Coming from the Razer Tiamat 7.1, the Sennheiser G4ME ONE is a world of difference. The microphone stands out best between the two and seems to be of a higher quality than the Tiamiat I used before.

Audio, overall, is fantastic. It really packs some punch with the bass and most levels seem to be great. Playing games like Battlefield 4 with these on really immerses you in the game environments. Music and video playback also sounds great, and - again - the bass really stands out here. (So if you don't like bass in a headset, you probably won't care for these!)

These things are also incredibly comfortable, with the soft cloth earcups and relatively lightweight build. After hours of use, I barely even remember that they're on! They have some huge earcups and you can also adjust the overall size of the headset to accommodate any head size!

The auto-mute function of the microphone (when you move it into the upright position) and the on-earcup volume adjustment are two great little features that you don't really see elsewhere. I find myself using the earcup adjustment a lot now that I have it and would much prefer it over a bulky inline piece.

On top of all this, the thin, braided cable is lightweight and won't pull your left earcup downward. For some, the non-removable cord might be a dealbreaker but for me, it works just fine.

Overall, this is a great (and relatively expensive) pair of headphones. While I do think they're fantastic, I can only recommend them at a price of $200 or less. Anything above that price puts you into territory with some other "better" headsets. But if you can find this bad boy on sale or just love the features, it's well worth the price!

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