When I had heard that Logitech had acquired Blue Microphones last summer I was excited to see where this would lead in terms of quality.
With the Logitech G Pro X headset Logitech hopes to improve the quality of gaming comm and present the best possible gaming experience inside and out.
First off the content in the package is pretty solid as it includes the headset, a usb sound card to improve quality, a pc chord and mobile chord to take the party on the road, audio mic splitter, a nice quality carrying bag, and the mic itself.
The first thing I’ve got to compliment is the quality of these headphones, I mean they are comfy. Compared to the Logitech G231 Prodigy I was using previously these feel like a dream. Many headsets tend to mash your face together after a short amount of time but with the Pro X headset I have been able to use these for an exceptionally long amount of time with no wear on my sensitive ears.
The headband is also very comfy with no real tension between the headset and my hair. I finally don’t feel like I have to worry about getting a bald spot from using a headset.
After going through my honeymoon phase with the Pro X and testing it with several forms of media I can safely say that this headset has an incredibly nice sound to them.
The surround sound is exceptional in any environment that I have tried whether that was a movie, games, or music. This headset also includes a usb sound card that offers one of the best digital signal processing out there for those who require clear and fast comms for competitive play.
Semi Pro Software
The Logitech G Pro X boasts function with their auto recognition app Logitech G Hub that offers several settings and customization options for its many products the only problem is that as I am writing this review I am unable to use it due to a bug in the app with device recognition.
Not only can G Hub not recognize my headset I have been told several troubleshooting methods that proved to not work so at this moment all I can go on are videos going through the software and from what I’ve seen G Hub offers a new way to experience communication.
I have used the G Hub for a while now so I know how fun it is customizing and searching user presets and I was very much looking forward to doing the same with the Pro X headset.
According to my unusable app, there is a large assortment of features to make sure that the new Blue microphone matches your style with different presets and sound boards to help you become the streamer you’ve always wanted to be. I did test the microphone against the previously mentioned G231 and this is definitely the best quality Logitech has had in their headsets yet.
I hope that in the future the issue I have experienced gets fixed and it becomes recognizable to G Hub so that I can review it accordingly, until then I will wait.
The Logitech G Pro X headset is a slam dunk with its help with Blue tech. The headset is incredibly comfortable while also retaining a style that I would wear in public without looking like an astronaut. The 7.1 surround sound is the standard with some great bass and superb quality. Minus the difficulties with G Hub I can still enjoy the default microphone settings and it is definitely a step in the right direction.
Definitely one of Logitechs best products and the start of a beautiful friendship with Blue tech.
To Pre-Order the Logitech G Pro X headset check out the official site.