Sennheiser has been a trusted name in personal audio for years. If you’re looking to pump some music into your ears, it’s one of the first brands you check out. The company’s been getting into gaming in the last few years, though, and it’s dropped some solid offerings. The latest is the GSP 600 stereo gaming headset, unveiled at top tech conferences.
Sennheiser GSP 600 Professional Gaming Headset Features
The Sennheiser GSP 600 Professional Noise-Canceling Gaming Headset features earpads made of leatherette and suede-like material. The ergonomic earpads feature a closed acoustic design for passive noise attenuation. The noise-canceling microphone cuts out background noise for clear communication and you can lift the boom arm for an auto microphone mute function. For easy access, volume controls are built into the right earcup for on-the-fly adjustments. The headband is adjustable for a customized fit on different head sizes while the solid metal hinge provides a durable design. The earpads, cables, and cover plates can be replaced with spare parts (sold separately).
Sennheiser GSP 600 Professional Gaming Headset Specs
Advanced noise-canceling microphone for clear voice chat
Closed acoustic design, ergonomic earpads, and advanced hinge system for passive noise attenuation
Adjustable contact pressure function on the headband provides a customized fit on different head sizes
Automatic microphone mute by raising the boom arm
Intuitive volume control on the right earcup for on-the-fly adjustments
The suede-like earpad material keeps the ears cool and does not stick to the skin
Durable design with solid metal hinge
Exchangeable parts – spare ear pads, cables, and cover plates (sold separately)
Closed-Back, Over-Ear Design
Lift Boom Arm for Auto Microphone Mute
Suede-Like Earpad Material
Adjustable Headband for a Custom Fit
8.2′ (2.5 m) PC Cable Included
4.9′ (1.5 m) Console Cable Included
Sennheiser GSP 600 Professional Gaming Headset Price
The GSP 600 is compatible with just about anything you can plug a headset into. This is a piece of Sennheiser equipment, though, so brace yourself—the headset rings in at $250. It isn’t in stores just yet, but you can pre-order it over at Sennheiser’s website and score a free headset hanger in the process.