EPOS | SENNHEISER GSP 370 wireless gaming headset | Review

I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing a previous EPOS gaming headset, so am delighted to now bring you my views on the GSP 370 wireless gaming headset, which sets you free of cables without compromising the quality.

There aren’t too many alternatives to the official PlayStation Wireless Headset that I can think of, but you only need one, the GSP 370 wireless gaming headset. I’ve never really been someone to use a headset when gaming, but I can’t go back now.

During the course of evaluating the GSP 370 gaming headset I’ve used both PS4 and PC. I’ve tested them on games such as The Last of Us Part II, a neat little point and click game known as Willie Morgan and the Curse of Bone Town, as well as with music and video. I’ve not been disappointed.

The bass quality and clarity on this headset during gaming is glourious. Voice acting is crystal clear and the music and atmosphere comes through so well it has the hairs standing on the back of your neck. It’s hard to find anything to fault during gameplay on the PlayStation 4. You simply plug in the included USB stick and the headset is good to go. The headset itself has a mic which you lower to speak and raise to mute. The same microphone also includes broadcast quality, advanced noise cancelling, so you’ll always come through crystal clear to your online team mates. What’s not to love?

If you are using the GSP 370 wireless gaming headset on PC, then you’ll be met with all manner of options to tweak the sound thanks to the EPOS Gaming Suite, which allows you to choose from a number of presets such as ESports, Music, Movie and Flat, allowing you to customise the sound to suit what you are listening too. In addition to this, you can also create your own preset, allowing for total flexibility.  Other options allow you to change the Playback Mode type, allowing for 2.0 or 7.1 surround sound. While you can also change the Reverberation levels to suit your style.

What’s also great about the headphones is that a single wireless charge lasts up to 100 hours; so no more having to find another set of headphones when your battery runs out halfway through a movie. It’s hard to find a headset with such a long period of battery life and as you know, this is crucial for gaming. There’s nothing worse than the battery running out on your headset or controller, so at least with these in your setup it’ll be one less thing you need to think about. There’s also a volume control on the side for convenience and as mentioned, the mic is on the other side, allowing you to lower it to talk and raise it to mute.

Perhaps the best thing of all about the GSP 370 wireless gaming headset is the design. They are so comfortable to wear, that you’ll forget you have them on your head. The soft memory foam ear cups provide hours of comfort without getting too warm. Thanks  to the shape they also have the added bonus of drowning outside noise, allowing for a quality listening experience. The rest of the headset is just as impressive. The same foam lines the top of the headset to ensure even more comfort and you can also adjust the sides by simply sliding them up or down, allowing for the perfect fit.

The headset build is very sturdy and feels like it is built to last a very long time. Being part of the unit, the mic isn’t flimsy and has no chance of flopping around or breaking off, so you can be assured if you buy this headset you are getting a high quality unit which is likely to last the generation.

I’m no audio snob, but I can tell you with confidence that the overall sound quality on the GSP 370 wireless gaming headset is outstanding. Whether you are gaming, listening to music or just want to feel immersed in a movie, you certainly won’t be diappointed.

Epos GSP 370


Final Score



  • Comfortable
  • Great Bass
  • High Quality Sound
  • Great Build Quality
  • Immersive Sound


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