Logitech G935 Wireless DTS:X 7.1 Surround Sound LIGHTSYNC RGB PC Gaming Headset

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Logitech G935 is the ultimate wireless gaming headset, enhanced with the most advanced Logitech audio technology. Hear more detail with large 50mm Pro-G drivers, Made of woven Hybrid mesh designed to reduce distortion. Lightsync RGB lighting is fully customizable and reacts to in-game action on…

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Logitech G935 Wireless DTS:X 7.1 Surround Sound LIGHTSYNC RGB PC Gaming Headset
Logitech G935 Wireless DTS:X 7.1 Surround Sound LIGHTSYNC RGB PC Gaming Headset

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Price history for Logitech G935 Wireless DTS:X 7.1 Surround Sound LIGHTSYNC RGB PC Gaming Headset
Latest updates:
  • $129.99 - July 19, 2020
  • $89.00 - June 19, 2020
  • $129.99 - April 1, 2020
Since: April 1, 2020
  • Highest Price: $129.99 - April 1, 2020
  • Lowest Price: $89.00 - June 19, 2020

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  1. Amazon Customer

    Foreword: I’ve been using a wireless Turtle Beach Stealth 450 gaming headset for years enjoying the virtual surround and high quality mic. However, recently a friend upgraded to a Logitech 933, raving about the sound quality compared to the Turtle beach line. With the release of the G935 I decided to take the leap and am extremely happy I did.Pros:- The virtual surround is substantially better than what I had experienced before regardless of using DTS or Dolby Atmos virtual surround with the Stealth 450. The easiest way I can explain the difference in sound quality between the two is to say that the Stealth 450 provided surround in a way where each channel seemed to be at the same level, providing a dull but functional surround option. The Logitech G935 however provides a crystal clear distinction between each channel and is very apparent in games where the hearing from every angle is key, like Insurgency Sandstorm, Anthem, Battlefield V, etc which are the games I’ve tested so far.- The new Logitech G Hub makes managing the headset a breeze.- The mic quality is even better than what I experienced with the Stealth 450 and the handy flip-up to mute feature is better than pressing the mute button on the back of the Stealth 450.- The volume wheel on the headset is directly linked to Windows so that you can easily reduce or increase the volume with ease.- The two programmable shortcut keys on the headset are a plus to change between surround modes (Movie, Gaming, etc) or use for any other function.- RGB lighting that you can turn off.Cons: No cons at all. Logitech clearly took the feedback regarding the G933 and improved upon it.The only thing I will suggest, which is NOT a con is to reduce the default bass volume from 11 to 5 to start. Even at this setting the bass is phenomenal, which you can easily dial down or up to suit your preference.

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  2. D. Walker

    I bought this because my wife needed a headphone set. I planned on giving her my Logitech G933. I quickly discovered the G935 is only supported in the new G-Hub software. The G-Hub only supports newer logitech devices and is not backwards compatible to the older devices like the Logitech G13 Game pad in particular. I’ve been using the Logitech G13 game pad for the last 10yrs. with dozens of game profiles and consider it the best PC game pad ever invented. The new G-Hub software DOES NOT support the G13. I’m not about to give up the G13 for the G935 especially since it offers nothing additional from an audio standpoint over the G933 (at least not that I can hear). What a disappointment! I don’t know what’s happened at Logitech but they clearly aren’t in sync with today’s gamers. They should release a new version of the G13 with up-to-date switches. The G13 was a best seller and is still available on eBay and other sites. I may have to buy another G13 as a backup.

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  3. MC

    First of all I want to say that I’ve had problems with this headset aside from the headset itself. I’m not deducting stars for it, because this is a product review not a seller review.My first order of this headset I got a G430 headset. But it was in the correct (albeit crushed) G935 box. My guess is that the previous owner of this box hoodwinked the seller and replaced this expensive headset with a less expensive one. Which kind of upsets me knowing that had it have been the correct headset I would have been given a “refurbished” headset. Certainly not new and definitely not refurbished.Anyway, on to the real review.Some of my greatest wants in a headset is wireless capability, comfort, software competence, and good audio. The G935 is great in all of those categories, except one.Wireless capability is great. It has better range than my Arctis 7 and my Elite 800, and about equal to my Stealth 520s. Very good. The dongle is quite small, and fits into the actual headphone itself.Comfort. The G935 beats all other headsets I have ever tried, but not by much. I have a moderately large head and this fit my head very well. Furthermore, the leatherette feels amazing and the ear muff part is very roomy. The roomiest I’ve ever experienced on headphones.Battery. The G935 certainly lacks in this area. Although it is not much of a problem for me, many might find the slow charge times and low battery life annoying. 12 hours is simply not good, especially given how the previous G933 had the same battery life. No improvement especially compared to the battery life of other headphones in 2019 is kind of unacceptable.Audio. On par with any other high end gaming headset, as far as I can tell. The surround sound feels full and I can tell the directions very well. But there isn’t much of a difference as far as surround sound goes compared to other DTS 2.0 headphones, this isn’t a bad thing, but don’t expect to hear or feel a difference compared to another DTS 2.0 headphones. Also, there is no distortion at high volumes, but as a result it doesn’t seem to get as loud as other headsets.Microphone. Very clear. It feels a bit far from my face, but I was surprised that it was still able to clearly transmit my voice. My friend and others online would say that I sounded like I was using a very high end microphone.Durability. I didn’t own the G935 for long. But it seems reinforced with metal in the right places that typically break. Not much to praise here but nothing to complain about.Gimmicks. If you like gimmicks then look to further. With RGB lighting that you can’t see and also reduces the already low battery life, it looks very pretty. If you’re somehow staring at the back of your head. 50mm drivers don’t make any difference to sound, and if it does I certainly can’t seem to hear it. The microphone folds into the headset, an actually very useful feature, as well as the dongle being able to be placed within the cup of the headphone.Now on to the thing that really would grind my gears and was the biggest factor of why I returned it after 3 weeks or so.Software. G Hub is terrible. Maybe console gamers might have a decent time with this headset, but I for one cannot stand it. For it to actually connect to your headset it seems like a coin flip. Reinstalling the software works. Until it happens again. Or you can just reset your PC. Otherwise, nothing else works. This irritated me so much, because without the software you can’t change any settings. And you can’t even see the battery life remaining. A great headset crippled by terrible software.Price/Performance. I paid a crisp $170 dollars for this headset. Is it a good headset? Yes, it is. But for this price point, it lacks many major features that would realistically make it this price. Good software, good battery life, Bluetooth connectivity, and noise cancellation. For nearly $200 this headset should do the basics well, as it does for the most part. And do a few more things. Adding useless gimmicks in place of useful features makes no sense to me. If those gimmicks I listed above are more important to you than these things I listed, then go ahead, but if you’re a frugal bang for the buck buyer, I suggest looking at other headsets.TLDR. Bad software. Bad battery life. A lot of gimmicks. Very good comfort and audio. Very expensive.Edit 12/20/19 I bought this headset again sometime in October. It was on sale for $100, I figured Logitech might have fixed some issues. It seemed they did. Yet, some issues persist with the software. Fortunately, the software issues are a little bit more manageable. My reasoning for buying this headset again was that I never replaced it. But I liked the comfort of the headset a lot (and I’ve owned many pairs of headsets)Software issues I’ve encountered:G Hub won’t install if you’ve previously uninstalled it. I found the fix was to delete the hidden files in the registry.G Hub uses 100% of my CPU. I’ve only seen this twice and I have no fix for it. Despite using 100% of my CPU I think this might have been a false usage error because my games never dropped frame rates as a result.When you go out of range and back in range the headset likes to beep occasionally until you turn it off then back on again.The software is not completely unusable now, though. And all of the good things I said about the headset are still true. For the price point of $100 the headset is actually competitive now. I’d say it could give the arctis 7 or Astro headsets a run for their money.

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