The Best Wireless Headset Yet!? Sennheiser GSP 670 Review

Sennheiser’s first wireless gaming headset called the GSP 670 has finally arrived! But its battle to be the best gaming headset of 2019 is going to be tough especially with competitors like the Steelseries Arctis 7 and HyperX Cloud Flight. As we review the GSP 670 after its release date there are some awesome features and performance but also some issues you should know about.

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42 thoughts on “The Best Wireless Headset Yet!? Sennheiser GSP 670 Review

  1. I got them yesterday I just find it wierd that I have to put both volumes pc and headphones the highest all the time I think the sound is low. What do you think?

  2. Im usin gsp600+ gsx1000. What you think about that combo, i dont think im going to change these. Before these i used astro a50 and a50 was best wireles headset ive used.

  3. I bought these based on your video …
    Playing games like PUBG. My 5 year old Razer Kraken 7.1 are twice as loud. Which means … even if you max out the volume on both the headset and the computer it fails when you need to hear footsteps or feint sounds. A $50 pair of headphones are currently much more viable for gamers who need more volume … returning my pair immediately as there is no option to increase volume … not worth the money in any way shape or form.

  4. ill stick with the g935 wireless you said that was the best sounding at the time, and yes it is. battery life is pretty good and the mis is also good.

  5. the only thing these offer is the great mic… nothing else… not worth 350 when I can get the 2017 Arctis 7 for 80 euros off amazon.

  6. So if you are gaming on the PC and get a call on your phone, you cant take the call with the headset, because it will always choose the Dongle if it is sending?

  7. I have a Sennheisser GSX1000 (thanks for the awesome review btw) and love it, and while I would definitely like wireless, it's not worth losing the quality of my Rode mic and that GSX. Pretty solid looking headset though, might recommend it to a few people who require wireless

  8. Guess I'm staying with my Cloud Flight. The price is just disgusting…not to mention not even a usb type c at that price…

    Also for the cloud flights if you go into advanced device properties for the headset, then goto the "enhancements" tab, next click on settings in the "enhancements properties" section, finally change Frequency to 588 hz and Boost level to 6db.

    It's a whole new experience with the cloud flights compared to what it sounds when it's stock right out of the box.

  9. Literally the perfect review. Deep understanding of the product and the benefits/demerits of the features, in-depth demos with a pacing that keeps you engaged, and pleasant and relevant B-roll and visuals.

    Coming from not really following tech channels lately and generally only watching LTT and MKBHD, I am glad there are still people making straightforward and informational content.

    This is the buyer's guide.

  10. If you can live with a cable, the GSP 600 is still great. Got a pair recently and the sound, comfort, build quality, sound isolation/cancelling and aesthetics are great.

  11. I think I want a comparison between companies, Logitech g935, steel series arctics pro hyper x cloud flight, razor nari ultimate etc…

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