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  1. I wanted to write a review, not just about these headphones, but comparing them to the G4ME ZERO. I originally purchased the G4ME ONE, and upon waking up the next day, realized I bought the wrong ones. I wanted the closed version. So I ordered the ZEROs right away, and within a couple days I had $400 worth of headphones sitting on my desk.First off, both sound absolutely fantastic paired with an adequate amplifier. I gave the ZEROs a good test run with a couple long gaming sessions and listening to some tunes. I was impressed by the quality of the sound, they sounded great. Gaming is where I ran into trouble. I typically use closed headphones, but I’ve always used cheaper ones, which don’t isolate the sound as well as higher quality headphones. Games sounded great, but talking to teammates was very troublesome. They are so well isolated, I can’t hear myself talking. At all. Plug your ears with your fingers and try holding a conversation with someone, exactly like that. Even enabling the stereo mix setting that allows you to quietly hear yourself through the mic, it wasn’t enough. I just could not stand it. Enter the G4ME ONE.I finally unboxed my G4ME ONEs today and plugged them in. The sound quality is close on both, but these seem to be a bit cleaner, especially on the lows. On the ZEROs, bass felt ever so slightly „detached“ from the mids, if that makes any sense. On the ONEs, the frequencies seem to blend better. They’re outstanding. Mids and highs are crystal clear, bass is clean and punchy but not boomy at the extreme low end. They sound very natural all around.One small con about both headsets, is that the volume wheel on the right ear cup doesn’t go to 0 volume. It only goes down to about 25% volume, which is a little irritating if you want to quickly silence your headset.A few other differences between the two is that the ONEs are an all-plastic design, whereas the ZEROs have a metal rod connecting the ear cups to the headband. How much that actually adds to the structural integrity, I don’t know. The ZEROs also come in a carrying case (that nobody in their right mind would use) and so the ear cups rotate 90 degrees to fit into the case. The ONEs only rotate a few degrees, which is fine for me. The ZEROs win hands down in comfort; it’s like soft, leather-wrapped pillows around your ears, and they’re large, but my ears got very hot very fast (and I was wearing them in a ~55-60 degree house). The ONEs have slightly smaller felt cups and are a little denser but no temperature issues. Other than that, they’re very similar.In summary, the ZEROs would be ideal if you’re just listening to music (but then why are you buying a headset?), and the heat isn’t an issue for you. For all around use, the ONEs are the clear winner here, at least in my opinion. The sound is incredible and slightly better than the ZERO, they’re plenty comfortable, and if you need to talk or hear a fire alarm going off, you can. They don’t suffer from the heat issues and feel reasonably durable.Overall, very, very happy.ZERO Pros: – The most comfortable headphones I’ve ever put on my head. – Excellent sound isolation.ZERO Cons: – Excellent sound isolation. So good that it becomes a problem to talk. – They get VERY hot, very fast.. no breathability.ONE Pros: – Ever-so-slightly richer and more fluid sound. – I can hear myself talk. – Ears stay nice and coolONE Cons: – Because of the open design, you can hear the outside world pretty clearly.. but this is to be expected. – Slightly firmer, slightly smaller ear cups. Fabric (microfiber?) instead of the amazing leather-wrapped heavenly marshmallows in the ZEROs. Still very comfy though.Both Pros: – Unbelievable sound quality. – High quality braided cord, doesn’t tangle. – Mic conveniently turns off/on when you flip it up/down.Both Cons: – Volume wheel only goes from ~25%-100%, not down to 0%.I have mine paired with a Sound Blaster Z sound card. Do not, I repeat, *DO NOT* try to run these without an aftermarket sound card, they WILL sound terrible. The onboard audio controller on motherboards does not supply enough power to drive them adequately, and is often accompanied by a fair amount of electrical interference. And don’t cheap out and buy a $20 sound card either, those typically don’t offer any more amplification than onboard audio.UPDATE (9/2017): After about 2.5 years (warranty is 2 years), the fabric on one of the ear cups split at the seam. See attached photo. Bummer. Sennheiser does sell replacements (Model HPZ 26) but I don’t have a clue how you’re supposed to put them on. Unlike other headphones, these seem to be permanently fixed.

  2. I just wanted to take the time to say this product is outdated the new G4ME Zero Cans on the Sennheiser site are 50 ohm not the 150 ohm shown here you no longer need an amp to push these cans, This was also confirmed with an email to Sennheiser Shown Below. Now Amazon needs to get the new Zeros, they want $250 on the Sennheiser site i’ll just wait for the updated Zero’s to hit Amazon.New reply for the ticket #TS100053799Yes the G4ME ZERO latest versions are now down to 50 ohms therefore bypassing the need of an amp. True the PC363D and G4ME ONE headsets are only offered in open back design.Zachary Marquis#TS100053799Sennheiser USA Tech SupportThank you,Sennheiser Support TeamHours: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm EDTReply, Reply All or Forward | More

  3. These are great headphones if you work from a bit of a noisy home or office and have put up with bad headsets long enough.I am a busy dad who works in a home office. We have kids playing and yelling, practicing piano, running in and out of the house. After using the very lightweight and cool Plantronics Encore H101N for a decade, I decided I wanted something better for listen to music and edit audio and video while cutting down on the household background noise. These headphones have been perfect for that. It’s also hand to flip up my mic to auto-mute it when my wife or kid come in to talk to me, they can also tell when it’s up that it’s safe to talk. It makes sneaking in lunch while listening to a boring conference call easier and safer – no more questioning whether my mute is on or not. I may go back and use my Plantronics during warmer weather, but fall, fall, and spring will find me wearing my GAME ZEROs.I bought these and the GAME ONEs to compare them and ended up keeping these GAME ZEROs. I’ll admit the GO open back headphones sound a bit better, especially with the the Dolby 7.1 enabled through the USB dongle, but that dongle is available for purchase seperately. Sound stage is on the GAME ONEs is amazing, but these are pretty good. I’m not a heavy gamer but I’m happy in these. If I was a fanatic and had a smaller head, I’d keep the GOs. My wife likes the GOs as they are cooler and she can hear what the kids are up to better than the isolation of the GAME ZEROs when shes working. My ears get a little warm in the GZs, but I just turn down the heat 2 degrees and I’m fine. Works great in winter. The mic is great for Skype or other voice calling, and I am on monsterously long VOIP calls – sometimes 6-8 hours. The GAME ZEROS are never uncomfortable even for that length of time. I recommend a small phone wind screen over the microphone to cut down on popping noises from splosives. I really appreciate a removable cable that enables me to listen to my iOS devices.. it works great. It’s missing the 3-button control, but it does have a volume dial on the right ear cup and also the flip up mic mute. I can live with that. These are better than the GOs for larger dad-size heads, or if you just like super comfy cans. The GOs cause head pain after wearing for 1-2 hours. I do prefer the velour ear cup fabric over the hotter ‚leather‘ of the GZ, but Sennheiser tech support explained the ‚leather‘ is necessary for sound isolation. I agree with this. If you really want the velour cups you can order them seperately as they’re interchangeable between models.. The auto-mute when you flip up the mic is perfect for long conference calls when you need to be sure the mic is off to talk to someone in the room with you or eat lunch. No more wondering if the mute is really on. The noise cancelling feature works fine, minimizing background sounds, but not eliminating them completely.I bought these as the same time as the GAME ZEROs and decided to keep the them and return GAME ONEs for the following reasons: 1 – The GZs fold flat 2 – The GZs have removable cable, including a shorter IOS compatible cable 3 – The GZ ear cups are bigger. Yuge! They feel like Cadillacs on your head. Heavenly. The GZs are more comfortable overall, except for heat. 4 – Closed backs. Audio is actually better on the GO, but I can do with a little less spacial fidelity when I need to get work done or listen to a conference call while my daughter practices piano in the adjacent room.I’m a busy dad who works remotely from home.If you have a fully size manly head and can turn the heat down a little so your ears don’t overhead and work in a busier home or office, go with the GAME ZEROs.If you’re wondering if $200 is too much for a good headset, wonder no more. It is. You deserve them. It’s a small favor you deserve for being chained to a desk all day. The only other headset that is more comfortable is the Bose QC-25. That’s mainly because they are lighter and have better digital audio processing. But they cost $100 more, require a batter to get the better sound, and frankly the Sennheiser mic is better due to its position, size, and noise cancelling design. If you want‘ super lightweight and need noise cancellation, get the Bose. If you can live with the slightly more weight, better mic, and sure muting, get the Sennheiser Game Zero.

  4. Sennheiser quality at a Sennheiser price… I like these a lot. I only wish I could find a sound card with a decent sidetone mixer. You can’t hear yourself talk… (Not the fault of the headset. They work perfectly) I like the flip up mute although I sometimes forget it is up and talk to myself for a min or two… Comfortable soft ear cups. Not too hot but they are leather and they are on your skin. Construction is solid, but I would still treat them with respect. I have not hand any issues with screws coming loose as others have reported. The swivels make it fit well but one handed donning is more challenging, not impossible… sound quality is superb. I don’t really notice any emphasis in the response. It seems even across the audio spectrum. (not super bassy or tinny). I use for gaming and audio. They work well in my 3D games with respectable imaging, I think that has more to do with the sound card / processor. Don’t get these if you don’t like people sneaking up on you… They do a decent job of blocking out the surrounding sounds. I want a set of Game One’s too so I can play and hear people around me…

  5. I have been playing games for many years online via Xbox and have always used my surround sound and stock headset. I liked hearing my surround for the game and only the chat through the headset. Of course all of my friends had Turtle Beaches, and similar headsets for years and always said they makes difference. Knowing Sennheiser quality from using their studio headsets (even the cheap $20 sets offer affordable sound quality) I wanted to give these a try.I thought it would be strange to have an open back design in a headset, but it is very nice, breathable and comfortable. Although I haven’t used these much yet the little I have I could tell a huge difference! I adjusted the Xbox settings to have everything come through the headset. The new remake of COD wasn’t coming through my surround sound like the old games would clearly. With these I could hear which direction sounds were coming from and a ton of detail that I was loosing through my surround.The sound detail from these are crisp and clear. Exactly what I would expect from Sennheiser! The velvet ear covers are very comfortable and the headset itself is very light. This will be nice for long hours of game play or retract the boom for music listening. The mic boom has a bendable section which can be adjusted to your liking. And the red on black has a very classy and sophisticated look.I highly recommend this headset for anyone looking for a quality headset that looks great, is light/comfortable and that has amazing sound quality! There is no comparing these to the stock headset and surround sound. These out perform those on every aspect!I will update this review later if anything changes as I use these more.**NO NEED FOR ADAPTERS!!**One thing I want to add as I had seen in other reviews. My headset came with two audio adapter cords which plug into the bottom of the left ear cup. The one cord is as you see in the pictures with the dual output. One for the mic and one for the headphones. The other adapter eliminates the need for an adapter when going to an Xbox One controller. This is a single cord coming out of the headset and it has a single 3.5mm 4 pole male plug that connects directly to the Xbox One controller with the 3.5mm headset plug. So no need to purchase additional adapters like the older units and other reviews!!

  6. If you were trying to find a good pair of gaming headphones like me and search all over…LOOK NO FURTHER! THE Sennheiser Gaming One headset is a really great buy for anyone looking to get best quality in construction and sound quality! The fit is very comfortable and has a wide adjustment for any size head. I wear glasses when I play and these headphones don’t squeeze them into my skull like most headphones do. ALSO this product comes with TWO cables: one cable that 3 meters that splits into separate sound and mic, and other that goes straight to 3.5mm audio/mic (for Xbox One, ps4 or mobile devices). Both cabels are braided and are built to last! The headset is also very loud! I had mine plugged into my Xbox One controller and only set the volume to 1/4th the way and it was perfect. You can crank these puppies UP! My only complaint is that I can’t get sound when I plugged the 3.5mm to my phone (I think it’s because of the mic) but the split cable works when I use just the headphone side only. Over all a really nice headset for anyone who wants to upgrade their gaming sessions.

  7. Genuine Sennheiser cable in factory packaging. A bit pricey compared to Sennheiser website (19.99 US) but they always seem to be out of stock. Would highly recommend!

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