Logitech Pro X LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Headset with Microphone - Black
- Over-ear headphones with ear and head pads upholstered in memory foam leatherette gently cushion your head and ears
- 2.4GHz wireless headset with LIGHTSPEED wireless technology has an effective range of 15 metres
- 50mm hybrid mesh PRO-G neodymium drivers provide your ears with brilliant audio featuring natural highs and rich bass tones
- 7.1 next-gen surround sound channel features object-based surround sound to give you multidimensional audio that feels as if you are in the heart of the action
- Passive noise isolation blocks out ambient sound and provides better insulation from environmental noise
- Detachable microphone with real-time Blue VO!CE technology (requires a Windows PC and Logitech G HUB software) and a compressor and limiter ensure professional-grade communication
- Echo reduction technology makes sure your voice communications are free from unwanted echoing issues
- Constructed with an aluminum fork and a steel headband for durable, long-lasting use
- PRO X Wireless Gaming Headset
- Memory Foam Leatherette Ear Pads (Installed)
- Memory Foam Cloth Ear Pads
- USB LIGHTSPEED Wireless Adapter
- Detachable Mic with Foam Wind Screen
- 1.8m USB A to USB C Charging Cable
- Carrying Bag
- User Documentation
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Of the 904 reviewers who responded, 770 would recommend this product.
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- ThenbSound Of A Pro- August 14, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I did my research before I got these and there were quite a few negative things said. And to be honest I was a little discouraged. But then they showed up and I shut up! Oh my God, these things are awesome. They look good , sound good and I sound good to other gamers. The headphones come with 2 pairs of over the ear cups. A pho-leather set for that immersion style of play when you don't want to get any distraction while being hunted in an online match. And a more spongelike pair so you can hear the wife tell you to get off that game and get a job. They're wireless so how's the battery life, you ask. Well,, let's just say , you ain't running out of power any time soon. Been playing with them for a couple days on the charge out of the box. They were at 60% out of the box, btw. And even if you do go near death, you can charge and play as long as you're dongle is attached. They're comfortable as all get out. I wear glasses and it doesn't matter. The mic is removable so if you're antisocial, you're covered. They connect to the GHUB so you can adjust the your sound settings to your liking. And I really had no problem with the latency from being wireless. I really love this headset. The only problem I have is that I can't use them with my Xbox One X. It works great for my PC, Nintendo Switch and it's also said to work with PS4(I don't have that system, sooo, yeah). All that being said, as a casual gamer, I would say they're pricey. But as a hard-core gamer, $200 is very much worth the investment. Steamers will love these. I didn't even bring up the professional sound presets. WOO!! Bottom line, if you really want that freedom of wireless with near flawless latency, and great sound, get these. I would've give it 5 stars had it been able to work on my Xbox One X.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great sound. Mic is amazing- August 17, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I really enjoy this headset. I always trust Logitech’s products, and was excited that they came out with a wireless version of the G Pro. I don’t do heavy gaming but when I do, I need one that is wireless and has a good mic pick up. Pros - comfortable: the padding feels great over my ears and head and they don’t feel tight at all. - mic: on the left ear cup is the attachment for the mic. The mic is adjustable and you have software to the mic adjustments using their Blue Voice technology on the Logitech Hub. This is a nice feature because you can adjust it to the perfect sound pick up that is right for. It didn’t pick up too much background noise around my house, which is a plus since I have 2 kids running around. - Sound: this is a solid headset when listening to music or watching movies and most importantly gaming. playing Fortnite gave me a heightened sense of sound and which way to go, but I still stink at that game... playing easy games like Roblox with their soundtrack was more manageable. Even doing a little Minecraft brought out the nature sounds of the areas around my village as I build. - Battery life: I get around 21 hours of battery life with medium to heavy use before I need a recharge. Logitech has it slated at 20+, so that is pretty accurate. - Range. I have a 2 story townhome and have my computer on the second floor, dead center of the houses. I am able to go around the entire 2nd floor and even downstairs without losing my connection. Logitech also says it can go about 15m range which is true in my experience. Cons - USB Transmitter. This is the major issue I had with this, you need to use one of your USB-A ports. My desktop computer only has two, my Surface Pro only has 1. I didn’t want to get a dongle for my Surface so I use up my only USB port. Wish it didn’t require this transmitter. - Logitech G Hub: I had so many issues trying to get this set up, this took long as I kept getting errors. After a restart on my computer I was able to set it up and running. Overall, I really enjoy the G Pro X 2.0. It takes time to get the G Hub software to your preference, but once you figure it out you get amazing sound and mic quality.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Choice for Gaming- August 17, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I will open with the admission that I have been a long time fan of Logitech. They make great peripherals that are high quality and well priced. These headphones are no exception. Well packaged and high quality, these headphones have a polished aluminum look, soft and comfortable ear cups and a removable headphone. Included is a USB charging cable and USB Bluetooth adapter. Controls are on the left earpiece and include on/off, volume and mute. They are easily accessible, and offer a nice tacticale feel. You will want to download the Logitech G HUB to tune the mic and create/download profiles. End of the day, very good gaming headset with one opportunity for improvement. The bass is certainly adequate, but I do wish it were just a little more punchy. Certainly not a deal breaker, but I do want just that little bit of improvement. I would recommend to a friend for gaming, but for music, they are pretty good, but not quite great. **PLEASE NOTE** This product was provided to me at no cost in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. This review is exactly that: Honest and unbiased. The price played no role in the tone or honesty of this review.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent Build and Fit but Missing Stuff- September 7, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Pros: * Excellent build quality. * Physical power button (slides for on/off). * Mute button with audio feedback. * Comfortable fit. * Includes swappable foam ear pads and carrying pouch. Cons: * Boom microphone has no button or LED for mute. * Provided software doesn’t install on vanilla Windows computer. My Review: For gaming headsets, there are a few must-haves; comfortable fit for wearing during long-duration sessions and great sound quality. This Logitech G PRO X headset does both. The built quality is superb, from the metallic accents on the sides to the simple and sleek metal arms. Unfortunately, that’s where the good stuff ends. The boom microphone is nice enough but unlike some competitors, this microphone is an analog plug so there is no mute button or mute status LED on the boom itself. Sure, there’s a physical push-push button on the left ear to mute the microphone, and you do get a nice audio beep either way, but I prefer the headsets that put these things on the boom itself so I don’t have to feel for one of the several buttons on the ear cup that I can’t see. To get the most out of this headset (similar to others), you need to download and install their G HUB software. After weeks of trying and numerous calls to tech support, the software still doesn’t install on my vanilla Microsoft Surface Book 3 notebook. One would think that the most recent Microsoft-branded notebook would be able to install the software, but nope. The provided USB dongle is a tad large, too. It’s got a USB-A plug and most newer notebooks have USB-C ports, so you might need to find an adapter or hub to plug it into. At least this headset charges with a USB-C cable (provided). Overall, I can’t recommend this headset simply because the software won’t install, tech support couldn’t help, and there are competing products out there with a nicer set of features. The build quality is great, but that doesn’t matter if you can’t use them to their fullest potential.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Comfortable, but horrible durability- July 23, 2021
Comfortable and wireless were nice, but I could never hear as much as my friends playing the same game. They were always saying "did you hear that" and I'd be like "no I didn't hear anything". T Also, in less than a year they have almost completely fallen apart. I don't do anything with them other then take them off and on and put them on my desk. Bad quality and weak plastic items are holding these things together, which is not a good sign when you're paying $200 for headphones. Weak plastic pieces should not be holding something this expensive together. I've had two separate structural pieces fall apart now. One was an easy fix with electrical tape, the other renders the headphones completely useless since one headphone now just hangs and isn't supported by anything. TLDR: Buy another pair of headphones unless you want to buy new ones rather soon.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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