Fresh off of unveiling a new adaptive active noise cancelling headset, Sennheiser is back with another one for the gamers. Meet Sennheiser GSP 350.
New Gaming Headset: Sennheiser GSP 350
This new headphones is built to provide a more realistic gaming experience with excellent sound quality, further depth of sound, and Dolby S hardware for better communication between players.
Speaking on the advanced new features of the Sennheiser GSP 350, the Product Gaming Manager Andreas Jessen said, “This new headset is one of the first products in our all new gaming portfolio, a range designed from the ground up to be the ultimate accessories for optimizing the performance and experience of gamers. Whether through the incredibly accurate sound that places you deeper in the game and provides the enhanced spatial awareness you need to compete, or through ergonomics that allow you to react in a heartbeat – the GSP 350 offers a winning combination.”
That being said, the GSP 350 is built to provide superior comfort for extended gaming sessions. The headband is split at the top to alleviate pressure on the top of the head as well as a lighter feel. The headband and ear pads are also stuffed with memory foam. This creates a comfortable and tight seal between the ear cups and your ears for better sound isolation.
When it comes to audio, the signature Sennheiser sound is further detailed with greater depth of field thanks to Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound. Users also have a PC Surround Dongle to easily switch back and forth between their stereo and surround settings while on a PC. There are also four equalizer settings that provide optimized modes for gaming. There’s eSports mode, “Off” mode that allows for a neutral sound performance, and a music mode for the best audio experience.
Communication with your fellow players is just as important, so Sennheiser optimized their boom mic to offer a broadcast quality noise-cancelling microphone that minimizes background noises and breathing sounds In addition, the microphone automatically mutes when the boom arm is raised.
The Sennheiser GSP 350 will be available in November around a price of $156 USD.