Logitech G935 Wireless 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset Review

👤by Dave Worth Comments 📅17-07-19
The question we sought to answer with our review is how the G935 stacks up against it's predecessor, and it looks like it improves in key areas however some pain points are still present.

To get decent audio quality out of the box for music listening from a gaming headset is rare, and we're glad to see that Logitech has managed to achieve that with the G935.

However the improved audio quality doesn't mean that we can overlook the negatives, we found that the headset was uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time due to the insufficient amount of foam on the headset, we also think this could be combatted by widening the headband slightly to ensure the weight is distributed better across your head.

In terms of design we've included this in both there are pros and cons, the headset certainly ticks the right boxes for most gamers, it has good sound reproduction and definitely looks the part but Logitech have dialed it back and it doesn't look too much like the G933s. However the headset is still very bulky and is not suitable for use outside of the house.

The battery life lasts a paltry 10 hours (On average) whereas other headsets are available with battery life of up to 16 hours. This is affected by the inclusion of RGB, and we do not see the point of having RGB on your headphones when you can't see it most of the time. The other feature that was an oddity was the inclusion of the reprogrammable buttons, we struggled to find a use case for these.

It's our opinion that the features included with the G935's don't justify it's price tag

+3.5mm Connection
+Sound quality

-Battery Life
-Microphone Design
-Weight & Distrubtion

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