After the launch of the Sennheiser PXC 550 II wireless headphones with Adaptive Noise Cancellation last month, Sennheiser has now expanded its GSP series headphones with the launch of the new GSP 370 Sennheiser Wireless Headphones to join the Sennheiser GSP 600 and Sennheiser GSP 670 headphones.
In the description of the new Sennheiser headset, attention is drawn to its great battery life – the manufacturer said the operating time without recharging is up to 100 hours, which is approx. more than three months, if you play for one hour a day without weekends and holidays.
The headset works with PC, Mac, and PS4. It has a microphone with a noise-canceling function. It automatically turns off when the bar is turned up. The hinge attachment of the earcups allows them to fit better to the user’s head, and the earpads with a filler made of foam material with a memory effect provide comfort even after prolonged wearing.[Also see Sennheiser Headset: Best for Gaming]
The reproduced frequency range of the headphones is 20-20 000 Hz, the sound pressure level is 117 dB. The frequency response of the microphone is 100-6300 Hz. The Sennheiser GSP 370 gaming headset would cost $199.95 and is listed on its official website.