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For those familiar with the Sennheiser gaming headset range (as seen with the excellent EPOS | Sennheiser GSP 670) this co-branding and co-development with the audio wizards at EPOS is about to come to an end. In that the EPOS division is ready to go it alone with a new range of gaming headsets set to debut later in the year with a focus on "The Power of Audio".

Highlighted in this very cinematic and stylish video.

EPOS, now a newly formed company, is dedicated to creating "high-end audio equipment for Gaming and Enterprise Solutions". And in that sense the current GSP range it hand a hand in will still be sold as EPOS | Sennheiser products. A range that we've grown to love over the years - reviewing the GSP 500, GSP 550, GSP 370 Wireless, and GSP 670 Wireless.

Jeppe Dalberg-Larsen, President, EPOS, says, “With our ambition to make EPOS the industry leader within premium audio solutions in gaming, we aim to win the minds of all gamers who want to push their own limits – unleashing their potential – through the Power of Audio. We have seen a great opportunity to nurture this segment by establishing a dedicated global team of industry experts and will continue to innovate solutions for an immersive audio experience. With audio becoming a key agenda in the industry, we look forward to follow the global gaming landscape evolve even further the coming years.”

The first major EPOS only branded headset is set to debut in October 2020 - and as a follow-up to the GSP range, no doubt it will be something to watch. Or, hear.

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