With a parsimonious price tag and all the makings of the best gaming headsets going, the Sennheiser GSP 370 is the cream of the mid-range wireless can crop. Perhaps even dangerously so for its manufacturer, who inadvertently created a wireless headset nigh-on the quality and capabilities of the premium Sennheiser GSP 670 – but for half the price.
The Sennheiser GSP 370 follows the usual Sennheiser gaming headphones strata: sturdy and snug. Noticeably slimmer than the premium lineup, the GSP 370 follows in the footsteps of the wired GSP 350 and settles for a slightly pared-back design with only slight touches of that tell-tale premium Sennheiser flair. It also disposes of the bright colours of the wired entry-level kit in favour of a moulded grey and black finish.
The GSP 370 weighs just 285g, considerably less than the GSP 670 at 398g. With less onus on the adjustable band to distribute quite so much weight across your cranium, the slender fit makes for a far more ergonomic design, which your ears will thank you for over lengthy periods of wear, and helped along by plush suede-like/leatherette ear cups.