This is the comparison between the Logitech G332 and the Corsair HS35 headsets. Both the headsets are under $50. The design, comfort, sound and everything is just good in both the headsets by considering the price. But, there’s some difference between them.
|Logitech G332||Corsair HS35|
|BUY NOW||BUY NOW|
|Stereo mix is exceptional. Quality cushions. |
Plug and Play simplicity.
|Attractive pricing. |
|Tight around the head. |
Smaller cups around the ears.
|Loose bass response. Uncomfortable on bigger ears.|
|MODEL||LOGITECH G332||CORSAIR HS35|
|HEADPHONES||LOGITECH G332||CORSAIR HS35|
|Headphones Form Factor||Full size||Full size|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo||Stereo|
|Sensitivity||107dB S.P.L. at 1KHz||113dB +/- 3dB|
|Impedance||39 ohm||32 Ohm at 1 kHz|
|Diaphragm||2 in||2 in|
|MICROPHONE||LOGITECH G332||CORSAIR HS35|
|Response Bandwidth||100 Hz – 20 KHz||100Hz-10KHz|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT||LOGITECH G332||CORSAIR HS35|
|Width||3.2 in||7.2 in|
|Depth||7.2 in||3.5 in|
|Height||6.8 in||8.1 in|
|Weight||9.13 oz||8.82 oz|
|FEATURES||LOGITECH G332||CORSAIR HS35|
|Features||Large 50mm Drivers. Enjoy a complete, cinematic gaming experience.|
Lightweight with rotating leatherette ear pads for enhanced comfort during long gaming sessions.
Large mic for clear voice comms plus flip-to-mute and volume control for added convenience.
Connects to PC, mobile, and game consoles, including Playstation 4 and Xbox One via a 3.5mm input.
|Multi-Platform Compatible: Use with PC, Xbox One*, PS4, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.|
Striking Sound: A pair of custom-tuned 50mm neodymium speaker drivers deliver excellent sound quality with wide range and reliable accuracy.
Detachable Unidirectional Microphone: Fully detachable and optimized for voice quality while reducing ambient noise, so that you are heard loud and clear.
Long-Lasting Comfort: Plush memory foam with adjustable earcups, combined with lightweight construction, provide the comfort you need for hours of gameplay.
Easy-Access Control: On-ear volume and mute controls let you adjust on-the-fly without pulling you away from the game.
Discord-Certified: For crystal-clear communication and outstanding sound.
Expert Reviews of Logitech G332:
If you want a solid headset that won’t break the bank, the G332 is a great choice. It almost snagged a Best Buy award but is just a tiny bit more expensive than some comparable products. Regardless, we had no major issues with it and it would be one of…
The Logitech G332 is not trying to be the most feature rich headset around, but it has what you need. It’s a straightforward experience, though the sound quality is much better than expected given the entry-level…
By Basic Tutorials SE
Das Preis: € 48,99 teure Headset von Logitech ist qualitativ sehr gut und wird für viele und lange Gaming-Sessions ausreichen. Das Design ist eine nette Abwechslung. Das einzige Problem ist die nicht vorhandene Software-Unterstützung und der damit…
By Tom’s Hardware
Logitech ha calato il poker con le nuove cuffie, rinnovando l’intera gamma dedicata al gaming. Tuttavia, le entry-level G332 e G432 soffrono la concorrenza sia di brand competitor sia di altri prodotti Logitech. Se dal punto di vista audio ci sono…
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Expert Reviews of Corsair HS35:
Corsair’s HS35 makes a lot of great calls in the design category. But unfortunately this budget gaming headset can’t quite nail the fundamental audio quality. An extra $20-$30 buys you much more quality.
By Guru of 3D
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By Games Radar
A well-designed and lightweight budget headset that doesn’t forget the importance of decent audio. It might lack the ability to deliver true surround sound, but it’s forgivable given the low price and level of comfort on…
The Corsair HS35 headset is flexible enough to connect to pretty much anything you can think of, robust enough to be usable out and about and yet affordable enough that it isn’t the end of the world if an accident befalls it. With four colours there is a choice for everyone and it wins our OC3D Value For Money award.
The HS35 is a decent headset. It hasn’t blown me away, but then again it’s only £40 and at that price it’s a solid purchase.
This headset design, comfort and also build quality is pretty good by considering the price. The sound is also good but just using for any casual use especially the mic.
The design of the headset is very attractive and it also comes in variety of colors. The comfort is also pretty good. The sound of the headset and the mic is not about to complain anything.
They are mostly plastic but a flat matte plastic. It’s a very nice-looking matte. The boom that goes up and down, when you tilt it up it doesn’t really click it but there’s a little clicking point.
I think they look absolutely sharp, minimalistic and again they’re just crisp and sharp. It’s just a headset there’s no fluff on it which I honestly love. This headset does come with some very cool color variations as well, it comes in a black and red, black and blue and then a black in green and that’s for all the different consoles, Nintendo switch, PlayStation, Xbox. This headset connects 3.5 so just get whatever color you like. No matter which color variation you get, they’re all gonna work the exact same on every device.
They can rotate 90 degrees backwards and Tad forward to get some good mobility. The earpiece them-self can tilt back and forth to get maximum comfort any way you want it. It’s nice that they will take back, so when you take your head off and it’s around your neck, you can sit and rest down easy.
Padding though is very nice that plush leatherette on the top and on the sides, overall pretty decent pair. They fit and the way they look. The only thing I would say is warning for a long period of time since they work hard to pull apart. They’re kind of pushing and clamping in a little bit not too much and maybe able to stretch out and I have so much pressure to actually feel good.
The ear cushions are some very big cushions, they got cloth right there. It has a little pleather lining in there, so to lock in some of the sounds for you as well but they are very big ear cushions. When you put them on they’re not like those cloth ear cushions that really just sink into your head. They don’t feel like these nice pillows on your head, they’re not uncomfortable. But, they feel a little bit firmer, I mean when you press them you can see they go down pretty easy. They’re not uncomfortable but again they don’t sink into your head and really just conform to your head shape.
The headband is also made out of the exact same stuff as the ear cushions and there’s a whole lot of padding up there. Again, you still get that same type of feel from it. It doesn’t just sink or rest on your head. You have that swivel on the ear-cups. They are very lightweight and you have the metal reinforced between the headband and the ear-cup. It’s really nice and you adjust it.
You get a Y splitter to hook it into the PC, the microphone and audio and headphone. It come with a pretty long 3.5 millimeter headphone jack, I guess that it was 1.7 meters or something. It’s actually too long to be holding a controller and plane but the headset themselves look very nice actually. I was actually impressed these for this price range. Also, you can go through the Logitech website and you can actually adjust the equalizer and all that on there.
This one has non removable headphone jack. On the back of the left ear cup is the volume up/down basic wheel. They are adjustable as well like most are with metal, around the inside plastic little extra support so that’s nice. They feel durable, they’re kind of tight though I don’t want to stretch them too much, if you have a smaller head that might not work but they’re pretty flexible of you. If you bend them and twist them but to stretch them they feel pretty tight.
In the box, with the headset you’re going get little detachable mic which is adjustable then you’re also gonna get a splitter here for PC. Now, this is where they differ between all the different colors like for the switch, the red, blue or green ones do not come with the splitters. Only the black ones for PC and Mobile that comes with a splitter.
It does connect 3.5mm jack and as far as on the back of the headset as you noticed earlier, you have your volume rocker and your mic mute. The wire is actually connected is not detachable and this might be the one negative.
The mic is flip to mute mic. If you put them up it will be muted automatically, when it’s down you can use it. The mic is also bendable, so you can set the mic as per your wish by bending them at any side. It will stay properly.
The sound of the mic is pretty good. It does the job well in gaming and for the web-chat and all casual things but for any professional use, it will not be better.
As far as the mic, I think is really cool. You got a little cap right there to cover it up if you don’t use it. The mic is just great because it’s adjustable and it stays right where it is.
In this price range mic, we can only expect this type of sound. It sounds as expected. You can use it for casual use like gaming rather than using it for podcast and all.
Overall the headset gets pretty loud the volume mix around but all of the noise is pretty loud compared to some of the other headsets that I’ve tried, the bass is very amplified, with this these it’s kind of like the mids. The mids take control with good amount of high and good amount of lows bouncing back and forth but it’s a lot of the mids. It’s very crisp, very clear, and concise. Overall great headset, you can hear the footsteps, the gunshots, the grenades. Overall all of its pretty loud.
I tested across every device from Xbox one, ps4, a Nintendo switch, PC, listen to some music on an iPad, and then also on PC and I watched some videos on it and they sounded pretty good across every device. Again in ps4, the volume was a little bit lower but that’s not saying anything against the headset, that’s just ps4 3.5 all the volume just seems a little bit lower on that but cross every of the device they sounded very good for this range of headset.
One thing I’d have to complain about that would be maybe that the highs were a little bit low or the mids would be high. The mids and lows are pretty nice and the highs are there but something’s missing a pinch right there but that could also just be my hearing. These are not ear shaking a bass by any means but you do have bass, mids and highs but my personal preference I just wish there was just a pinch more highs. So, as far as sound across-the-board, I was really pleasantly surprised with the sound.
If you’re looking for a budget headset under $50 the Logitech G332 is a great headset. They fit well, they sound great, the audio sounds is also great.
It’s very nice, it’s comfortable and the sound is very good again for under $50 range. You can buy this on for this price range as it’s worth the price.