Logitech G Pro Headset Review

The Logitech G Pro headset is wired and comes with a USB digital to analog converter. This means that it can be used with any PC or console and it also has a 3.5-millimeter connection for mobile devices. There are also inline microphones, so users can hear the audio from other devices.

The microphone on the Logitech G Pro is pretty average. It will help you hear the sound of the game, but it will also de-emphasize bass and mid-range sounds below 1000Hz. As a result, if you have a deep voice, you may end up with a distorted sound.

You can adjust the sound and microphone volume of your Logitech G Pro headset to your liking. You can even choose to use different profiles for different games. The headphones are fairly expensive and come with spare ear pads for long gaming sessions. These headphones are best for PC gamers, but if you’re a console gamer, look elsewhere.

One thing to note about the Logitech G PRO headset is that its construction is much better than its predecessor. The metal headband frame feels solid and robust. The headphones are very comfortable to wear and can be expected to stay on your head for hours on end. This headset has very good noise isolation and has a good seal around the ears.

The microphone on the Logitech G Pro headset has some shortcomings. Although it is built for comfort and audio quality, the microphone is not as good as the Cloud Alpha S’. It’s also not as easy to adjust as the G Pro X. For PC users, the G Pro has better mic quality and better comfort.

If you’re looking for a budget-friendly headset, you can go with the Logitech G435 (wireless). This headset is also smaller and lighter than most. It is also compatible with most platforms. It has dual integrated microphones on the right earcup. This feature is a practical touch, though it can’t compete with boom mics. It also comes with eco-friendly packaging.

The Logitech G Pro headset has a great battery life, which is over 20 hours with the wireless model. This headset also comes with a small plastic dongle that allows users to adjust the mic and overall volume. Its controls are easy to use while wearing the headset. You can even mute the microphone or turn it off if you want.