This is the comparison between the Logitech G Pro and the Razer Kraken gaming headset. There’s little bit of difference in their price but both were came under $100. Both the headsets has good build quality, design and sound. Check out which is better.
|Logitech G Pro||Razer Kraken|
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|Stellar microphone performance. |
Expansive soundstage. Comfortable and sturdy.
|Decent price for a gaming headset. |
Consistent sound across most media.
Comfy to wear and adjust. Simple to use.
|Underwhelming bass response causes FPS games to lack punch. |
Disappointing noise isolation.
|Heavy reliance on bass. |
Feels a bit cheap.
Light on features.
|MODEL||LOGITECH G PRO||RAZER KRAKEN|
|DETAILS||LOGITECH G PRO||RAZER KRAKEN|
|Color||Black||Black, Green, Pink, White|
|HEADPHONE||LOGITECH G PRO||RAZER KRAKEN|
|Driver Unit||50mm||50 mm, with Neodymium magnets|
|Frequency Response||20Hz-20KHz||12 Hz – 28 kHz|
|Impedance||35 ohms||32 Ω @ 1 kHz|
|Sensitivity||91.7 dB SPL @ 1 mW & 1 cm||109 dB @ 1 kHz|
|Connector||Analog 3.5 mm|
|Weight||320 g||322 g / 0.71 lbs|
|MICROPHONE||LOGITECH G PRO||RAZER KRAKEN|
|Frequency Response||100 Hz – 10 kHz|
|Sensitivity||-45 ± 3 dB|
|FEATURES||LOGITECH G PRO||RAZER KRAKEN|
|Features||Clear and poweful sound.|
Thicker headband padding.
Cooling gel layer on ear pads reduces heat build up during intense gaming sessions.
Hidden Indented eyewear channels compresses easily for eyewear relief.
Memory foam: Comfortably fits the unique shape of any gamer’s head.
Heat- transfer fabric: It provides heat transfer with faster sweat evaporation.
Logitech G Pro
This is G pro model of the Logitech. This headset is specially for the gaming sessions but you can also use this for watching movies and listening music like that. The build quality, comfort, design, sound all are pretty good.
It’s pretty much the exact same headset as the Kraken tournament Edition except this one doesn’t come with that THX a special surround sound cord, the attachment that you get.
Logitech G Pro
Actually, they look like HyperX headsets. They honestly feel like HyperX headsets as well. They have a big metal arms, you have your notches for adjustment and it’s quite a stiff movement. On the inside you have a little notches where it catches on, it doesn’t slide around you by any means. Also, there’s no swivel.
On the side of the headphone there’s aluminium bracket and with a little plastic bracket. The plastic bracket break if you drop the headset because it’s really only one screw going into that plastic bracket which makes me a little nervous. But, I can twist them up and bend them around and they feel solid.
Another cool touch that I really like as far as build is the wire coming from the headband into the ear cup. It has that little spring so whichever way you adjust it, you don’t really got to worry about it catching on to stuff too much because it’s always gonna be hidden right up in between the ear cup and the headband.
The Kraken is a retailing for around 70 to 80 dollars on Amazon and then also, there’s a price differences between the green version and the other colors. The tournament Edition is pretty much the exact same price.
If you’re familiar with the cracking range of headsets then the design is not gonna be anything and new to you. You still get the same aluminum adjustable head band with it’s not too thick but enough mesh padding at the top. You get the iconic a rounded shape Razer style plastic ear cups with that omission like a pattern and the closed back design with the razer logo in the middle. Now, it is not RGB backlit so just keep that in mind.
Logitech G Pro
I get a ridiculous amount of pressure even with my glasses off but I need my glasses on when I play game. There’s so much pressure back there and with or glasses without glasses it’s just not comfortable to me either way.
The pressure is kind of weired because these pads are super plush like very soft, it just sink into my head but again I get that pressure there but I think these soft pads kind of compensates for that pressure point a little bit. I could wear these a lot longer than I usually can with headsets that don’t have swivel and I really like them. I couldn’t wear these for long sessions because I don’t enjoy the pressure point but they’re pretty stinking because these pads are extremely soft.
Another cool thing too as well as the headband, it’s not that whole deal. It’s like you don’t feel this pressure point, they kind of feels like they almost conform to your head. As far as comfort minus the pressure point as personal preference I think they’re good.
The ear cups is still able to swivel a small amount or to fit over your ears and the aluminum frame will be able to handle any reasonable amount of extension. So, if you do a very large it you will be able to bend it open a fair amount.
For comfort, you get the awesome, large, and soft gel infused your cushions with a cloth and a leatherette combination that allows you to wear it for long periods at a time without any issues. It doesn’t get too hot but even in the summer, it’s honestly not that big of an issue where it’s around 30 degrees. No issues with my ear scratching against the inside of the drivers. There is no padding there but luckily the ear cushions are nice and thick. So, it didn’t even bother me at all.
Logitech G Pro
In your box you’re going to get the headset, you’ll get your 3.5 connector which has controls on it, you get a splitter for your PC and you also get USB dongle and then you get your mic and it is detachable. As far as a 3.5, it is detachable and it plugs right into the bottom of your headset. You have 3.5 for a Nintendo switch, PlayStation, Xbox phone, and I test it across all of those as well.
One thing I don’t like about this 3.5 connector, this has your mic mute and then you have your volume wheel. You have to adjust it if listen any difference sound. It made a bit of a drastic difference and I wish it was just maybe better foot down.
You can download the Logitech app called Logitech Hub where you can set all EQ settings, gaming presets and also the microphone settings. If you set the settings up, it’ll be a lot louder for you and you just enjoy the headset a lot more but anyways you have those presets and also some defaults. You can copy your own. Anyways, it’s cranked up quite loud and you can feel that everyone’s going to be different. It sounds fantastic, it is pretty cool too because you can save it safe to onboard memory which is the USB dongle.
Also, it have the mic settings which you can adjust the mic volume. This will increase or decrease the volume of the mic and it works as mic engine. I really shocked with the mic sound with the USB dongle. It was fantastic. With the USB dongle, you have those couple of options to adjust it, it sounded great.
You get the same a 1.3 meter nylon a braided cable with the inline controller that allows you to adjust the volume and also mute your mic. At the end, you get a 90 degree TRS combo jack that will work on PC, console, and other mobile devices for instance like a switch. You also get a 2 meter extension cable that then splits up into dual 3.5 millimeter jacks.
Logitech G Pro
The mic is detachable and you do have a windscreen included on it which can come off. Anyways, it connects above the 3.5 and it’s got a little knob to put it in. It is adjustable but the whole deal is not adjustable. This is plenty fine and it’s kind of down. You almost forget that you have a mic on your headset.
The mic actually doesn’t sound too bad. The noise cancellation, the sounds are quite loud. It’s gonna depend on what you use it for it, I think it’s gonna do a better job with more background noise instead of noise that cerclage you, especially on loud mechanical switches.
Logitech G Pro
As far as sound I tested it across every device from an Nintendo switch, Xbox, Playstation 4, PC, and then listen to some music or just watching videos. As far as sound I tested it across every device from an Nintendo switch, Xbox, Playstation 4, PC, and then listen to some music or just watching videos.
You can download the app for this headset and when you start adjusting it and getting it to your settings, these things sounded so stinking good. I really enjoy them on PC and again with the Xbox also, I think they sounded really great as well. We got that same issue with Playstation 4 where the volume drops a little bit. You got the same stage in everything but I wouldn’t recommend them for PlayStation 4. You can actually even use the USB dongle on the PlayStation but it didn’t increase or make this any better. As far as console switch I think they get it passed again on Xbox I really liked them.
The Kraken does deliver a good audio for gaming, listening to music, or even just watching movies. The audio is also relatively well balanced but I did find that the high end was a tiny bit pushed down compared to the mids. For the low-end if you are looking for a thumping bass heavy headset, this is not going to be that. It is a more a balance, more a neutral in the bass department. You can increase it via low end with an EQ but it’s still not gonna get that thumping kind of like you get with the Razer Nari ultimate.
As for audio in a game especially you are gonna get a pretty good sound quality. You’re again gonna get a bit more of that a low and mid-range so for instance a gunshots is not gonna be as high but explosions and so on, it does sound really good.
Logitech G Pro
These looks as same as like any of the HyperX cloud headsets. I would recommend these over any of those HyperX headsets. It’s not for me because I can’t stand that pressure point, I just I don’t like it and after 30 minutes to an hour of gaming I gotta take them off. I really don’t like them but I think these have the upper hand on comfort, sound definitely on mic. I am very happy with it especially with the mic.
There’s no real flaws or anything bad. It’s a really a good at mid-range gaming headset but being that some more in the mid-range and there’s no real single feature that makes you stand out above their competitors. It is a hard sell especially if you compare it to some of the others out there but if you like the brand and you do like the design of the Kraken headsets then this is definitely a good purchase. The sound quality was good, comfort is really good and then also build quality is great.