Logitech kept it simple and easy with their latest gear, the Logitech G335 Wired Gaming Headset. Gaming gear that is simplistic doesn’t mean bad, especially when it comes to Logitech. That’s why we’re enjoying the G335 gaming headset.
The Logitech G355 is part of their new G Color Collection. The G355 is essentially the wired version of the G733 Lightspeed Wireless Headset. Like the G733, the Logitech G335 is ultra-lightweight. Though both headsets are colorful, the G335 does not have RGB. The G335 headset comes in three colors: mint green, black, and white. Each headset comes with a colorful and reversible headband.
What’s in the box?
- G355 Headset with a reversible soft headband
- Y splitter
- User manual
Logitech G335 Headphone Specifications
- Driver: 40 mm
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 KHz
- Impedance: 36 Ohms
- Weight: 240 g
- Microphone Pickup Pattern: Cardioid
- Microphone Frequency Response: 100 Hz – 10 KHz
First Impression of the Logitech G335 Headset
The Logitech G335 wired gaming headset is incredibly lightweight, at just 240g. It’s mint green with purple accents, a refreshing departure from the typical black gaming headsets without being ostentatious. So, for gamers looking for a gaming headset with a color that’s not pink, the G335 headset is an excellent choice.
Although the G335 is made entirely of plastic, it doesn’t feel cheaply made. The headset felt light on my head. And the adjustable headband makes the already lightweight frame of the headset feel weightless. The over-ear cups are made of light memory foam with a cover that matches the head strap holder. I spent hours gaming while wearing this headset and literally forgot it was
The audio quality is decent — very clear. Though it doesn’t have dynamic surround sound, the audio reproduction is pretty consistent. There’s also no accompanying software nor other ability to customize your sound experience.
The volume dial is on the left earcup. The volume range gets loud enough to where I don’t have to adjust my in-game nor master volume settings. Unfortunately, there’s no software to customize the sound experience. However, the G335 does take advantage of Dolby Surround Sound and Windows Sonic with the 3.5mm jack.
The mic boom has the typical up-down mobility and positioning the mic upwards mute’s the microphone. The G335 mic is Discord Certified, producing clear sounds for effective communication. This headset does not come with a mic filter, however. And teammates could hear some slight background noise. Most of the background noise was filtered out, but some sounds still got through.
The Logitech G335 is a simplistic gaming headset that’s both affordable and comfortable. The color scheme of the G335 is bold, but not ostentatious—pleasant to look at. Even without all the bells and whistles, the Logitech G335 is an excellent gaming headset for any budget.