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Logitech G535 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Headset - Lightweight on-ear headphones, flip to mute mic, stereo, compatible with PC, PS4, PS5, USB rechargeable - Black

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We've converted this review to Test Bench 1.6 , which updates how we measure latency. We've updated and renamed the following test groups: Wired Connection, Bluetooth Connection, and Wireless Connection (Dongle). We've also added new codec latency measurements and provided an audio sample of recorded latency. The Logitech G535 Lightspeed’s audio is crisp and clear, with a more neutral sound profile that means all frequencies are well represented. In addition, there’s no noticeable distortion on either the lows or highs. Features-wise, the Logitech G535 are a fairly barebones affair. On the left cup, you have your volume, on and off switch, and mic - which isn’t detachable but does have a handy foldaway to mute function. Personally, I would have liked more media controls but the switches that are available are perfectly functional and easily accessible in the heat of the action. But is it good enough to feature in our best gaming headset ranking? Let’s find out. Design and Features The 40mm drivers, while not being the biggest you’ll find in a headset, pump out a satisfying level of volume and bass on everything from your daily playlist to the most intensive of gameplay sessions. During my hours of testing on Hell Let Loose every bombardment, loose shell, and magazine dump was rendered with a suitably resounding delivery. Even in the most chaotic scenes, the action was easy to place, and, in the quieter scenes, it was easy to catch a nearby enemy sloshing in the mud.

Subdued aesthetics and barebones features aside, the Logitech G535 have clearly been built with performance in mind. During my extensive testing of this PC gaming headset I was continually impressed by just how great they sounded with minimal tweaking - all while offering a rare level of comfort. The plastic construction feels good, although given this is a lightweight headset, it may feel a smidgen cheap to some. The G535’s looks are pretty understated, and there isn’t much in the way of padding, especially around the headband. Multimedia controls are some of the simplest I’ve seen, with just a power button and volume roller. There isn’t a microphone mute function, or a chat/game audio mixer, which is a shame given the G535 Lightspeed’s price. The G535 Lightspeed’s connectivity is as easy as it could possibly be too, with a single USB-A dongle that instantly recognized the headset when plugged into my PC. The following test group has been updated following TB 1.6: Wireless Connection (Dongle). There have also been text changes made throughout the review, including to the usages, and product comparisons to match these results. We've added a small disclaimer to the App Support test which highlights some of the most commonly reported issues users online have encountered with Logitech's G HUB companion software.The Logitech G535 Lightspeed is an intriguing gaming headset, featuring one of the most left-field designs of any model I’ve ever tested. With that being said, I noticed a small bassy punch in the overall profile, which helped to emphasise the lower-end of songs a little more, with the bass brought a little further forward. The lower-end punch also worked out well in games, with explosions, gunfire and footsteps all appearing especially clear in a few rounds of CS:GO. Logitech’s headsets have always been a little left-field in terms of looks, be it the aircraft headset-inspired looks of the G Pro X Wireless, to the ski-band headband of this Logitech G535 Lightspeed.

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