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Logitech G35 USB Connector Circumaural Surround Sound Headset

  • Wired Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound
  • Three Customizable G-Keys
  • Wired USB interface 10 ft. Cord length
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  • newegg 7.1 Surround Sound The G35 is powered by second-generation Dolby Headphone technology that processes 7.1 surround sound, so you can hear your music, movies and games the way developers intended them to be.
  • newegg Hear and be Heard Clearly With an ear-enclosing design, the G35 reduces annoying ambient noise from interfering with your entertainment, while an adjustable, noise-canceling microphone focuses on your voice and reduces background noise for clear, intelligible voice commands. The rotating microphone boom swings out of the way and mutes the mic without you touching anything.
  • newegg Maximum Comfort The G35 comes with three swappable headbands so you can select the style that fits your head best.
  • newegg Real-time Voice Morphing With the included software, change the pitch and timbre of your voice using one of six presets that can morph your voice to a Troll, Mutant, Alien, Giant, Cyborg, or Space Squirrel.
  • newegg Quick Access Audio Controls The G35 features three customizable G-keys on the left earpiece for one-touch command over voice morphing. Additional on-ear audio controls provide quick access to volume, microphone mute and surround sound adjustments.
  • newegg USB Connection The G35 features a USB connector for the ultimate plug-and-play convenience. Just connect the headset to your computer and you are ready to go!

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 0 day

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  • Jeffrey H.
  • 8/3/2015 10:34:22 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIt's a pretty good headset

Pros: The adjustment arms are made from aluminum. External volume adjustment as well as a large button for shutting down the microphone. The microphone picks up voice well without static. The audio is clear and crisp.

The over the ear pieces are comfortable. I've worn the headset for 9 hours straight while playing Planetside 2 and The Witcher 3 with no problems. The earpieces don't put undue pressure on the ears or the head, making for a pleasant experience. The head set comes with 3 adjustment pads for the part that rests on the top of your head. The pad is what supports most of the weight of the headset. I haven't changed the original pad out yet, I find the one that was attached to fit me well and to be quite comfortable.

With it being wired, you don't have to worry about your router or other wireless devices making a mess of your signal, nor do you have to worry about batteries. The wire is pretty thick about 5mm or almost 1/4" in diameter, so accidentally breaking it shouldn't be a problem.

Cons: A lot of plastic parts. I am pretty hard on most of the things I own, I worry that I will break the headset. I've only owned the headset for a few weeks but I tend to be a bit more gentle with it then I am with most thing. Hopefully it last for a year, at least.

I understand that it was a wired headset, I can read, but the wire is very annoying at times. I have the wire running from the front of my PC. It tends to get in the way of my mouse, or since it's about 6 feet long, gets caught in front of the wheel of my chair. When I try to push away from my work station, it stops me abruptly. Find a good place to run your wire, maybe use USB extension from the back of the PC, to help with wire routing.

Other Thoughts: I put cons, but they are me just being nit picky. I am very happy with the headset.

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  • John K.
  • 8/2/2015 10:05:03 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsFragile design and materials

Pros: While they last they are very comfortable sound pretty good and the mike is ok.
I really like the on ear controls.

Cons: After 7 months I noticed a little broken piece of plastic where I set then when I'm not using them. On the left side above the swivel for the ear the piece of plastic with screws in it is kind of crumbling apart. On the right side above swivel for the ear piece is a vertical crack about 3/4 of an inch on the outside.

Sadly every plastic headset is a designed to fail job.
Just wish they would have beefed it up a bit and got rid of the swivels so they would last about 5 years they are a pretty expensive headset.

always get the extended warranty for headsets

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  • James R.
  • 7/21/2015 12:16:22 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsHorrible Packaging, Crushed Box

Pros: Quickly delivered, as ever.

Cons: The box came in crushed. The bubble wrap/packaging was popped, and the manufacturer's box was smashed as well. Either UPS crushed the box so hard it popped the wrap or Newegg wrapped my headset in bad wrap. Waiting to see if the headset even works and I'm hoping to hear back from somebody regarding this complaint. I have never had such a problem with either Newegg or UPS.

Other Thoughts: I'll post back if the headset is damaged or otherwise faulty.

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  • Menachi .
  • 7/17/2015 5:50:08 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsYou get what you pay for

Pros: - Mic quality is surprisingly good
- Directional sound is pretty good and works
- For under $100 they do what they advertise
- Build quality is smooth and rubbery and pleasant to the touch
- Ear pads are not fluffy cushion like many but a plasticky leather texture. The're ok.

If your head starts hurting open the headband a little more. I find that if my ears are supporting more of the weight then I have no pain.

Cons: Not much really. Nothing I can say is bad about these other than the sound is not amazing (or even Audio Technica good) as is expected at this price.

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  • Mitchell B.
  • 7/17/2015 8:20:15 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSo far so good

Pros: Decent build quality, highly recommend if you are just looking around at headsets.

Cons: The earpiece swivel is plastic, could possibly break if not careful.

Other Thoughts: When on sale, good value!

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  • Jason A.
  • 7/16/2015 6:29:30 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsGoods and Bads

Pros: Good audio quality
Good fit
Though I don't use it has some neat features on its software
Easy to use features like mute and fold away mic

Cons: Ear cup coating peals off
Ability to be recognized on bootup

Other Thoughts: So the audio fidelity of these are quite acceptable for a gaming headset. The 7.1 option is nice if your game works with it -- not as good for in game voice, but not the head sets fault really. They fit over the ears comfortably for hours of play without issue. Good mic audio quality. Overall a decent headset.

The negatives are annoying and for a headset in this price point I think could be better. The ear cups are typical foam with that faux leather coating. That rubberized film is not very durable and after a bit of time you will start finding little black flecks that are not obvious as to their origin in places like the bathroom vanity or on your computer desk. Then you will notice that it is just pealing off with each wear. I expect tight cuts and stubbly side burn areas will increase the rate in which this fails. I think the cups could be a little better.

Probably just as annoying if not a bit more so is that sometimes you will boot your machine up and the headset is just not recognized. Your game or voice software won't see it and you will have to unplug it and plug it back in for windows to pick it up. Again, mostly an annoyance. It means you are not going to want to use the rear USB ports as it happens often enough that you will want it readily accessible.

As a little additional note that it isn't just my setup one of my gaming friends has the same set and the exact same issue regarding the device recognized on bootup.

I've had them for a couple of years now and they still function fine with the aforementioned issues. I think the price point is a little high; if for nothing else than the fact these have been around for a while and the detection problem still exists meaning they haven't addressed it in drivers or other such software patches.

They are a solid 2.5 GPA if not a little closer to 3.

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  • Robert H.
  • 6/20/2015 4:19:53 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat Low
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsMy favorite

Pros: Great sound when you get it configured. I game a LOT, so I use all the major voice chats such as TS3, Ventrilo, Mumble, RaidCall,etc. Just have a friend in the chat tell you when you are coming through, loud and clear. It also works well with my music writing programs and gives clean, clear sound where others have failed me.

Cons: The swivels for the headphones ALWAYS break. However, the quality is decent enough that if you take proper care of the headset, you can prolong this. I don't see it as enough of an issue to warrant making a big deal out of it. Plastic breaks after a lot of use. These included. Some electrical tape or duct tape will suffice to keep it going until a replacement can be afforded/sent. It is the only reason I take an egg off, but not enough to keep me from buying a 3rd set in 5 years. Also the cord tends to tangle upon itself, but again, it's not a deal breaker for me. Can easily be untangled (WITH CARE!!!).

Other Thoughts: After over 5 years of owning 2 G35 headsets, I have NO problem springing for the high price on this product. It's Logitech. What more do you need? They look great, comfortable, great sound (keep waiting for my seat to vibrate, the bass is so good), USB (I love the connectivity of USB vs 3.5mm jacks), and they have the Logitech name and service I have come to love. It's really hard to look at cheaper versions when I know and trust this product. My friends were amazed that I don't have to use "Push to Talk" and only use voice activation due to how well they cancel background noise! So amazed, in fact, 2 of them went out and got the wireless versions (G39?) for themselves! Now they too share my love for this product.

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  • Theodore D.
  • 6/6/2015 4:35:25 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsQuality audio, fragile headset

Pros: Sound quality
Wired (some consider a con, I like not having to count on batteries)
Good microphone

Cons: Link between the rotating ear pieces and the head band is all plastic and prone to breaking. Mine broke within a year, was replaced, then broke again in under 6 months.

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  • Bryan S.
  • 5/31/2015 8:29:37 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest Headset I've ever owned

Pros: The Most comfortable, clear sounding, good sounding best microphone, best software on a headset Ive ever used. Ive used several from other brands even a few from Razer and this takes the cake. Equalizer software lets me tune my sound just how i like it from gaming with tanks and rifles going off or some bumping music. NEVER had anyone in game or in VoIP complain about my mic, they actually ask what Im using. Switch Dolby Surround on or off with a switch. Comes in real handy in FPS games. Nice long cable means i can plug it into the BACK of my pc and still have enough cord to get up and take a few steps with it on. G keys on the headphones are bindable like on a Logitech mouse. Volume and mic mute right on the side. Mute light on tip of mic, auto mute when u fold it up and its bendy. I've worn these many hours straight and only complain when i wear my glasses: the cups drive the legs into the side of my head. But that's only after like 5+ hours with them on.

BTW i take care of computer things ESPECIALLY headsets. So in 4+ years these have only been dropped a handful of times. Those complaining that they stopped working must have given them some abuse.

Cons: Nothing is perfect but this is darn close. After more than 4 years of using the SAME ONE its showing its age. Really the only thing wrong is the "leather" from the headband and ear cups is peeling and flaking off. Ive had people ask me what that black stuff in my hair and on my ears are. Easy fix, go online spend $10 get some refreshed earcups and it comes with 3 headbands, so i just switch that out. My Dolby Surround sound button broke off this year. Have to use a pen or small screw driver to switch it now, i barely touch it. For some reason the cable loves to twist up and ends up in a ball. I just hang the headphones and let it spin and it fixes that. Other than that shes kicking strong.

LOGITECH updated their game panel software to remove manual amplification or the "pre amp". With it updated it sounds almost too low. But look online and u will find an older version that still lets you play with that to get these REALLY LOUD. That is a must. Something about damaging hearing.

Other Thoughts: I have a Logitech G15 gaming keyboard, the orange one. A Logitech G700 Gaming mouse (best mouse ever) and this headset. They all play nice and are all together in Logitech's gaming software. So one program rules them all. Pretty nice.

I'm retiring these babies after 4 years and remembered I never reviewed them. Nothing wrong with them i just found the Logitech G930 (SAME thing just wireless) at a steal here on newegg. So these will go into my spare gaming stuff box to be uncovered one day in the future.

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  • Cody M.
  • 5/31/2015 12:01:39 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsGreat Sound, Decent Quality

Pros: - These have a great sound for the price and haven't had any audio issues for the 2+ years that I've used them. The other reviews cover the pro's very well.

Cons: -Poor design of a plastic piece on the link between the earpieces and the band causes them to break easily and separate, with no replacement parts available to buy after your warranty is expired. If you're handy with some duct tape it's fixable but it's a definite drawback.

- After a year of use, the "leather" on the ear pads starts to degrade and peel away. $20 for replacement pads.

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