Logitech G PRO X Wireless Lightspeed Gaming Headset with Blue VO!CE Mic Filter Tech, 50 mm PRO-G Drivers, and DTS Headphone:X 2.0 Surround Sound

(8 customer reviews)

Original price was: $229.99.Current price is: $159.99.

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  • Based on the award-winning PRO Gaming Headset design, the PRO X Wireless headset features high-quality materials, advanced communications, precision audio and total wireless freedom.
  • High performance PRO X gaming headset with Lightspeed wireless technology, up to 20-plus hours of battery life and up to 15 m of 2.4 GHz wireless range.
  • Next generation DTS Headphone: X 2.0 7.1 surround sound channel with object-based surround sound for greater positional and distance awareness of objects in-game.
  • Advanced PRO-G 50 millimeter drivers deliver clear and precise sound imaging with improved bass response. Hear footsteps and environmental cues with clarity to give you the competitive advantage in game.
  • Soft memory foam earpads with your choice of premium passive noise-canceling leatherette or soft, breathable velour for supreme comfort.
  • Built to last with a durable aluminum fork and steel headband.
  • Console compatible: PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 (USB wireless stereo sound only), Nintendo Switch (wireless stereo sound when docked)
Brand

‎Logitech G

Series

‎PRO Wireless

Item model number

‎981-000906

Hardware Platform

‎PC, Playstation 5

Item Weight

‎13.1 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎5.43 x 3.7 x 7.68 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5.43 x 3.7 x 7.68 inches

Color

‎Black

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Manufacturer

‎Logitech

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎July 28, 2020

8 reviews for Logitech G PRO X Wireless Lightspeed Gaming Headset with Blue VO!CE Mic Filter Tech, 50 mm PRO-G Drivers, and DTS Headphone:X 2.0 Surround Sound

  1. Yihua Wang

    It is just one month from I get this headset. I never hit it and I never do anything rude to it. But it broke today. It is only 34 days and its quality can not match its price. I never think a headset can break down in the short term.Bad and sad experience.

  2. Bruno Takeda

    Estou escrevendo esse review após 2 meses de uso.

    Todas as reviews que eu via não eram úteis suficiente. Eram todos baseados em opiniões rasas falando “é ruim” ou “é bom” e geralmente emitidas por pseudo-analistas-streamers-gamers. As demonstrações não eram totalmente reais por conta da edição de vídeo e as opiniões eram contaminadas por uso de Headsets wired.

    Após ler e ver toneladas de reviews de Headsets Wireless, resolvi escrever o meu e esclarecer até pra quem tem as mesmas necessidades que eu tenho. Eu vim de um Headset Microsoft Lx-3000 (conexão USB), que usava pra jogar e trabalhar, ou seja, um Headset mediano que atendia minhas necessidades.

    Meu uso:
    Eu estive procurando um Headset Wireless por bastante tempo por 2 motivos (logicamente com a mesma qualidade ou próxima do Headset com fios).
    1. Necessitava de um Headset em que pudesse me levantar da cadeira e andar um pouco enquanto estou em reuniões de trabalho (como estou muito tempo em Home Office é legal levantar um pouco).
    2. Queria um Headset em que eu não ficasse esbarrando ou ficasse com a sensação de fios pendurados enquanto estivesse jogando.

    Por esses motivos todos acima, principalmente das reviews inúteis que vi, vou fazer a minha baseada nos critérios abaixo:

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    SOM:
    -NITIDEZ
    Uma das dúvidas que sempre tenho é se o som é nítido. Quando digo sobre nitidez é o quanto um som é límpido, ou seja, um som que não seja abafado do qual você não consegue nem mesmo distinguir a voz das pessoas (sem considerar a qualidade do vídeo e sem controles adicionais).

    O som é bem nítido nas configurações padrão e não fica com aquele som parecido com “som de ligação de telefone discado”. Os fones mais antigos tinham essa característica pela tecnologia não estar totalmente madura, tornando o som com perda de qualidade e com mais característica de “telefone”, mas o receptor 2.4ghz ajuda bastante nisso.

    Não dá pra comparar com Headsets com fio, principalmente os que são mais profissionais, há uma perda de qualidade, porém para um cara que não trabalha com som como eu, é pouquíssimo perceptível… mas lembre-se: meu foco é mobilidade com a qualidade igual ou semelhante ao que eu usava (que também não era headset profissional).

    -VOLUME
    A intensidade do som é algo que muita gente não leva em consideração alguns pontos. Muito se depende do tipo de conteúdo que está se consumindo no momento… principalmente vídeos. Muitos já devem ter se deparado com um vídeo extremamente baixo onde a gente precisa aumentar até o último volume e logo em seguida ter que baixá-lo porque o vídeo seguinte era muito alto.
    O volume é bem cadenciado neste Headset. O que eu quero dizer com isso? Quero dizer que não é possível aumentar demais mas também não é um volume tão baixo. Há de se considerar que é precisso lembrar aos mais hardcores que o Headset não é amplificador e que também há o fato limitador da bateria, não é ligado a uma fonte de energia (tomada), etc. É projetado para ser wireless. Embora essa seja a característica é muito satisfatório o volume.

    -CONTROLES
    Nesta parte não sei dizer tanto porém há muitos controles. Há equalizadores personalizados no software da Logitech e várias tecnologias embutidas. Ajustei de uma forma que ficasse agradável aos meus ouvidos.

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    MICROFONE

    -NITIDEZ DO SOM
    Esse é o ponto mais contraditório de todos os reviews que já vi. Ninguém conseguiu demonstrar de forma satisfatória qual é o verdadeiro som. Só consegui ouvir o som verdadeiro do microfone quando um amigo me disse que estava usando este headset e falando comigo pelo Discord.
    Não acredite nos reviews pseudo-gamers. Eles usam microfones que estão muito fora da realidade da grande maioria, sendo microfones profissionais.
    A nitidez do PRO X é muito satisfatória para se comunicar em jogos e trabalhar. Para fazer vídeos talvez não seja o ideal (como é a realidade dos pseudo-gamers) mas para trabalhar e jogar é muito satisfatório.
    O som da voz não fica como se estivéssemos com fones bluetooth ou mesmo em um telefone convencional. Fica com uma boa qualidade e totalmente nítido.

    É importante também lembrar que o volume da sua voz também depende de ajustes do sistema operacional (que muitas vezes interfere pois tem configurações automáticas) e também do software que estará usando o microfone (Skype, Discord, etc).

    Outra coisa importante é sempre manter o firmware, através do G HUB (software da Logitech), atualizado. Isso proporciona constantes melhorias no som. Alguns dos vídeos mais antigos mencionam que conforme o firmware foi sendo atualizado a qualidade do som foi melhorando e este pode ser um dos motivos pelos quais os vídeos mais antigos davam um review pior para este headset.

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    ESTRUTURA
    A estrutura é bem robusta sendo as hastes que seguram as conchas de metal bem resistente (diferentemente das de plástico do Microsoft Lx-3000 que eu usava) o que já dá uma boa segurança na hora de usar.

    Microfone tem conexão P2 (aqueles conectores de fone tradicionais de “pininho”) e é destacável. Na hora de transportar em uma mochila é muito útil pois eu sempre me preocupava de acabar quebrando em outros headsets em que não era destacável. Além de disso ele é totalmente articulável. Tem uma estrutura de metal em que podemos dobrar para qualquer direção (tipo aquelas estruturas de metal segmentadas, que eu informalmente chamo de “cobrinha”).

    Existem botões na concha esquerda do Headset, sendo elas de liga e desliga, botão de Mute e “rodinha” de volume. Todas elas ficam em uma posição agradável e é bem intuitivo depois das primeiras usadas do Headset. Detalhe para a roda de volume, que é infinita, não tem uma posição fixa de término, o que é bastante útil pois se tem um controle muito melhor.

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    CARREGAMENTO / Bateria
    Ainda na concha esquerda, tem a conexao USB-C para carregamento, que tem um detalhe MUITO IMPORTANTE. A posição não é tão boa, porém é possível fazer o carregamento do Headset ao mesmo tempo em que usamos, o que a maioria dos headsets não faz.

    A Bateria dura tranquilamente mais de 10 horas seguidas e com energia ainda de sobra. Por experiência própria trabalhando com ele e escutando música já teve dias em que precisei carregar apenas depois de 2 dias (logicamente com minha rotina de uso).

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    Conclusão
    Eu fiquei realmente muito satisfeito com este Headset. Na época comprei pela Amazon mesmo e estava tendo um desconto pequeno (mas desconto é desconto né rs) que ficava por 1299,00.
    É um preço relativamente alto… acredito que poderia ser um pouco mais barato, porém pelas funcionalidades que ele entrega estou bem satisfeito por enquanto.

  3. Christopher

    I will not add a repeat of the already positive and thorough reviews listed here about this product. I agree with them. I take my sound seriously, having been a DJ and in bands in my youth; and can’t go a day without music. I was looking for a replacement wireless headset for my computer (Windows 11 laptop) use – music, video, and gaming. I also wanted something I could Zoom with in a quality fashion, as well as reasonable battery life, and comfort was a big factor this time. (I both wear glasses, and have a large head, and this has been an issue with other headphones.) I didn’t want active noise-cancelling, but some degree of isolation is important. There is also a “work around” for the lack of Bluetooth which I will go in to at the end of summary feedback.

    After a couple weeks of a LOT of research and comparison from headphones ranging from $50 to $400, I had narrowed it down to half a dozen headsets, and the challenging part was comfort – hard to verify that online. I walked into a retail store to try on the headsets, prepared to purchase them on the spot if they fit the comfort criteria. They had the WIRED version, but not the wireless. I chose the Logitech G PRO X, came home, and ordered the wireless version, which showed up the next day.

    Comfort: Ok – it feels like liquid heaven. These fit and feel wonderful. Overall, they unit is heavier than my last pair (which was mostly plastic), but it doesn’t FEEL heavy. It fits softly AROUND the ear, and I don’t feel it. I wear headphones the majority of the day, and above any other factor, comfort and fit can take the joy away more than any other feature. The oval shape is perfect. (Any company still making circular headsets need to go back and look at the shape of an ear…) They come with an alternate set of material, so the owner can select whichever feels best to them.

    Sound Quality: Very good. Sharp, precise, and clear. Candidly: Does NOT pack the low end “Kick” of my previous (and cheaper) headphones, but the bass is still there… it’s the difference between “hearing” the low end, and “feeling it”. That being said, turning up the low end to “feel it” on headphones isn’t the best thing for your ears in the long run, so – hey. The software that comes with it does allow a significant amount of modification with both pre-settings and custom settings for EQ, and other effects, and it is painless to download and install. I listen from Rock to Classical, and happy with both.

    Microphone: Also good – by itself straight out of the box, the sound was a little on the “thin” side, BUT, with the customization of settings the software provides, it’s amazing. You can record a brief clip of your voice, loop it, and play with the settings until you sound like an announcer for an upcoming movie. Very cool. I check out microphone quality with the people I talk with, and they signed off it as “Good!” – so, worked there.

    Battery Life: Good – When fully charged and monitoring them as I use them, it has been accurately showing 24-25 hours’ worth of life. I use them long, and hard each day, and could imagine a situation where I could use up to 16 hours of that… and still have battery to spare. I have yet to fully test their recharging capability, but initial reaction seems to be that it charges back to a full charge pretty fast. Candidly, no worries in this department for my needs. (You can still use them with the USB power cord charging up, so running out of juice really isn’t an issue.)

    Wireless feature: OK, so this comes with a proprietary 2.4 wireless USB dongle that sticks out an inch and a half, and you have to deal with it (as a laptop user – desktop wouldn’t matter.) One of the specific issues I was having with my previous Bluetooth headset was that I was running into interference and sound dropping after use, as well as the audio becoming slightly off sync with video after a while, and – neither of those are acceptable… (which prompted the search for a replacement/upgrade.) Bluetooth is convenient but has its own pros and cons. The 2.4 system of this is painlessly plug-and-play. Just stuck the dongle in, turned on the headphones, and they were instantly fully active. Range of 2.4 is typically better than Bluetooth range, and this has definitely been proven out. I can wander around the house a bit again, which is nice, as compared to just across the room.

    WORKAROUND FOR LACK OF BLUETOOTH:
    As the G PRO X Wireless DOES NOT have any Bluetooth support NOR does it have a jack for a plain old cable, there were two aspects of this headset which were not 100% in sync with my wish list. (Listen up Logitech!) I would always like to have the opportunity to have a traditional 3.5 jack to manually wire in a headset. You just never know when something is going to happen, battery, interference… but the show must go on. Without that jack, it means that I have to maintain an entire backup set of headphones. Not IDEAL, but doable. I would hope to never need it, but would like to have the option. However, here simply is no jack, nor does the USB function in that fashion either. Call me old school, but I like a backup, even if it adds 49 cents worth of parts to the cost. Not a deal killer however. Would have let me use it easily with my phone however…

    The bigger trade off was the lack of Bluetooth (COMBINED with the lack of a wire.) All indications were – (even saw it listed in various reviews) that this meant that the headphone is limited in use to computers and consoles with regular USB ports… SPECFICALLY, that I would lose the ability to wear my awesomely comfortable headphones while on my (Android based) phone… meaning that I needed to manage yet ANOTHER set of headphones, earbuds, etc., for taking phone calls. (I read reviews where this was called out as a specific shortcoming factor.) THIS IS NOT THE CASE!!! I came across a reference from a user who used a simple USB-C Male to USB Female adapter (available cheap) to connect the dongle to their Android phone… and I have done the same, and the headphones DO WORK fine for taking phone calls from my phone. Yes, I have a bit of a weird contraption hanging out of the bottom of my phone – but, I am beyond happy with that. The phone functionality was also plug and play (actually FAST and LESS cumbersome to set up than a Bluetooth headset.) Plugged in an adapter (<$4 to $9), plugged the 2.4 dongle into that, and turned the headsets on. Listened to music, sounded great. The volume wheel controlled the volume on my phone. Make a call, sounds great.

    Thought it was going to be a trade-off, but now I can use the same set of headphones on my laptop and phone, and in the end is actually LESS hassle than trying to share Bluetooth between the two. Just unplug from one and plug in to the other, and off you go. STILL overjoyed by this. Candidly, DO NOT understand why Logitech doesn’t include a simple USB C Male to USB Female with the package (probably would cost them less than a dollar…), and eliminate “doesn’t work with phones” from the reviews of being a lack of a feature. Works fine with my android phone with its USB-C port.

    SO – if THIS aspect has been a reason why a person might decide against it, don’t let it stop you. Just spend a couple more bucks for the adapter when you order the headphones, and you can hook an Android phone at least to them. Hope this is helpful, was almost the deciding factor as to whether or not I purchased them… and am NOW completely happy that I did.

  4. JK

    I purchased this headset for my teen son who uses it exclusively for watching YT vids and with multi player games. I purchased at the end of July. The headset has been great. I did not want a headset with a wireless bluetooth connection, as that “tech”, which I use loosely, is marginal at best. I am not a fan, and welcome ANY other wireless technology that is NOT bluetooth. The other benefit is the separate removable pin to usb cable. This is for the 7.1 surround sound. This, in my opinion, is a key feature. Why? Skip to mid Nov, where the pin mysteriously becomes bent. Simultaneously, my son was complaining about a low volume, so I purchased a new pin to USB cable from Logitech. This didn’t solve the issue with the low volume. Logitech provides free software that is used to adjust headset volume controls. This was news to me, which I discovered this morning (1 week to xmas), when I phoned Logitech support. The initial woman and tech fellow with whom I spoke to resolve the issue was AWESOME! I didn’t have to wait, provide proof of purchase, none of that. We went straight to the software on the PC to get to a resolution. I unselected the noise reduction, increased the volume to 100%. For some reason it was set to 70%, which more than likely contributed to the low volume, and did seem to resolve the issue. Aside from the amazing customer support, which is important, the headset is very comfortable. I am not a user of over the head earphones, but these fit me well. My son wears them for hours on end, with no complaints. We are on the small size, under 5’5″, so have smaller noggins. He raves about the microphone quality, which is very good. This element is quite difficult to find in lower end headsets. I am thrilled Logitech support was able to resolve the low volume issue. We’ve had this set for 5 months, and no issues with the cushioning or any other aspect of this well constructed product. We are no audiophiles, so I am not measuring this on specific sound characteristics. If you are mainly watching videos and gaming, this is a great option at a moderate price point. Not cheap, but not over 100. I will update once I receive the report from my son, on his impressions of the adjustments made. If he is not completely satisfied, we will simply call Logitech support back and see what they recommend. I would buy these again, but luckily, fingers crossed, the issue was resolved!! We’ve gone through 4 headsets over the past 3 years, so I am just about done with buying these things. I hope this helps!

  5. Tom

    Things I love: great battery life, USB-C connection, extra ear covers (I switched to the fabric covers), sounds great, good range where I can walk around my house without dropping a connection, connects easily and instantly to my PC, the Logitech software

    The mic was supposed to be a strong selling point. I found it just OK. It’s more than adequate for my communication needs and works effectively.

    I have a larger head so it’s a little tight, but most headsets are like that for me.

    There isn’t an active noise canceling so you’ll hear everything around you. It might have been quieter with the artificial leather ear covers.

    Things I don’t like: I would prefer the mic to be permanently attached to the headset. The removable mic is nice when you don’t need it and want it out of the way, but I would rather have something like the Razer Nari Ultimate where you can insert the mic into the headset when you don’t want to use it, and extend it when you do want to use it. The Nari is a much bulkier headset so I’m sure the tradeoff is a smaller and lighter headset, but I would still prefer a better way to get the mic out of the way when not used while still having it permanently attached. The Nari has a bunch of other issues (battery and range the biggest) that make it the inferior headset of the two, but their mic design is nicer in my opinion.

    I have no regrets with this headset and would buy it again. It’s a fantastic headset and I’m very happy with it.

  6. Transcend

    I liked that this headset was very easy and seamless to get it up and running especially if you already have Ghub installed. However, I noticed multiple issues within my first week of use in which I had to just return the product as it was not worth the $262 CAD.
    Pros:
    Comfortable, and has a decent battery life. The G PRO X has a wide range for adjustment that should fit anyone’s noggin, and if you tend to get hot while gaming (sensitive to temperature around the ears) you can swap the pads out with the included velour like material pads. Easy connection to PC.

    Flaws:
    The biggest flaw for this $262 headset is the microphone. I don’t think I’ve had a microphone sounding this bad since my days in 2012 with a Steelseries Siberia V2 headset. Now it may not matter to yourself since you do not hear yourself while using this mic, but for the people on the other end it is indeed dreadful. The microphone peaks and sounds like there is an abnormal amount of cutoff between frequencies. Since using this microphone I had to repeatedly repeat what I say in voice coms since the microphone straight up does not recognize my voice and cuts off every single damn time. Logitech needs to revisit and tune this microphone or scrap it in general and release a G PRO X V2 with a Blue mic attached. Not acceptable, my airpods mic sounds better than this headset.

    Headset randomly disconnects, halfway through a match or whatever the headset drops connection for like a split moment not even a second but it forces me to my homepage. Big con when gaming, and only really ever noticed this happening while gaming. (gaming headset btw)

    If my headset was faulty with the disconnect then I would give this a 3 star but it seems like other people have had the same exact issues as me….

  7. Cliente de Amazon

    Al inicio estaba encantado con los audífonos, pues eran mis primeros wireless y en ese sentido no hay ninguna queja, buena duración de batería y fácil de usar. El sonido no es nada del otro mundo pero por el simple hecho de tener Blue Voice te cobran excesivamente. Aún así y a pesar de casi no usar el micrófono incluído les di la oportunidad al precio, pero para mí pesar, Logitech ha caído de mi gracia. De ser una de mis marcas favoritas a tener fallos en todos los dispositivos, desde pulsaciones dobles u omitidas en sus teclados, hasta usar para sus mouses sensores que con el mínimo de polvo dejan de funcionar en poco tiempo, dando como resultado clicks dobles o nula retención del click, que en shooters al apuntar afectan demasiado.
    En el caso de estos audífonos en menos de seis meses y sin ningún caso en lo absoluto de uso rudo, caídas u otras situaciones que podrían causar esto y a pesar de anunciarse el uso de materiales premium e incluso diadema de acero, de nada va a servir si lo que une a esta con los auriculares en cuestión son unos topes internos de plástico de lo más frágiles, y que como pueden ver en las imágenes, terminan por partirse y así separar las partes laterales, he tenido que usar super pegamentos o incluso ligas para el pelo para poder mantenerlas unidas, puesto que no simplemente se desatornillan, sino que se desprenden por completo. En la primer imagen adjunta se puede ver la ruptura de uno de los ejes en los auriculares, igualmente sin golpes o caídas, simplemente por el movimiento común del auricular. Ojalá y de todo corazón espero solo haya Sido un defecto de fabricación único; puesto que por el precio al que se venden, el cliente debería obtener mucho más

  8. Amazon Customer

    Sounds amazing, good range for a wireless headset, pretty solid build.

    cons:
    – the volume wheel doesn’t stop at max and just does an annoying beep sound when it reaches the max

    – The ear pads are really thin which makes my ears touche the internal of the headset. I had to buy a 40$CAD ear pad replacement for a 250$CAD headset. A solid build like the logitech g pro x wireless just to cheap out on the ear pad, CMON

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