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The Sennheiser GSP 670 wireless gaming headset is designed for those with an ear towards quality. Namely, the sort of audiophile that would refuse to be in the same room as a soundbar let alone listen to music or watch a film on one. Ahem. Anyway, even going in knowing that the GSP 670s were desgned for high-end gaming - we were still blown away.

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Anyway, this is all a roundabout way to bring us to the new Sennheiser GSP 670 wireless offering from the renown hardware company which boasts an audiophile approach to game audio. With an affordable price to match its audiophile claims. Even though it’s, yeah, expensive for a gaming headset – $500 AUD is not that much when it comes to the world of high-end audio.

The big question for the GSP 670 then becomes – can you really hear the difference between this and, say, a headset that is half the price? The answer is simple. Yes, you most certainly can.

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