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Logitech unveils a quartet of new gaming headsets

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Logitech’s headsets are…pretty good! The company has always delivered quality PC gaming headsets, and pushed into the console space with its acquisition of the Astro brand in 2017. Logitech makes some of the finest peripherals your coin will get you, and they’ve just revealed four brand new ones, to suit any budget. If you’re in the market for a new headset, then there’s probably something in the new G-series line-up to tickle your fancy.

The quartet includes the Logitech G935 7.1 LIGHTSYNC Wireless, the G635 7.1 LIGHTSYNC, the G432 7.1 Surround, and the G332 Stereo. You can actually tell their core features just from their names, without having to cross-reference with some marketing pamphlet.

The G935 7.1 LIGHTSYNC Wireless, as its name suggests, will offer both wireless connectivity and Logitech’s RGB Lightsync tech. It uses the company’s Pro-G 50mm driver, and offers a 6mm microphone, on ear controls and a decent 12 hours of battery life. The G635 7.1 LIGHTSYNC is the same thing, only with wires and, as a result, a lower price. While we have no indication of local pricing yet, the sets come in at $170 and $140 respectively.

If that’s a little too rich for your blood, there are two more sets priced at a more palatable $80 and $60. The G432 7.1 Surround will feature 50mm drivers and DTS Headphone :X 2.0 surround sound, while the cheaper G332 Stereo Gaming Headset will be the same build, but without the surround sound gimmickry. For my money, it’d be the cheaper set that actually sounds better, because virtual surround is largely terrible and unnecessary.

We’ve been told the sets will make their way to local retail channels within the coming weeks.

Last Updated: February 6, 2019


  1. Captain JJ

    February 6, 2019 at 15:47

    Logitech makes some of the best headsets out there. Only issue is that they’re bulletproof so I don’t see me replacing mine in quite a while still.


    • Guz

      February 6, 2019 at 16:12

      Loved mine but I kinda destroyed my last pair, had it for years, road over the mic once when they fell off my desk, and then one side snapped when i got up and forgot to take them off(I know Im a dumbass,)

      edit:the sound was awesome and they were super comfy for me


  2. Pariah

    February 6, 2019 at 16:07

    The only issue I had with these is the comfort. They feel weird, and ever present on your head. There’s something about the Steelseries headsets that’s just so comfy it’s hard to compete for me.


    • Captain JJ

      February 6, 2019 at 16:07

      Maybe it’s because you are the man of steel…and therefor you suit each other better…. just an observation .


      • Pariah

        February 6, 2019 at 16:07

        Oh I would hate to be that super twat. Please, rather tell me I’m fat. That’d be more palatable…

        Maybe the wrong word. Bearable?


    • Geoffrey Tim

      February 7, 2019 at 07:29

      The Steelseries Arctis design is, for me, the most comfortable of the current crop of headsets. It’s shared across the Arctis 3,5, and 7 right up to my beloved Pros and they’re just so damned comfy.


  3. Original Heretic

    February 6, 2019 at 16:24

    I just got my Turtle Beach Recon 200. And I am very pleased with them.


  4. G8crasha

    February 7, 2019 at 06:50

    Have been and always will be a Sennheiser boy for my main set of entertainment headphones. For all other uses, if they have a good review I will use them. Recently bought a pair of Jaybird X4s. Not bad, but definitely intended primarily for sports use. They can pass as a day-to-day pair for general listening, but their comfort for me is somewhat questionable. Sound is awesome though. I use a pair of wireless RS175s as my main headset at home.


  5. Humantouch

    February 7, 2019 at 07:37

    Gaming headsets, I find nothing better than Turtle beach. But hey I could be persuaded. Had two sets in my lifetime and only because I broke the first pair with being stupid.


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