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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The G535 don’t offer much in terms of bass-boosting or excessive rumbling, which some may miss, but for these first-person shooters, the bass is just fine. The Logitech G535 exemplifies the concept of comfort in a gaming headset. Whether you are settling in for some competitive Valorant with friends or diving into a solo play-through of Elden Ring, the last thing you want is to be bothered by an uncomfortable headset. I assume that the buzzing is caused by some sort of interference or issue with the volume scroll wheel, as a volume adjustment triggered it. I was able to fix the buzz by playing with the wheel until it stopped, but it has happened once or twice since then. Where to Buy
The microphone is compact and built with an easy flip-up mechanism that also serves to mute it. The controls are well placed with a power on/off button, and a volume control wheel found on the side of the left ear cup for easy access. Comfort The G535 is the lightest headset in the Logitech G line, at a mere 236 grams (about half of a pound). Compared to other headsets that are excessively heavy and impose too much clamping power, you almost forget you’re wearing it after an hour or two. When we take a look at the G535 build quality, there isn’t really much to rave about. The headset’s frame is made entirely of painted plastic, and I wouldn’t count on it withstanding too many drops. However, I can attest that it isn’t cheap flimsy plastic.Despite a generally neutral color scheme, the purple and blue multicolored elastic suspension headband adds a bit of colorful flair to the headset, giving it what I think is a futuristic look.
Comfort is one of the most important factors when it comes to gaming headsets, next to sound quality. The global average for “binge” gaming sessions is reported to be right around 5 hours long. With numbers like those, you can imagine ensuring comfort is a top priority for headset designers. They deliver all of the important aspects that a gaming headset should: a neutral sound profile, decent audio reproduction quality, detail, and a clear and responsive microphone.When I went to adjust the volume using the scroll wheel on the casing of the left ear cup a few days into using them, a faint but consistent buzzing sound started coming out of the left side.
The headphone cups have a smooth slider that allows for size adjustments, and a notch system to adjust the suspension band as needed.
For me, comfort is paramount, and this headset delivers despite a quite modest price point. As an avid gamer and someone who works from home, I wear my headset a lot, and the G535 is one that I can rely on for comfort. Build Quality