Sennheiser Announces The GSX 1000 Audio Amplifier at Gamescom 2016
Today, Sennheiser revealed its new GSX 1000 Audio Amplifier which you can visit at Hall 5.1, Booth 20 at Gamescom 2016. Experience a different level of surround sound with the GSX 1000, built for enhanced gaming experience. The Sennheiser GSX 1000 Audio Amplifier features the Binaural Rendering Engine to create cutting-edge 7.1 Virtual Surround sound to cater the demands of professional gamers.
The Sennheiser GSX 1000 Audio Amplifier has a LED touch panel with an aluminum volume ring for easier control right at your fingertips. The controller doesn't require additional drivers nor an application. You can adjust sound settings in a jiffy, no need to switch tabs out of the game. You can also save up to four profiles. The red LED lighted display dims down when the device is not in use. A sensor is on the GSX 1000 which detects your hand when near it which activates the display in an instant. It also allows the user to switch from headset to speaker audio output without unplugging devices.
The GSX 1000 also has a dedicated Digital Analog Converter or DAC chip which doesn't require additional drivers. The GSX 1000 also controls both game and communication sound devices separately with excellent precision. Aside from the typical equalizer customizations, users can also customize Reverberation levels to address how the user feels in physical spaces of a game for a unique sound immersion.
The new Sennheiser GSX 1000 Audio Amplifier works on PC and Mac. Available by end of September 2016 with a MSRP of 229 or £200.