Logitech comes along with a new premium headset and not only takes a new direction in design. In cooperation with a well-known microphone manufacturer, Logitech not only wants to offer a good output sound, but also wants to convince other players or listeners in the stream with a good sound. We have tested the Logitech G Pro X for you.
Scope of Delivery
The Pro X has everything you could wish for. Two jack cables in different lengths for PC, notebook, console and mobile devices are included in the box, including control unit of course. A USB sound card is also included to individually adjust the sound of the headphones and microphone. The removable microphone is also included in the box. Replacement ear cushions can be exchanged for attached imitation leather ear cushions, but a replacement pair with soft fabric cover is included. There is also a small storage bag for transport.
The enclosed cables also have a good length, almost too long for my workplace. The normal jack cable has a length of 2 meters. If you don’t have a combined jack connector, you also need the splitter. Here I add another 1.2 meters. For users of mobile devices a 1.5 meter long cable is sufficient. All three are sleeved, i.e. covered with fabric.
|Name||Logitech G Pro X|
|Frequency||20 Hz – 20 kHz|
|Diameter driver||50 mm (Hybrid Mesh PRO-G)|
|Impendance, sensitivity||35 Ohm, 91.7 dB SPL @ 1 mW & 1 cm|
|microphone polar pattern||Kidney shaped (unidirectional)|
|Frequency range||100 Hz – 10 kHz|
|Weight||320 g (without cable)|
|Connection||USB-A (per DAC), 3.5mm jack (4-pin)|
|Compatibility||PC, PS4 / Pro, XBox One / S / X, Mac, Smartphone, Tablet|