The Logitech Pro X's minimalistic look, combined with its incredible comfort, sturdy design, tight fit, and natural sound quality, makes for an all-in-one headset that can be used for both gaming and music listening.
There are only two things that I would change about the Pro X, and that is the following. Add small indicators next to the ports on the headset itself to show which port is which, and make it so the earcups can slightly swivel. The reason I'd like to see the earcups be able to swivel is that when the Pro X is placed around your neck, it tends to choke you slightly. This problem can easily be solved with some swivel action.
Firstly, the Pro X is one of, if not the best all-round headset I have ever used, and what I truly love about it is that there's barely any downside. If you are like me and want a headset that has both amazing in-game audio as well as music/movie audio, then this is the headset for you.
Don't get me wrong though, there are definitely better in-game sounding gaming headsets out there than the Pro X (Astro A40 TR), but those headsets suffer from a loss in audio quality when playing music/movies. So, it really comes down to what you want out of a headset when you buy one. Do you want a headset specifically for gaming, and you know that's the only thing you will use it for. Or, do you want a headset that can do both, sound great in-game and also sound great outside of gaming.
This is the buyer's choice and really comes down to personal opinion based on your current situation. If I was to recommend someone that was looking for a versatile gaming headset that knows they will also be using it to go on walks/gym, then I'd recommend the Logitech Pro X. If I was to recommend someone a gaming headset that they wanted to purely game with, I'd probably recommend the Astro A40 TR.
All in all, the Logitech Pro X has truly impressed me and has become my daily driver headset. For $129.99, buyers will get a versatile headset that has fantastic in-game audio, a clear and crisp microphone, and more than above average music/movie audio. Logitech as truly upped their game when it comes to its Pro series, and I cannot wait to see what the future holds.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 12:34 pm CDT
The Bottom Line
Logitech has created the MVP of headsets with the Pro X. While it doesn't have the absolute best in-game audio quality, it makes up for it by being one of, if not the most versatile headsets on the market.