles through to show you how charged your headset is when you turn it on. You can also see the exact percentage within a console that runs on your computer during your time using the headset.
The sound quality in the Sennheiser GSP 370 is fantastic. It is really one of the best headsets I have ever listened through. Everything sounds crystal clear no matter how far away you go from your PC, giving you some really lovely sound quality. On the right side of the headset, there is a large knob that you can rotate back and forth to adjust the sound volume on your computer. While we are talking about sound, let’s get back to that console where you can see the battery life percentage. This running program allows you to manually adjust different pitches and reverberations, so you can actually customise the sounds that you experience. This console is very user-friendly, even for those who haven’t messed around with sound, giving a few different presets as well as allowing you to test audio and listen back to create the perfect sound system for you.
When it comes to the flip-down microphone, this works well, great for gaming but not so much for professional sound recording. There isn’t much movement in the microphone, to move it closer to your mouth, but it is bendy enough to move a bit when pushed without giving you total control over its placement.
The on/off button within the headset is a bit flimsy — you can actually move it back and forth against the plastic, which makes it feel like the button could break if fiddled with for too long or after a lot of use. This is me nit-picking though, on a really high-quality headset.
I’ve found that the Sennheiser GSP 370 is a really amazing headset in terms of being wireless with long battery life. The sound quality is simply amazing and I find the ability to adjust the sound to be a very clever and fun function, especially for those looking for something a little more to add to their gaming experience.
You can find the Sennheiser GSP 370 on Amazon.