Summary: This is perfect for the purpose - really excellent gaming headset but you cannot use it for normal headphone use or for use with a telephone which is a bit silly. It would have made a lot more sense to make it multifunctional at no extra cost and with no loss of utility.
Summary: They really look great and sound great but they don’t sound amazing which is what I actually expected. The mid and high frequencies were great but I felt that the bass was underwhelming. However these are the some really comfortable gaming head phones, in fact the most comfortable I have ever worn. You can wear them for hours and hours without the usual aches. The external sound suppression is superb.
Summary: This is an expensive pair of headphones for what some would regard as 'mere games'. But having used them for a month, not only for games but for listening to music and speech, also as communications I think that they are worth pretty much what you pay for them. Of course there are always going to be cheaper headsets - but if you are going to wear them for a long time then you want: (1) Excellent sound quality and (2) superb comfort.
Summary: Sennheiser know how to pull out all the stops when they want to, and for the G4ME ZERO headset they pretty much have. The headset comes packaged in a very nice box, with a luxurious travel case included in case you like to keep things tidy if you travel to LAN events and so on. Because yes, this headset is marketed as being for 'pro gamers'. The headset itself is well thought out and well constructed.
Summary: I got these for my Husband who is heavily into FPS. He has told me that they are really comfortable owing to the tailored leatherette ear phones which have double layered memory foam on the pads which are adjustable to fit your jaw and head. They block outside noise really effectively so you can concentrate on whatever game you are playing. They feature crystal clear conversation with professional noise cancelling microphones.
Summary: These headphones look the business and come with a very swanky zip-up case, but how do they fare when it comes to sound? I play a lot of Battlefield 4 on PC so used this as my basis for this review. I carried out a direct comparison against 2 other models of Sennheiser headphone/headset - A pair of HD 428s, and the PC 151. To summarise... - PC 151 - Headset with mic, retailing at around £60 at time of writing. I'm onto my second pair after tripping over the lead (oops).
Summary: Some say the earpads are so soft they must be made from kittens' tummy fur. Others say the sound quality is so good they must be made from the biblical Horns of Jericho. All we know is that the sound quality of the G4ME ZERO absolutely kicks ass. The sound quality is EXCELLENT - easily the best headset I've ever tried, though I haven't tried that many. Lets be clear - I am not an audiophile.