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Sennheiser gsp600 giveaway

Sennheiser is one of the well-known brands in the game audio field, providing everything from competitive gaming headsets to audio amplifiers and everything in between. However, today, we will see the first one, the GSP 600, one of Sennheiser’s flagship gaming headsets. The

GSP 600 is a high-end programmed gaming headset that provides excellent audio, a good microphone, and a lot of features. Distinguish it from some of the main competitors in the market.

Today, we will introduce the GSP 600 headset step by step to see how it compares with build quality, audio performance, microphone clarity, and all other factors that affect gaming headsets. We will answer the big question surrounding headphones at this price: Is it worth your money? And how it compares with other models in the Sennheiser series. Chapter

In that case, don't waste any more time, dive in!



At WePC, we always like to give credit when it expires; The Sennheiser GSP 600 setup process couldn't be easier. Inside the box, users will find two audio cables; one with a separate audio / microphone input and the other with a single audio jack. To choose the one that best suits your needs, simply plug the cable into the bottom of the left earbud. If you are using a PC, just plug the cable into the corresponding slot.

Since this is an analog headset, users will be happy to know that no drivers or software are required for startup and operation. Unlike the GSP 670 (a wireless variant of the 600), this headset is almost plug and play.

As always, the box is quite elegant, with the image of a headset on the front. It is made of thick cardboard and feels quite strong and protective. The earphone is located in the foam mold to ensure that it will not cause damage in transit.

In the box, we see:

Like all headphones in the GSP range, the first thing you'll notice when unpacking the

is how bulky it looks. The headphones are almost the same as the other headphones in the series (GSP 670, GSP 370, etc.), with a large oval shape and some great aesthetic features (depending on how you look at it). In addition to being bulky, these headphones bring an extremely gaming aesthetic to the table, so much so that I avoid wearing them in public at all costs. Even if you want to remove the (non-removable) big boom mic, it still seems far from my liking. The

GSP 600 has a fairly dark color theme, which is well highlighted by the silver and red splashes next to the ear muffs. Speaking of ear muffs, cool leatherette padding is placed inside to help keep your ears cool even in the most intense battle scenes. The design of the

headband is also quite bulky. It provides some interesting design features that allow you to change the stress exerted by the headphones on your head, while at the same time providing adequate support due to the well-placed cushion underneath. Sennheiser branding can be found on both ear cups and throughout the headband, ensuring that everyone knows which headphones you are using.

In the end, while the design isn't exactly a subtle look, it does provide a cool gaming aesthetic that will please a lot of people out there. The build quality of the

is one of the most important factors to consider when reviewing headphones, especially those with such an impressive price tag; we will go into details later. Fortunately, Sennheiser GSP 600 did not disappoint in this regard.

Although this headset is mainly made of plastic, it is not as shocking as it sounds. Plastic is of the highest quality and reinforced with steel in the most vulnerable areas of the headset (headband and hairpin). The overall feel of these headphones is very promising, providing very good durability when passing our extreme sturdiness test. We bend, twist, and usually pull the earplugs, trying to find some weaknesses in their design, but to no avail. To be honest, we are very impressed, but again, in this price range, would you expect less? Maybe not. The

headband is made of thick plastic with steel bars in the middle. Although the earmuffs can be removed and cleaned, the artificial leather used in the ear cushions feels very durable and lasts for at least a few years, meaning you don't have to worry about replacing them anytime soon. The

mic feels very sturdy and is made from a thick rubber material which, to be honest, can only provide slight movement. The rotary swivel system used in this headset (which we will describe in detail later) feels carefully designed to provide smooth and smooth rotation, neither stiff nor loose.

The only other area that needs to be mentioned is the cable. We used a PC splitter cable and it felt great. Sometimes headphones have very thin rubber cables, which can easily break if subjected to excessive pressure or accidentally tipped over. That said, in the Sennheiser GSP 600, thick stranded cables have been used to ensure longevity is the main factor in its design.

Overall, the quality of workmanship on this headset is very good. Because you always use high-quality materials, you can invest a lot of money in this matter and its service life is longer than many leading alternatives on the market.

To be honest, comfort is the issue with the Sennheiser GSP 600 gaming headset. With that said, let's start on the bright side.

First of all, I can say with certainty that ear muffs provide excellent comfort. The soft cushion used in the ear muffs is the savior of this headset, perfectly combined with the refreshing synthetic leather cushion, providing a very comfortable seat.

You can resize the headphones to meet your exact needs. It also has considerable adjustability. The cushion under the headband feels great again and can reduce pressure on the top of your head during play. Also, the yoke has a swivel mechanism that allows you to find a suitable seating position for this headset. This may only be subtle, but it's this sort of thing that really sets this headset apart from the competition.

Unfortunately, this is where most positive factors end.

Sennheiser marks the GSP 600 as a professional gaming headset, which means they must have considered using this device for long gaming sessions. Having said that, I can't understand why the headband they designed has such a high pressure. I mean, this thing really gives you a headache. I wore the headphones for about five hours on the first day, and I can safely say that after about two hours I did not like the tightness of the headphones.

Regardless of the weight of these headphones, the GSP 600 feels a bit uncomfortable in most cases. Compared with GSP 370 and GSP 670, GSP 600 may be the worst.

Since the design and manufacturing quality are not affected, it is time to take a closer look at the performance of these headsets in the real world, namely; games and music.

In the end, regardless of comfort and functionality, the audio performance of the headset should be your number one selling point. In other words, the price is more than 300 US dollars, it will be very interesting to see what this headset brings, especially considering that it is already a bit insufficient in terms of comfort. Chapter

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As always, to start the performance part of the commentary, I decided to turn on some of my favorite music to see what it sounds like. From this, I tried to better understand the range of headphones that must be used. It also gives me a good understanding of how deep and balanced the sound is.

I started the process by listening to some deep electronic sounds. It is safe to say that I am not disappointed with what I heard from the beginning. Considering that this headset does not need to run software, I am very impressed with the authenticity of the sound. The bass sounds powerful, but not excessive. The highs look crisp and the trance melody runs well through the mix. I keep listening to various other types of music, and each one sounds great. One thing I want to say about this headphone is that the mid-frequency sounds a bit hazy at times. This is not always the case, but in some cases it is not as clear as I hoped. Having said that, in general, the music sounds great.

Next, I decided to load some games. I started with my goto game, CounterStrike: Global Offensive. This is a game that relies heavily on knowing the whereabouts of the enemy, so the headset becomes one of the most important peripherals you can buy. I loaded up some Deathmatch to warm up, and immediately realized that this headset is very suitable for gaming. Compared with HyperX Cloud Stingers, the last earbud I tried, the GSP 600 has much better spatial perception. Even on a server crowded with more than 20 people, he can easily distinguish between footsteps and shots.

's prominent bass in music is also impressive in games. It provides a rumble function for the AWP lens and explosion sound, adding a sense of realism and immersion to the overall gaming experience. The high pitch makes it easier to hear footsteps and gunshots, allowing me to better understand what is happening around the map.

I played a few more games, including Total War, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Far Cry 5, all of which sounded great through this headset.

Although the GSP 600 makes me want more comfort, the sound performance of this headset absolutely cannot say that. It works as I want, while also providing a true sense of multi-platform immersion.

Speaking of microphones, I look forward to the good things about Sennheiser GSP 600 gaming headsets, especially when most of the other headsets in the series provide such excellent microphone performance.

Having said that, I am still a bit disappointed, thanks to Sennheiser for promoting it as "broadcast quality". Now, I'm not saying this thing's mic is bad, because it isn't. But when it comes to microphones, broadcast quality is a great proposition. The

GSP 600 microphone has good functionality and good versatility in terms of mobility and adjustability. It provides a very robust design and has the convenient twist and turn feature that I have used many times. Overall, this microphone meets many standards in terms of design and build quality. With that being said, when I logged into Discord, the first thing my teammates mentioned was how strong I was. I've been using Sennheiser GSP 670 writing a wireless article before, and they said the difference between the two is very obvious. After adjusting a few settings, we managed to get the mic to sound good. That being said, I'm a bit upset, they don't sound good out of the box.

Having said that, but for my personal needs, someone who plays competitive FPS at a decent level, this mic is very good. Although not as good as the 670, it provides a strong and clear recording of my voice.

About the important factors that make headphones great, not fancy features such as surround sound and RGB. In other words, the features that this headset is equipped with do play a role-they not only make it more practical, but also increase the user experience.

So, with this in mind, let's take a look at some of the best features that this headset must provide. As the

is an analog headset, you won't be surprised by its cross-platform compatibility. In the box, users have two cables to choose from: a splitter for PC and a single audio input for XBOX, PS4, laptop, etc.

Although many headphone manufacturers insist on using USB connectors, which provide more power and better acoustic connections, we have seen analog connections become popular again. Having cross-platform support is a great feature. It opened this headset to a whole new audience and provided competitive console gamers with tools to take their games to a new level.

Although this is not a feature, it is worth mentioning because it does make a difference, especially when playing competitive games. The sound quality provided by the

headset may be its biggest selling point. It provides a truly immersive gaming experience and sounds great in terms of music and general entertainment.

This is our comprehensive guide to the impressive Sennheiser GSP 600 gaming headset. Although this headset has some glitches, it is safe to say that my overall impression is positive. The sound is definitely the highlight of the GSP 600, bringing a fantastic sense of immersion and realism to the desktop.

In other words, this is not the only positive factor. The German made headphones use high-quality materials throughout the headphone design and are one of the best headphones in terms of structure and lifespan. The big question that remains with the

is whether I think this headset is worth the $ 300 price that it comes with. Well this is really difficult. I really like the Sennheiser brand and I think they have some of the best headsets in gaming. However, due to comfort concerns and a limited list of features, it can be difficult to recommend it at the current price. For example, GSP 670s (providing better microphones and wireless connections) are on the shelves at roughly the same price.

So most importantly, if you are someone who wants a wired headset with cross-platform connectivity and provides the highest level of audio output, then this headset may be exactly what you are looking for. However, please keep in mind that for this price, there are many other alternatives on the market today that provide a better price/performance ratio.

This high-performance gaming headset does not have fancy features, but insists on excellent sound and quality build.

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