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Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset Review

7.2 Total Score
Logitech G935 Review

The Logitech G935 is a stylish and comfortable wireless gaming headset which do not bring enough audio power or clarity to justify its price. Its design is a little dated, but if you are looking to build out your light, bright gaming setup, then this headset is perfect.

Design
7
Comfort
8.4
Battery Life
8.1
Microphone
5.8
Isolation
5
Sound Quality
9
PROS
  • Excellent sound quality
  • Flawless wireless connectivity
  • Comfortable
  • Versatile connections
CONS
  • Dated physical design
  • Unnecessary RGB lightning
  • Weird mic
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Logitech G935 vs SteelSeries Arctis 7

The SteelSeries Arctis 7 wireless are better gaming headphones than the Logitech G935 wireless gaming headset according to the review. They’re better-built headphones and don’t feel as plasticky.

They even have about twice the battery lifetime of the G935. Their microphone is noticeably better and offers a far better speech recording quality. 

On the opposite hand, the Logitech headphones have a far better app that gives more controls and that they even have RGB lighting, if that’s something you’re curious about having. The G935 also has better out-of-the-box sound quality, although you’ll EQ both headsets in their respective apps.

SpecsLogitech G935SteelSeries Arctis 7
Weight0.85 lbs0.77 lbs
Low-Frequency Extension10 Hz46.89 Hz
Battery Life12.8 hours25 hours
Charge Time3.7 hours3.3 hours
AppLogitech G HubSteelSeries Engine

What is the difference between Logitech G933 and G935?

The Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset and, therefore, the Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset is very similar in design, but the G935 isn’t necessarily an upgrade over the G933, especially if you have already got the primary model.

Some features, just like the in-line remote controls or the inputs on the dongle, are now gone on the newer model. On the opposite hand, the G935 has a better wireless range and really minimal latency.

The G935 even has better sound quality, but you’ll EQ both headsets inside the G HUB app. The G933 also features a slightly better-sounding microphone, which is best for online games.

SpecsLogitech G935Logitech G933
Weight0.85 lbs0.8 lbs
Low-Frequency Response10 Hz10 Hz
Battery Life12.8 hours12.5 hours
Charge Time3.7 hours3.8 hours
Bluetooth VersionNoNo

Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset Features Review

Design

The Logitech G935 gaming headset is made primarily of plastic, with large angular headphones. It has LED lights on the back of the headphones, also as through the Logitech G logo on the edges. It features a black plastic chassis that is matte and shiny.

Logitech G935 feels sturdy. The headband sports an indoor metal strip, and it always feels secure. The earpads are made from foam-covered leatherette, and they’re large enough that getting an honest seal is pretty easy. The pads are pretty rigid, though.

The headset features an array of buttons and switches on the left headphone, and most of them are customizable. There’s an influence switch, volume dial, and mute mic button, also as three programmable buttons—they default to cycling EQ presets, toggling surround sound, and managing LED brightness.

The headphone side plates are removable, revealing a storage slot for the headset’s USB dongle within the left earcup, and therefore the battery on the proper headphone. It jas a removable battery. It doesn’t come with No different colored plates, no additional batteries, and no ear pads made from velour or other materials.

The Logitech G935 gaming headset also supports Logitech’s LIGHTSYNC LED ecosystem. Meaning if you’ve got all types of LED-riddled Logitech gaming hardware, you’ll match their light colors easily.

The headset mic is pretty good. It’s got a versatile extending tip, so finding the proper position is pretty easy, and it also works as the other gaming headset.

Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset design
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Comfort

The Logitech G935 offers leatherette earcups and a padded headband, both of which feel supportive and breathable. So you wear the headset for hours at a time with no effects, even with glasses on because neither the headband nor the earcups depress too heavily.

The odd shape of the ear cups prevents them from making an ideal seal, but that also means your ears won’t get too sweaty.

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Connectivity

This is a wireless gaming headset, and like almost every product therein category, it uses a 2.4GHz wireless USB dongle to attach together with your platform of choice.

We found it works wirelessly without issue on the PS4 and docked Nintendo Switch too—Xbox One gamers will need to use the included 3.5mm cord to play.

Logitech G935 connectivity
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Battery Life

Logitech G935 wireless headset can last up to 12 hours on one charge with the lights off and eight hours with them on. However, as per the review, we found Logitech G935 headset managed 12 hours 40 minutes on one charge with the lights on.

Impressive though, which will seem compared to the company’s claims, it’s still no great shakes. There’s nothing wrong with battery life like this, but considering more and more wireless gaming headsets can push 30 hours on one charge, there’s nothing especially right with it either.

Music Performance

The Logitech G935 offers pretty good audio for a gaming headset. There’s a notable over-emphasis within the bass range and a few slight de-emphases within the high range.

The G935 can struggle to accurately play really bassy music in a pleasant way.

In “out of sight” by Run the Jewels, the bass line that drives the song sounds loud and intense, and while it’s great. De-emphasis within the high range can make those sorts of sounds harder to listen to, especially when bass sound is boosted love it here.

In games, this type of audio output should do exactly fine with most genres and sound profiles. There’s nothing approaching active noise canceling here, but the Logitech G935 headset isolation acquits itself well.

Don’t expect to block out conversations from the headset that is happening next to you, but the traffic noise out a window shouldn’t trouble you much.

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Logitech G935 Mic Quality

The microphone of the Logitech G935 is pretty good, much bog-standard for a gaming headset as per my review. Unlike many 3.5mm drivers options, there aren’t any overall volume issues, but there’s the standard steep de-emphasis within the bass range and slight overemphasis within the high range.

The underemphasis within the bass range is considerably less desirable. If you’ve got a deeper voice to expect to sound pretty tinny—people with higher voices shouldn’t have much issue.

Gaming Performance

The Logitech G935 offers a reasonably solid gaming experience. The headset features DTS:X 2.0 surround sound through the G Hub software, and it provided decently accurate directional audio during matches of Overwatch.

The G Hub software also allows for adjusting the quantity of various directions, which is great if you’re playing a battle royale game.

Playing console games isn’t quite nearly as good an experience, because the G Hub features (including surround sound) aren’t available, but the headset games that only need stereo sound alright.

Unfortunately, the Switch still doesn’t support gaming headset microphones for many games.

Logitech G935 Specs

BrandLogitech
Model NameG935
Release Date5 Feb 2019
Weight263 grams
Product Dimensions 19.8 x 10.7 x 23 cm
Connection TypeUSB
Battery life12 hours (without lightning)
Warranty2 years
Accessories IncludedThe headset comes with USB dongle, a micro USB charging cable, a 3.5mm cord, and a user manual.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Logitech G935 good for gaming?

In terms of sound quality, the Logitech G935 wireless gaming headphones are among the best on the market. Although its boom microphone is good for gaming purposes, it doesn’t sound as clear as the G635’s. The Logitech G HUB software, which is one of the best and most thorough apps we’ve examined so far, is compatible with these headphones.

Is Logitech G935 worth it?

The Logitech G935 is far from a horrible gaming headset—it just feels a little out of date. For those who don’t need a wireless headset, the G Pro X from Logitech has a lot more software functions as well as a stronger, more comfortable build—also it’s less expensive.

Is Logitech G935 wireless?

The G935 allows you to play wirelessly or cable, depending on your preference. Play for up to 12 hours without lighting or 8 hours with the default lighting on 2.4 GHz wireless.

Conclusion

As per my review, the Logitech G935 looks a bit old-fashioned, but it’s a rock-solid gaming headset at an inexpensive price. The wireless features are flawless, the sound quality is beyond reproach, and therefore the fit is comfortable enough to wear for about the foremost grueling marathon gaming sessions.

The SteelSeries Arctis 7 or the HyperX Cloud Flight S both offer everything the G935 does for nearly at the same price, plus they’re more comfortable and have better battery life. If you don’t need a wireless headset, the Logitech G Pro X offers quite a bit more software features, and it’s also cheaper.

There are many more expensive gaming headsets, less impressive gaming headsets than the Logitech G935. However, this headset sits at a weird and uneasy point within the market where it’s both just a small bit too expensive and a small bit lackluster—there are higher value options on each side of the worth spectrum.


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Hemant Kumar

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I'm Hemant Kumar and BPFY is my world. I have a keen interest in Technology and blogging mostly related to Hosting, Headphones & Speakers.

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