CES 2018: Sennheiser GSP 600 Gaming Headphones and 13-Speaker AMBEO 3D Soundbar Announced

Sennheiser GSP 600

Sennheiser has launched a wide range of products such as Sennheiser GSP 600 Gaming Headphones and 13-Speaker AMBEO 3D Soundbar at CES 2018. The GSP 600 has been equipped with an improved ergonomic design to cater to the requirements of a hardcore gamer and will be available at $249.95 by the end of January 2018. You can pre-order the headset from the official website of Sennheiser.

The company also previewed the upcoming AMBEO 3D Soundbar, which will be integrated with the 13-Speaker mechanism. However, we don’t have an exact timeframe for the launch of the soundbar.

The Sennheiser GSP 600 gaming headphones are exclusively designed for users who would like to play long gaming sessions. It features an all-new ear pad design, which is manufactured using ultra-deep memory foam. The headphones are perfectly shaped to suit the human ear and are designed to eliminate external noise.

The company has taken special precautions to prevent sound leakage, which is found in large size earpads. The GSP 600 is manufactured using leatherette, which is capable of resisting sweat and includes an adjustable headband to customize contact pressure. The advanced hinge system helps in a comfortable fit.

The Sennheiser GSP 600 ships with a new speaker system designed using aluminium voice coil speakers, which improves sub-bass range. Moreover, the headphones come with detailed high frequencies that can be easily controlled. The integrated microphone can be silenced by just lifting the boom arm. The volume rocker embedded into the ear cup enables you to adjust the volume levels to a great extent.

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The AMBEO 3D Soundbar will ship with the 13-Speaker system powered by virtual 5.1.4 sound, which is capable of delivering natural sounds irrespective of the work environment. The soundbar includes 6 woofers, five tweeters coupled with dual top-firing speakers. The upcoming soundbar will automatically detect walls and ceiling to produce sound based on the surrounding environment.

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