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Logitech G35 USB 2.0 Connector Surround Sound Headset

  • Wired Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound
  • Three Customizable G-Keys
  • Wired USB interface 10 ft. Cord length
  • 40mm Neodymium Magnet Drivers
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Learn more about the Logitech G35

General

Brand
Logitech
Model
G35

Headphone

Headphone Frequency Response
20 Hz – 20 KHz diffuse-field equalized
Headphone Input Impedance
32 ohm nominal
Headphone Sensitivity
90 dB SPL Ref: 1 mW, 1 KHz
Connector
USB 2.0
Cord Length
10 ft. /3.05 m

Microphone

Microphone Impedance
~2.2K ohm
Microphone Frequency Response
100Hz-10KHz
Microphone Sensitivity
-42 dBV/Pa re: 0 dB = 1 Pa, 1 KHz

Feature

Features
7.1 surround sound powered by Dolby technology: Delivers a detailed soundfield—hear your enemies before they see you.
Ear-enclosing design: Shields you from distractions and immerses you in the game.
40 mm laser-tuned speaker drivers with neodymium magnets: High performance components deliver crisp highs, lows, and everything in between.
Unidirectional, noise-canceling microphone: Focuses on your voice and reduces background noise.
Full-speed, all-digital USB connection: Delivers clean, clear audio and lets you keep your desk speakers plugged into your sound card.

Three swappable, contoured headband pads: Choose the one that fits best, because one size doesn't always fit all.
Plush ear pads: Relieves pressure points for long-lasting comfort.
Precision headband adjustment: Slide for the perfect fit, every time.
Spring steel-core headband: Lightweight and flexible, yet incredibly durable.

Three customizable G-keys: One-touch command over music, voice morphing, and more.
On-ear audio controls: Quick access to volume, microphone mute, and surround sound adjustments.
Real-time voice morphing: Select from six voices–Troll, Mutant, Alien, Giant, Cyborg, and Space Squirrel.
Rotating mic boom with auto-mute: Microphone mutes automatically when rotated up and out of the way.
Microphone mute light: Glows red when mic is muted.
Cable management wrap: Don't need all 10 feet of cable? Wrap it up and keep it out of the way.

Manufacturer Warranty

Parts
1 year limited
Labor
1 year limited

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • Kyle A.
  • 7/8/2014 12:04:40 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: It's always challenging trying to find a good headset especially if you plan on using it for gaming. Logitech always makes quality products even though they can be pricy at times, but this headset is definitely worth the money. I use it for Battlefield 3, which is an already amazing game, but the surround sound makes it 10x better. It allows you to be able to tell exactly where the enemy is in relation to you just from their foot steps, and it's amazing how much background noise is blocked out. My brother walked into my room and was sitting in there for at least 10 minutes and I had no idea that he was even home.

Cons: none.

Other Thoughts: Also, i had chosen standard shipping (5-7 business days) and the headset arrived the next day. Hats off to Newegg, it's always a pleasure to do business with them.

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  • Dan R.
  • 7/5/2014 9:17:12 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsOne of the Best Headsets but....

Pros: One of the best headsets I have ever owned. Sound quality is beyond excellent. It also automatically installs the drivers needed for surround sound (guess depending on OS) make it really easy to use on multiple machines. The UI is simple and easy.

Cons: However, despite the excellent sound and software, the design of the support frame is absolute rubbish. While they spend a lot of time making it look they overlooked a key issue.

The plastic bit on the support frame connecting the headphone to the frame is too weak. If they made it a quarter inch thinker or from metal this issue would not be a problem.

However, this issue is very common and within the year of purchase you are guaranteed to call in the warranty.

Other Thoughts: If the support frame did not keep on breaking I would say this is the best headset on the market.

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  • Michael H.
  • 6/30/2014 4:02:25 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsGreat at first. Didn't last.

Pros: Sound quality is decent. I have Sony MDR V6's that are significantly better in that department. Directionality of sound is pretty good for FPS games. Managed to survive a few drops. Well-made cord.

Cons: The plasticy material covering the earpieces will wear off and get little black flakes of plastic all over you, and it is really annoying. They are heavy. I got ear fatigue from these headphones but not my MDRs. Also mine broke--an ear piece just snapped right off as I was trying to adjust it--after two years of use.

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  • Michael W.
  • 6/29/2014 1:50:08 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsAwful Cheaply Built Headset

Pros: Sound quality is great. Mic is clear.

Cons: The little flimsy pins in the swivel part of headset break way too easily. This is a all too common flaw. Google G35 broken headset and you will see that it is super common. Major design flaw. Save your money and buy something with better quality materials.

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  • David P.
  • 6/25/2014 3:05:50 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot worth it

Pros: Good sound quality (for me at least)
Long cable

Cons: Have to toggle the switch to keep the surround sound on

Headset is not durable.

My 2nd headset stopped working in the middle of a game, pc failed to recognize a new USB device it (mine and the GFs). - Headset was roughly a year old at that point.

Software is very buggy. Randomly stops working

Doesn't work with several games.

Other Thoughts: I bought a 2nd headset after my first broke after 2 years (not sure of the niece had something to do with it, so I just bought a new one instead of trying for warranty). For the 2nd headset, I called customer support, went through the email bit with them. P/N is not where they said it would be, sent them a picture of the one under the headband pad, but that seems to be not good enough.

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  • Kenneth G.
  • 6/24/2014 12:59:42 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsGo for the Wireless Version

Pros: Great Sound Quality
Great Microphone
Overall it's a good product

Cons: It's been 7 months now since I've began using these. The braided wire is very stiff and it has yet to lose its bent shapes from when I originally took it out of the box. The wire is just annoying especially when I put the head set on and the wire bends in and jabs into my neck. I was hoping the wire would be like the G430 (nice and loose).

Other Thoughts: My friends have the wireless version of this headset (G930) and they praise the thing. My Fiance uses the (G430) and that is nice. Speakers are not as nice but overall better comfort. In hind sight I should have gone for the extra and purchased the wireless G930.

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  • Donald L.
  • 6/24/2014 1:08:29 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsGood sound, shoddy design, terrible support

Pros: For the lifetime it lived, it sounded fairly good.

Cons: Never have I experienced such poor, cheap design on a headset, and I've owned a cheap pair of Turtle Beaches. This headset, along with the Logitech G930, are notoriously terrible for their propensity to break at the connector from the earcups to where it sits on the head. Mine started showing cracking 3 months in, and 7 months in that part completely shattered. My friend experienced exactly the same problem within a similar time frame. Another friend of mine had his G930 shatter too. Many of the other people in the Newegg reviews have had it happen, and a google search reveals a massive slew of people experiencing this same issue. This problem doesn't just seem to stem from "abusive" use of the headset, mine has seen relatively little movement from the place where I use it, and I'm generally careful with my electronics. Even then, the fact that I know 3 people who've had it go through the same issue, and have seen many more cases, shows that this is really a massive design flaw.

It wouldn't be too incredibly terrible if Logitech would acknowledge the issue, and properly provide support falling in line with their warranty policy, but it seems they act dodgy there, evidenced by my case, and many others who've experienced this issue (read the Newegg reviews for more). They appeared to be willing to work with me, and they responded prompty, but after the first week and a half of good support, they send me a message saying they'll send me an email with instruction on what to do next. I wait 3 more days. I get an email from them, but instead of being instructions for following through with my warranty, it's an automatic email asking me if the service was good, and telling me the ticket was closed. They completely shut me out in the cold, and trying to follow up has yielded about a month of silence with one reassurance that they care. They're playing games with their support, and dancing around an issue.

Other Thoughts: Prior to the near simultaneous self-destruction of my circle's G35s and G930, my friends and I have made it a habit to buy Logitech. A lot of their other gear is nice and well built. And I can forgive a company for one poorly made product, even at this price. What I can't forgive though, is blatant disrespect from a company that makes promises to you, and disregards their own legal obligations. I type this using a Logitech mouse, a Logitech keyboard, Logitech speakers, and sitting next to an inoperable Logitech headset. I find that you can be safe being loyal to a brand generally, but Logitech has proven that if any of their products give up, I'm on my own and down who knows how much money to replace it. I can't in good conscience keep buying Logitech if they treat me so poorly.

On another note, their software fails to recognize my mouse in any form, and they don't care to deal with that either.

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  • Justin R.
  • 5/31/2014 7:26:40 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsAwesome headset

Pros: Great sound quality
Comfortable to wear
Excellent build quality
Clear voice transmission
Logitech signature braided cord is excellent!

Cons: Cord is a little short for my liking.
Fabric on the ear cushions is starting to fall apart after 3 years.
Buttons on the headset are a little gimmicky

Other Thoughts: Overall this headset blew me away. I purchased it for somewhere in the neighborhood of 40% off of retail through Logitech's 'Dented Box' outlet over 3 years ago. It has seen its fair share of abuse (dropped, pinched cord, etc). The set is extremely comfortable for sessions of 2-3 hours. I rarely use it for longer than that, but I can imagine it would get uncomfortable and sweaty for extended use. I love everything about this headset and recommend it highly to anyone who asks. As with all Logitech products, the braided core is such a small detail that helps so much. The cord routinely gets pinched by my chair arm, or in my keyboard tray, and has yet to show any signs of wear. My biggest (and I use that term relatively) complaint is that the cord is a little short for my liking. In my setup, it doesn't give me enough length to properly route it the way I would like. I'm sure it's fine for 80% of the people out there, just a little bit of a nuisance for me. The buttons on the headset that are configurable are nice in theory, but in practice are just a little gimmicky. The voice modulation that comes with the software is silly. The ability to assign macros to them is nice, but inconvenient. The only practical use I could think of would be to pause/play/skip tracks of media playing in the background. I don't play with music going often, so it's not beneficial to me.

All in all, I highly recommend this unit. If I had to do it over again, I might get the wireless variant (G930s), but I have no problems recommending this headset to anyone and everyone that asks.

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  • ALEXANDRE P.
  • 5/27/2014 3:47:02 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsBuild quality is a disaster, go for other options

Pros: - Virtual Dolby 7.1 surround sound works, I guess

Cons: - There are 2 modes to this headset. The stereo mode is completely bugged with VOIP softwares such as teamspeak, mumble, etc.

- The new drivers are pretty bad, with random scratching noises again from VOIP softwares (mumble)

- Finally, and the most important, the build quality is horrible. Everyone was talking about it on the reviews, I told myself I'd take great care of these, and trust me I did and I slowly put them on my desk everytime I was done with them. What do you know after 2-3 months of use the sides are breaking appart, and eventually the earcup will probably fall off. I've put some tape on it, we'll see.

Other Thoughts: I've done a lot of research around, and the best solution if you're a competitive FPS player like me is to go with a good headphone (standalone mic) and a dedicated sound card. You won't pay much more (around 180$?) and you'll get a much, much better surround experience. I'm gonna go with:

- Audio-Technica ATH-AD700X (Headphone)
- Creative SB0570L4 Sound Blaster Audigy SE (Sound Card)
- Any cheap microphone these days will do perfect

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  • Jesse S.
  • 5/19/2014 1:09:43 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat Low
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLove it but be gentle

Pros: I got the G35 because it fell into a comfortable price range, it has a voice changer, surround sound, durable cord and it was initially an attractive option due to its popularity. Finally, I also have a bit of brand loyalty to Logitech, I've been using their products for a decade and never - not even once - have their products failed. An example was I tried just getting a cheapo keyboard from Wal-Mart, the darn thing was malfunctioning within a week and I had it replaced, got another one of the same model and it stopped working within days. After that I decided to grab the high-shelf Logitech keyboard remembering how great their quality is and that same keyboard is running strong after 1.5 years. This headset is no different. It also comes with three different pillows for the headband, I never needed to change from the default one.

Cons: As durable and wonderful as the cord is, I find it also gets trapped between the wheels and the arms on my chair, it's not a big deal but considering it could yank on the ear piece is a little concerning, the last thing I want is a $100 headset to snap.

Before I purchased this headset I saw another reviewer here on this site offer the advice of only grabbing the headset from the top of the headband, as opposed to grabbing it by the ear pieces, I fully agree because those ear pieces feel like just one unfortunate event could destroy the headset. Crushed and broken dreams.

Other Thoughts: Big comfortable buttons, easy to reach and I was able to memorize their location almost instantly. I also don't have a big head however the headset does eventually give me a headache, though this is usually after 5+ hours straight.

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