This is the comparison between the Logitech G432 and the Razer Kraken headsets. Both are the good company headsets and also competitive. The Price of the headsets little bit differs. The sound and comfort in both the headset is good. But, check out for which one you like as per the features with their price.
|Decent price for a gaming headset.
Consistent sound across most media.
Comfy to wear and adjust. Simple to use.
Loose ear cups.
Need USB connection for best audio.
|Heavy reliance on bass.
Feels a bit cheap.
Light on features.
Polarizing green aesthetic.
|Headphones Form Factor
|Sound Output Mode
|12 Hz – 28 kHz
|107dB +/- 3dB
|32 Ω @ 1 kHz
|100 Hz – 20 KHz
|100 Hz – 10 kHz
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
|Detect enemies from all sides with 7.1 surround positional audio and a 3D soundscape.
Lightweight with leatherette swivel ear pads for supreme comfort during long gaming sessions.
Large mic for clear voice comms plus flip-to-mute and volume control for added convenience.
Connects to PC via a 3.5mm input or USB DAC. Connects to mobile, and game consoles, including Playstation 4 and Xbox One via a 3.5mm input.
Expert Reviews of Logitech G432:
At the end of the day, the Logitech G Gaming Headset is a decent headset for gamers on the budgets and is an honest product in terms of audio quality and design. Add in a Logitech inspired gaming design and overall, the Logitech G Gaming Headset ticked…
The Logitech G432 Gaming Headset owes a lot to its predecessor, the G430, especially in the looks department. Because of that they feel a little dated. They make up for it in their sound quality though, at least through USB where they rival headsets twice their price. Some of that quality is compromised when the USB soundcard is removed, but they still provide an enjoyable experience on consoles.
The Logitech G432 is a capable wired gaming headset that includes a 7.1-channel USB sound card for use with a PC, but its design and performance lag behind the…
By Tom’s Guide
Four years later, the G432 is a much better product than its predecessor, featuring much-improved audio drivers and a few smart tweaks in design. But a lot of the same drawbacks are present, including a cheap feel and an imperfect fit.Overall, though, I…
The most important aspect about the Logitech G432 is the sound, and for the price, it really can’t be beat in terms of sound quality and options. This headset contains all the technology of a $160 headset for half the price. Fantastic theater-like quality that includes the option for 7.1 Surround Sound and DTS Headphone:X 2.0 is a steal for the price.
Expert Reviews of Razer Kraken:
The Razer Kraken Kitty Edition may actually be one of the best headsets out there right now. It’s on the mid-range of the pricing scale, and while it’s not wireless, it does mean there’s one less point of failure in your streaming setup. The sound…
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The design and comfort is just good by considering the price. When it comes to sound, you have to use the USB to get a little bit better sound. But, for the price all feature is just okay.
The design and comfort is good and quiet comfort as for each and every person’s personal preference. Also, the sound of the mic and the headset is good enough for the price.
The design is as same as like the older models. It almost look like the G930 and the G332. It made of plastic and looks good and simple as per the price but nothing has changed in it as for the design.
The design looks good and stylish, also like a gaming headset. This headset is available on different colors. They are black, green, white, pink and also black with blue. Everything varies in cost.
These things are built solid. From the end of the headband to the ear cups, it’s all metal. You can adjust it, very nice firm adjustment. You do have your wire hanging out inside it from going around to the headband to the other ear cup, so maybe just kind of watch out for that but other than that I mean these things are solid. You can stretch them out, twist them up. You don’t have any sort of brackets. If you’re hitting them on the ground, you’re not really hitting on a bracket it’s just that frame and you got to drop them incredibly hard to compress that entire metal circle to make something break. It’s very nice, durable build.
The pad on this is a lot thicker but this fake leather type material after a while it starts to crack and then that starts to flake. The band is nice that’s stainless steel band. So that’s not going to break but it doesn’t have a markings. Another thing I noticed is that this was really tight and on this one one side is looser than the other. Also, when I put them on they feel like the band is bent.
I just wish this headset had swivel in it. I mean, the ear cups are gigantic the ear cups are incredibly cozy with that they got the sports material on the outside and then the leatherette in the insides are really traps that sounds really nice. They are incredibly soft I got that cooling gel foam on the outside, so your ears do stay very cool and it complements really nice to the pleather on the outside and inside.
Again, I wish that this had some swivel because the headset had a gap behind the ear-cup. So, all the pressure is coming right up onto cheek bone and it’s put a lot of pressure and it’s just not comfortable. Also, it does make the glasses if you wear glasses. Again, I have to put that as personal preference because your head shapes probably be a lot different than mine.
As far as the headband up, they also said they improve the headband by put it a little bit more cushion in there. Now, there’s not a whole bunch of cushion but there’s enough. When you put it on your head and it’s sitting up there, you really feeling a little bit but it’s nothing drastic by any means. Overall for comfort, this is average. Maybe this will be incredibly comfortable for any other person. This will at your head shape.
This seemed similar to the G 930 but they do feel really cheap. They’re supposed to be surround sound 7.1 but there’s no way to turn it on or off, the only controls you have is the volume. It’s a volume wheel and it tops out on on Max and bottoms out on low. Another thing that I liked about these is this type of headset was the flip up mic. When you flip it up it mutes. A little sound is coming out when you flip the mic, so if you’re streaming it’s going to come out that noise or click is going to come out in your recording.
You will get a cord, it’s about 6 feet and you got the plug. So, you could plug this into a cell phone jack. You get also the USB adapter that’s pretty nice and then you also get this Y splitter to plug it into your headphone and mic jacks on your PC.
The software is really easy to use. It’s very basic and limited. There’s some adjustments on once you enable the surround sound and you can adjust the speakers but the surround sound on it was the quality is awful. The sound of the volume in it is really low.
Inside your box you’re gonna get your headset with your 3.5 cable that’s attached to the headset and then you get a splitter for your PC which is pretty nice, it gives it a whole lot of length. But, the cable for console is not too long. The improvements are really worthwhile.
The 3.5 mm cord coming with the headset is braided but it’s not this really heavy-duty. I mean it feels quality but it’s not heavy cable just hanging out on. It’s almost that perfect balance. It’s not too thick, not too thin but it feels incredibly durable. If you need that extra length you do have the splitter for the PC, for your mic and everything or just plug it in there if you just want to use it for your headset. Also, you have your inline audio controls like your volume wheel and your mic mute or mic active button.
The mic is flip to mute mic which attached on the left ear cup of the headset. The mic is also made up of thick plastic. The same problem is in the mic also. If you will use USB, the sound will get better from the normal use. But then also the mic sound is not best but for this price range it’s just expected. You can use it for any casual uses.
As far as the mic, it is retractable comes in and out really nice actually because it bends and it stays in whatever position you want. It’s not too high up right in front of your face, you can bend it right down.
I think the mic sounds pretty good. It does sound a little bit hollow maybe just a pinch distant nothing horrible by any means. I honestly like the mic, I feel like it’s bringing out some of the the low end and the high end as well, pretty nice and balanced. If there’s one thing I would like on it is maybe like a windscreen or a pop filter because I feel like it picks up sound a little bit but all in all I think it’s a pretty solid mic.
After playing with them, I feel the sound quality was really low and I figured maybe once turning on enabling that surround sound it would get better and it actually made it worse. It was making like muffled and echoing and that was a big turn-off for me.
If you use the USB it will be little bit louder and sounds better than the using the normal splitter. The sound quiet good but not best for the price.
As far as sound, this is where things got a little bit weird with this headset. I tested on every single device from Xbox one, PlayStation 4, the PC and the Nintendo switch and then listened to music. As far as the sound stage and the quality of sound and everything, this headsets use a 50 millimeter drivers and the frequency range is 12 to 28,000.
I notice that when you get into these 50 millimeter drivers if you have that range, it’s really gonna be able to push it. This headsets coming at 32 ohms, so any devices gonna be able to push it but it just sounded a little bit distant to me. I think if these would have been a smaller driver, I think that range really would have been just put out there immersive and just put together a whole lot better. I mean, the 50 millimeter drivers in that range I’m getting a whole lot of highs with not much low-end but I liked a little bit more.
Again, some people may like that bass heavy, muddy sound. I love highs I prefer highs over bass but I do like some bass. You do hear the footsteps in this, you really hear them because again you have those highs up and you really don’t have the low-end overtaking those highs.
The big turn-off for me was the sound quality and for gaming that’s something very important. Especially for the quality in the sound, I would not recommend this one.
I like them but there’s a lot of personal preference. For the comfort, definitely personal preference. If you like the Hyperx headsets then you’ll like the feel of these because it’s pretty much the exact same with no swivel. I honestly think at this price range, we have a pretty quality headset.