With the addition of both the EPOS | Sennheiser GSP 601 and EPOS | Sennheiser GSP 602 models adding some colour to the GSP 600 series we take a look at the wired gaming headset option and discover that the "refreshing and funky look" pairs well with the "the same audio excellence that has made the GSP line something to savour".
With the GSP 600s closed design, the frequency response is akin to what you might see referred to as HD-audio. And on that note, as we do with most gaming headsets, we initially tested the overall balance and response through lossless music playback across a range of genres (in this case, via the GSX 300). Obviously this is the sort of kit designed for playing Rainbow Six Siege or DOOM Eternal or World of Warcraft, but music playback offers the clearest baseline for how nuanced audio can be. The answer here being... very. Again, the GSP 600 series features a wide, crisp, and detailed range that carries over to games -- where all that extra detail can be heard in everything from sound effects to background music in cut-scenes.
Our Full EPOS | Sennheiser GSP 600 Gaming Headset Series Review