The Logitech G Pro X has had great use since shortly after its release. This gaming headset is sturdily built with a metal frame and thick cushions on the headband and headphones. The headset strikes a good balance between comfort and tension. The headphones are held in place securely enough that you don’t have to worry about them moving, but not so tightly that they hurt. This is largely due to the large room for adjustment of the hinges connected to the headphones.
The headphone pads are thick and very comfortable, making it very easy to get a proper seal. Additionally, the Logitech G Pro X comes with extra velour pads, so gamers with glasses won’t have to look around for suitable alternative options. Velour pads generally offer slightly worse isolation, but the advantage of being able to seal completely, especially around glasses, far outweighs that.
The Logitech G Pro X Gaming Headset is a wired gaming headphone with a wide range of customization options. They are also very comfortable, well built, and their boom microphone offers very good overall performance. Unfortunately, like most gaming headphones, they are very bulky and do not work well in noisy environments. Their audio delivery can also vary greatly between different users, so your experience may vary.
The Logitech G Pro X Gaming Headset is suitable for wired gaming. These headphones are comfortable enough to wear through long gaming sessions. They have a balanced yet punchy sound profile and the microphone provides good recording quality while doing a remarkable job of isolating background noise from speech. They are also compatible with Logitech G HUB software, multiple customization options, boom microphone with Blue Voice technology, etc.
Two sets of ear pads are included. The leather-like pads come preinstalled, but Logitech also includes breathable velour pads. Most of my testing was done with the leatherette pads. The leatherette is more sealed, while the velour is lighter and more breathable for extended use.
The G Pro X fits snugly on my head, which I would say is a bit larger than average, but not too tight, and there is plenty of room in the cups for even large ears At 11.3 ounces (338 grams), the Pro X is not particularly heavy.
We tested the Pro X on Hitman 2 and found it to perform very well. I could hear the footsteps of the guards as they hunted, and the surround sound was excellent, as were the atmospheric sounds, such as the wind blowing through the beach house. The bass range is also very strong, making the sound like a bullet popping.