Logitech has just announced a series of new gaming headsets (opens in new tab) in its G family, and there's something for everyone. There are four headsets at different price points, suitable for both PC and console gamers.
The headline act is the new G935, a wireless headset using some pretty nifty technology to deliver a premium experience that Logitech is dubbing as "ultimate sound science."
In building all of these new headsets, Logitech has taken a step back and refocused on two key elements: comfort and performance. The two main things that you need to get right when making a good headset.
The G935 is based on Logitech's next generation Pro G 50mm drivers and the entire system has been redesigned. The G935 boasts superior low-frequency performance over competitors, as well as DTX Headphone X 2.0 positional surround sound.
It's wireless for use with a PC by way of a proprietary wireless connection, not Bluetooth, though you can also use it with mobile devices or consoles thanks to the included 3.5mm cable. Oh, and it has RGB. Logitech's LIGHTSYNC is its cross-device lighting system that can sync to music, video, and games, and you can hook up all your Logitech peripherals to dance away in perfect harmony.
If wireless isn't your thing, the G635 is the same headset but wired and it costs a bit less.
For the more budget conscious gamer, the G432 is a mid-range headset that makes use of Logitech's updated drivers alongside a USB DAC.
From the outside it looks very similar to Logitech's most premium headsets and compared to previous products, it boasts upgraded materials and a better microphone. Flip to mute was a much-requested feature from fans, and on the G432 you're getting it.
Like the new premium headsets, there's a cheaper option, the G332. It comes without the USB DAC but is otherwise identical to the G432.
Pricing in the U.S. for the new headsets is as follows:
- Logitech G935 - $169.99.
- Logitech G635 - $139.99.
- Logitech G432 - $79.99.
- Logitech G332 - $59.99.
All four of these headsets are due to be available at some time this month, though an exact date hasn't yet been provided by Logitech.
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As long as I can control my PS4 game volume with the 600 or 900 series, I'd consider getting them. I'm using AKG earbuds, and they're great other than not being able to adjust the game volume. It's a notch or two higher than I'd like it to be for extended gaming. I'd prefer a wireless headset with my PS4, but I guess a cable from the controller to the headphones isn't that bad.
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