We've tested 10 pairs of Logitech headphones so far. They make a fairly wide range of gaming headsets, though even their more premium models are quite budget-friendly. They're known for making comfortable headsets that offer good microphone performance, customization options, and well-balanced sound profiles. Unfortunately, most of their headsets are quite bulky with very gamer-centric designs that may not be the best choice for day-to-day use.
The best Logitech headset with a wireless connection that we've tested so far is the Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset. These headphones are quite comfortable thanks to their spacious ear cups with breathable pads and their control scheme features three programmable buttons that you can set to access different EQs or activate macros on a PC. Their out-of-the-box sound profile is fairly bass-heavy but can be fully customized via a graphic EQ within Logitech's G HUB software. Their boom microphone works quite well, and your voice sounds natural, clear, and easy to hear, even in a moderately loud environment.
Like all Logitech headsets, they can only be used wirelessly with a PS4 or PC with the included USB receiver, so if you game on an Xbox One, you'll have to plug them into the controller with any 1/8" TRRS audio cable. They're also quite bulky, and their boom microphone isn't detachable, so they aren't the best choice for casual day-to-day use. That being said, these are a decent pair of wireless gaming headphones that have a great price-to-performance ratio and are among the best PS4 gaming headsets we've reviewed so far.
The best Logitech headset with a wired connection that we've tested so far are the Logitech G Pro X Gaming Headset. These good wired gaming headphones have a much more casual and retro design than most other Logitech gaming headphones, and their detachable boom microphone makes them great for day-to-day use as well. Their microphone performance is very good, and your voice sounds full-bodied, clear, and easy to hear in loud situations. Their wired connection means you can easily plug them into the controller of most modern consoles, and their out-of-the-box sound profile is fairly well-balanced. If you prefer your headphones sound a specific way, you can also adjust their sound via a graphic EQ within Logitech's G HUB software.
Like most larger over-ear gaming headphones, their frequency response consistency is quite poor, so different people will likely experience their sound profile differently, and you may need to slightly adjust them on your head every time you wear them. They also don't block out very much background noise, which could be an issue if you want to use them as regular headphones in the office or on a bus. That being said, these are a good pair of gaming headphones if you prefer a more stable, wired connection.
The best Logitech headset in the budget category that we've tested so far is the Logitech G432 Gaming Headset. These inexpensive wired gaming headphones feature the same comfortable ear cups that Logitech is known for, and their pleather finish feels better on the skin than the mesh fabric used on older models. Their out-of-the-box sound profile is quite well-balanced, and, like all Logitech gaming headsets, you can change the way they sound via a graphic EQ within Logitech's G HUB software. Their boom microphone works surprisingly well considering their price, and your voice sounds very full, detailed, and natural. It also does an excellent job of separating your voice from background noise, which is great if you game in a noisy environment.
Unfortunately, their control scheme doesn't offer nearly as many options as some other models, and you can only adjust the volume or mute the mic by flipping it up. Their low price is also reflected in their build quality, and they look and feel very plasticky and cheap. That being said, these wired gaming headphones offer an excellent price-to-performance ratio thanks to their comfortable fit, well-balanced sound profile, and surprisingly excellent microphone.
The best Logitech headset for a variety of uses that we've tested so far is the Logitech G433 Gaming Headset. These wired gaming headphones have a much more sleek look than the Logitech G432 Gaming Headset and come with a bunch of additional components that make them a great option if you also want to use them as your day-to-day headphones as well. Their superb boom microphone can be removed entirely, and you can swap their regular cable out for one with an in-line microphone, so you can use them while on-the-go and still take phone calls. Their ear cups are quite comfortable, and they come with two different types of padding depending on what you prefer. Their out-of-the-box sound profile is very well-balanced, and they can be EQ'd within the Logitech G HUB software.
Unfortunately, like with most over-ear gaming headphones, they don't block out very much background noise, and they leak a fair amount of audio. This means that they won't help give you any peace during your daily commute, and you likely won't be able to blast your music at the office without your coworkers hearing. However, if you want a good wired gaming headset that can also double as your daily use headphones, these are a good, versatile option that offer great value overall.
Overall, Logitech makes very good comfortable gaming headsets that are customizable and generally have well-performing microphones. They make a good mix of wired or wireless headphones, and they range from budget to more premium headphones, though they generally tend to offer better overall value than some premium options from companies like SteelSeries or Astro. Overall, if you don't mind their bulkier look, Logitech headsets generally represent good value and have good price-to-performance ratios.
Logitech makes good gaming headsets overall that tend to be comfortable, customizable, and have good microphone performance. While they have a fairly wide range from cheaper, to more premium models, all their headphones are quite affordable when compared to some premium options from brands like SteelSeries or Astro. Unfortunately, their wireless headsets only work with PS4 or PC, and you'll need to wire them into your controller if you want to use them with an Xbox One.
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