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Logitech G535 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Headset - Lightweight on-ear headphones, flip to mute mic, stereo, compatible with PC, PS4, PS5, USB rechargeable - Black

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Lightweight and Comfortable: At only 236 grams, G535 is smaller and lighter than the G733; reversible suspension headband helps distribute weight and is adjustable for a customized fit Design-wise, the G535 Lightspeed is pretty distinctive-looking if you have never previously clapped eyes on one of Logitech’s lower-end gaming headsets: its earcups have a lozenge-like shape to them, and it has an adjustable inner headband which can be reversed, and is blue on one side and purple on the other. Two clips on either side of the outer headband, combined with two slots on each end of the inner headband, allow about an inch of adjustability to accommodate different head sizes. If you compare Logitech’s G535 and the G733, the G535 reproduces audio more consistently and has a more neutral sound profile.

After a thorough review of the two Logitech Wireless headphones, I am going to compare these two and see what differentiates them in terms of their design, features as well as performance.Most electric vehicles are automatic – but Toyota are looking to change that for a more classic feel

Overall these headphones deliver good audio, and you can hear the vocals, lead instruments, and dialogue clearly. The Design of the G733 Although G535 look and feel bulky in design, they are surprisingly light in weight. The Comfort of the Logitech G535 As an added bonus, the Logitech ones are usually reversible with reversed colourways and patterns to give you a little customization. These bands work so well that I hope Logitech can convince Astro to implement them in their range, too.

The Logitech G733 may look similar to the Logitech G535 with its reversible inner headband and textured ear cup lining. Moreover, the G535’s passive soundstage is much more open and natural as compared to Logitech’s G733. Battery Life Moreover, the Logitech G733 is quite stable on the head, so you do not need to worry about them slipping off.

After comparing these two, you must have guessed what my final thoughts would be since they are pretty obvious. But is it good enough to feature in our best gaming headset ranking? Let’s find out. Design and Features

When it comes to giving a comfortable experience, the ease of adjustability and the padding make the Logitech G535 a winner. Pros of the Logitech G535 The Logitech G535 Lightspeed is an intriguing gaming headset, featuring one of the most left-field designs of any model I’ve ever tested. The Logitech G535 Lightspeed’s audio is crisp and clear, with a more neutral sound profile that means all frequencies are well represented. In addition, there’s no noticeable distortion on either the lows or highs. Logitech’s headsets have always been a little left-field in terms of looks, be it the aircraft headset-inspired looks of the G Pro X Wireless, to the ski-band headband of this Logitech G535 Lightspeed. The Logitech G535 has a ski-band headband design along with a reversible fabric strap. One side of the strap is purple, while the other side is blue.

The earcups themselves are dual-layered with memory foam and finished in a sport-like fabric, providing amazing comfort and great noise isolation. Whilst it doesn’t quite match leatherette in terms of noise isolation they are more than adequate and the memory foam makes for an almost pressure-free fit. I’d also say it’s a plus that they are extremely breathable, reduce sweat and work well with glasses, which I find most harder leatherette cups do not. The G535 is framed almost exactly the same as the G733, with a slim, flexible, plastic coated frame with a suspension headband rather than integrated padding, embracing the ski-goggle-like material trend that started with Steel Series. The frame is nothing special, but it’s clean, lightweight and can withstand me twisting it and sitting on it with next to no issues (yes I actually sat on my headset).The most significant difference, however, is one you can’t see. While the G733 has the 40mm G PRO drivers (that absolutely slap), the G535 has the non-G PRO variety. Although you may think it wouldn’t make much difference, it really does, as when compared side by side the G535 feels muffled, quiet and muted in comparison to its flashy RGB brother. By no means does this mean the G535 does not perform well, it absolutely does, but in a side-by-side comparison, the advantage falls clearly in the corner of headsets that sport the G PRO drivers. The Logitech G353 is comfortable to wear. They are designed to be a comfortable fit for players who want to enjoy long sessions on their PS5 or Xbox games. The plastic construction feels good, although given this is a lightweight headset, it may feel a smidgen cheap to some. The G535’s looks are pretty understated, and there isn’t much in the way of padding, especially around the headband.

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