As an update to its GSP 300 series, Sennheiser has launched the GSP 301 and the GSP 303 – the latter being a special Need for Speed edition headset. Other than the visual revamp, however, both headsets share the same core design as the original GSP 300. For £89.99, can they do enough to stand out in a crowded market, or are the devices just too basic to be worth buying?
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- Model: Sennheiser GSP 300 Series
- Compatibility: PC, Mac, PS4™ & consoles with 3.5 mm jack input
- Connection: 2 x 3.5 mm / 1 x 3.5 mm (PCV 05 Combo Audio Adaptor)
- Cable Length: 2m
- Headphones Frequency response: 15–26,000 Hz
- Impedance: 19 Ω
- Sound pressure level: 113 dB
- Microphone Frequency response: 10–15,000 Hz
- Sensitivity: -41 dBV/PA
- Weight: 290g
- Safety Guide
- PCV 05 Combo Audio Adaptor
- Lightweight design
- Comfortable memory foam ear pads
- Great sounding for media consumption as well as gaming
- Rubber cable tangles easily
- Non-removable microphone
The full GSP 300 range is available directly from Sennheiser HERE.
KItGuru says: The Sennheiser GSP 300 series headsets are well-rounded for the price, super comfortable, and a great option for those wanting a headset for media consumption with some gaming features.