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Sennheiser 森海塞尔游戏/PC 音频放大器 7.1环绕声GSX 1000
- 卓越的沉浸感 – A 7.1 森海塞尔双声道渲染引擎可提供环绕声效果，为游戏、音乐和电影提供出色的音频性能
- 音频控制 – 单独调节游戏和通信音频
- 侧音 – 调整耳机中自己的声音的响度
- EQ 设置 – 故事，音乐，电子竞技，关闭/中性（用符号显示）
- 24 位立体声音频（HD） - 需要在 Windows 或 OSX 中设置
GSX 1000 是一款专为PC和Mac设计的USB音频扩音器。配备Sennheiser的双声道渲染引擎，采用开拓性7.1虚拟环绕声算法，在研发时充分考虑了专业游戏玩家的需求，提供卓越游戏音频体验及物理空间感受。GSX 1000 能精确控制游戏和通话声音，可在耳机和扬声器之间自由切换，沉浸式游戏。
森海塞尔正在塑造音频的未来 - 这是基于70年创新历史的愿景，也是不断追求卓越的动力，这已经融入进了森海塞尔的DNA和文化。 在全球范围内，我们的员工被不断追求完美声音的激情所推动，创造出超出预期的产品，并为音频设定了新的基准。
遇见Sennheiser GSX 1000
GSX 1000配备Sennheiser的双声道渲染引擎，采用开拓性7.1虚拟环绕声算法，在研发时充分考虑了专业游戏玩家的需求。采用直观的LED触摸屏和铝质音量调节环，可让您用指尖快速控制声音，并且不需要额外的驱动单元——这样您无需跳出游戏窗口来调整您的声音设置。借助GSX 1000在PC 或Mac上体验全新水平的环绕声效。
- 你知道吗？ 森海塞尔音频工程团队开发了新的双声道渲染引擎和7.1环绕声算法，以实现沉浸式游戏体验。
|GSX 1000||GSX 1200 PRO|
|USB标准||2.0 USB全速和1.0 USB音频||2.0 USB全速和1.0 USB音频|
|总谐波失真||0.005% THD||0.005% THD|
|耳机：频率响应||0 - 48.0 kHz||0 - 48.0 kHz|
|推荐耳机阻抗||16 - 150Ω||16 - 150Ω|
|耳机：最大输出电压||1 Vrms@ 32 Ω||1 Vrms@ 32 Ω|
|线路输出（AUX）：频率响应||1.5 - 48.0 kHz||1.5 - 48.0 kHz|
|线路输出（AUX）：最大输出电压||1 Vrms @ 10kΩ||1 Vrms @ 10kΩ|
|包装清单||GSX 1000音频放大器/ USB线缆/快速入门指南/安全指南||GSX 1200 PRO音频放大器/聊天线缆/ USB线缆/快速入门指南/安全指南|
With that said, I have one complaint regarding sound quality of microphone input. It does seem to have some built-in noise reduction, which is fine. What isn't fine is how the bitrate is limited to a low standard that cannot be changed within Windows' sound configuration menus. I have done recordings with my microphone plugged into the GSX and compared those to a small $5 external USB sound card. To my surprise, the $5 card's recording was much more clear, although it picked up more background sounds. I would expect a $200 device to have better recording capabilities. I suppose it's "good enough" for in-game communication, but it leaves more to be desired.
Fortunately, the rest of the GSX's features make up for this one drawback.
Update 05/29/2018 -
I have used this for about 6 months now. I've grown so accustomed to it that I forgot what bad audio sounds like. I play Overwatch a lot. At least 4-5 times a week for a couple hours at a time. I used to play on motherboard audio with Dolby Atmos enabled in-game. For poops and giggles I decided to give that a try again after using the GSX 1000 for 6 months. It was terrible going back to my old audio setup. Even though my headphones are still good. I use Sennheiser's G4me Zero headphones. Motherboard audio + Dolby Atmos sounded muffled like I was listening to the game through ear plugs in my ears. The GSX 1000 7.1 audio is so much more accurate as well as much crisper and cleaner sound. I can never game again without the GSX 1000. You don't know what you are missing until it is taken away. It is easier to tell the difference after using it for so long now.
Also be sure to read the manual. While it is plug and play you still have to configure a few things on your computer to make sure it is working properly and to the best of its ability. This thing is capable of 24 bit audio at 96KHz. I think when you first plug it in it defaults to 16 bit 48KHz. For 7.1 surround sound to work it needs to be on 24 bit 48Khz or lower settings. The 24 bit 96KHz option it has is for HD 2.0 Stereo only. I read up a lot on this product before purchasing and noticed a lot of audiophiles complaining about how this performs with music and most of them say you can buy a better DAC and Amp for cheaper. While I agree if you are only listening for music there are probably better and cheaper options like the FIIO products, but in Sennheiser's defense I really think the audio for music on this thing is incredible and still miles above motherboard audio. It has presets for movies, music, and FPS gaming. Make sure you select the music preset on it and it will sound a lot better for music. I think this thing will work on headphones up to 50 ohms. So it won't drive very high end headphones, but this thing wasn't designed for music. It was designed for gaming. The reason why you drop the money on this thing is because of Sennheiser's proprietary virtual 7.1 surround sound algorithms. Sure you can buy a nice DAC/amp that can drive 600 ohm headphones, but you will just have very high quality 2.0 stereo sound. Not 7.1 virtual surround sound. You could try Dolby Atmos to virtualize the surround sound, but it won't be nearly as good for gaming as this is since Sennheiser's 7.1 algorithms make it much easier to pinpoint the direction of the origin of a sound. This is crucial in competitive gaming. Imagine hearing footsteps on a nice DAC/amp with 600ohm headphones in 2.0 stereo. The sound quality of the footsteps are going to sound very high quality. You will definitely hear the footsteps, but you will have no idea what direction it is in. Throw dolby atmos into the mix for virtual surround sound. Now there is some directional assistance. Now you can tell the footsteps are behind you somewhere, but not accurate enough to know from which side behind you. Now add Sennheiser's 7.1 virtual surround sound. Now you can hear and know exactly where your enemies are as if you were in the game yourself being able to use your own natural hearing ability. This is why you buy this, because you want the best directional sound advantage. You won't find that anywhere else. I don't know why the haters of this product don't understand this. If you are only listening to music then go buy a FIIO DAC/amp for cheaper than the GSX 1000. The silly thing is though that although an arguably better DAC/amp for audio quality is cheaper than this. The headphones that you would want to pair it with are more expensive for HD audio. You probably have to spend $400 on the Sennheiser HD 600 headphones for a noticeable jump in audio quality over the Game Zero headphones for $250ish, so it is truly more expensive overall to go the audio quality only route.
To sum things up. If all you know is motherboard audio you will definitely not be disappointed in this product for everything. Especially gaming. This is the best gaming audio solution I have ever tried. It does great with music and movies too. This is a great all-in-one audio solution for everything you would need it for if all you know is motherboard audio. Make sure you have decent headphones. It probably won't do you too good if you only have $30 headphones. I'd recommend anything at least $100 or more from Sennheiser to get the right experience with the GSX 1000. I have the G4ME Zero model which are very good and you can probably find them cheaper now than when I bought them.
If you have already spoiled yourself with 300-600ohm HD audio headphones with other high end audio equipment then you will probably be disappointed sacrificing very good sound quality for great sound quality with great directional sound. (You will still sound like a baby though if you complain about it) However if money isn't an issue you could use the GSX 1000 as your virtual 7.1 driver and then use your own DAC/amp as a pass-through to drive your massive expensive HD audio headphones and you could probably get the best of both worlds from there.