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Hardware Sennheiser G4ME One Review

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Meanmotion, 25 Feb 2014.

  1. Meanmotion

    Meanmotion bleh Moderator

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    Again, if you want to pay the letters-replaced-by-numbers tax than they're a not-awful set of headphones, but poor value for money even compared to Sennheiser's non-bling lines.
     
  3. Omikron

    Omikron New Member

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    After reading your Sennheiser G4ME One Review, I believe you have 2 major typos by messing around One and Zero:

    On page 1, you wrote: "Nonetheless, while the G4ME One can fold flat, the earcups of the Zero are fixed, except for a little bit of movement – 5 or 10 degrees – to allow them to adjust to your head."

    Do you actually mean G4ME Zero can fold flat, the earcups of the One are fixed?

    On page 2, you wrote: "Whereas the One felt like they were floating around your head the Zero are very much pinned too it."

    Do you actually mean Zero felt like they were floating around your head the One are very much pinned to it?
     
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