Sennheiser is a brand that has a very good reputation in the high-end audiophile market, but it has found it hard to transfer that success into the gaming market. Today, we look at the GSP 350 – a £120 gaming headset that Sennheiser will hope can finally establish the brand as a real alternative to the likes of Razer, Corsair or HyperX. But just how good is it?
Priced at £119.99, the Sennheiser GSP 350 isn’t the cheapest gaming headset around, but nor is it the most expensive. Still, for the money we would expect good comfort levels, solid build quality and – most importantly – great audio quality. It will also be interesting to see what extras we get when compared to the GSP 300, the smaller brother to the GSP 350. So, without further ado, let’s get right into the review.
- Ear coupling: Circum-aural
- Transducer principle: Dynamic, closed
- Cable length: Surround Dongle cable 1.7 m / USB extension cable 1.2 m
- Connector plugs: USB
- Delivery includes: GSP 350 gaming headset, USB Surround Dongle cable, USB extension cable, Quick Start Guide, Safety Guide
- Compatibility: PC
- Warranty: 2 years
- Frequency response: 15–26,000 Hz
- Impedance: 19 O
- Sound pressure level: 113 dB
- Frequency response: 10–24,000 Hz
- Pick-up pattern: Noise-cancelling
- Sensitivity: -41 dBV/PA