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The 4 Best Logitech Headsets of 2023 Reviews

Best Logitech Headphones

We've tested 18 pairs of Logitech headphones. They make a fairly wide range of gaming headsets, though even their more premium models are budget-friendly. They make comfortable headsets with good microphone performance, customization options, and well-balanced sound profiles. Unfortunately, most Logitech headsets are bulky with very gamer-centric designs that may not be the best choice for day-to-day use.


Best Logitech Headphones

  1. Best Logitech Headset

    The best Logitech headset we've tested is the Logitech G735 Wireless. These over-ear headphones are meant for gaming but offer a versatile enough performance for casual use, like work or commuting. They're very well-built and have a comfortable fit, especially if you have a smaller head and find most gaming headsets too big. Their sound packs extra rumble and punch into audio, which can make action-packed games feel more immersive. If dialogue sounds cluttered, you can customize their sound with an EQ and presets in the companion app. Their USΒ dongle provides a low latency connection, so your game audio and visuals stay in sync.

    They also support Βluetooth, so you can mix music and game audio or use them more casually on the bus. The detachable boom mic makes your voice sound clear and natural while gaming or on the phone. It does a decent job of separating it from ambient sound, so you'll still be understandable in a moderately noisy environment. These headphones also last for more than 24 hours on a single charge. They're currently on sale with some retailers, so you can find them for around the same price as the next pick, which lets you save money without sacrificing multi-device pairing or Bluetooth connectivity.

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  2. Best Upper Mid-Range Logitech Headset

    The best Logitech wireless headset in the upper mid-range that we've tested is the Logitech G535 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Headset. These headphones are priced similarly to the Logitech G735 Wireless right now because the G735 are on sale, but they're usually cheaper. They don't have all the same bells and whistles as the previous pick since they don't support Bluetooth but are still a worthwhile choice for PC and PlayStation gamers. They have a comfortable fit and last nearly 24 hours continuously, which is great for long gaming marathons. They also offer low wireless latency, ensuring that your audio and visuals stay in sync when it matters most.

    Out of the box, they have a well-balanced sound with a touch of extra high-bass to help emphasize sound effects like footsteps. You can customize their sound to suit your tastes via their companion software's EQ and presets. Their boom mic offers a great recording quality, so you won't have trouble being heard clearly, even in moderately noisy environments. If you're looking for a more versatile headset or if you prefer a wired design, consider the Logitech G Pro X Gaming Headset. They're wired only and work with any console with an AUX port. However, their sound is boomier and bass-heavy out of the box.

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  3. Best Mid-Range Logitech Headset

    If you're looking for cheaper headphones, the Logitech G535 LIGHTSPEED Wireless is the best Logitech gaming headset at this price point. Like the pricier options, these headphones offer a low-latency connection for gaming. Their battery life of more than 30 hours is longer than the Logitech G PRO X WIRELESS LIGHTSPEED Gaming Headset's battery, which is nice if you forget to charge your headphones. Their sound profile lacks low-bass but is well-balanced overall and has a touch of extra body and punch that can help bring out sound effects like footsteps in games. They work with companion software with a graphic EQ and presets for sound customization.

    Unfortunately, their microphone performance isn't as good as the G PRO X's, so your voice sounds clear but lacks body if you use them for multiplayer games. They block out even less ambient sound and leak a lot of audio, so they aren't ideal if you play in a shared space. Also, even though they have a comfortable fit for most people, they may feel tight on bigger heads. Their all-plastic build is also a step down from more expensive options and may not be as durable.

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  4. Best Budget Logitech Headset

    The Logitech G432 Gaming Headset has you covered if you're looking for something on a budget; they're the best Logitech headphones with a budget-friendly price tag that we've tested. Although these wallet-friendly headphones have minimal controls, they're fairly customizable thanks to their compatibility with Logitech's G HUB software. You can adjust their punchy default sound to suit your tastes using their software's graphic EQ and presets and control the mic's sidetone levels and volume.

    Their boom mic offers a good overall performance out of the box, so your teammates will have no problems hearing you clearly. They also have a comfortable fit that'll keep you from feeling fatigued over time. However, their affordable price point reflects in their build quality, as they feel plasticky and not very sturdy. If that bothers you, the Logitech G335 are more expensive and feel sturdier. They're also lighter and more comfortable for most people. However, they have a bright sound profile that might not satisfy gamers who want to hear the rumble and punch in action-packed scenes. They don't work with the G HUB software or come with sound customization features.

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Compared to other brands

  • Comfortable. Every Logitech headset we've tested is comfortable, with good padding and large, spacious ear cups. Even their cheapest headsets have the same good comfort as their more expensive options.
  • Customizable. Every pair of Logitech headphones we've tested are fully compatible with the great Logitech G HUB software; it's available for both Windows and macOS. Even their cheapest headsets have access to a graphic EQ and presets, which is great.
  • Good microphone performance. Logitech headsets generally have very good microphone performance, especially on their wired models.
  • Bulky, gamer-centric designs. Most Logitech headsets tend to have large, bulky designs that may not be ideal for day-to-day use.
  • No Xbox Wireless compatibility. Unfortunately, Logitech doesn't make Xbox variants of their wireless headsets, so you can only use them wirelessly with a PC or PlayStation console. If you want to use them on an Xbox console, you must use them wired.

Logitech vs Razer

While Logitech and Razer compete for the same share of PC and PlayStation markets, Razer offers a more versatile lineup, including headsets with noise cancelling, Bluetooth, and haptic bass. Some of their headsets are also compatible with Xbox consoles. That said, Logitech offers more robust customization features via their companion software and tend to have better passive soundstages to help immerse you in your audio.

Logitech vs HyperX

Logitech and HyperX both make headphones for PC and PlayStation gamers. However, HyperX have the market cornered when it comes to build quality. You can expect a premium design from most of their models with high-grade materials like aluminum. However, most models have little to no customizability. That said, Logitech offers a couple of headsets that support Bluetooth and have companion software with robust features. You can also expect a higher level of comfort.

Logitech vs SteelSeries

Logitech and SteelSeries are well-matched in customization features, comfort, and build quality. There are some differences. SteelSeries focuses on gaming headsets for all consoles, including Xbox. Some of their headphones also support Bluetooth, meaning you can stay connected to your console and smartphone simultaneously. Their mics also tend to have better recording quality, so online gamers may want to check out the best SteelSeries headphones. Conversely, Logitech headsets usually have better soundstage performances. Some of their headsets are wireless only, which is good if you're looking to avoid cables.

Logitech vs Astro

Logitech and Astro are both gaming manufacturers that produce wired and wireless models. They also tend to be well-matched in performance, thanks to their price-gradated lineups. Astro offers a wider range of models, including some compatible with Xbox, those with robust in-line controls, and even an open-back model. Conversely, Logitech tends to produce headphones with longer continuous battery life, and their mics have better recording quality. Some models are wireless-only and have simple, easy-to-use designs.

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 offerings, ranging from budget to premium headphones. They typically offer a comparable overall value to some premium options from companies like SteelSeries or Astro. If you don't mind their bulkier look, Logitech headsets generally represent good value and have good price-to-performance ratios.


Logitech's lineup is fairly simple and is distinguished by technology and price. Most gaming headphones start with the letter 'G', except those in the 'Pro' lineup. Conversely, their work/call-related headsets start with 'H', except the Zone lineup. To categorize by price, each headset has a particular three-digit name:

  • 1xx = Cheap.
  • 3xx = Budget-friendly.
  • 4xx = Lower mid-range.
  • 5xx = Mid-range.
  • 6xx = Upper mid-range.
  • 7xx = Most premium.

Some headsets are also distinguished by technology or design element:

  • LIGHTSPEED = Wireless over-ears that use LIGHTSPEED Wireless via USB.
  • Pro = Wired and wireless over-ears, which use 50 mm PRO-G drivers.
  • Vibe = Wireless over-ears with a built-in mic for calls.
  • VR = Designed for the Oculus Quest 2.

Recent Updates

  1. May 19, 2023: Made minor updates to the text and checked that the products are in stock. Added a note that the Logitech G735 Wireless are currently on sale.

  2. Feb 09, 2023: We've added four brand comparisons and expanded the information regarding their lineup. However, there hasn't been a change in our picks.

  3. Oct 31, 2022: Restructured article to make it easier to find what you're looking for. Added the Logitech G735 Wireless and the Logitech G535 LIGHTSPEED Wireless.

  4. Jun 01, 2022: We've checked out picks for accuracy and product availability. However, there hasn't been in a change in our recommendations.

  5. Mar 08, 2022: Checked our picks for accuracy and product availability. There hasn't been a change in our recommendations.


Logitech makes good gaming headsets that are comfortable, customizable, and have good microphone performance. While they have a fairly wide range from cheaper to more premium models, their headphones are affordable compared to premium options from brands like SteelSeries or Astro. Unfortunately, their wireless headsets only work with PlayStation consoles or PC; you'll need to wire them into your controller if you want to use them with an Xbox console.

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