Logitech G432 is a gaming headset that has been spoken of a lot lately. So why has the Logitech G432 become so popular? Here is the Logitech G432 Review.
The Logitech G432 gaming headset in the test
What is black, blue, and has a rich sound? Right, the still quite fresh Logitech G432. Although this has been on the market for some time, it has now established itself as a flagship model in the middle class. We found out whether it really lives up to its reputation.
Logitech G432 Those who hold the headset in their hand for the first time will notice that there are hardly any noticeable features. The Logitech G432 is not one of those who attract your attention with its blatant optics and LED light panels. Rather, it is available in elegant black with the light blue typical of Logitech as an accent color in the auricles and on the ear pads.
In addition to the silver logo on both sides and a small model number on the temple, the headset has nothing else that you could call an eye-catcher in any way. But it doesn’t need that either. If you take a closer look, you will quickly find the many strengths of the Logitech G432. Unlike most other gaming headsets, it has 50mm speakers instead of 40mm speakers. That may not sound like much at first. However, at the latest when you have the large auricles on your ears for some time, you will appreciate this detail very much. The only negative thing we noticed here was that the moving parts of the Logitech G432 quickly began to squeak. Not particularly annoying, but at such movable places, we would have liked to have preferred metal instead of plastic – like on the headband.
A few facts about the Logitech G432
In addition to the already mentioned large 50mm speakers, Logitech has installed a few other nice parts for you in the Logitech G432.
Speaking of size, do you happen to have a big head? If so, you don’t have to put the Logitech G432 down by any means, the headband has a total of 15 setting levels on both sides, with which you can adapt the eavesdropper to your head shape. In order to be able to communicate with your friends, a 6mm microphone with a tiltable bracket was attached. So if you want to mute yourself, all you have to do is flip the microphone up. In addition to the vertical one, you can also move the microphone horizontally using a flexible bracket and thus align it better.
There is also a stepless volume control right next to the microphone. This works flawlessly but doesn’t feel as valuable as the rest of the product, you could have worked with a different material or a more pleasant resistor, for example. However, in the same breath, you have to do without an additional regulator on the cable itself. The exact dimensions: the headset is 172mm high, 81.7mm wide and 182mm deep. It has an astonishing weight of only 259 grams. This makes the Logitech G432 quite light, which is due to the mainly built-in plastic.