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Logitech G Pro X Gaming Headset with Blue Voice Technology - Black
|Model Name||PRO 7.1 Gaming Headset|
|Form Factor||Over Ear|
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- Detachable pro grade microphone featuring real time Blue Voice technology, including noise reducer, compressor, limiter and more for cleaner, professional sounding voice comms; Requires included USB external sound card, Windows PC, and Logitech G HUB software
- Next gen 7.1 and object based surround sound for greater in game positional, distance, and object awareness during gameplay. Requires included USB external sound card, Windows PC, and Logitech G HUB software
- Soft memory foam ear-pads with your choice of premium passive noise canceling leatherette or soft, breathable velour for supreme comfort
- Built to last with a durable aluminum fork and steel headband. Impedance - 35 Ohm
- Advanced PRO G 50 millimeter drivers deliver clear and precise sound imaging with improved bass response. Hear footsteps and environmental cues with clarity to give you the competitive advantage in game
- Premium USB external sound card with EQ profile storage delivers tournament level game sound and voice comms. Use Logitech G HUB to save EQ settings to onboard memory to use or tournament systems; Requires PC running G HUB software
- Pro designed EQ profiles available for download with Logitech G Hub software; Onboard memory lets you save user or pro tuned 5 band EQ for tournament use
- PRO X gaming headset also comes with a mobile cable featuring an inline mic so you can use the headset without the boom mic. The headset also includes a carrying bag to keep the headset and accessories protected during travel. 2-year Limited hardware warranty
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PRO X Gaming Headset
Meet the ultimate gaming headset, designed with and for esports pros. Hear like the pros with PRO-G 50mm drivers. Sound like the pros with advanced Blue VO!CE microphone technology. Play to win.
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Hear and sound like a pro with the PRO X Gaming Headset. Pro designed with detachable mic and Blue Voice software for professional sounding voice comms. Featuring next gen 7.1 surround sound and PRO G 50 mm drivers for amazingly clear sound imaging. Soft memory foam padded leatherette or velour earcups. Durable steel + aluminum construction. Premium USB external sound card gives you crystal clear game sound and voice chat. Designed for tournaments with downloadable audio EQ profiles tuned by your favorite esports pros. Play to win.
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I have a pair of G633s I've been happy with for quite a while. The Dolby 7.1 feature is pretty much always-on when I play games. DTS is also an option, but it's total garbage in comparison, so I never used it. With the former option, audio sources are easily identifiable, and there is an extremely minimal sacrifice in raw sound quality when active. I'd even happily listen to music with it on. The only issues I have with them is that they feel somewhat cheap, make loud creaky plastic noises in my ears when I move my head, and are prone to slipping if I so much as sneeze wrong. The headband is also stupid-narrow, and WILL make a weird-looking dent in your hair after hours of use, which is strong enough to stick around despite all brushing or combing attempts.
Now, to the G Pro X. I was hoping that this would be the perfect marriage of the 633's excellent 7.1 surround quality, and the comfort and build quality of other high-end headsets I have tried.
I am very disappointed.
I'm extra-disappointed, in fact, because I love everything about this headset EXCEPT its positional audio features. It's very comfortable, comes with both pleather and fabric ear cup sets to suit your preference, and will not fall off your head if you look up at your ceiling. Mic quality is excellent and the mixing options available are frankly overkill, but in a good way. Sound quality is crisp, and minute details in music are easy to pick out. Highs are nice, mids are nice, bass is nice, it's all just nice.
Here's where it all falls apart for me.
The G Pro X headset does not feature the choice between Dolby and DTS 7.1 systems. Dolby has been dropped entirely in favor of DTS. Now, you might remember me saying how DTS is a pile of hot garbage. I had hoped they'd made improvements to it when I ordered this headset. Alas, it continues to be garbage. Uncomfortably warm, worryingly moist, pungent (with a smell you can't really place) garbage. Sound quality takes a dramatic turn for the worse, cutting out almost all high frequencies and flattening the experience so it sounds like you're listening to the world through two Pringles cans taped over your ears, without the bottoms removed. Sure, sound direction is easily identifiable, but the price for that is far too steep. It's like cutting out your tongue to cure your sleep apnea. With a box cutter.
"The wrong kid died."
- Me, to DTS Heaphone-X
At the point I discovered the above, I was engrossed enough with the other aspects of this headset's design that I attempted to band-aid the problem with the EQ settings. I thought, I should still be able to bring back the highs to compensate for DTS's absolute trash fire of an implementation, right? No dice. It sounded better, but it merely poked a small hole in the ends of the aforementioned metaphorical Pringles cans. Oh, and it only has five EQ sliders.
Seriously though, put two Pringles cans over your ears and go listen to traffic. You'll understand.
I can't stress enough how bad DTS surround is on this headset.
Somewhat desperate to justify the cash I spent on this thing, I tried to get around it a second time by turning off surround altogether in G Hub (LGS's buggy, clunky successor - LGS would not detect these at all), and trying to install Dolby Atmos for Headphones. With Atmos installed, I went to activate it through Windows, the way you do. Unfortunately, it just couldn't be that easy.
Any spatial sound options fail entirely, with the message "Something went wrong while trying to activate spatial audio". My assumption is that this is what happens when you attempt to enable Windows's spatial audio settings on a headset that Windows identifies as having 7.1 channels, which is a damn shame. If Windows can't identify 7.1 channels on a device, no game you play will actually deliver those 7.1 channels for mixing by any Virtual Surround software. This results in the kind of lackluster experience people usually point to for evidence when they say "Virtual surround is a scam". I empathize with those people, because for most implementations, they might as well be right.
So, it's a sad day.
In my opinion, complete removal of the Dolby 7.1 option, lack of improvements made to DTS 7.1 to compensate, and unavailability of any feasible workarounds, all conspire to cripple this headset for my own gaming purposes. No combination of build, audio, or mic quality can salvage this headset if you find yourself unable to go back to stereo from 7.1.
It really sucks that I have to negatively review this based on one deal-breaking feature.
If you want clear, crisp positional audio without too many corners cut to do it, buy a pair of G633s or G933s instead. Enable the Dolby 7.1 option, set EQ to your preference, and stay as far away from the G Hub software as you can.
Sound Quality IMO sounds great. I do believe these are on par with the HyperX sound quality. I did notice however the 7.1 surround feature is not my preference. I currently use the 5.1 and have adjusted my equalizer to my liking. You want more bass? Bump the bass up. Treble? Bump it up. So much customization is what sets this apart from other headphones. Yes, you can buy or use aftermarket equalizer software to adjust other headphones. I’m not audio fanatic, but I do like quality and I feel Logitech has delivered with this headset. I also do like with the original ear pads, there is excellent noise cancellation which gives a better-quality sound and keeps the bass locked into the ear cuffs. I have had no issues with positional gaming with the headphones.
For me, the Logitech G Hub works perfect as I have a Logitech keyboard and mouse. I did have issues with G Hub at first, but that was user error. Once I took time to learn G Hub and mess around with the settings, I have had no issues. Take time to learn the software and you will be able to get these headphones to the microphone sounds and audio sounds you prefer.
I have had 5-6 hour gaming sessions and have had zero comfort issues. Build quality feels great, similar build quality as HyperX. Design and looks, IMO look better than the HyperX headphones.
Overall, if you want to go for something cheaper, than HyperX is still a good choice without a doubt. If you want good microphone quality and the ability to really customize a headset to your audio liking on the fly? Then this headset it for you. To me, it was worth spending the extra money for the microphone quality alone. I am no streamer, but communication is key to playing well in a game. If you have a crap microphone and no one can understand you, then what good are you?
I will continue to use the Logitech G Pro X 7.1 Surround as my primary headset as I believe overall is a better preforming product.
Don’t let other reviews discourage you about G Hub. Learn the software. With all the software you use to update drivers, graphics cards, Stream Decks, RGB Lighting and so on… Logitech software works great.
You won’t be disappointed.
Do yourself a favor and look up "logitech pro x mic not working" for a second. Look at all of the results. This headset has a VERY common problem with the microphone just not working. It's both a hardware problem AND a software problem. In my particular case, it's definitely a hardware problem.
I plugged in the headset via the USB and the driver installed as usual. Headset worked fine immediately. The microphone however did not work. After trying many variations of installing and uninstalling both the driver and G-Hub, restarting my computer, making sure no apps that used the headset or mic were open, and using other cables, the mic still did not work. I tried this again on 2 other computers and got the same results. Then I tested it on my PS4, where there should be no issues with software. Same result: headset worked but not the mic. That confirms that for me it's a hardware problem. After reading how many others have issues on the software side as well, I decided that this was not worth the effort of replacing, hoping the hardware works, and then troubleshooting to get the software/driver to work.
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Comfortable, and has a decent battery life. The G PRO X has a wide range for adjustment that should fit anyone's noggin, and if you tend to get hot while gaming (sensitive to temperature around the ears) you can swap the pads out with the included velour like material pads. Easy connection to PC.
The biggest flaw for this $262 headset is the microphone. I don't think I've had a microphone sounding this bad since my days in 2012 with a Steelseries Siberia V2 headset. Now it may not matter to yourself since you do not hear yourself while using this mic, but for the people on the other end it is indeed dreadful. The microphone peaks and sounds like there is an abnormal amount of cutoff between frequencies. Since using this microphone I had to repeatedly repeat what I say in voice coms since the microphone straight up does not recognize my voice and cuts off every single damn time. Logitech needs to revisit and tune this microphone or scrap it in general and release a G PRO X V2 with a Blue mic attached. Not acceptable, my airpods mic sounds better than this headset.
Headset randomly disconnects, halfway through a match or whatever the headset drops connection for like a split moment not even a second but it forces me to my homepage. Big con when gaming, and only really ever noticed this happening while gaming. (gaming headset btw)
If my headset was faulty with the disconnect then I would give this a 3 star but it seems like other people have had the same exact issues as me....
Reviewed in Canada on November 5, 2020
Reviewed in Mexico on February 17, 2021
O som do fone é muito bom, eles tem um pouco de baixo mas nada exagerado
As almofadas de couro e tecido são extremamente confortáveis
Ele segura bem na minha cabeça, não muito forte mas não tão fraco
A bateria dura bastante, as vezes até mais que 20 horas
O microfone é bom, nada muito profissional mas com a quantidade de configurações
você provavelmente vai achar uma que encaixa melhor com a sua voz
O volume não é tão alto
O fone é meio caro
Problema secundario: otra razón primordial de la compra es porque tenían este partnership con Blue para la parte del micrófono, simplemente deja mucho que desear. Si bien los filtros y Presets que tiene sí son diversos y variados, en general la claridad con la que me escucha la demás gente es mucho peor que mis Corsair Void que tenía previamente, lo cual es una pena porque estos prácticamente cuestan el doble.
Probablemente recibí un par defectuoso por la parte del white noise, pero prefiero no arriesgarme, regresarlos y cambiarlos por unos Steelseries o incluso unos HyperX.