|Item model number||506079|
|Item Weight||10.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.1 x 9.09 x 9.29 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.1 x 9.09 x 9.29 inches|
|Color||Game Zero Black|
|Batteries||2 Lithium Ion batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||June 6, 2014|
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EPOS I SENNHEISER GAME ZERO Gaming Headset, Closed Acoustic with Noise Cancelling Microphone, Foldable, Flip-to-mute, Ligthweight, PC, Mac, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Smartphone compatible.
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|Audio Sensitivity||108 dB|
|Special Feature||Microphone Feature|
|Headphones Jack||3.5 mm Jack|
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- Closed Back - Closed Back Design Featuring Tailored Leatherette Double Layered Memory-Foam Ear Pads For The Maximum Acoustic Seal To Block Outside Noise.
- Xxl Earcups - Modern, Lightweight Yet Robust Design Featuring Xxl Ear Cups Incorporating Sennheiser'S Model Specific Transducer Technology Delivering Extreme Sonic Clarity.
- Noise-Canceling Mic - Crystal Clear Conversations Ensured With The Professional Quality Noise-Canceling Microphone That Automatically Mutes When Boom Arm Is Raised.
- Foldable - Foldable Design Featuring A Volume Control Located On The Right Ear Cup With Two Cables Included For Multi Platform Compatibility
What's in the box
Designed for the gamer that demands no-compromise audio performance, comfort as well as portability, the Game Zero is the classic stereo headset that meets the challenge. A closed acoustic headset with a unique foldable design, the Game Zero delivers high fidelity audio with deep bass extension for an immersive experience. The Game Zero’s original transducer technology delivers extreme audio clarity for exceptional realism and details for instant in-game reactions. A microphone with a flexible lift-to-mute boom arm ensures game chat that is crystal-clear for on-the-fly strategy discussions. Meticulous material choice and robust mechanics ensure long-term sustainability in the lightweight Game Zero which comes with its own hard carry case. Excellence and convenience in one tidy package.
From the manufacturer
Who we are
EPOS delivers high-end audio solutions designed for enterprise and gaming. Based on pioneering audio technology, we strive to unleash human potential by perfecting audio experiences.
Headquartered in Copenhagen, EPOS is part of the Demant Group –a world-leading audio and hearing technology group that offers solutions and services to help people connect and communicate with the world around them.
Unleash the Game
Designed for the gamer that demands no-compromise audio performance, comfort as well as portability, the Game Zero is the classic stereo headset that meets the challenge. A closed acoustic headset with a unique foldable design, the Game Zero delivers high fidelity audio with deep bass extension for an immersive experience. The Game Zero’s original transducer technology delivers ext
The aviation-inspired split headband of the GSP 500 features adjustable contact pressure and a 2-axis hinge mechanism delivers a customizable fit on different head sizes and shape.
Open acoustic headset
With its open acoustic design and proprietary speaker technology, the GSP 500 is engineered for incredibly natural and spatial, high fidelity game audio. Ideal for gamers who play in quiet environments, the open acoustic design also keep your ears cool through long gaming sessions.
Ear pads and cover plates (available through purchase) are easily switched out.
Microphone with flexible lift-to-mute boom arm
Designed for passive back-ground noise cancellation, the flexible boom arm of the GSP 500 allows you to adjust the positioning of the microphone for best voice pick-up. The microphone automatically mutes when you raise the boom arm. Keep game chat in the game and your personal life private.
Intuitive volume control
Volume control is built into the right ear cup of the GSP 500 headset. The built-in wheel allows intuitive finger-tip adjustments while gaming.
The GSP 500 works on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Mac. With included cables and optimized impedance, it is an ideal choice for gaming on low-power devices.
Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2021
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The sound is flat and neutral, which is perfect in my case because I'm the type to take time on fine-tuning my equalizer according to my taste. I usually have mine set at a "W" pattern, with little modifications here and there depending on what I feel I should hear. I enjoyed my gaming sessions very much because of the way this headset fit around my ear; it is snuggly. From time to time, I do feel the need to introduce new air in for the fact that it is a closed back type headphones. The fact didn't matter to me because I'm the type to take quick breaks here and there anyway. Not a deal breaker.
The microphone on this excellent; probably the best I've heard from my friends by the way they describe it as clean and not hearing my window AC running in the background. The mic's arm is flexible, so I can adjust it to how close/far I want it from my mouth. I found it bad to bring it too close to your nose though. During my quick breaks, I found the mute function when the mic boom is brought up very convenient. Being able to quickly mute yourself from a chat group is amazing. As for the volume control located on the left ear cup, I'll get back on that later on.
If I'm not playing games, I'm listening to music. I listen mainly to acoustic, rock, metal, and alternative. As I said earlier, these headphones are flat/neutral. I don't consider myself an audiophile, but I do appreciate good music. Along with my gaming rig, I also purchased a sound card, a Sound Blaster Z. I wanted this particular sound card because it can drive headset's impedance rating. The sound card comes along with a software that allows me to modify with their 10 band EQ.
One of the challenges I've experienced with these headphones was the head and ear cushions eventually fell apart. It fell apart after using it at least 4-5 days every week for 3 years. The 'leather' were slowly chipping away. It may have been my fault for always sweating on them, so someone else's mileage may vary. I replaced my cushions, by ordering here. Like new again. :)
When I do use the headset, I always set my volume rocker control to max. If I need to change volume, I use the music players' control. Reason being is that, I found out that if you max the players' control and control the volume with the headset's rocker, when your music peaks to a higher volume than usual, the sound will dip a bit. I believe when that happens, the headset doesn't get enough power from the rig. That is why I max the volume on the headset -- I allow the headset to pull as much power from the sound card so the sound doesn't dip when the music peaks. This is something I realized from playing around with the headset when I thought it was defective. To simplify, maxing the headset's volume and control the volume from your music player will allow the headset to pull as much power as it needs to prevent the sound from dipping during peak.
You need a sound card for this. I would suggest the same sound card I have purchased because the software that comes along with it has great EQ and microphone sound isolation/cancellation. Just something to note about the mic sound isolation -- turning the settings on will delay your voice delivery a bit due to post-processing. But as long as you don't plan on monitoring your own voice, it shouldn't be an issue.
Overall, as long as you have the proper sound card to drive this headset, you will love the experience. I've had this for years now and I still love the way it pulls me in to the experience.