Coming in fourth and taking third place on our list is the Sennheiser GSP 670. Wondering why it is fourth but took third place? check out my top 5 wireless headsets with no price here to find out.
Sennheiser is known for its audio devices but they are not as well known for their gaming headsets. While giving amazing audio ( which was to be expected) they lack in the accessories and other departments for a gaming headset.
It does offer Bluetooth connectivity so you can connect it to mobile and PlayStation seamlessly
While it comes with great audio it comes at a great price also.
The Sennheiser sticks with its roots as an audio headset rather than trying to make it fit in as a gamer headset. You will find no fancy RGB lighting or funny lines here.
It is a very beefy boy.
To me the headset would not be a miss on a commando out in the field it has the look and the build quality to suit that role.
The ear cups are connected to the headband via metal struts and the ear cups themselves are very comfortable with memory foam padding.
There are adjustable sliders on the top of the headband which allows you to move where the headset rests on your head.
Thanks to these functions it makes the big boy not seem so big when it is sat on your head and makes for a comfortable experience.
The left ear cup houses the microphone which sits on the massive ufo shape circle and the bottom of the cup is the USB charging port and Bluetooth pairing slider.
The right cups ufo is ridged that acts as the power switch and the volume control and along the bottom is the chat volume control and a button that allows you to switch between presets.
The battery life is around 20 hours so you have more than enough battery life for getting your gaming done.
As you would expect the sound is incredible/
All sounds come through clear and loud, weapons sound on another level both firing and being on the receiving end making the sniper or the rifle shot coming towards you and from what direction more the easy to spot.
The engines in Forza sounds like you are really sat in the driving seat the gear changes came through strongly as well as the environment whizzing past the environment.
The mid and high frequencies come through great meaning you will never miss anything the gaming world has to offer.
The surround sound provides excellent directional audio giving you a distinct competitive advantage.
Using the Control app you can tweak the sound to set up for the game genre that you are playing you can choose between stereo or 7.1 surround sound.
The 670 connects wirelessly via Bluetooth 5.0 which provides a low latency stable connection, the USB wireless dongle provides the lowest latency connection.
Having this dual connection means you can connect to a phone and a PC or system at the same time enabling you to talk while still gaming.
The boom microphone is incredible from a company that built its reputation on microphones it is to be expected.
The sound comes through clear and crisp and the noise cancelling works well to block any unwanted background noise.
The sound control app is a great addition that allows you to adjust everything to your liking. you have to keep going back to the app to being able to change the settings for the next device or activity that you are using the headset for This can get tedious.
The Sennheisers do not come with a docking station like other headsets in the price range- See our first-place contenders here that come with their own docking station.
While the Sennheiser gives great audio and a great microphone the audio is not any better than the others in its price range.
If you are an audiophile as well as a gamer then this headset would be perfect for you as it does audio perfectly.
If you are looking primarily for a gaming headset then the Arctis Pro or Astro A50 would be better for you. You can check them out here.
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