Design And Comfort
The G332 is all about simplicity over a wealth of features.
Some may call it bare bones, other minimalist, but one thing is clear – Logitech has gone with function over form. As such, the G332 isn’t the flashiest looking headset around – its plastic frame and headband is very utilitarian, and lacks that satisfying “wow” factor that a more expensive headset has. That being said, the cherry red trim on the earcups looks pretty spiffy against the all-black plastic.
The G332’s plastic frame bends a bit too much to my liking, but it did fit nicely. The headset is light enough that it doesn’t weigh down your head, and there’s enough padding on the headband to alleviate that awful “digging” feeling that is all to common in headsets in this price range.
The G332 was certainly comfortable enough. The leatherette earcups have a good amount of padding to them, and they’re large enough that even my big ears can fit snugly inside of them without a problem. However, to get that fit, you need to really make sure your ears are positioned inside the earcups. Otherwise, the edges of the earcups will clamp down on your ears. It’s just as uncomfortable as it sounds, and it takes a bit more adjustment to get it to fit right than I would have liked. It also doesn’t help that the earcups aren’t very breathable, and can cause some redness and irritation in your ears after extended use.
Still, I could use the G332 comfortably for a few hours without any soreness – not long enough for an all-night gaming session, but enough to play a couple dozen rounds of your battle royale game of choice.
One nice feature on the G332 that you rarely see on budget headsets is swiveling earcups. You can twist the earcups 90 degrees, allowing the headset to rest comfortably on your shoulders when not in use.
It might seem like a small thing, but sit helps the G332 stand out among other headsets in this price range.
Performance And Features
The G332 connects to your computer or gaming console via a traditional 3.5mm jack. You can use the G332 on your PC and all major gaming consoles, such as the Switch, Xbox One, and PS4. A splitter cable is included to plug the G332 into a microphone jack.
Just because this headset is entry level, doesn’t mean it doesn’t sound good. The G332 is powered by 50mm drivers. You often don’t see drivers this powerful on entry level headsets, so kudos to Logitech for squeezing these powerful guys in there.
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