If you’re in the market for a new set of gaming headphones, then Logitech might have something for you. This is because the company has recently taken the wraps off four brand new gaming headsets part of its G-series lineup, so there definitely should be something there that would appeal to you.


There are four different models to choose from which includes the Logitech G935 7.1 LIGHTSYNC Wireless, the G635 7.1 LIGHTSYNC, the G432 7.1 Surround, and the G332 Stereo. Their names are pretty much an indication of some of the features that you can expect, such as wireless connectivity, surround sound, 7.1 sound, stereo sound, and so on.

For example the G935 will feature the use of Logitech’s Pro-G 50mm audio driver and Lightsync technology. It also boasts a 12 hour battery life, enhanced 6mm microphone technology, and on-ear volume controls. The G635 on the other hand is more or less the wired version. It does not come cheap though at $170, but if you don’t mind the wired version, you can save yourself $30 as it will be priced at $140.

If you’d rather not spend over $100 on a gaming headset, that’s where the G432 and G332 come in, where they are priced at $80 and $60 respectively. The former will feature 50mm drivers, DTS Headphone:X 2.0 surround sound, and rotating leatherette ear cups. The G332 on the other hand will focus on stereo sound, but will feature a similar build. The headsets should be available this month so check out Logitech’s website or their retail partners for the details.

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