Logitech G35 – Surround Sound Headset

3. A Closer Look5. Performance


Logitech G35 Software

While the G35 does support driverless operation, Logitech have included a basic software package which enables you to adjust treble and bass volumes and configure the buttons.  Although you can’t create your own functions for the buttons, there is a comprehensive selection of predefined functions for these buttons ranging from iTunes media controls to Ventrilo "Push to Talk".

For the microphone, Logitech have included a "Voice Morpher".  This changes your voice to sound like a variety of different creatures.  This works surprisingly well even though its usefulness is somewhat limited (unless you play WOW!).

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