In this day and age of gaming, audio is very important in terms of not only immersiveness, but also in terms of getting an unfair advantage. We have 21:9 ultrawide aspect ratio that’s technically not allowed in Overwatch because of visual advantage, but Blizzard didn’t restrict us from getting good audio experience. With good audio, you can literally listen to which direction your enemy is coming from, and prepare your Roadhog hook for that insta-kill. Here are the Logitech G433 and Logitech G233 Prodigy that will get you that unfair advantage.
By looks, this is definitely one of the more airy pair of headphones that comes in a few different colors. Weighing in at only 259 grams, this is one of the lightest pair of headphones by Logitech. They’ve even thought of everything, even as far as making the ear pads hand-washable. Also, there’s another set of lush microfiber ear pads for a different fit and feel.
Logitech G433 promises great audio with their advanced Pro-G audio drivers. To take advantage of this, the Logitech G433 has a USB sound card and DTS Headphone:X to replicate 7.1 speaker placement, hence giving you that gaming advantage.
As voicechat is getting more and more crucial in online games these days, Logitech G433 has a boom mic with a micro pop filter.
The Logitech G433 supports PCs (obviously), Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and even the Nintendo Switch. The Logitech G433 is priced at RM499.
Logitech G233 Prodigy
Logitech’s Prodigy lineup of peripherals are more towards the budget side of things but still maintains its high quality. The Logitech G233 Prodigy still has that easily removable mesh ear pads that are also breathable and washable. This Logitech G233 Prodigy headset also has the Pro-G audio drivers.
Other than that, it’s pretty much the same as the G433 for the boom mic and micro pop filter and multi-platform support.