Logitech refreshes its gaming headset lineup

Four new models

Logitech today announced a new lineup of gaming headsets, which include surround sound and RGB features. Furthermore there is a new software called G Hub.

The four new headsets are going to become available this month. The new lineup includes: The Logitech G935 LightSync Wireless gaming headset ($170), the Logitech G635 LightSync Gaming Headset ($140), the Logitech G432 ($80) and the Logitech G332 ($60).

The G935 and G635 are the flagship headsets with 7.1 surround sound and RGB lighting. The main difference between these two models and the G635 is the fact that the G635 is wired and the G935 is wireless. Both models have been equipped with Pro-G 50 mm audio driver and leather padding. They also both feature LightSync lighting, which syncs the RGB lighting to other peripherals or accessories. Furthermore there is a flip-to-mute mic as well as three customizable G buttons.

The G432 and G332 drop most of those features but you will get the same 50mm drivers. The G432 offers 7.1-channel audio, while the G332 is not going to receive the 7.1-channel audio certification.

As always surround sound and multi-channel with headsets is a myth and commonly being used for marketing purposes. Surround sound requires more than two drivers, which have to be located at different positions.

Source: Logitech

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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