Impedance: 145000 Ω
Cyber Acoustics ACM-7002
Weight: 0.11 g
|Headset (integrated/enclosed microphone)||yes|
|Microphone type||Boom microphone|
|Microphone sensitivity||-41.0 dB|
|Microphone frequency||10 - 15000|
|Colour of product|
|Frequency range||15 - 26000|
|Total harmonic distortion (THD)||1.0 %|
|Simulated surround sound||yes|
|3.5 mm/6.3 mm adapter included||yes|
|Type of connector||3.5mm|
Digital optical input
The Sennheiser GSP 300 delivers high-quality audio with a simple setup, a comfortable design and a pretty good microphone.
Gamers will be happy to get a good all-around headphone that won't make their eyes bleed.
A couple design choices keep this headset from being superb.
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The Sennheiser GSP 300 jettisons the bells and whistles in favor of a better executed package. How does it stack up to the competition?
Excellent and affordable Sennheiser quality makes this headset a great choice for any platform - despite a slightly wobbly design and a limited feature set.
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Sennheiser returns with the GSP 300s, a solid option if you're looking for a 3.5 mm compatible headset on a budget.