Product on Review: GSP 600
Street Price: £219.99 / $249.95 / AUS$ 299
Sennheiser has carved out quite a reputation in the audio industry, as they’re well known for both their low end and high-end headphones, as well as their PC, and GAME series of headsets. Sennheisers’ GSP lineup is a little fresher and brings a new design language as well as other features. Their latest offering is the GSP 600 which is the most high-end headset in the GSP lineup.
The design of the GSP 600 has unique aesthetic elements, yet is unquestionably a GSP headset. Sennheiser has doubled down on the build quality and has used very high-quality materials in the 600’s construction, with the headset being a composite of high-end plastics and metal. That isn’t all as the GSP 600 boasts a broadcast quality microphone with advanced noise-cancelling features as well as high fidelity audio driver units. This is backed up by a vast frequency response of 10Hz to 30,000Hz for the headset and 10Hz to 18,000Hz for the microphone. Sennheiser has also incorporated an adjustable headbands system and included support for a wide variety of platforms. They have also chosen to omit RGB lighting which is either very much loved or very much hated within the gaming community. This could be a blessing in disguise or a potential deal breaker depending on which side of the fence you sit on.
Sennheiser on the GSP 600:
Serious gamers need serious equipment. When the competition steps up, the GSP 600 professional gaming headset delivers. Ergonomically designed ear pads and adjustable headband ensure superior wearing comfort. Freedom of movement is secured by the durable metal hinge system ensuring a perfect fit that allows you to fully experience exceptional audio performance.