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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Lastly, these headsets are not portable because their bulky body does not allow room for folding. The Comfort of the G733 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. Apart from the decent and comfortable fit, each cup of this headset is well padded with memory foam and also features a hard-fabric cover. These covers lend breathability over long gaming sessions.
Along with that, these headsets are stable on the head and don’t move around even while you’re lying on a couch. The audio is also nicely balanced with a passive noise-canceling feature. Overall, the Logitech G535 seems to be a superb and great-sounding headset that is worth buying.These headsets are relatively lightweight and have a good supportive headband that doesn’t clamp your head too tightly. The Logitech G733 has a well-balanced sound profile. Therefore, it is well suited for listening to a wide variety of audio content, from your playlists to all of your thrilling games.
Lastly, the G535 headsets aren’t portable, which is usually normal for gaming headsets. Therefore they can’t fold or swivel to reduce their footprint.
Besides the one or two downsides, these controls are easy to use. There are some basic on and off buttons, a mic mute button when you flip the mic upwards as well as an infinite volume wheel control that beeps when you have reached maximum volume. The G535 Lightspeed is pretty light for a gaming headset, at 236 grams. This, in combination with a decent amount of adjustability and earcups lined with memory foam, means it scores very highly in terms of comfort. We put in some intense sessions on Final Fantasy VII Remake, playing for several hours at a stretch, and it never felt remotely uncomfortable at any point. Without doubt, it would be a fine headset for keen MMO players (for whom accurate surround-sound isn’t likely to be a priority).