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Sennheiser GSP 670 Review

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The high-priced Sennheiser GSP 670 gaming headset offers exceptional value with its powerful audio and comfortable build, but the limited range is a serious issue.

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Product Snapshot

Overview

Released in 2019, the Sennheiser GSP 670 is a closed-back wireless gaming headset with a frequency response between 10Hz and 23kHz. It boasts 7.1 surround sound, low latency technology, and a 20-hour battery life through Bluetooth and 16 hours via the USB dongle. 

Like many of the best gaming headsets, it can connect via a USB dongle, USB-to-micro-USB cable, and Bluetooth and has a bidirectional microphone that mutes when you flip it up. It weighs 0.9 lbs and features memory foam earpads, a mesh headband, and pressure sliders to set the clamping force. There are two separate volume controls for game and chat audio, and to customize EQ, you can download the Sennheiser Gaming Suite software.

Consensus

our Verdict

The wireless Sennheiser GSP 670 delivers an immersive gaming experience through accurate directional cues, well-balanced mids, and treble, and power-packed bass. Despite being somewhat heavy, the ear slider ensures optimal weight distribution, and the memory foam earpads and mesh headband enhance overall comfort. 

The attached microphone boasts superb audio quality for clear in-game communication but adds to the headset’s bulkiness. Muting your voice is convenient by simply flipping the microphone upward, and audio and visuals are in sync due to the minimal latency. Connectivity options include a USB dongle, USB-to-micro-USB cable, and Bluetooth.

ReasonS to Buy

  • Punchy and precise audio
    • The Sennheiser GSP 670 is designed for gaming, given its punchy and explosive bass range and distinctly accurate mids and treble that enhance immersion.

    • Its directional imaging is strong enough to aid in tracing your enemy during competitive games, helping you gain a tactical advantage.   

  • Incredibly comfortable design
    • Gaming for extended periods is super comfortable, thanks to its memory foam earpads and lightly padded mesh headband. 

    • Although hefty(0.9 lbs), the ear sliders distribute the weight perfectly, so you don’t feel the heaviness.

  • Clear speech over the microphone
    • While the bass range sounds slightly de-emphasized, the treble is detailed for natural speech, allowing fellow gamers to hear you accurately.

Reason to Avoid

  • Attached mic
    • The non-detachable mic adds bulk, reducing portability.

Sennheiser GSP 670 Specs

Adjustable HeadbandAdjustable HeadbandYes
Auto-Adjusting HeadbandAuto-Adjusting HeadbandNo
Battery LifeBattery Life20 hrs
Compatible PlatformsCompatible PlatformsAndroid, iOS, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
Connector SizeConnector SizeUSB
Detachable MicDetachable MicYes
Driver SizeDriver Size50mm
Earcup Foam MaterialEarcup Foam MaterialMemory Foam
Headphone FitHeadphone FitOver-ear
Max Frequency ResponseMax Frequency Response20,000 Hz
Min Frequency ResponseMin Frequency Response20Hz
Noise CancelingNoise CancelingNo
Product WeightProduct Weight0.9 lbs
Programmable ButtonsProgrammable ButtonsNo
WirelessWirelessYes
Wireless ConnectivityWireless ConnectivityBluetooth, USB Dongle

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Test Results

Max Volume (dB)0
Microphone Sound Quality Rating (out of 10.0)6.5
Speech To Noise Ratio (dB)0
BT Latency (ms)0
Non-BT Latency (ms)0
Low End Roll Off (Hz)0
High End Roll Off (Hz)0

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Released in 2019, the Sennheiser GSP 670 is a closed-back wireless gaming headset with a frequency response between 10Hz and 23kHz. It boasts 7.1 surround…

Released in 2019, the Sennheiser GSP 670 is a closed-back wireless gaming headset with a frequency response between 10Hz and 23kHz. It boasts 7.1 surround sound, low latency technology, and a 20-hour battery life through Bluetooth and 16 hours via the USB dongle. 

Like many of the best gaming headsets, it can connect via a USB dongle, USB-to-micro-USB cable, and Bluetooth and has a bidirectional microphone that mutes when you flip it up. It weighs 0.9 lbs and features memory foam earpads, a mesh headband, and pressure sliders to set the clamping force. There are two separate volume controls for game and chat audio, and to customize EQ, you can download the Sennheiser Gaming Suite software.

Both the Razer Thresher Ultimate and the Sennheiser GSP 670 are wireless gaming headsets. You can connect to the GSP 670 via Bluetooth, unlike the…

Both the Razer Thresher Ultimate and the Sennheiser GSP 670 are wireless gaming headsets. You can connect to the GSP 670 via Bluetooth, unlike the Thresher Ultimate, which comes with a transmitter and stand. The Thresher Ultimate comes in leather and cloth earpad options, while the GSP 670 has memory foam earpads. For more information, read our Razer Thresher Ultimate review.

The Sennheiser Game One Gaming Headset is an open-back model, while the Sennheiser GSP 670 is closed-back. The Game One is slightly lighter (0.7 lbs)…

The Sennheiser Game One Gaming Headset is an open-back model, while the Sennheiser GSP 670 is closed-back. The Game One is slightly lighter (0.7 lbs) than the GSP 670 (0.9 lbs). However, the latter offers wireless connectivity while the Game One is wired, keeping you tethered to the device. Lastly, both boast comfortable earcups, with the Game One featuring velour material and the GSP 670 offering memory foam.

The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro Wireless offers 70 hours of continuous playtime on a single charge, more than three times that of the Sennheiser GSP…

The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro Wireless offers 70 hours of continuous playtime on a single charge, more than three times that of the Sennheiser GSP 670’s 20-hour battery life. At 0.73 lbs, it’s lighter than the GSP 670 (0.9 lbs) and comes with a detachable mic, while the GSP 670’s mic is non-detachable. The GSP 670 boasts Xbox compatibility, whereas the BlackShark V2 Pro isn’t built for specific console models. For a model with a long 32-hour battery life, read our Sony Inzone H9 review.

Adjustable Headband

Yes

Yes

Yes

Auto-Adjusting Headband

No

No

No

Battery Life

20 hrs

16 hrs

Compatible Platforms

Android, iOS, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

Mac, PC, PlayStation 4, Windows

Android, Mac, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch – OLED Model, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X

Connector Size

USB

3.5mm

3.5mm

Detachable Mic

Yes

Yes

Yes

Driver Size

50mm

50mm

50mm

Earcup Foam Material

Memory Foam

Memory Foam

Memory Foam

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Score Card

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Expert Score

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True Score

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Expert Scores

  • PC Mag
    66.9

    Category Trust Rating

    80
    Sennheiser’s GSP 670 wireless gaming headset feels comfortable, sounds terrific, and features Bluetooth so you… Read More

    By:

    Will Greenwald
  • Sound Guys
    67.47

    Category Trust Rating

    77
    You might still miss the arm and a leg you paid for it, but after… Read More

    By:

    Sam Moore
  • Tom’s Hardware
    60.08

    Category Trust Rating

    80
    The Sennheiser GSP 670 is a truly luxurious and comprehensive wireless gaming headset that really… Read More

    By:

    Phil Iwaniuk
  • Trusted Reviews
    82.27

    Category Trust Rating

    90
    The Sennheiser GSP 670 are one of the best gaming headsets you can get at… Read More

    By:

    Alastair Stevenson
  • Tech Power Up
    69.84

    Category Trust Rating

    NR
    The Sennheiser GSP 670 openly aims for the title of best wireless gaming headset in… Read More

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    Unknown
  • Expert Reviews UK
    47.18

    Category Trust Rating

    80
    It should come as no surprise to hear that I’ve been impressed by this GSP… Read More

    By:

    Tim Danton

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