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The new Sennheiser GSP 370 claims to offer up-to 100-hours of battery life as a wireless gaming headset. And when testing this claim in our review we not only found it to be true, but that each and every second offered the sort high-quality sound we've come to expect from Sennheiser.

And this is also a round about way of saying that sound quality wasn’t a major concern when unboxing the new Sennheiser GSP 370 – the new wireless offering from the renown audio company that sits on the upper-level of mid-range offerings with its local price-point of $349.95 AUD. Even though it’s the first wireless headset from the company that we’ve tested, on the sound quality front, it’s business as usual for Sennheiser. And business is good, with exceptional audio balance with distinct and clear low to mid to high frequency separation in addition to a crispness that never verges or enters the realm of discomfort or distortion.

Click Here to Read Our Full Sennheiser GSP 370 Review

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