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Headset Sennheiser G4ME ONE white

plush velvet ear pads ensure that G4ME ONE offers ultimate comfort.

Feel the rush, the beats, the tension and the awesome sound. not your headset.The Sennheiser G4ME ONE open acoustic

gaming headset features an extremelyaccurate and natural sound experience.The open design keeps your head cool and

plush velvet ear pads ensure that G4ME ONE offers ultimate comfort.

  • Ultimate comfort. plush velvet ear pads let your skin breathe and give you the best comfort
  • Designed for players – a new modern lightweight design and robust mechanicsfor long-term sustainability
  • Zasnovane za igranje. moderen lahek dizajn in robustna izdelava za dolgo življensko dobo
  • Hear every detail of the game. extreme sonic clarity and accuracy with Sennheiser’s original transducer technology. The speakers have been customized and optimized for PC gaming
  • Perfect for long gaming sessions. due to the XXL ear pads ensuring no ear pressure
  • Crystal clear conversations – are ensured with the pro noise-canceling microphone
  • Convenient microphone mute – by simply raising the boom arm
  • Intuitive control – the volume control is integrated on the right ear cup
  • Braided fabric cable – reduces tangling and for long-lasting durability
  • Frequency response: 15. 28,000 Hz
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Cable length: 3m
  • Weight: 300 g
  • Connector sockets: Analog 3.5 mm
  • Frequency response: 50. 16,000 Hz
  • Noise-cancelling
  • Impedance: 2kΩ
  • Sensitivity :.38dBV/PA

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How To Fix Sennheiser Game One Mic Not Working

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Here’re 4 fixes that have helped other users resolve the problem. Just work your way down the list until you find the one that works for you.

Fix 1: Allow access to microphone

If your Sennheiser Game One microphone is not working, the first thing you want to check is whether you’ve allowed the app you’re using the mic on access to microphone.

1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and type microphone, then click on Microphone privacy settings.

2) Under the Allow apps to access your microphone section, make sure the toggle is On so that you can allow apps access to your microphone.

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3) Scroll down to the Choose which apps can access your microphone section and make sure the toggle for the app you’re playing the microphone on is turned On.

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4) Check your Sennheiser Game One headset and see if the mic not working problem has been resolved. If yes, then congrats! But if the problem persists, try Fix 2, below.

Fix 2: Update your audio driver

One of the most common causes of this problem is an outdated or a faulty audio driver. So you should always make sure to keep the latest audio driver up-to-date. If you don’t have the time, patience or skills to update the driver manually, you can do it automatically with Driver Easy.

Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for it. You don’t need to know exactly what system your computer is running, you don’t need to be troubled by the wrong driver you would be downloading, and you don’t need to worry about making a mistake when installing. Driver Easy handles it all.

You can update your drivers automatically with either the FREE or the Pro version of Driver Easy. But with the Pro version it takes just 2 steps (and you get full support and a 30-day money back guarantee):

2) Run Driver Easy and click the Scan Now button. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers.

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3) Click Update All to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out of date on your system (this requires the Pro version – you’ll be prompted to upgrade when you click Update All).

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4) Restart your computer and check if the Sennheiser Game One mic not working issue has been solved. If the problem lingers on, don’t worry. Here’re two more fixes for you to try.

Fix 3: Adjust your audio settings

Ideally Windows can automatically detect your microphone and set it as the default playback device every time it’s plugged into. But that’s not always the case and sometimes we’ll have to set default devices manually and set its sound levels.

1) Right-click on the sound icon on the lower-right of your computer screen, then click Sounds.

2) Click the Recording tab, then click on your Sennheiser headset and click Set Default.

If your Sennheiser headset doesn’t show up in the device list, then right-click on the empty space and tick Show Disabled Devices. Then right-click on the microphone device once it appears and click Enable before you do step 2).

3) Click on your Sennheiser headset and click Properties.

4) Click the Levels tab, then drag the Microphone slider all the way to its top and click OK.

5) Click OK to apply the changes in the Windows.

6) Now that with microphone set as default device and the volume turned up, test your mic and see if the Sennheiser Game One mic not working problem has been fixed.

Fix 4: Troubleshoot hardware issues

If the steps above didn’t help, then it’s time you checked for hardware issues.

1) Check your Sennheiser Game One headset for loose cables or the wrong jack.

2) Try connecting your Sennheiser Game One to a different port and see if the microphone not working problem disappears.

If the Sennheiser Game One mic not working problem still occurs, then it’s possible that there’s some physical issues with your headset. You might need to contact the vendor of your headset for further troubleshooting.

There you go – 4 easy fixes for the Sennheiser Game One mic not working issue. Hope this helps and feel free to leave us a comment if you have any further questions.

Sennheiser G4ME ONE Review

I’ve been PCMag’s home entertainment expert for over 10 years, covering both TVs and everything you might want to connect to them. I’ve reviewed more than a thousand different consumer electronics products including headphones, speakers, TVs, and every major game system and VR headset of the last decade. I’m an ISF-certified TV calibrator and a THX-certified home theater professional, and I’m here to help you understand 4K, HDR, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and even 8K (and to reassure you that you don’t need to worry about 8K at all for at least a few more years).

The Bottom Line

The Sennheiser G4ME ONE is a high-end wired headset that offers excellent sound for audiophiles, but is too pricey and doesn’t hit quite the right notes to be the best choice for gamers.

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  • Expensive.
  • Flimsy feeling for the price.
  • Lacks EQ modes to boost voice chat or surround effects in games.

Audiophiles and gamers are two wildly different audiences. You can certainly be both, but it’s hard to be both at the same time. Audiophiles want excellent sound quality that reproduces the audio source purely, without any sorts of tricks or tweaks to it. Gamers want audio they can adjust to fit their needs, such as mixing functions that can bring out voice chat, or simulated surround sound modes. Sennheiser tries to embrace both audiences with the G4ME ONE gaming headset, although here the company focuses entirely on its strengths with the former audience and almost ignores the latter audience’s tactical needs. The G4ME ONE is a pricey, 249.95 (direct) wired stereo headset that sounds fantastic to the audiophile ear, but drops the functionality ball for gamers when compared to less expensive headsets like the wireless Skullcandy PLYR 1 (149.99 at ThinkGeek) (Opens in a new window) or the wired Plantronics RIG ( at Amazon) (Opens in a new window).

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DesignThe G4ME ONE (199.95 at Amazon) (Opens in a new window) consists almost entirely of smooth, glossy white plastic with black padding on the earcups and a black padded headband. It’s a little surprising to see a 250 gaming headset be completely plastic with no metal, carbon fiber, or other “high-end” materials—even the G4ME ZERO, the step-up version of the G4ME ONE, has metal hinges—but this doesn’t make it feel cheap at all. The glossy plastic is solid and well-constructed, and the design is light enough to wear for long periods. The earcup and headband padding feel fairly plush, with a fleece-like material covering both, making the headset extremely comfortable.

A boom mic on a flexible arm flips down from the left ear cup. The right ear cup holds a volume wheel that lets you easily turn the audio on the headphones up or down. There are no microphone controls, though flipping the mic up mutes it automatically.

This is primarily a stereo PC gaming headset, with just two 3.5mm audio connectors for your headphone and microphone jacks. You can’t use the G4ME ONE with most game systems without third-party adapters, but Sennheiser does offer a first-party two-to-one 3.5mm adapter that lets you connect it to your Playstation 4.

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PerformanceIf you removed the boom mic and gave the headset some metal accents and a metal headband, I’d readily believe it was a 250 Sennheiser headphone pair. The G4ME ONE sounds excellent, and at the top of the audio fidelity pile among gaming headsets. It sounds fantastic for music, acing our bass test track, The Knife’s Silent Shout, with loud, distortion-free reproductions of both the synth bass and kick drum that felt powerful without being oppressive.

While most gaming headsets have modes that prioritize deep bass and mid-highs for explosions and dialogue, the G4ME ONE is flat to an audiophile-satisfying extent. It doesn’t try to tweak the audio to be more gamer-friendly through any sort of processing, and instead focuses on being as clean and accurate as possible. For music and game scores, this is fantastic, since it makes everything from ska to prog metal sound crisp, rich, and full without neglecting the mids or highs. Less Than Jake’s “Gainesville Rock City” played with a solid drum part, highlighted by horns that accented the riffs without sounding bright or getting swallowed in the mix. Shadow Gallery’s “The Andromeda Strain” sounded similarly satisfying, with backup and main vocals coming through clearly against pleasantly warm, forceful guitar riffs and punchy snares.

GamingFor games, the G4ME ONE sounds similarly excellent, but that might not be enough for gamers. This is purely a stereo headset, and while Sennheiser’s excellent audio quality means both explosions and team chat in Team Fortress 2 are clear and full, it also means it lacks several of the audio processing enhancements, mixing tricks, and simulated surround sound of headsets like the Skullcandy PLYR 1, Astro Gaming A50. or SteelSeries H Wireless Headset ( at Amazon) (Opens in a new window). Besides changing the master headphone volume on the right ear cup and muting the microphone by flipping it up, you can’t tweak the audio in any way.

For gamers, the ability to easily crank up or turn down the voice chat or switch between simulated surround and stereo on the fly is vital for both enthusiast gaming and competitive play. Nearly all other high-end gaming headsets (and many midrange models) have some mixing function that can bring out voice chat when you need to plan your attack or rush to defend a position, boosting it higher than the sounds of the game itself. The G4ME ONE lacks this feature, and that puts players at a tactical disadvantage even if they’re enjoying technically superior audio.

The Sennheiser G4ME ONE is a pair of excellent 200-range headphones that desperately wants to be an excellent gaming headset. It sounds fantastic, but without it willing to “slum it” in the realm of audio gimmicks and on-headset mixing it feels more like a pair of headphones with a boom mic priced just out of reach of gamers than a useful tool for gaming. Sennheiser clearly knows how to reproduce sound accurately, but it hasn’t quite picked up on the little useful features that gamers find more useful than flat response and audiophile clarity. The 250 price tag is reasonable for audiophiles, though they might prefer the identically priced Sennheiser HD 25 Aluminum headphones for their superior build-quality and even better sound, or the slightly more expensive Astro Gaming A50 wireless headset, our high-end Editors’ Choice for gaming headsets. Otherwise, the less expensive Plantronics Rig or Skullcandy PLYR 1 headsets will probably suit most gamers better.

Sennheiser GAME ONE Gaming Headset Review

Its a big market out there for gaming peripherals. We’ve already noted many times that a lot of brands have been riding the whole ‘gaming’ hype to market their products. This may work for gaming mice and keyboards but for audio its a really sensitive matter. And even moreso for audiophiles and discerning audio enthusiasts who use their rig for far more than gaming. While the rest of the gaming market may settle with heavily marketed bloat, there are still many out there who want the best in audio and will invest in a gaming audio experience that only the best can deliver. Sennheiser is one of the premier audio brand in the world and there is no denying they have a solid line-up of audio solutions for any audiophile.

We’ve taken a look at the Sennheiser PC360 G4ME gaming headset a couple of years back and we remarked how impressed we are with the product. Fast-forward almost 4 years and we have one of the new offerings from the company for gamers: the Sennheiser GAME ONE. This along with the Sennheiser GAME ZERO are the company’s frontliners for gamers and we take a closer look at the GAME ONE in this review.

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Closer Look

Sennheiser surprisingly goes different with their new GAME series of headsets, now packaged in white versus the traditional black packaging that majority of Sennheiser products come in. A glamor shot of the product is displayed upfront with small prints of the model name. At the back are specifications and features of the GAME ONE headset. Opening up the Sennheiser GAME ONE packaging, we see the headset secured within another box. Inside the package are the Sennheiser GAME ONE headset and a pair of cables: one for stereomic and one for mobile and consoles.

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One of the newest features we’ve seen in the Sennheiser GAME ONE is the detachable cables. With this, you can use the included sets of cables for both PC and console gaming. What we do miss though is the non-tangle cables of the older PC360 which despite their looks, really feel premium and seriously never tangle or kink. The Sennheiser GAME ONE uses braided-sleeve cabling, 3 meters for PC and 1.2 meters for console.

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The Sennheiser GAME ONE is available in two colors: Black and White. Both of which have red trims to accentuate the headset, subtle yet stylish enough to exude a bit of that aggressive gamer steeze we’re known for. The sample we have is the white version and the color of choice is really bold despite its rather clean looks.

The earcups of the Sennheiser GAME ONE has not changed much and similar to many of the HD5xx series of audiophile cans, still retains the signature oval shape of the cups with distinct vents adorning the other side of the ear cup. Sennheiser’s GAME ONE feature intuitive controls for its volume adjustment and mice mute: a discrete volume knob is located at the low-center of the right earcup for quick and easy access while the mic boom when lifted upwards, automatically mutes the microphone. Moving over to the headband, Sennheiser uses a contrasting black Band for the white version (retains black for black version) extends to fit even the largest noggins.

Plush velvet line the cushions on both headband and earcups.

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Using the other connector, the Sennheiser GAME ONE can be connector to console and mobile devices.

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User Experience Conclusion

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We used a Creative SoundBlaster Audigy 5 RX and Playstation 4 for our tests. The Sennheiser GAME ONE headset was burned-in for 100 hours before we formed our conclusion.

The Sennheiser GAME ONE sans the microphone boom is practically the HD558. That said, its a great listening headset. Do note that we used a rather mainstream soundcard and despite the fact that you can drive them with your onboard audio solution, it just falls flat and really deserve a better audio source unless you’re rocking tweaked onboard audio like those found on high-end motherboards. Going back, overall listening is excellent; the Sennheiser GAME ONE has excellent clarity and really appealing to those that prefer a “flat” characteristic to their audio. This is perfect for music and listening but for games that let users have some form of tactical advantage via positional audio, the Sennheiser GAME ONE is best paired with an audio card capable of surround reproduction. Still, the mids and highs on the GAME ONE are detailed enough to let those who are very adept pick-out distinct audio differences for games that support it; enemies behind walls, enemies from afar or coming towards you, you can pick them out with the GAME ONE. The soundstage is excellent and isn’t drowned out by the bass intensity often prioritized by other gaming headsets.

There’s a lot complexities when it comes to gaming audio solutions and its easy to see Seenheiser decided to FOCUS on high-quality audio than features or extras with the Sennheiser GAME ONE. For those that have a dedicated street headphone and want something on-par with their gaming setup but demand an equally superior microphone, the Sennheiser GAME ONE is an excellent choice. Make sure to pair it up with an equally decent sound card or high-end motherboard (GIGABYTE Z170X GAMING G1 matches colors and has integrated Creative Sound Blaster hardware) is a good choice.

Comfort-wise, the GAME ONE is light and very comfortable. While the earcup may not be to everyone’s taste (no leather cushions available), its easy to get used to them and even in tropical weather the cushions don’t really heat-up as much as they may first seem to be. Testing on a long 7-hour session of Heroes of the Storm, we felt the GAME ONE doesn’t strain as much as our other larger headsets like the HyperX Cloud. The open-back also makes it highly-breathable and lets you hear the environment around you, so you technically just toggle the volume and not remove the headset when you need to listen.

Build quality is excellent even with the majority of the body being made of plastic. The mold is sharp and highly polished with every inch of the Sennheiser GAME ONE exuding high quality. We do feel that the switch from non-tangle cable to removable sleeved cabling is a downgrade but having the ability to remove the cables reduces the need for non-tangle cables.

Initially priced at around 250, the Sennheiser GAME ONE can now be spotted at around 189 and while at that range it will already be out of range with any gaming headset to compete with except for true-surround 5.1 models, there’s no denying many audiophile have spent much more than that for a decent pair of cans. Again, we’d like to note that the Sennheiser GAME ONE focuses on audio quality and excellent reproduction, something only dedicated audio brands have no problem pulling off and with the GAME ONE’s pedigree, that’s easily a no-brainer.

Price / Where to Buy:

US – Approx. US189 – [easyazon_link identifier=”B00GWU8FTK” locale=”US” tag=”back2gaming-20″]Sennheiser Game One[/easyazon_link] PH – Approx. PHP11990

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Overall, the Sennheiser GAME ONE gaming headset is aimed at discerning gamers who value audio quality more than features. Those looking for a high-end open-back gaming headset that features superior audio quality and have a complimenting audio card need only the Sennheiser GAME ONE.

Sennheiser backs the GAME ONE headset with a 2-year warranty. We give it our B2G Gold Award and Editor’s Choice Award!

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G4ME ONE is the crme de la crme headset for home gaming. It is arguably the most comfortable high-end gaming headset on the market and it features an extremely accurate and natural sound experience.

Air is led through to your ears, keeping your head light and cool.


Excellent hi-fi sound, reproduced exactly the way the game developers intended your game to sound.

Plush velvet ear pads for ultimate comfort and plenty of space around your ears.


Extreme clarity and accurate, developed at our own labs.


Professional-grade noise-canceling microphone with intuitive mute function.


Sennheiser technology delivers ultimate sonic accuracy and clarity by channeling signals directly into your ears.


Feel the rush, the beats, the tension and the awesome sound. Not your headset. The G4ME ONE gaming headset features an extremely accurate and natural sound experience. The open design ensures that air can be led through to your ears, keeping your head light and cool for hours of non-stop gaming.

Whether you play for 30 minutes or all night long, the G4ME ONE ensures that you do not break a sweat. The headset features XXL plush velvet ear pads and a cushioned headband. These features ensure maximum comfort. even during your longest sessions.


The two transducers in the G4ME ONE have been developed at our labs in Germany. They are optimized to provide an extremely accurate reproduction of the gaming audio, no matter what type of game you play. Every single unit is mechanically and acoustically tested.

The pro microphone on the G4ME ONE gaming headset is in a class of its own. It provides high-end noise cancellation, so you can chat to fellow players with crystal clarity.

With volume controls integrated onto the right ear cup, your reaction time is cut down as you won’t have to spend time searching the cable for the controls. The G4ME ONE also features a convenient microphone mute function too. Simply lift the boom arm and you’re off the air.

Sennheiser is the only audio company that makes both the precision microphone equipment your games are recorded on, and the headsets you use to play them. So why would you go for any other gaming headset brand?

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