Logitech G735 RGB Gaming Headset Review

Logitech G735 RGB Gaming Headset Review

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The G735 is a decent wireless headset, but it’s pretty uninspiring to look at for a product that’s supposed to be all about style. The G735 is OK, and it does some things very well — it offers great passive noise cancelation,

Quick Summary

For gamers who appreciate “comfort and style” (along with performance) and who prioritize creativity and community over competition, Logitech has created the Aurora Collection. The new Logitech G735 headset works very hard to uphold the collection’s “gender-inclusive” and all-inclusive design principles.

The Logitech G735 is a Bluetooth and “Lightspeed” 2.4GHz wireless headset that features the collection’s characteristic “White Mist” color scheme with “soft zonal lighting.” It supports dual audio mixing, Dolby Atmos, and Windows Spatial surround sound (say, a smartphone and a PC). The earcups and boom mic are also detachable, and Logitech sells mic-and-earcup accessory bundles in “Pink Mist” and “Green Flash” for $20 apiece.

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The G735 is the most expensive model in the Logitech G range and costs $230. (on par with the Logitech G Pro X Wireless). Although this price isn’t outrageous—the best wireless headsets are typically more expensive, and there are a number of headsets on our list of the best gaming headsets that cost more—it is unquestionably on the higher end. And if you’re spending more than $200 on a headset, it should be pretty darn good, not simply attractive.

Logitech G735 RGB Specifications

Driver40mm
Impedance38Ω (passive)
Frequency Response20 Hz – 20 kHz
DesignCircumaural (over-ear)
MicrophoneCardioid, 100 Hz – 10 kHz
Connectivity2.4GHz wireless, Bluetooth, aux (cable not included)
LightingRGB (dual-zone)
SoftwareLogitech G HUB
Battery Life16 hours
Weight273g / 9.6oz

Logitech G735 RGB Design and Comfort

The G735 is a wireless headset that is lightweight and has removable ear pads and a boom microphone. With accessories in “Pink Dawn” (a coral-leaning pink) or “Green Flash,” it can be altered from the base colorway “White Mist,” which is mostly white with hints of gray-lavender (neon lime green).

The G735 comprises white plastic earcups with padded over-ear ear pads, a headband that is softly padded and wrapped in white leatherette (covered in the same white leatherette). The other pieces in this set are easy to keep clean, but all of this white leatherette worries me — it looks and feels great right out of the box, but we’ll have to check back in a few months.

The headset contains “soft zonal illumination” surrounding each earcup that is already calibrated to the “signature” pastel pink-and-blue lighting of the Aurora Collection. On each earcup, there are two zones of lights, however I don’t like how easily you can distinguish between them. Since I can’t see the lighting on headsets, I don’t normally give it much thought.

However, lighting and aesthetics are important components of this collection, and the clear distinction between the lighting zones detracts from the soft, seamless appearance this headset is trying to achieve.

Logitech claims that in developing the G735 to be more inclusive, its team took into account “lower head sizes,” “hair,” and “piercings.” The headset weighs 9.6 ounces (273g), features height-adjustable rotating earcups, and is generally comfy, although I’m not sure exactly what Logitech modified while taking these considerations into account.

The extremely plush earcups and the modest clamp force—which is actually a little too low—of the headset both contribute to comfort. Every time I tipped my head back, the headset started to come off. This seems to be a problem for folks with smaller heads because I actually have a quite large head.

It’s a pleasant, welcoming touch that the right and left earcups are indicated on the inside and in braille on the headband. All of the connectors — USB-C for charging, 3.5mm aux, and 3.5mm mic — are located on the left earcup, along with the power button, volume slider, and mic mute button. An audio mixing paddle and a connectivity button are located on the right earcup.

The G735 offers dual audio mixing, allowing you to concurrently listen to two different devices that are linked to it through Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless (or aux). This is useful for ensuring that you don’t miss any phone calls or notifications while playing games.

In the box, the G735 comes with a detachable boom mic, 2.4GHz wireless USB-A dongle, USB extender, and a USB-C to USB-A charging cable. The headset has a 3.5mm port for an aux connection, but an aux cable is not included, nor can one be purchased in the collection. This seems like an oversight, considering the collection does feature replacement USB-C cables with cloud-shaped cable charms(opens in new tab) for $10.

I am a little disappointed that the 2.4GHz wireless dongle is USB-A and not USB-C for mobile gamers. The G735 does not come with a case or a carrying bag, but Logitech is selling a $40 heart-shaped carrying case (which fits both the G735 headset and the G705 mouse, plus cables and accessories).

Logitech G735 RGB Audio Performance

The G735 sports 40mm drivers with a wireless frequency response of 20 – 20,000 Hz, which is pretty normal for a decent gaming headset.

The G735’s audio quality is absolutely fine. Not terrible, but not fantastic either: While not overpowering, the mids and bass have obviously been scooped, and during Lorde’s and Kaskade’s “Royals” and “POW POW POW” it started to sound rather muddy.

There are many headsets and headphones with a similar (and less muddy) sound, that are attractive and come in a variety of colors (I’m looking at you, Beats Solo3). While this type of audio profile isn’t the worst, many people find it to be quite appealing.

The G735 sounds better while gaming, especially if you use Logitech’s software to enable and configure DTS surround sound (the headset’s soundstage feels pretty narrow, but this can be fixed somewhat with software). Gamers will also appreciate the low-latency 2.4GHz wireless connection. The Bluetooth connection is also pretty low-latency on these headphones — thankfully, since the 2.4GHz dongle is USB-A and not USB-C.

Although the G735 lacks active noise cancellation (ANC), the soft earcups are really very effective at passively reducing noise. According to Logitech, the G735 was made to be worn in a variety of ways, including over and under hairstyles. When I’m on camera, I normally wear my headset over my hair (yeah, because it looks nicer), so I was happy to see that even with my hair in the way, the earcups still created a great seal.

Logitech G735 RGB Microphone

A removable microphone for the G735 connects to the left earcup. Because I frequently misplace minor parts, I’m not a big fan of detachable microphones, although Logitech like them. The microphone is adaptable, cardioid (unidirectional), and effective at picking up your voice while excluding background noise.

The Blue Vo!ce software from Logitech, which complements the microphone, does an excellent job of enhancing the clarity and crispness of your voice (and also has an EQ and effects to adjust how you sound).

Logitech G735 RGB Features and Software

You can manage the G735 using Logitech’s G Hub software suite. G Hub includes settings and customization options for the audio, mic, and lighting. This includes access to an audio EQ, a mic EQ with preset voice effects and sample sounds (from sister brand Blue), and “Lgihtsync,” where you can change lighting colors and effects (and sync the lighting across other connected Logitech G products).

It’s a pretty robust software suite — even though I prefer a flat audio EQ, the Blue Vo!ce microphone enhancements are definitely useful for tweaking how you sound.

Logitech G735 RGB Battery Life

The G735’s battery life is rated by Logitech as 16 hours with the lights on and the volume at 50%, and 56 hours with the lights off and the volume at 50%. As I tested the headset, I checked the G735’s predicted battery life in G HUB on a regular basis, and it appeared to be fairly accurate. The lighting in this collection is definitely being pushed by Logitech, although lighting seems less essential on a headset. Over 50 hours without lighting is fantastic.

Logitech G735 RGB Review Final Verdict

If you’re looking for a gaming headset, the Logitech G735 is okay. Although it is light, there are lighter headsets. Although it’s comfortable, you won’t forget you’re wearing it unless it falls off your head in which case you won’t even know you’re wearing it.

Although it’s white and visually appealing, headset and headphone manufacturers have been producing them for a longer period of time than only “performance-driven gamers” – this is not the first white headset we’ve seen. (Also, the earcups are removable, which is helpful.) It’s a little too white.

The G735 is adequate and performs some tasks admirably. It offers great passive noise cancellation, never once did my hair get tangled in the headband, and has excellent battery life when the lighting is turned off (and is tolerable when the lighting is on, considering). Although there are many headsets available in white, such as Sony’s new Inzone headsets, this one doesn’t feel particularly unique.

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