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In a Nutshell
Logitech G Pro X Wireless Headset is an exceptional peripheral device. It offers incredible sound quality and outstanding workmanship, however, its high price is hard to justify, despite the fact that it’s completely wireless.
Not long ago, Logitech released a G Pro X headset, which was able to deliver good performance, exceptional build quality and amazing comfort that succeeded in justifying its high price. In the meantime, its wireless and much more expensive brother G Pro X Wireless arrived, which we decided to put on our heads and check if it was worth a significant increase in price.
The Logitech G Pro X is almost identical to its wired brother. It is a bulky closed-type headset. The headset is reminiscent of a studio headset and is very elegant. It is made of a combination of quality plastic and aluminum in matte black and silver colors. Its headphone shells and top bracket are upholstered in quality faux leather, underneath which are soft sponge pads. Thanks to the high-quality materials, it does not produce unwanted cracking even when we maliciously bend it trying to make it squeak from any of the joints. The headset is quite flexible and has the ability to adjust the range and move the headphones along the horizontal axis, so it is easy to adjust to the head, where it remains unnoticeable even after prolonged use, despite the weight of 370 grams.
Logitech G Pro X Wireless Specifications
|Headset Type||Closed, over-ear|
|Sensitivity||91.7 dB SPL @ 1 mW & 1 cm|
|Microphone Pickup Pattern||Cardioid (Unidirectional)|
|Connection Type||Wireless adapter (2.4 GHz)|
|Wireless Range||Up to 15 meters|
|Battery Life||Up to 20 hours|
|Accessories||Charging cable, extra pads, carrying case|
The headphone shells on this headset are big enough to hug even the largest ears. Noise isolation inwards and outwards is quite good. After all, these are still closed-type headphones, but compared to the competing models, they still miss a bit more noise. The right handset is free of any accessories, and all controls are located on the left handset. On its front there is a 3.5 mm slot for a detachable microphone, and just below it is a USB-C slot, which is used to connect to the charging cable. Unfortunately, this cable cannot be used to transmit audio. On the back of the right earpiece there is a slide switch that turns the headset on and off, as well as a dial for digital volume adjustment and a switch to mute the microphone.
The Logitech G Pro X Wireless connects to a computer using a USB adapter and uses 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi, which ensures minimal latency that the average ear cannot notice, and good connection stability and range. You can use this headset as a plug & play device, which means that it also works on PlayStation 4 or other operating systems, and for more advanced features you can use Logitech’s G Hub driver, where you can play with equalizer settings (separately for sound and microphone), adjust virtual multichannel sound, and set up user profiles.
Inside the headphones, the Logitech G Pro X Wireless houses the company’s 50mm Hybrid Mesh PRO-G diaphragms. The sound they produce is relatively warm and rich, with a slightly more pronounced bass, typical of gaming headsets. The midtones on this headset are very precise and are ideal for playing FPS due to the very good positioning of the sound source in the space, regardless of whether you use stereo or virtual surround. For other purposes, the Pro X Wireless is a solid but not optimal choice. However, if you aren’t an avid audiophile, it will do well in music or film assignments as well.
Priced at around $200.00, the Logitech G Pro X Wireless is not the cheapest wireless headset on the market, and we can’t say that it stands out from its competitors with its sound. What’s more, you can undoubtedly find a slightly cheaper devices that sounds just as good. However, it justifies its price with the exceptional quality of workmanship, and with a capable battery, which lasts a little less than 20 hours and easily withstands even the longest gaming sessions. If you want an uncompromisingly comfortable and high-quality headset, good performance and a quality microphone, which is also wireless, you don’t have to look any further than this headset.