Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset Review

By Dzhingarov

The Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset offers unparalleled comfort. Its headband is cushioned with thick foam padding for extra cushioning while its vast cups are designed to fully encompass your ears.

The G935 works flawlessly with PC games that support simulated surround sound, such as Apex Legends and Risk of Rain 2. Additionally, it excels with console games which utilize stereo audio exclusively.


Logitech’s G935 gaming headphones take a slightly different approach to those offered by its rivals. Where most headsets tend to favor sleek and modern looks, Logitech opted for a retro design – something most gamers might find inconsequential; but this choice makes the headset appear outdated in comparison with Razer or SteelSeries models released more recently. Still comfortable however with large ear cups that cover your ears fully as well as thickly cushioned headband and large ear cups that completely surround them and thickly cushioned headband;

This headset features an excellent control scheme with a large volume wheel, three mappable buttons (you can customize their function using the G Hub app) and a microphone mute button with excellent feedback and easy identification by their ridged buttons. Furthermore, there’s also a fold-up boom mic included when not needed!

One feature that sets this headset apart is its large 50mm drivers. While most headsets use 40mm drivers, these larger drivers produce an exceptionally balanced sound; bass notes are present without overshadowing voicework or music tracks and effects.

Other key gaming features of the G935 headset include a 2.4GHz wireless connection that offers 12-hour battery life with LED lighting turned off, or 8 hours at default settings; as well as a 3.5mm cable for wired play. Furthermore, Logitech’s Lightsync RGB lighting system allows users to tailor its colors and brightness according to their mood or gaming style.


The G935 is a high-end headset with many enthusiasts. Though its aesthetic may be outdated, it still contains everything necessary for comfortable play for extended sessions.

Headband extends over your ears, and ear cups rest atop a pleather strip that wraps around each of them. While heavier than Logitech’s wired G423 headset, this one offers more cushioning that remains comfortable even after long gaming sessions.

Logitech’s G HUB software lets you customize its color and effects, while three programmable buttons, wireless power switch, and mute button can also be found on each earcup of this headset. When not in use, its microphone folds up into its left earcup earcup to keep out of your way while wearing the headset.

Apex Legends was an ideal test environment to put this headset through its paces, and the G935s impressed me with their sound quality. The game’s simulated surround sound system allowed me to easily distinguish where sounds are coming from; and the generous bass power made explosions and gunfire more exciting; footsteps and ambient noise could still be clearly heard although some refinement might be beneficial with regard to treble levels.

The G935s boast an impressive 13-hour battery life when using all RGB lighting off, but still require full charging before you can begin gaming. They support up to four devices at the same time via their 2.4GHz wireless connection and USB dongle; some minor design flaws prevent me from giving five stars, however these should easily be overlooked by gamers looking for comfortable and high-quality wireless gaming headsets.


The Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset is tailored towards gamers who prioritize sound over aesthetics. Although its exterior may make it appear outdated, its upgraded 50 mm Pro-G drivers feature upgraded hybrid mesh material that unlocks superior sonic detail at any volume – Logitech claims this unlocks superior sonic depth, clarity, and detail at any volume! Furthermore, DTS Headphone:X 2.0 surround audio experience synced to your gaming screen color or in-game action creates immersive gear symphonies! Customization via Logitech G HUB software suite allows full customization via LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting settings as well assign ear button macros or commands in games or apps as well as set audio preferences according to individual games or applications.

The microphone is also exceptional, recording crisp, clear recordings optimized for speech. Unfortunately, its noise isolation performance was less impressive; only 6dB isolation can be reached in the bass range responsible for low-frequency sounds like airplane and bus engines; for vocals and trebles this number increases up to 28dB isolation.

This headset comes equipped with both a 2m USB charging cable and 1.5m mobile cable that connects phones and tablets, along with a 1.5m mobile cable that works wirelessly for smartphones and tablets. Furthermore, there’s also a 3.5mm adapter so it can be wired with consoles or PCs if preferred. Though not the highest-sounding headset out there, its versatility makes it a worthwhile choice for gamers who enjoy multiple platforms simultaneously – the HyperX Cloud 22/Cloud II are better value in this regard while the Steelseries Arctis Pro Wireless/Astro A50 are more comfortable while adding Dolby Atmos support when connected via Xbox controller – however unfortunately this headset doesn’t come equipped with its own carrying case!


The G935 headset may have some design flaws, but they perform admirably in-game. Their programmable keys, flip-to-mute microphone and custom G button functions are great additions; their headband is also comfortable and fits most heads; its microphone can be found on the left ear cup’s rear wall for easy folding up when not being used; however their ear cups may be slightly bulkier than some others but remain lightweight enough for prolonged gaming sessions; additionally their outer panels can be magnetically removed to reveal slots for USB dongle and battery slots hidden between their cutouts;

This headset can be used wirelessly on PC, Mac or Xbox One using its included USB dongle, while wired use with any device with a 3.5mm audio jack is also supported. When without RGB lighting enabled it has a good battery life of 12 hours while when activated it will last 8 hours.

Logitech’s G HUB software for PC provides an integrated control suite for its headset, allowing you to set button assignments, adjust surround sound volume and EQ settings and also customize LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting effects.

The left earcup features programmable buttons that can be assigned various tasks such as cycling EQ presets, controlling LED brightness levels and managing microphone settings, or assigning these buttons as program or game launches. Furthermore, they work with consoles supporting gaming headsets (PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in handheld mode), including passive use when not connected via the USB dongle. A 3.5mm audio jack allows passive usage when the headset isn’t plugged into its USB dongle.


Overall, the Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset feels sturdy and well-built. Its earcups are large enough to comfortably fit most heads while its headband offers the ideal amount of tension for secure gaming sessions. Plus, its foam covered leatherette earpads don’t press too hard against your ears. Furthermore, it looks good and supports Logitech’s LIGHTSYNC LED ecosystem; making matching its light colors with other Logitech hardware easy while offering customizable lighting effects such as spectrum cycling or breathing effects or live feed of what’s happening on screen.

The G935 Wireless works seamlessly with Logitech HUB companion software to customize its sound profile and EQ settings, as well as to remap its three programmable G-keys to media controls or Windows shortcuts. Furthermore, its boom microphone was quite effective at isolating speech from ambient noise during our SpNR tests – scoring well on our SpNR tests as a result. However, for maximum noise cancellation capability we suggest the JBL Quantum ONE instead – its superior noise cancelling design blocks more ambient noise than its competitor can.

The G935 Wireless gaming headset boasts exceptional audio performance and features such as customizable LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting that responds to in-game action, DTS Headphone:X surround technology that creates a cinematic experience, and battery life which lasts only eight hours per charge. Unfortunately, its outdated design and relatively limited battery capacity may put off potential purchasers who prefer sleeker, modern looks as well as greater value. Competitors such as HyperX Cloud Flight offer superior default sound profiles, greater comfort levels, and a more feature-packed companion app – perfect for gaming!