Sennheiser is a household name well known for their audio products, so when I heard they wanted to send me over a pair of their gaming peripherals, I was excited to say the least. What I got my hands on is a pair of the GSP 300’s, their stab at somewhat affordable gaming headphones. I received the black and blue version, which together look great, but for those trying to color coordinate their whole setup might opt for the less-intrusive all-black GSP 301’s. There is also a white and black variant (my personal favorite), as well as a “Need…
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Great review – seems like a much better option than many of the similar options offered by companies that traditionally manufacture cheaply-made gaming products. With the options from someone like Sennheiser you’re at least getting an audio product by a company that makes audio products.
I’m still a bigger fan of using a product like a Modmic or similar options that work with headphones with removable cables. Not only does this option allow you to move between headphones, but if you’re mic dies it can be replaced rather than rendering your headphones useless for their intended use.
ModMic is great but it still suffers from the fact that it is a separate line and can be a little annoying to handle. When you get the signal amplified through a USB adapter or something along that line, it sounds soooo good though.
Yeah that is a very valid point. I know VModa once made a similar mic that worked with headphones that had a removable cable. It had a nice sleeved cable that nicely separated at each end. Reviews seemed good but I don’t know if it’s still around.
Now that I’ve used real headphones for years, something like this headset from a well-regarded audio company is all I’d consider.