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    Noise Cancelling (Active)
    Sound Mode
    DTS Headphone:X
    Connection Type
    Wireless Connectivity
    Radio Frequency (RF)
    True Wireless
    Maximum Wireless Range
    49.2 feet

Logitech - G PRO X Wireless Gaming Headset for PC - Black

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Premium build quality paired with excellent sound

    What's in the box - Headset - Blue Voice Microphone (Detachable) - USB Type A to Type C charging cable - A soft fabric carrying case - Extra pair of earpads with a plush velour finish - USB Type A Dongle Review Coming from a G933, this was a solid upgrade. The build quality is excellent which no creaking sounds and the metal headband offers solid durability. The plastic on the back of the earcups also has a matte premium finish with the headband and the earpads in leather with memory foam. There's an extra pair of earpads with a plush velour finish in the box. The controls are on the back of the left earcup - Top to bottom - Microphone toggle, Volume control, Power switch, Type C charging port, LED indicator. Unlike the G933 which had DTS 1.0 and Dolby, the Pro X has DTSX 2.0 but no Dolby. However, there's nothing to miss about Dolby - The Pro X allows excellent control over equalizers and the surround sound channels and allows you to tune the sound output anyway you want. The Pro G 50mm drivers perform phenomenally and even at 100% output and bass tuned all the way up, the sound doesn't break at all. The microphone is Blue Voice - Which allows you to tune the input. The noise suppression is great with the mic being able to tune out a mechanical keyboard (not sure how it'll hold up against clicky switches - I had linear ones which don't make a lot of noise), my laptop's fans running on turbo with a laptop cooler blasting off as well. It is important to note that the headset does not work in a wired mode. The only way it works is with the dongle and I used a USB type c to Type A converter to test it with my Android phone and it works excellently - though I wasn't able to use DTS due to the lack of onboard profiles. The other downside is that the earcups don't rotate so you can't have the headset lie flat on the desk or on your shoulders. The battery lasts about 24 hours with 0-100% charging taking around 4-5 hours. You can use the headset while it's plugged in and yes, you can use your phone's charger as well as long as it supports outputting 5v 1A. This headset cannot be compared against the audiophile headphones - it's a gaming headset and within that niche, it's excellent. With the newer model costing 250 USD, this one still holds up a decent value on a sale.