Summary: This has been a very unique audio experience for me. I stumbled across an insane deal on this headset, so I though I would give them a swing.
Comfort: As an owner of quite large ears, I can say these are the first to fit entirely around my ears.
Pros: comfort, closed with open feel, mic, volume dial
Summary: I just grabbed the Sennheiser G4me Zero. It isn't remotely similar to the PC 360 as mentioned elsewhere, apart from the basic shape and approach. The Zero is a closed headphone, while the PC 360 (and G4me One) is open.
Pros: Comfort, isolation, solid musicality, good positioning for a closed can, good mic
Cons: Less competitive in terms of positioning than an open headphone, an amp is needed to make them sound their best
Summary: Well worth the AU$250 I paid. I liked them so much I bought 2.
Padding is AWESOME! Both, around the ear (my ears fit snugly inside) and the padding over my head. I can happily game for hours and not have a skull pain. This was very important to me.
Pros: comfortable, adjustable headset for both listening to music and gaming
Cons: i had an issue where sound would randomly drop off on the speaker that houses the microphone
Sennheiser G4ME SERIES G4ME ZERO Gaming Headset Review – Newest Noise Blocking Headset For Professional Gamers
26 February 2014
Summary: To begin, the overall comfort of the G4ME ZERO is excellent, you can immediately feel the multi-layer memory-padding bound within the leather on the ear cups. Similar to the U320 multi-platform gaming headset, Sennheiser has again outdone themselves in terms of comfort.
Excerpt: When Sennheiser contacted me to see if I would be interested in reviewing their top of the line gaming headset it was an easy decision especially after reviewing the G4ME One gaming headset. I was very impressed with the G4me O...
Pros: Great Build Quality, Super Comfortable, Great Mic
Cons: Needs External Amp For Optimum Performance, Additional Cables Need Purchased For Console Use
Summary: The Sennheiser G4ME ZERO arrived in sleeved box with a rather simple, but elegant design. Which is exactly how I’d describe the headset itself, with its gloss white and black combined with the red highlights, the G4ME ZERO has that typical understated German sense of style (even though it was...
Excerpt: 4 Flares 4 Flares × Today we are going to take a look at another gaming headset from Sennheiser, the G4ME Zero. Like the G4ME One we reviewed recently, this model is targeted at the premium segment of the gaming market and commands a premium price.
Gaming headphones which tick all the right boxes for a realistic experience
Good Gear Guide.au
23 November 2013
Summary: The Sennheiser G4ME Zero over-ear headphones are a gamer’s delight. They are capable of reproducing highly detailed, crisp and clear sound, which combine with a comfortable noise-canceling design and high volume output to offer an immersive gaming experience.
Pros: Detailed, crisp and clear sound, High volume output, Volume management, Comfortable for long use
Cons: Noise canceling design creates warmth, Minor loss of clarity at high volumes