Sennheiser is revisiting its Gsp Gaming Headset lineup once again. In fitting with the general theme of 2019, the respected audio brand is taking the shell we’re now very familiar with from the GSP 500, GSP 550, and GSP 600 headsets and lopping the wires clean off to create the Sennheiser GSP 670 wireless gaming headset… and none too soon.
I’ve always been a bit sceptical to the thought of completely overhauling my rig with wireless accessories. It’s not that I’m worried about the quality dipping or anything negatively experiential like that - a good part of wireless technology nowadays is decent enough to placate my wants and needs when it comes to gaming - it’s more that it’s another device, with finite battery life, to worry about.
A few devices have convinced me otherwise, however. Some long-life gaming mice, for example. But if there was one peripheral that I want, nay demand, be wireless without fail: it’s a gaming headset. A wireless set is truly freeing. No more untangling bulky braided cables and you can say sayonara to violently whipping your headset off as you reach for your phone or scoot your gaming chair a foot to the left.