Logitech has announced a new line of gaming headsets that run the gamut from low-end to higher-end units. Giving the varying price points of these units, there's headset for nearly every budget and usage case.
The high-end unit is the G935 Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound Lightsync gaming headset; it sells for $169.99. It has a flip away mic that mutes when swung out of the way and a 15-meter indoor wireless range. The headset offers 50mm drivers and frequency response of 20Hz-20KHz. The second headset is the G635 7.1 Lightsync Gaming Headset that sells for $139.99. It also has a flip to
The more budget-focused headsets that lack the Lightsync capabilities include are the Logitech G432 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset and the Logitech G332 Stereo Gaming Headset. The G432 headset sells for $79.99 and is a wired headset with a 2-meter long cable. It has 50mm drivers and a boom microphone for voice chat. It will work with a USB port for PC or 3.5mm audio input device.
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These headsets will make a good companion for Logitech's new G560 speakers and G513 mechanical keyboard.