15 Hz - 28 kHz
Black / Red
Active Noise Cancelling
Sensitivity at 1 V RMS
- OPEN DESIGN. NO SWEAT
- Air is led through to your ears, keeping your head light and cool.
- HI-FI SENNHEISER SOUND
- Excellent hi-fi sound, reproduced exactly the way the game developers intended your game to sound.
- XXL EAR PADS
- Plush velvet ear pads for ultimate comfort and plenty of space around your ears.
- SENNHEISER TRANSDUCER TECHNOLOGY
- Extreme clarity and accurate, developed at our own labs.
- NOISE-CANCELING MICROPHONE
- Professional-grade noise-canceling microphone with intuitive mute function.
- "ERGONOMIC ACOUSTIC REFINEMENT"
- Sennheiser technology delivers ultimate sonic accuracy and clarity by channeling signals directly into your ears.
- 31 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build Silverfish Gaming Build
Feels great on the head, and looks good too. So far the microphone is nice and clear in comms. I've used Sennheiser headphones while Djing for over 15 years, so it made sense to get some quality cups to use while gaming.
- 29 points
- 36 months ago
from completed build Longclaw (updated)
I love Sennheiser's headphones and this set had the additional benefit of matching my color scheme.
- 20 points
- 18 months ago
from completed build Constantine, Risen Omnipotent (v2.0)
I tried the Game Zero model for a time, but returned it to get these, which was the right decision. I thought the closed headset would be better for me, but the sound on the Game Zeros sounded muffled and tinny. These, however, sound as good as most desktop speakers, other than the bass can be a little lean at default settings. They get much louder than they need to: I rarely go beyond half volume.
Additionally, the velvet-like material on the over-ear part of the cans is much more enjoyable than the hot leather of the Game Zeros. If choosing between the two, unless a closed setup is a must, the Game One headset is the best, hands down!
- 3 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build Tyderian 2.12b
These are one of the best gaming headsets I've ever had. They're quite comfortable for grinding out marathon gaming sessions. As one might expect from Sennheiser, they produce crisp and clear sound, and well balanced surround replication, while the mike produces a very clear capture of your voice. I bought mine back in March of 2014 and 5 and a half years later they are still working just fine. The only issue I've experienced is around September of 2017, the mute switch built into the mic boom would no longer activate as it should when pushing the boom up and away from my mouth. A very minor inconvenience and not worth taking away a star. I will absolutely buy another GAME ONE headset whenever this one finally dies.