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Logitech G635 RGB Gaming Headset Review

In today’s review, I’m taking a look at the Logitech G635 Lightsync headset, A $140 AUD headset with 7.1 Surround sound and RGB!

Big thanks to Logitech G ANZ for sending this out for review.

What’s in the Box?

Included in the box of your new or potentially new G635 is the G635 Headset itself, a 3.5mm Audio cable, a USB cable to connect to a PC and some documentation.

Design and Features

Design wise the Logitech G635 looks very gamery with a gloss and matte finish with streaks of glossy plastic around the whole headset. There is an RGB Logitech G logo on each of the 50mm drivers, yes 50mm! (Note: RGB is only available on PC) This is followed by a small strip of RGB up the side of the headset. On the inner side of the ear cups is a cool geometric pattern which followed up the headband.

The microphone is a boom style mic which means you can flip it up(which will mute it) and then flip it down and extend/retract it to your needs.

In terms of build quality, the Logitech is quite well made. It’s made entirely of high quality plastic that is tough and durable, it isn’t very flexible so be careful with flexing the headset.

The ear cups do swivel though, which is something I like to see so that placing the headset down onto a desk is easy and doesn’t leave any indents in the ear cushions.

On the left of the headset is where all the controls and ports are, going from top to bottom is the PC/Console switch, 3 Programmable buttons, a mute button and a volume wheel.

On the very bottom is the USB port and 3.5mm jack for connecting it to either a PC or console.

Features

50MM Drivers

Upgraded Pro-G 50 mm drivers are constructed with a woven hybrid mesh that unlocks greater sonic detail, depth, and clarity at any volume. Now, with the increased diameter, Pro-G performs better than ever. Low frequency sounds—like booming explosions and rich soundtracks—are even more full and cinematic. High frequencies—voices, footsteps, shots fired—are incredibly clean and precisely recreated.

SURROUND BEYOND 7.1

Experience incredible DTS Headphone:X 2.0 that performs with greater precision than standard 7.1 channel surround sound.2DTS Headphone:X 2.0 surround sound is only available for Windows OS and requires Logitech G HUB gaming software Precise and accurate in-game spatial awareness allows you to clearly detect position and distance in a complete 3D soundscape. Hearing your surroundings clearly can be the difference between victory and defeat.

FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE

With Logitech G HUB gaming software you can personalize LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting, program G-keys with macros and in-game commands, and customize audio preferences with unique profiles for each game and app.

LIGHTSYNC RGB

Select from pre-loaded RGB animations or choose from approximately 16.8 million colors and create your own custom effects with G HUB software. G HUB also unlocks RGB effects that react to in-game action, audio, or screen color. You can also choose to synchronize G635 with your Logitech G RGB devices for a unified, immersive gear experience.

Comfort

The Logitech G635 really isn’t all that comfortable, It puts quite a bit of pressure on your head and especially when wearing glasses. This is not a headset I could wear all day, I could only bear it for around 6 hours. Both the headband and ear cushions are covered in a microfiber mesh material, the ear cushions are okay, but the headset creates quite a lot of discomfort while wearing it for long hours.

Performance

The audio that the Logitech G635 produces is clear and crispy, you are able to hear everything that is being said with clarity. While gaming you can use the 7.1 digital surround sound to be able to hear what is going on around you which helps give a more immersive feel to the game and can help you when hearing footsteps coming towards you.

One thing that the Logitech G635 is lacking on is bass, especially when listening to music it really doesn’t have any thump to it, which is disappointing to me as I love good bass.

The microphone on the headset works really well, It does a great job of picking up the audio coming from your mouth and filtering out the surrounding background noise.

Compatibility

The Logitech G635 is compatible with basically everything from smartphones through to consoles and obviously PC, For anything but a PC use the included 3.5mm audio cable.

Software

The Logitech G635, when used on PC, is compatible with the Logitech G Hub to be able to customize your experience with things like, Custom EQ settings, Customizing the RGB Lighting and re-programming the onboard buttons. Learn more about G Hub Here.

Specs

Pricing

The Logitech G635 can be found online for around $200 AUD.

Conclusion

For $200 the Logitech G635 does perform rather well, It does lack in bass a bit and for people with a bigger melon it isn’t all that comfortable. But for the rest of you looking for a decent RGB gaming headset, I can recommend the Logitech G635!

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Disclosure: The Logitech G635 review sample was supplied for reviewing but all opinions are of my own and not paid.

Disclosure: The above Amazon Australia link is an affiliate link, meaning i get a small percentage of the purchase at no extra cost to you.

Logitech G635 Review
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3.8

Summary

For $200 the Logitech G635 does perform rather well, It does lack in bass a bit and for people with a bigger melon it isn’t all that comfortable. But for the rest of you looking for a decent RGB gaming headset, I can recommend the Logitech G635!

Caleb Terawskyj
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