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Wireless audio latency test – Producing music and playing piano using the Logitech G PRO X Wireless

Stanislav KhromovStanislav Khromov

I recently picked up the Logitech G PRO X Wireless Gaming Headset, primarily for wireless gaming but I was also hoping that the audio latency (which is implemented through the proprietary Lightspeed via 2.4ghz as opposed to Bluetooth) would be good enough to produce music or play piano in FL Studio using ASIO.

I have tested this and can happily report that these headphones do support ASIO4ALL and work without skips down to very low latencies. I ended up setting it to 80 samples (2ms) which works flawlessly on my very modest setup.

Great success!


After using this setup for a while and comparing with a wired Steinberg UR44 and their custom Yamaha ASIO implementation, I can say that there is a tiny amount of additional audio delay which is caused by the wireless transmission. However it is incredibly minimal and not something I am bothered by. If you think that a 256 sample latency is acceptable for a wired interface, my bet is that you would be happy with the PRO X Wireless.

FL Studio latency

FL Studio latency

Let me know in the comments if you’ve been using this setup and what you think of it!

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    Thank you for your report. I am looking forward to purchase one on blackfriday.