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EPOS I Sennheiser GSP 600 – Wired Closed Acoustic Gaming Headset, Noise-Cancelling Microphone, Adjustable Headband with Customizable Contact…


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  • CLOSED ACOUSTIC GAMING HEADSET – The closed acoustic design and ergonomic ear pads designed for the best acoustic seal makes for excellent passive noise cancelation.
  • PROPRIETARY SPEAKER SYSTEM – Our advanced technology and proprietary transducers deliver competitive edge-boosting acoustic performance, with exceptional aural clarity.
  • FLIP-TO-MUTE MIC – A broadcast-quality, noise-cancelling microphone cuts out breathing and background noise with a convenient flip-to-mute feature. The sturdy, microphone with flexible boom arm adjusts for best voice pick up position.
  • ADJUSTABLE COMFORT – The padded headband features an adjustable pressure function for customizable fit. A solid metal hinge joint automatically angles the ear cups and the dual-material ear pads keeps the ears cool, provides passive noise attenuation and ensures comfort through long gaming sessions.
  • HIGH COMPATIBILITY – Compatible with PC, Mac, PS4, Xbox One and other consoles with 3.5 mm jack input (some Xbox One controllers may require Xbox One Stereo headset adapter, sold separately).
  • INTUITIVE VOLUME CONTROL – A built-in volume wheel on the right ear cup allows for quick on-the-fly adjustments while gaming. No need to tab out of your game to adjust the loudness of your audio.
  • BUILT TO LAST – High-quality materials are carefully selected and tested for durability and reliability. The solid metal hinge withstands repeated movements for sustainable longevity. The ear pads and cover plates are designed to be exchangeable and spares are available from the store.
  • WARRANTY – Rest easy with a 2-year EPOS Warranty with your purchase

Specification: EPOS I Sennheiser GSP 600 – Wired Closed Acoustic Gaming Headset, Noise-Cancelling Microphone, Adjustable Headband with Customizable Contact…


‎EPOS Gaming


‎GSP 600

Item model number

‎GSP 600

Hardware Platform


Item Weight

‎1.15 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎5.67 x 3.54 x 7.45 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5.67 x 3.54 x 7.45 inches




‎1 Lithium ion batteries required.


‎Demant Sound Epos Audio A/S

Country of Origin


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎January 9, 2018

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9 reviews for EPOS I Sennheiser GSP 600 – Wired Closed Acoustic Gaming Headset, Noise-Cancelling Microphone, Adjustable Headband with Customizable Contact…

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  1. Tom

    Let me put it this way. It’s expensive. But it’s also one of the best sounding pair of gaming headphones you’ll ever hear. This paired with a GSX 1000 amp is by far one of the best listening experiences I’ve ever had. In my LIFE.

    how can I be so sure? Because I’ve just spent the last month purchasing and returning about 7 headsets that all got good reviews and none of them can even hold a candle to the GSP 600.

    I am absolutely uncompromising when it comes to audio and let me tell you, as far as gaming headsets go these have some of the deepest bass, cleanest treble and balanced mids you will find anywhere.

    Paired with the GSX 1000 the surround is something you must experience to believe. I had a pair of Astro A40s and I thought their Dolby surround was pretty good. I can not believe how much better it is on these! Every channel is crisp and obvious which direction it represents.

    For gaming, music and movies these are unbeatable by any other gaming headset. You can use Dolby Atmos with these or Windows Sonic, just make sure to run them in stereo mode in windows.

    What’s more, while you’re in sterep, turn these up to 24 bit 96khz for some unreal high res sound.

    Mic is smooth, crisp and absolutely broadcast quality.

    Included are two cables, your classic Y PC splitter to 3.5mm and a cable for console to connect to your gamepad.

    If you are a self respecting gamer that demands only the highest fidelity, the cleanest comms and the best surround (with GSX amp or Atmos/Sonic) you owe it to yourself to get a pair of these.

    Just… Don’t leave the house with them. 😂🤣

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  2. Mike Schmidt

    I bought a Sennheiser headset specifically for sound a few months ago but since i’ve started getting into gaming I wanted something premium, crisp and audiophile worthy. This headset does just that.

    -Good crisp clear audio for gaming/music
    -soft ear cups for hours of gaming, doesnt make your ears sweat either
    -Microphone is premium, doesnt sound nasally very clear, noise cancelling is good
    – dedicated volume control on the right hand side of the headset, love it!
    -Noise isolating
    -has a PC and CONSOLE adapter for console players
    -Build quality is amazing and can take many drops

    -While very comfy it takes a while to find the right adjustments, can be very tight however during the first few days
    -Bulky and heavy
    -Doesnt have 7.1 but can easily be fixed by using audio amplifiers (E.G. GSX 1000)
    -Over expensive IMO

    Never less an overall amazing quality headset from sennheiser, should be atleast be 200 dollars at maximum not 300, I would recommend going a model under or waiting till a sale.

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  3. Jeff the aeroE

    The TLDR is that I changed to these from GAME ZERO (Razer gear before that) and the GSP 600 coupled with GSX 1000 is literally pinpoint accuracy in games, and it’s a notable improvement. It’s heavier, but if you set it up correctly it’s very comfortable, and the noise reduction is great. The only real downside is the price. Don’t forget to manually turn on the 7.1 from your computer’s sound control.

    It’s incredible, in games like fortnite I can tell where airdrops are from inside a building, or when someone sees me and tries to go around to get the drop on me I know exactly where they are. During a game of OW I could tell the location and direction of Hanzo’s ult, and avoid it before I could see it. It’s literally become my strongest tool in every FPS I play.

    I’ve tried a lot of headsets, and sennheiser is almost always the mot comfortable. This headset is heavier with the metal joints that add to it’s durability, but it’s still quite comfortable after you get it setup. Just make sure use the top contact adjuster for adjusting the strap on the top of your head (too low is too much pressure which causes fatigue, too high means it’s not touching which makes the ear cups overwork.) It’s not hot or sweaty, you can use this for hours without getting that annoying/painful feeling on your head some headsets cause. Just make sure you get the head strap setup correctly after adjusting the ears to the right length.

    I’ve had people in Discord and now Twitch chat tell me my mic is incredible. A better story and an extreme difference in price/product, my buddy had a cheap 7.1 headset, and it was annoying to listen to. It could get almost painfully loud or too quiet and I wasn’t the only one complaining, I was just the only one hearing it all the time. I convinced him to switch and my god it’s so smooth on my ears. Ironically he doesn’t sound anywhere near as whiny either. I’ve never met him in person but it’s changed my mental image of him.

    Noise Cancelling
    It’s incredibly well done. My wife has to tap me on the shoulder instead of yelling from downstairs. they’re coming out with an open headset for about 30 dollars less in a few weeks, so it’s very much personal preference. If you need to block out background noise you wont find better than these. If you need to hear what’s going on around you then you’ll want to wait for the 500s.

    7.1 in games and out
    It’s really well done. It’s a bit hard to describe the difference but when you use something like the GSX 100 to turn it on and off it’s a stark contrast. You basically go from an immersive in the game/video experience to feeling like your watching TV. I’ve gravitated towards watching my shows on the computer instead of on the large Samsung in the other room.
    ***YOU DO have to set it up manually, right click your audio device and once you select the headset the lower left corner has a configure buttons, select 7.1 and make sure everything is checked off. The instructions don’t mention this, but if you need a walkthrough instruction for other headsets by Sennheiser or even the GSX 100 will get you there.

    Sounds quality
    I’m not going to get technical but it’s phenomenal, this is what Sennheiser is known for. The bass is deep and the sound is so rich and smooth, you wont go back.

    The ear cups can indeed come off (per the instructions) though it’s a bit of work. The mic seems short but it hasn’t effected how people hear me other than I never hear myself breathing in it.

    For people using these plugging into a standard computer sound board, the accuracy of where sounds are coming from will be lower. A lot of games now enable a good deal of sound accuracy without a 7.1 emulator. If the GSX is too pricy with this headset but you want more accuracy from a particular game you’ll want to look into either a bitter sound board (which can also be pricey) or a dolby 7.1 emulator chip that this headset can plug into that would then plug into a USB port.

    A headset like this *might* be considered overkill for just a console (though it works with both). The mic and quality of sound will still be there however so it depends on your situation.

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  4. Robert Jutras

    Le sons est de haute qualité. Parfait pour des jeux comme battlefield,Anthem… Facile à utiliser il n’y a pas 3000 boutons inutile. Le sons du micro est bien mais pas toujours parfait parfois mes contacts entend un petit grichement. J’ai changer de manette en croyant peux être que cela arrangerait se petit défaut mais rien ne change. Donc mystère. Comparer à mon turtle beach 500 sans fil je le trouve mieux adapter point vue confort et surtout pour la qualité du sons exceptionnelles.
    Donc je le recommande sans hésiter.

    Point fort
    Qualité du sons
    Facile à utiliser

    Point faible
    Coût du casque élevé
    Petit grichement de temps en temps avec le micro.

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  5. Asylum Escapee

    The sound quality on these are amazing but as long as you like close back headsets, they are comfortable. The stitching on both ear pads failed a few weeks ago but i can’t afford to buy new ones atm so this is what I’m stuck with. Their warranty explicit states they don’t cover accessory pieces such as ear cushions/padding stuff. I had these for just over 7 months before these $250 headphones did this.

    I take care of my equipment as best as I can because I can’t afford to just replace stuff left and right. I save up and buy what my research at least tells me is great stuff regardless of the price because I want it to last. These headphones don’t even lay on my table when I am done using them. I place them on a padded hanger so there is no chances of them getting damaged. Will never trust another sennheiser product.

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  6. Tamem I.

    Overall this is nice sounding headset but I expected the quality to be a lot better. My hyperx headset held for 2 years! this thing started to fall apart after 6 months! come on sennheiser, what are you guys doing?? expected top quality.

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  7. namco

    Starting off, these headphones are kinda small. I don’t see how so many people claim they are so big. They also claim they are “Average”. I didn’t know average size was below 5 feet…. I am 5’10 with a large head. Some people also claim it hurts their head. Seems to me they don’t know how to adjust fitment.

    So. I get the package, I open it. I pull them out, and start to try to find the right fit. I adjust each side one by one to get the cups over my ears. STOPPING THERE would be a mistake, as at that point the top band is too tight on the head. I then go one more click on each side. This makes the top band merely REST on my head, as apposed to forcing down upon it. I wore these headphones today for the first time for over 4 hours while gaming, watching movies, and listening to music to test them out. My head DID NOT get hot like people claim (nor my ears). They were very comfy. The weight isn’t a big deal. They are only like 50-80 grams heavier than my Beyerdynamic DT990 premiums (600 ohm version).

    In terms of audio quality, I am kinda of spoiled as my sound card is modified with new capacitors and custom soldered burr brown opamps. That mixed with these headphones, makes for a damn nice combo. Compared to the DT990 premiums, the sennheiser being closed back headphones, have better bass and even punchier mid bass. Compared to sennheiser 598’s, these surpass the 598’s in quality AND comfort. Granted, the 598’s are open back just like the dt990’s. Comparing once again to sennheiser hd700’s, these have better bass as they are closed back compared to the 700’s open back, but the 700’s top end is much softer and nicer, where as the gsp 600 have kind of a harsh top end. To me, this is easily remedied by bumping up the bass just a little bit at 32hz and 60hz. Comparing AGAIN to akai profession 50x headphones (which are closed back like these) the akai have better bass but the top end is severely lacking the the highs seem like they are missing, while the gsp 600 are slightly harsh. All in all for the price, you are definitely getting quality. Anyone complaining they sound bad, are either using a cheap sound card or worse, on-board from a cheap motherboard.

    In terms of microphone quality, the only comparison i can make is VS the mod mic 5. In terms of how well the microphones pick up sound, the gsp 600 microphone seems to definitely pick up sound a lot easier, which means when using technology to mute background noises, it works more efficiently. Using my sound card for noise reduction, it works perfectly and makes me sound crystal clear, where as doing the same on the mod mic required me to also use acoustic echo cancellation…. these don’t need it! So far on discord, they have noticed i sound a lot clearer, as well as picking up more of the low end of my voice, where the mod mic seemed to lack the bass-y-ness of my voice. So all in all a nice clear mic so people can hear me clearly and correctly.

    All in all I give this headset a 5/5. I was looking for a headset for gaming, as I have been constantly using studio grade headphones with the mod mic 5…. the studio headphones ive owned are mostly open back, meaning everyone can hear what i hear, and i can hear whats going on in the room. With these I can focus on the game more.

    Some people noted that when they use the mic, they find themselves talking louder because they cannot hear themselves due to the sound isolation, me personally i only notice this issue if there is dead silence. if there is any kind of sound going through the headset, i don’t even notice that i can’t hear myself because usually when you are listening to a game’s sounds, you don’t anyway! Any issues people have are personally on them. The point of this headset is to use the earcups for the main force to hold them on your head. As I said, I have a large head, I don’t have to adjust the “special” adjusters on the top as they are already tight. Changing that top two bands results in the ear cups pressing onto my head even harder than needed. A smaller head person would probably do a click or two, and a child three or four setting.

    I would recommend these for gaming, music, and movies, with a proper sound card. Sennheiser recommends that you buy their 1000 or 1200 external dac, to properly drive the headphones in terms of “quality”, not so much that they are “hard to drive” as even a cell phone can drive these headphones.

    I would LOVE for sennheiser to make a super crazy pair, using the same mic, but having the quality of their elite tier (hd600 or better), maybe lighter weight (not a big deal but many seem to complain) and maybe include a shorter cable. My sound card has an external volume control that i plug all my headphones/mics into, which sits less than 3 feet from me. A super short headphone cable would suit me well…..

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  8. Gabriel y Ale

    Calidad de sonido excelente, incluso mejor que los Sennheiser Game Zero podría decir. Son muy cómodos y se adaptan a cualquier tamaño (yo tengo la cabeza grande y no tengo problema en usarlos). Las almohadillas son muy cómodas y te permiten tener los audífonos puestos por horas.

    La calidad del micrófono también es excelente, además de tener la función de cerrar el micrófono cuando lo subes, para total comodidad.

    El único detalle de estos audífonos son el mismo detalle de todos los Sennheiser aquí en México, es imposible conseguir repuestos de almohadillas, en ninguna tienda física las venden y se rehusan a traerlas de USA, en ese aspecto Sennheiser es una verdadera decepción.

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  9. justin sauer

    Sounds good, expected from Sennheiser cans.
    However the build quality is lacking.
    The metal joints are great, the slider clip on the cans broke about 2 months in and has to be tapped together.(didnt drop them or anything, seems to have split where the plastic clam shells connect).
    Headphone padding stitching has failed 4 months in on the left and recently the right has failed resulting in the foam being exposed and shifting/ falling out.
    Cup size is awkward for anyone with normal to large ears.
    As someone who has owns multiple Sennheiser headphones and headsets this one has been the only one I have disliked and have had build quality issues with.
    For the price point id go with the G4ME series or the PC series. Possible just look into a Mod Mic with a HDXXX cans also. The GSP series just feel like a marketing ploy to target gamers and cut corners.

    Look cool, sounds great, design feels cheap as hell.

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