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    True Wireless
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    39 feet
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Logitech - G535 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Headset for PC, PS5, PS4 - Black

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Lightweight, Sidetone, & Flip-Up Mic!

    When it comes to headsets, I'm a bit of a snob, but not about sound quality. I get headaches easily, so weight and clamping pressure are major issues with many headsets, and I also want sidetone (mic monitoring) so I can make sure I'm not shouting into the mic. These two desired features eliminate most headsets on the market currently, and I've tried A LOT of them! I've been using a wired Razer BlackShark V2 (which is very comfortable and has sidetone), but I got tired of getting tangled in the cord and wanted a wireless headset for my new couch gaming PC. After days of research and realizing I couldn't rationalize spending $300 on "pro" wireless headsets like the Astro A50, I narrowed my choices to the new SteelSeries Arctis 7P+ (which has a sidetone wheel on the ear cup), Logitech G733, and this new G535 that isn't even listed on Logitech's website yet. The main differences between the Logitech G733 and 535 wireless headsets appear to be the RGB lighting on the 733 and the flip-to-mute microphone on the 535. Since RGB lights only deplete the battery faster (and can't be seen while you wear them anyhow), and I loathe headsets without detachable or flip-up microphones, I decided to take a chance on the brand new Logitech 535 headset...and I'm glad I did. I'm a middle-aged woman with a big head, and this headset with its elastic headband fits perfectly and is SO comfortable! The elastic band is stretchy and barely is felt while wearing, the ear cups have soft cushioned fabric, and the headset's clamping pressure is very gentle. I also ordered the SteelSeries Arctis 7P+, and the Logitech 535s are noticeably lighter weight (the Arctis is mostly metal) and much more comfortable on my sensitive noggin due to less clamping pressure. Plus, the USB dongle on the 535 doesn't block adjacent PC ports like the wide USB-C dongle on the Arctis 7P+. Yes, you need to install Logitech's G Hub software in order to enable sidetone on the 535 headset, but you also then have access to customize equalizer settings (see my photo) and adjust other mic settings. If you've never used sidetone, I highly recommend trying it, as you'll likely never want another headset without it. My ONLY gripe is that the 535's sidetone only seems to be active when the microphone is being used...which makes sense, but I'm used to my Razer headset's always-on sidetone that allows me to monitor room sounds even when the mic is not being used. Since I have only used my headset for a day (and Best Buy doesn't allow reviews to be updated later), I cannot attest to battery life or all-day comfort of the 535, but sound and mic quality are perfectly fine for my needs, though I'm no audiophile. If you are super picky about sound quality, you'll probably want to look at the "pro" headsets anyhow, but for basic audio and impressive features and comfort, the Logitech 535 is an excellent deal in my opinion! Plus, the reversible purple and blue elastic band looks so sharp with the all-black plastic headset.

    Posted by AllisChalmers

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Love them!

    For the price they’re a great set of gaming headphones. I’ve owned a few pairs of headphones and they’ve all broken on me or have cracked in little time. I’ve had these headphones for about a year now and haven’t had complaints regarding the microphone audio on discord and haven’t had an issue with hearing audio from games or videos online (both issues I’ve had with previous headphones). These are a great set of headphones to start off your gaming journey with!!

    Posted by Jani

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Good for long game sessions

    I like these head phones, they loud ,comfy i would rebuy these if mines were to mess up, as for sound sound quality 3.7/ 5

    Posted by Jerseymike

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