Logitech G435 Lightspeed Wireless Headphones Review


The Logitech G435 Lightspeed is certified carbon neutral and made of recyclable plastic. The G435's plastic construction makes it virtually weightless, and it's easy to wear for long periods of time. We  spent the most of my weekends gaming while wearing headphones, and our ears never got fatigued.

The headset does not include a boom mic. Logitech chose two beam-forming mics on the left arm instead. When you're wearing the headset, all of the controls are on the left arm, towards the back of your head, making them easy to grasp.

The sound quality was excellent. Never overbearing, yet has plenty of punch and good highs and lows. These won't blow your mind, but they will provide you with the comfort of being able to use it for long periods of time without your ears being exhausted.

You can't pair and switch between many devices, unfortunately. This is designed to be used with only one device at a time. You can't use both Lightspeed and Bluetooth at the same time, and you can't convert it to a wired headset. It supports the AAC and SBC codecs, allowing for high-quality streaming on both Android and iOS devices.

The Logitech G435 is a good, entry-level choice that isn't designed for gaming. Because of the Lightspeed support, it's ideal for eSports, with little to no latency. It's also really light, so you can wear it for hours without it hurting your ears.