Foreword: I've been using a wireless Turtle Beach Stealth 450 gaming headset for years enjoying the virtual surround and high quality mic. However, recently a friend upgraded to a Logitech 933, raving about the sound quality compared to the Turtle beach line. With the release of the G935 I decided to take the leap and am extremely happy I did.
Pros: - The virtual surround is substantially better than what I had experienced before regardless of using DTS or Dolby Atmos virtual surround with the Stealth 450. The easiest way I can explain the difference in sound quality between the two is to say that the Stealth 450 provided surround in a way where each channel seemed to be at the same level, providing a dull but functional surround option. The Logitech G935 however provides a crystal clear distinction between each channel and is very apparent in games where the hearing from every angle is key, like Insurgency Sandstorm, Anthem, Battlefield V, etc which are the games I've tested so far.
- The new Logitech G Hub makes managing the headset a breeze.
- The mic quality is even better than what I experienced with the Stealth 450 and the handy flip-up to mute feature is better than pressing the mute button on the back of the Stealth 450.
- The volume wheel on the headset is directly linked to Windows so that you can easily reduce or increase the volume with ease.
- The two programmable shortcut keys on the headset are a plus to change between surround modes (Movie, Gaming, etc) or use for any other function.
- RGB lighting that you can turn off.
Cons: No cons at all. Logitech clearly took the feedback regarding the G933 and improved upon it.
The only thing I will suggest, which is NOT a con is to reduce the default bass volume from 11 to 5 to start. Even at this setting the bass is phenomenal, which you can easily dial down or up to suit your preference.