Sennheiser introduces the GSP 370 Wireless Gaming Headset

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Sennheiser makes good stuff. I have a couple of their normal headphones for music and have owned their Game One headset a while back before deciding to sell it. No real complaints with any of them, but these days I look for an option with a replaceable mic. That's always been the first thing to go for me. Rocking Philips fidelio X2's currently with a Vmoda BoomPro. First BoomPro mic died on me after 3 years of faithful service. Bought a new BoomPro for 30 bucks and I'm back in action without having to replace/repair the whole headset. The only way I would buy a gaming headset in the future is if I didn't have a sound card and wanted a headset that had virtual surround/processing effects built in.
     
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    Thank you for sharing!
     
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    I just checked GSP 370 and read full review that you have shared, And after reading I have realized that this headset is a great choice for every avid gamer. But a bit confused! Actually, in the review, I haven't read a single word about Xbox, Actually I want to confirm that is this headset is compatible with Xbox, However, I recently bought Logitech G930 and thankfully it is compatible with Xbox one, please let me know is GSP 370 compatible with Xbox? So after Logitech G930, I will definitely consider GSP 370.
     

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