Tuesday, July 28th 2020

Logitech G Launches PRO X Wireless Gaming Headset

Logitech G, a brand of Logitech and leading innovator of gaming technologies and gear, today introduced the Logitech G PRO X LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Headset. This new PRO headset brings pro-grade LIGHTSPEED wireless technology to an award winning design that's built to the exacting specifications of the world's elite esports professionals. "I love my PRO X headset, the only thing I wish it had was wireless support," said Soren "Bjergsen" Bjerg, League of Legends, TSM. "Well now I don't have to wish anymore!"

Based on the award-winning PRO X Gaming Headset, the PRO X Wireless headset features high-quality materials, advanced communications, precision audio and total wireless freedom. The PRO X LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Headset is now equipped with 2.4 GHz LIGHTSPEED wireless, which delivers over 20 hours of battery life and 42 feet of range.
"The PRO X Wireless gaming headset is an important addition to our line-up of pro gaming headsets," said Chris Pate, portfolio manager of the Logitech G PRO Line. "The PRO X Wireless headset gives pros and aspiring esports athletes the ultimate wireless headset, providing them with the performance, communications and comfort they need, without any wires or limitations."

Additionally, the new headset features advanced Blue VO!CE software for incredible voice clarity and high-quality communication in-game or on stream, the PRO-G 50 mm driver for crisp professional audio, next-generation DTS 7.1 surround sound for better situational awareness and comfortable memory foam padding with a lightweight design delivering hours of comfort for long practice sessions or competition gaming.

Pricing and Availability
The Logitech G PRO X Wireless LIGHTSPEED Gaming Headset is expected to be available in August of 2020, for $199.99 USD MSRP.
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11 Comments on Logitech G Launches PRO X Wireless Gaming Headset

#1
P4-630
No detachable microphone?
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gdallsk
P4-630
No detachable microphone?
Microphone is detachable. Also, they're finally using USB-C to charge.
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Two hundred freaking dollars. I don't know what Logitech is thinking, but they're pricing themselves out of the market.

I'm still waiting for a Taiwanese upstart to come along with a wireless USB-C headset that's almost as good as anything by Logitech or Corsair or Coolermaster, but only costs $50 and causes those greedy companies' marketshare to crater.
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CrAsHnBuRnXp
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Two hundred freaking dollars. I don't know what Logitech is thinking, but they're pricing themselves out of the market.
No they're not. They're trying to copy Corsair. Everyone complains that they want more audiophile headphones and when they get delivered, everyone complains about the price. You cant have it both ways.

www.amazon.com/Corsair-Virtuoso-Wireless-Gaming-Headset/dp/B07VTGSC3B/ref=sr_1_2?crid=SI9RI1TW1U9Z&dchild=1&keywords=corsair+virtuoso&qid=1595945664&sprefix=corsair+v%2Caps%2C249&sr=8-2
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#6
gdallsk
just watched a couple of microphone tests on YT, it still sounds sucky
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CrAsHnBuRnXp
No they're not. They're trying to copy Corsair. Everyone complains that they want more audiophile headphones and when they get delivered, everyone complains about the price. You cant have it both ways.

www.amazon.com/Corsair-Virtuoso-Wireless-Gaming-Headset/dp/B07VTGSC3B/ref=sr_1_2?crid=SI9RI1TW1U9Z&dchild=1&keywords=corsair+virtuoso&qid=1595945664&sprefix=corsair+v%2Caps%2C249&sr=8-2
I don't want audiophile headsets. The majority of the market doesn't want audiophile headsets. What we do want is wireless headsets that don't use Bluetooth, don't sound like absolute shit, don't hurt to wear for extended periods, and cost under $100. I don't think that's a big ask, but apparently the manufacturers disagree.
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TheLostSwede
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Two hundred freaking dollars. I don't know what Logitech is thinking, but they're pricing themselves out of the market.

I'm still waiting for a Taiwanese upstart to come along with a wireless USB-C headset that's almost as good as anything by Logitech or Corsair or Coolermaster, but only costs $50 and causes those greedy companies' marketshare to crater.
The Corsair Virtuoso at least looks and feel expensive (and also sound quite good now, after a few firmware updates), this looks, as I said, like a pair of ear protectors...

I also don't think anyone wants to do "affordable" any more, everyone wants ever increasing margins on their "gaming" products, so I think you can forget about something that's both "cheap" and good.
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CrAsHnBuRnXp
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I don't want audiophile headsets. The majority of the market doesn't want audiophile headsets. What we do want is wireless headsets that don't use Bluetooth, don't sound like absolute shit, don't hurt to wear for extended periods, and cost under $100. I don't think that's a big ask, but apparently the manufacturers disagree.
Id rather have quality over quantity.
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#10
TheLostSwede
gdallsk
just watched a couple of microphone tests on YT, it still sounds sucky
Holy poop, that's outright terrible!
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#11
stinhambo
I wish they'd include both wifi and BT like the Sennheiser GSP670.
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