A direct successor to the G230, the G231 Prodigy is an entry-level gaming headset for Gamers at Logitech. No RGB, no 7.1, no bluetooth, but a simple wired stereo model with a launch price of 60 € all the same. Let’s see if it deserves to join your array of accessories.
- Prodigy Series Logitech G gaming headset with premium 40mm neodymium speaker drivers for immersive game quality stereo sound
- Versatile PC gaming headset also plugs into any game console like Xbox One and Playstation 4 plus smartphones and tablets
- Comfortably soft and breathable sports performance cloth ear cups are removable, washable and resist heat and sweat
- Lightweight design with swivel earpieces for a personalized fit that feels light and comfortable even during long gaming sessions
- Crystal clear chat and voice pick up with rotating, adjustable Unidirectional boom mic that also easily folds up and out of the way when you don't need it
This new helmet is in line with the G230: the concept and the design evolve substantially, but the basis remains the same. The G231 Prodigy is equipped with a circular hoop and circum-auricular atria, both covered with a mesh fabric cover (fabric sportswear) that is easily washable and very ventilated. The earcups can always be rotated flat (90 °) and the ear cushions are removable. The microphone seems to be similar to the previous model and offers an automatic mute function if it is folded upwards. The 3.5 mm 4-pin mini-jack cable with a size of 1.2 m is accompanied by a microphone cut-off control and a volume control.
- Good sound in the ears.
- A comfortable helmet.
- The look not too cheap.
- The supplied adapter.
- The sound of the microphone is mediocre.
- Plastics that squeak.
- And the cover, where is it?