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Sennheiser's Latest Headphones Are Warm Beds For Your Ears

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If you're a gamer, music appreciator, or anybody who uses a headset for more than five minutes a day, then you should immediately consider purchasing Sennheiser's latest GSP 302 Closed Acoustic Gaming Headset.

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I would like to first praise the ear cushions. They quite entirely feel like little warm leather clouds for your ears. I actually have a rather large bone to pick with modern headphones companies on account of how uncomfortable most high-quality headphones are these days. Any audio-saturated event is bound to leave the ears and temples gasping for air by the end. The first time I wore these Sennheiser headphones for longer than 4 hours, I took them off and didn't feel even a remote sigh of relief from my temples. This is how headphones should be.

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The GSP 302 Headset also is rather light, weighing in at 290g, or 0.63 lbs. Wearing these will result in an experience complete with quality Sennheiser sound, yet without a distracting weight on your head. The noise-cancelling microphone will make your teammates happy on whichever platform you're playing: PC, Mac, PS4, or mobile and tablet gaming.

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The niftiest feature on these is the volume wheel cap on the right ear. If I am in the middle of an intense team fight, where even a glance away can cost us the game, I can just reach up and twist the volume a little louder to listen for those footsteps outside of the house that I'm barricaded in. While it is a small add-on to these headphones, I have become addicted to this extra aspect of the hardware and I probably can't live without it now.

 

Do your ears a favor. Check out the GSP 302 Headset.

Brandon Driver

Coming from a background in the digital financial sector, Brandon Driver loves learning and writing about the latest in technology and science, especially as it relates to the high-end market. He also covers events, news, people, places and the best news in the affluent world. With a talent for words, a double Bachelor’s degree and a passion for New Media, Driver reports in from Las Vegas, Nevad...(Read More)

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