Sennheiser has released a pair of wireless gaming headphones that boast 100 hours of battery life and individual sound adjustment for $349.95.
Sennheiser is adding the GSP 370 to its wireless gaming headset lineup featuring their “highly praised” low-latency connection with impressive battery life, available now from their website where you will also receive the $55 GSA 50 headset hanger for free.
According to Sennheiser, gamers who play an average of six hours a week can expect four months of wireless playback before having to recharge the GSP 370 headphones.
Fortunately, the headphones can also be used while charging via the included micro-USB cable.
The over-ear headset is based on the same closed acoustic design featured in the previous generation model, with the addition of post-processing through the Sennheiser Gaming Suite for Windows.
For online chat, the headset features a broadcast quality noise-cancelling microphone that actively reduces ambient noise and is automatically muted by lifting the boom arm.
The design of the headphones is focused heavily on comfort, implementing a split, padded headband to reduce pressure on the skull, along with memory foam ear cushions to provide a comfortable fit, as well as isolating ambient noises.
Coupled with the ball-joint hinge on each of the ear cups, the headphones suit a variety of face shapes and sizes.
Comfort, premium craftsmanship and exceptional audio experience have all been included in the GSP 370 headset, says Andreas Jessen, Director of Product Management Gaming at Sennheiser Communications.