Logitech shows off new G432 and G935 headsets at CES 2019

Check out the latest 7.1 surround sound gaming headsets from Logitech.

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Logitech is looking to reshape its audio line-up this year thanks to a new series of headsets available starting today. We had a chance to catch up with the gaming peripheral manufacturer at CES just last month, where we were given a brief overview of the new headsets, including the G432 and G935, both of which focus around a 7.1 surround sound system to give users excellent audio at an affordable price.

The new headset lineup includes some new, bigger drivers as well as the company’s new Pro G technology, which offers higher audio fidelity with new 50mm drivers to give the headsets a nice balance of low-end distortion. The bigger drivers has allowed Logitech to really fine tune and optimize the audio quality, lowering the amount of distortion heard when utilizing the new systems.

This all comes together to create a fantastic blend of comfort and audio quality. The headsets are available everywhere starting today. You can learn more about them, including their in-depth specifications by heading over to the Logitech website.

The new line-up includes quite a few headsets for Logitech fans to check out, however the two most notable are the G432 and the G935, both of which feature 7.1 surround sound technology to help deliver an exceptional audio experience for all your gaming needs. You can pick up the G432 for $79.99, or if you’re looking to make use of a wireless setup, you can pick up the G935 for $169.99.

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