Sennheiser GSP 300 Closed Acoustic Gaming Headset Review

GSP 300

Today, with a big thanks to Sennheiser, we will be taking a good look at the GSP 300 Closed Acoustic Headset. Sennheiser has lately started producing more and more gaming headsets, such as the G4ME ZERO pairing top quality Sennheiser audio with gaming practicality and comfort, and it was only time that they expanded on their gaming range.


The GSP 300 is the entry level gaming headset of the GSP range from Sennheiser priced at USD$99.95. Comparing this with other ‘entry level’ gaming headsets, the GSP 300 comes in at a lot more, but a pair of headphones from Sennheiser? Come on, the audio is going to great, if not top notch.

For those that take their fun seriously, Sennheiser has created the GSP 300, a closed acoustic headset in a new fresh design for gamers ready to level up. Fitted with luxurious XL memory foam ear pads, the new GSP 300 delivers best-in-class comfort and improved ambient noise isolation, leaving you undisturbed and focused during your gaming sessions.

The GSP 300 is equipped with an aviation-inspired split headband which reduces pressure for the best comfort and fit even during long gaming sessions. The superior fit is further assured by a clever ball-joint hinge that makes it easy to perfectly angle the speakers to suit your face shape.

For the ultimate team performance, the GSP 300 is equipped with a broadcast quality noise-cancelling microphone that minimizes background noise, and a short boom arm that cuts out breathing sound for clearer in-game communication. To mute, simply lift the boom arm and you’re off the air!


Let’s dive straight in and take a look at the GSP 300’s technical specifications:

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