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Logitech G35 7.1-Channel Surround Sound Gaming Headset

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  • 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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Product Description

The Logitech G35 headset. Game-changing immersion with 7.1 surround sound powered by Dolby technology for a detailed soundfield. Featuring three swappable headband pads; three customizable G keys; on-ear audio controls; and an adjustable, noise-canceling microphone.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.7 x 3.3 x 0.5 inches
Item Weight 1.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B001O5CCQK
Item model number 981-000116
National Stock Number 5965-01-628-6745
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3.8 out of 5 stars 1,296 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #19 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Game Hardware > PC Game Hardware > Headsets
#203 in Video Games > Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com January 6, 2009

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Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset Logitech G430 Surround Sound Gaming Headset Logitech G35 Surround Sound Headset Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset
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
Wireless connection - - -
Corded USB connection -
Analog 3.5 mm jacks - -
Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound -
Noise cancelling boom mic
Mute light - -
Volume + mute controls On-cable controls On-cable controls On-ear controls On-ear controls
Programmable G-keys (one-touch command of music, chat and more) - -

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I've had two of these things now and both have broken in the same way every time, I'll attach a photo as well, however upon looking this up it appears it is a very common issue with these headsets, for whatever reason the headset part that connects to the ear piece is made of cheap plastic that tends to break very easily from just normal use. While this headset has some amazing quality when it comes to sound and some high definition voice quality, it is sad to say that just like almost every other Logitech headset, these break easy. I used this headset quite often however I was always extremely careful and delicate, so from just normal use on my end these things broke within just under 2 months of me receiving them. Now I know that some users have gotten YEARS without any problems with this headset, so really it's just your luck of the draw on which one you get, but I'm not chancing these again with another buy and will more than likely just opt for a desktop microphone instead. What a shame.
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These headphones are awesome... but don't buy them. I've purchased 4 sets of these headphones. They are some of the best headphones I've had for gaming especially the position-aware boom mic, but seriously, don't buy them. Logitech has a serious manufacturing issues with these and they crack right where the earphone connects with the headband on both sides. The plastic they use in this spot is super brittle at this connection point and even if you are careful they WILL crack and eventually break from just regular use. $120 headphones should not have this problem. Google image search "logitech g35 crack" to see this is a very common issue. The frustrating bit is that Logitech gave me the run-around EVERY SINGLE TIME I tried to have mine serviced for warranty even though they know this is a known manufacturing issue (and why they are discontinuing this product, per a logitech rep at PAX-East).

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.
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Logitech's G35 really sets a mark for gaming headsets. Other surround sound headsets that I have used have been large and uncomfortable after sustained use, however the G35 has an adjustable headband and comes with three different cushions for whatever shape head you may have. The cups are padded rather nicely and do a pretty decent job of blocking out ambient sound. The USB cord is sleeved and the whole thing really feels well crafted. Features like the microphone automuting when you put it in the upright position make you wonder why this hasn't been done with every headset on the market.

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.
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"I had plenty of headsets and none was as comfortable as this one - ... my old review / first impressions"

Well, I have to correct myself regarding this review - G35 ended it's life recently. There is a burnt small hole in the chip (they use old Micronas UAC 3556BG7 codec / 2004 - here is the datasheet if one wants to see [...] ). It can not be damaged by misusing - I used only USB ports to power the unit up.

Pins of the Micronas codec 38,39,40,41 are smoked as well - such as I used ONLY USB connections, it is obvious that there was a flaw in the chip itself. Soldering quality is pretty good for consumer class 1 devices.

It is pretty budget 16 bit x 48 kHz codec - if someone expects to have great sound, nothing better than CD quality simply can not be processed. Not recommended for audiophiles, Skype users can be satisfied though.

I would not buy this unit again. This two-chips device is WAY overpriced.
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These headphones are a lot of fun.

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).
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