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Logitech G35 7.1-Channel Surround Sound Headset
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- Compatibility: Works with Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista, Windows XP
- 7.1 surround sound powered by Dolby technology delivers a detailed soundfield ¿ hear your enemies before they see you.
- Three swappable headband pads let you choose the best fit, for long-lasting comfort.
- Three customizable G keys give you one-touch command over music, chat clients and more.
- On-ear audio controls provide quick access to volume, microphone mute, and surround sound adjustments.
- Adjustable, noise-canceling microphone focuses on your voice and reduces background noise.
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|Dimensions||0.51 inches x 5.7 inches x 3.3 inches||4.33 inches x 9.84 inches x 8.98 inches||12 inches x 9.5 inches x 4.5 inches||8.08 inches x 3.78 inches x 6.9 inches|
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From the Manufacturer
Logitech G35 Surround Sound Headset
Winning comfort and customization, powered by Dolby Headphone
G35 delivers immersive 7.1-channel surround sound and a winning mix of play-all-night comfort and power-at-your-fingertips customization. With swappable headband pads, programmable G-keys and crystal clear USB audio, victory never felt or sounded so good.
* Some profile settings require Logitech Gaming Software to be enabled and are not supported on Mac, Linux and earlier Windows operating systems. Logitech Gaming Software is available at our official website.
- Dolby 7.1 surround sound
- 3 customizable G-keys*
- 3 swappable headband pads
- Full-speed USB audio
- Folding noise-canceling mic with auto mute.
- Microphone mute light
- On-ear audio controls
- Compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Visa.
Dolby headphone 7.1 surround sound
Hear what you can’t see from up to seven discrete channels of audio data plus the Low Frequency Effects (LFE) channel—known as 7.1 surround sound. Dolby Headphone software perceptually positions each channel in the correct location to reproduce multi-channel content the way developers intended.
Three programmable G-Keys
You’ve got one-touch control over in-game elements like music, hot key macros and more with one-touch. G-keys are conveniently located on the left ear cup for easy access. Customize G-keys with easy-to-use Logitech Gaming Software.*
Padded comfort. Perfect fit.
Three swappable pads—thin, thick and contoured—let you personalize the headband for your most comfortable fit.
Full-speed, all-digital USB
In-game sound isn’t an effect. It’s a critical component of game play. Our USB headphones surround you with aural information. The sound is crisp and clear, and the jack on your sound card stays open for desktop speakers.
Quick-access on-ear audio controls
Keep your head in the game. Intuitive, no-look controls mean you can quickly adjust volume or surround sound and mute the microphone.
Noise-cancelling mic with mute light
Be heard loud and clear without the distraction of background noise. The mic picks up only your voice. Rotate the mic boom up and out of the way to mute. A glowing red indicator light provides a visual cue to your audio status and keeps you informed when the mic is muted.
What you need:
- Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista
- USB port
- Internet connection for optional software download*
* Some profile settings require Logitech Gaming Software to be enabled and are not supported on Mac, Linux and earlier Windows-based operating systems. Logitech Gaming Software is available at our official website.
What's in the box?
- 3 headband pads
- User documents
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|Highlight||Gaming audio essentials||USB Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound||USB Dolby 7.1 surround sound plus customizable on-ear audio command keys||Wireless Dolby 7.1 surround sound plus customizable on-ear audio command keys|
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|Volume + mute controls||On-cable controls||On-cable controls||On-ear controls||On-ear controls|
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Top Customer Reviews
The software is simple and easy to use, however i found it somewhat limited. The only balance controls are for bass and treble, with no presets or anything like that for types of music. There is no control over the surround sound to balance your own levels or test it; the only thing you can do is turn the surround sound on and off using the manual switch on the back of the left cup. The customizable buttons are a great concept and comes with custom actions for programs like Itunes, Windows Media Player and Ventrilo, however it lacks Teamspeak support. The voice morphing is fun, but superfluous. For the price of this headset I would like a little bit more technical features and control over the sound. Note: the program uses 19MB of memory when you are using the headset, but on my laptop (Intel core 2 duo 2.2ghz, 2 gigs of ram) I haven't noticed a performance decrease.
The sound quality is superb for a USB headset. It doesn't sound as good as my Creative X-Fi sound card, but it definitely gets the job done. I haven't heard any distortions or crackling while gaming, and the directionality of the sound is very distinct and enhances gaming for sure.Read more ›
I'm not a gamer - can't play many games because I get dizzy, but I am sort of a collector of headphones. Frankly, I expected these to be awful and was more than pleasantly surprised to find that they are really quite good.
OK, so they look like some kind of boy toy science fiction gizmo. For me, I could do without all the buttons. But having a volume button on the headphone and a mute for the mic is very useful.
Most headphones depend upon the right combination of source and headphone to get a good sound. If you plug most high end headphones directly into your ipod or computer soundcard the sound quality is atrocious. The right mate of source and sound can mean that the right $20 headphone in your ipod can give surprisingly good sound if it is a good match.
The good (and the bad) of a USB headset is that it bypasses the amp in your computer soundcard. Instead, the digital to audio processing occurs through USB. This approach can allow very high quality sound, and in the case of this headset, it succeeds.
As to sound quality. I am impressed with the surround sound where normally I find surround unbearably processed and artificial, the software does a good job. With the surround sound turned off, and these headphones are in pure stereo mode, forget it, it's awful. But that isn't what these headphones are for. Bass is excellent with good low extension and not even the slightest touch of boominess. Artifical bass enhancement is one of the things I hate about most processed sound, and I was delighted to find that none was present. Logitech is to be commended for making that choice in the design because most people equate sloppy boomy bass with high quality (think car stereo woofer).Read more ›
I love these, but I'm done with the G35's and replacing them every 6 months. I'm switching over to the G430's, similar sound and much lighter, but no smart boom mic. The mute switch is on the cable and no indicator to tell you when you're muted vs when it's not, but at least there's an included USB adapter.
Today, I purchased a G35. I was incredibly eager to try it out because, wherever I looked, the headset got positively glowing reviews, praising the clarity of the headset and the impressiveness of the Dolby 7.1 Virtual Surround soundfield. Driver installation was simple enough; I downloaded the proper driver from the Logitech website and installed it. I didn't have to restart my computer, which I always find to be a plus.
I plugged in the phones, fired up a DTS demo, and... it sounded terrible. I went into the drivers and tried playing with the provided settings. Unfortunately, the "equalizer" consisted of simply main volume, bass, treble, and mic volume. This was pretty disappointing to me. Every sound card I had ever used had had at the very least a 10-band equalizer, if not 12- or 24-band. In short, I couldn't customize the G35 to have anywhere near the audio quality of what I had before.
I will say this; the Virtual Surround positioning is indeed excellent. It's the best virtualization of a 7.1 surround sound system that I've ever heard. That said, I can't sacrifice quality sound for "more" sound.
If you don't use a discrete sound card with your PC, then you'll probably think that the G35 sounds like audio heaven. If you have used a discrete sound card and a decent pair of headphones, you probably won't be particularly impressed. If you do end up getting a G35, I'd suggest purchasing a pair from a location with a no-questions-asked return policy, just in case it's not what you thought it'd be.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I suppose I deserve this for buying Logitech after getting the startlingly bad g502, but this headset is truly awful. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jack
cord tends to snag on its self and starts to wrap around itself within the first couple days. paint in the ass and left side ear has gone out. not worth itPublished 14 days ago by austin
I've had these for a couple years and I take good care of them. They do not leaving my gaming right, or the desk. Suddenly out of no where I pick it up and the one side flops down. Read morePublished 16 days ago by J. Adams
I've used dozens of different gaming headsets and this is by far my favorite!Published 17 days ago by trevor
The headset works pretty well and is quite comfortable to wear long periods of time. Seems to be built well and looks nice. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Donovan Maxwell