Even if you're not a gamer, you are probably familiar with Logitech's G series products, and any gaming peripheral that starts with G indicates that it's a Logitech product. When playing Fornite or other First Person Shooter (FPS) game, a headset with quality sound will immerse you in the game and assure your victory. Logitech G Pro X gaming headset is one of a kind product that can achieve that performance.
Logitech G Pro X 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound Gaming Headset Review
Type: Closed-back Wired Over-ear Gaming Headset with Virtual Surround Sound | Drivers: Dynamic | Impedance: 35 Ohms | Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz | Microphone Frequency Response: 100 Hz – 10,000 Hz | USB Sound Card: Included | Surround Sound: 7.1 Channel sound – DTS Headphone:X 2.0 Surround Sound | Weight: 320g
The Logitech’s G PRO X gaming headset highlights distinctive features as a wired gaming headset worth around $100. The G Pro X is not a music-focused gaming headset as they were not optimized for listening to music, but mainly playing games,. Its vibrant, rich, and full bass is imposing, while its performance in the mid-range is only moderate, and it falls a bit short in the high frequencies. The microphone provides users the best experience for gaming. The microphone interface is quite simple. However, various advanced options appear once you check the box to enable Blue VO!CE, the overall interface changes completely. With the advanced controls enabled, the settings allow you to create a high-pass filter, adjust noise-reduction, compressor & limiter, including a voice equalizer and many other features.
For the packaging, Logitech has used a black packaging design for the G series this time, which looks cool overall. Product pictures appear on the front of the packaging, featuring a white Blue VO!CE logo to indicate the use of Blue Voice Microphone technology.
The Logitech G Pro X gaming headset comes bundled with accessories: storage bag, various manual sticker cards, microphone, external USB sound card (DAC), two 3.5 mm cables for both PC and mobile phone with in-line mic, and Y adapter audio cable and velvet headphone cover, including two pairs of leatherette and cloth ear pads filled with memory foam.
Logitech G Pro X has a design of its own that is considerably different from Logitech’s previous headphone models.
The aluminum connecting part has a black design and allows 12 levels of adjustment. Wearing the headphones feels comfortable without any pressure or clamping. The headband portion of the headphones is padded with thick memory foam on the inside and covered in faux leather made of protein, allowing the headphones to be worn with less pressure. At 320g of weight, the headset itself effectively overcomes the pressure.
The earcups are large enough to fully enclose around the ears, with leatherette wrapping the earpads, the headphones are really comfortable to wear, even though in the summer the earcups feel somewhat warm and stuffy. The standard protein leather-like material of the headset cover is very comfortable to feel and touch, is relatively large, wraps around the ear, and plays a role in passively blocking external noises that can hinder the user’s gaming experience.
One of the most exciting features of the headset is its first-ever Blue VO!CE microphone technology, combined with the USB sound card, allows for a wide range of personalized settings, including optional presets for professional eSports players and DTS HEADPHONE:X 2.0 surround sound.
The G PRO X can be configured to operate as a digital audio console via Logitech’s G HUB software, thanks to a USB sound card. The USB sound card also allows the headset to switch between stereo mode and surround mode in the G HUB, simulating 7.1 channel performance.
The microphone technology of G PRO X is developed by Logitech and its American professional microphone brand Blue VO!CE. The microphone provides users the best experience for gaming. The microphone interface is quite simple. However, various advanced options appear once you check the box to enable Blue VO!CE, the overall interface changes completely.
With the advanced controls enabled, the settings allow you to create a high-pass filter, adjust noise-reduction, compressor & limiter, including a voice equalizer and many other features. A fairly intuitive interface loaded with options that allow you to customize your experience profoundly.
As with Logitech G Pro, the Logitech G Pro X model features the same 50mm drivers. Its sound continues to be vigorous and realistic as most gamers would like it to be.
The G Pro X is not a music-focused gaming headset as they were not optimized for listening to music, but mainly playing games,. Its vibrant, rich, and full bass is imposing, while its performance in the mid-range is only moderate, and it falls a bit short in the high frequencies.
The DTS Headphones: X 2.0 virtual surround sound effect on the DTS Headphones: X 2.0 gaming headsets Logitech G Pro X, will enhance the performance of the sound space, to fully reflect the three-dimensional virtual space of the sound scene.
In FPS online video games like Fortnite or PUBG, with the G PRO X gaming headset, you can clearly notice the general direction of the shooting and the sound of nearby enemies and their footsteps as they walk towards you.
The soundstage and bass performance make Logitech G Pro X the perfect unit for gaming. An accurate and broad soundstage provides a more detailed representation of the game’s sound field, whereas the bass performance enhances the gaming experience by highlighting the game’s atmosphere.
Logitech’s G PRO X highlights distinctive features as a wired gaming headset worth around $100. In terms of voice recording and microphone quality, Logitech uses the Blue VO!CE microphone technology, which was jointly developed with its American professional microphone brand Blue, to provide clear and intelligible communication. Furthermore, Logitech’s G HUB software settings allow the headset as a whole to be used to its full advantage. Players can also adjust the settings to their own experience outside of the professional gaming presets, which can be shared publicly.
As far as Logitech’s G PRO X’s performance compared to the previous G Pro is concerned, we do not feel that the upgrade is significant. When it comes to shape and appearance, the Logitech G Pro X professional gaming headset is visibly distinctive. With Logitech G Pro X, you do benefit from a more crystal clear communication using the Blue Vo!ce microphone technology, plenty of customizations, sleeker design, and better acoustic imaging.