Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum - RGB 7.1 Dolby and DTS:HeadphoneX Surround Sound Gaming Headset
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- EXCEPTIONAL AUDIO PERFORMANCE: The G633 Artemis Spectrum™ produces crisp 7.1 Dolby and DTS headphone surround sound. The advanced Pro-G drivers and On-Board Equalizers allow customizable audio for serious gamers
- COMPATABLE ON MULTIPLE PLATFORMS: This gaming headphone is compatible with PCs, mobile devices, PS4s, the Xbox One, and more
- MULTIPLE SOURCE AUDIO MIXING: Plug in two devices (1 USB and a 3.5-millimeter connection) to answer calls and play music without interrupting your gaming session
- FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE: Utilize Logitech Gaming Software to choose from millions of lighting colors, set customized audio EQ, and program three G-keys with your favorite game macros
- FOLDAWAY NOISE-CANCELLING MIC: The flexible boom microphone includes an LED light to let you know when you're on mute settings. Fold it back when not in use for a superior audio experience
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From the manufacturer
- 7.1 Dolby and DTS Headphone: X Surround Sound*.
- Pro-G audio drivers
- Works with PS4, Xbox One, Windows, mobile and more.
- Adjustable RGB lighting from 16.8 million colors.
- Multi-device sound mixing.
- Three programmable G-Keys.
- Foldaway noise-cancelling mic.
- Easy-access on-headset audio and G-key controls.
Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum RGB 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset
Experience your games like never before.
G633 is a full-featured premium gaming headset worthy of serious audio fans. Whether you’re gaming on PS4, Xbox One or PC, 7.1 Dolby and DTS Headphone: X Surround Sound* and Pro-G audio drivers immerse you in an expansive cinematic gaming experience. Hear enemies sneaking around behind you, special ability cues, and adrenaline-pumping soundtracks the way they were meant to be heard. With customizable RGB lighting, sound profiles and G-key macros, G633 is all in and all you.
- * 7.1 Surround Sound requires Logitech Gaming Software.
Superior all-around audio for all your gaming devices
Get the audiophile performance gaming fans have been demanding. Advanced Pro-G drivers are made with hybrid mesh materials that deliver incredibly clear highs and deep, rich bass. Hear every detail in immersive surround sound — on a Windows PC, mobile devices, PS4 and Xbox One.
Customize your experience
Use Logitech Gaming Software to choose from millions of lighting colors, set your perfect audio EQ and program three G-Keys with your favorite game macros. You can even personalize the look of your headset with included swappable backlit tags.
Multi-source sound mixing
Now you don’t need to stop the game to take a call. With USB and 3.5-millimeter connections, it’s a snap to mix sound from two devices at the same time. So you can answer calls and play music without interrupting your game.
Foldaway noise-cancelling mic
Be heard loud and clear, even in a noisy space. The boom microphone has a LED light so you know when your mic is on mute. When you’re not using the mic, fold it back into the headset and out of the way. G633 also comes with a secondary cable and in-line mic for your mobile devices when you’re gaming on the go.
What you need:
- Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, PS4, or Xbox One*.
- USB port or 3.5 millimeter audio port**.
- 7.1 Dolby Surround Sound, lighting configuration, and G-key programming require software installation***.
* Xbox One requires Xbox One Stereo Headset Adapter sold separately. PS4 and Xbox One operate in unpowered stereo mode only via analog cable. ** Lighting requires powered USB connection. *** Some profile settings require USB connection and Logitech Gaming Software available for download at our official website.
What’s in the box
- 3.5 millimeter analog cable with audio controls.
- USB data cable
- Custom Tags (left/ right)
- User documentation
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|DTS Headphone: X Surround Sound||-||-||-||✓||✓|
|Noise cancelling boom mic||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Volume + mute controls||On-cable controls||On-cable controls||On-ear controls||On-ear controls||On-ear controls|
|Programmable G-keys (one-touch command of music, chat and more)||-||-||✓||✓||✓|
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The Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum is the perfect option for the multiple-platform gamer on the go. Engineered to be compatible with PCs, mobile devices, PS4s, and the Xbox One, these G633 gaming headphones deliver the expansive cinematic gaming experience you deserve. The Pro-G audio drivers deliver 7.1 Dolby and DTS Headphone: X Surround sound for an incredibly lifelike gaming experience. This gaming headset is designed for serious gamers who demand precision audio, allowing them to detect special ability clues, recognize sneak attacks from enemies, and enhance their gaming ability with adrenaline-pumping soundtracks and audio effects programmed into today's top games.
Furthermore, comfort is enhanced with the Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum gaming headphones. The advanced Pro-G drivers are made with hybrid mesh materials that deliver crystal clear highs and rich deep bass. You'll be immersed in surround sound and hear the audio details that inferior headphones often miss. You can also customize your options, including millions of RGB lighting options, sound profiles, and G-key macros, allowing you to program customized functions for your favorite games. This gaming headset also lets you mix sound from two devices at the same time, permitting you to chat with friends, answer calls, and listen to music all at once. The G633 also comes with a secondary cable and an in-line mic for your mobile devices when you’re gaming on the go.
The system requirements for the Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum gaming headset include Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, the PS4, or the Xbox One. An internet connection is also required for Logitech Gaming Software installation as well as a USB port, a 3.5mm audio port, or RCA audio output ports. The 7.1 surround sound, lighting configuration, and G-key programming require Logitech Gaming Software. In the box, you'll find the Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum Performance Gaming Headset, a 3.5mm analog cable w/ audio controls, a USB data cable, user documentation, and custom tags (left/right).
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I'm a longtime Logitech fan but I've tried out many other brands of headsets the last couple of years as well. I've had 2 pairs of G35s (Both broke at the ear joint in the same place) and one pair of G930s. Personally, I prefer the wired Logitech headset to the wireless ones, as the G35s I thought were generally built a tad more sturdy than the G930s.
The G933 feels remarkably tight and solid for how light it is; doesn't feel too flimsy like a pair of G930s or G4/230s. It's hard to describe how it feels when they grip your ears, I've never had another headset like this one - there's almost a horizontal pressure coming from the muffs allowing them to evenly clamp to your head. It's a strange sensation but it works and I like it. There is an incredible amount of swivel in the ears if that's what you're into, like G930s plus maybe 10% wider range. Not a critical feature, but you know, some people gotta have that swivel - Logitech's got you covered.
These are not leather(y) like G930s or G35s, at least, not in the same sense. I'm not actually sure what material this is. I also own a pair of Astro A40s and a pair of Sennheiser Game Ones, and even though those headsets are comfortable to wear, I'm not a huge fan of that fabric material they use - I've always thought a leathery feel to the muffs was a little nicer to wear for gaming and working but sometimes when it's hot the leather can make my ears a little sweaty too (I'm in AZ so it's hot often) - it's a trade-off. I don't know what Logitech did but they were able to perfectly blend the two - the muffs have the rigidity and sound sealing quality and feel of leather, but with the softness and give of fabric. It's truly the perfect middle ground and I have very much enjoyed them over the past 2 days that I've been heavily using them.
Sound is a big one for me - it keeps me moving from headset to headset trying to find that best all-in-one game/work/music/movie headset for every scenario. Truth be told, this it the best one yet. On top of the A40s, GameOnes, G35, and G930s, I've also owned a pair of Razer Kraken (1st gen) and Steelseries Siberia v2 headphones - so I feel it's safe to say that even though I'm a logitech fan, I've at least played the field and used a variety of products. That being said, This one far surpasses any of the headsets currently listed above.
Sennheisers are world renowned for their audio quality and comfort, something I love about them - however, very few of their products offer 5.1 or 7.1 surround options which makes them not ideal for gaming. Don't get me wrong, they are the best sounding and most comfortable headset that I own, but recommending them as a gaming solution feels a bit weak for their lack of surround capabilities. I've tried a few different software solutions but have yet to find one that really makes this an acceptable solution for competitive gaming. I play a decent bit of ranked CS:GO and having directional audio clarity is critical.
The Logitech G933 has by far, the best directional audio I've ever heard. It's tight, it's clean and focused, and it's highly customizable. The most surprising part for me was the addition of dts Headphone X software support in the Logitech Gaming Software as an alternative to Dolby Digital. Dolby Digital is still present and superior in many use scenarios, but the ability to switch to dts Headphone X at will and play around with it is really cool. Imagine the opposite of tight focused audio, to the extent where the audio almost feels external to the headset like you can feel the direction of the audio. It's really something you have to experience for yourself, it's almost impossible to describe. I have found for games like CS:GO, I stick with Dolby Digital, as that tight audio has a good directional sense, as well as good tight sounding audio, but the dts headphone x settings are good enough that I would say the user could probably leave this one up to preference whether you want to use it or not.
I've watched some Netflix, streamed music via Google Play, played some CS:GO, Arma 3, Rocket League, and Dragon Age Inquisition over the last 2 days to really see how this headset would perform over extended periods of time in a number of different cases. Headset sounds great when watching video, sounds really good for music, and handled each of the different games brilliantly.
- Video: Whether it's action or dialogue heavy, the dynamic range of this headset and it's 7.1 channel audio make it a great choice
- Music: At first, these might sound a tad more bass heavy depending on the music you are listen to, but the audio is really really tight, so the bass doesn't detract from the audio like it would with another headset (This is one complaint I had with the Kraken). There's so much customization in the control panel though that you can really make this sound however you want.
- Games: The 4 games I listed above encompass a few different popular genres, each with different needs. In a game like CSGO - you want responsive, sharp, and crisp directional audio so that in a split second you can head if an enemy is walking behind you or if they're reloading just around the corner. In ARMA, you need something that can handle audio on a massive scale. You are out in the wilderness, hear a shot ring out over a distant valley, and need to quickly identify the direction, the type of weapon that made the shot, and how many shots. You need clarity and the ability to pick up fine details - this headset does that perfectly. In a game like Dragon Age, you want something that sounds great with lots of dialogue that handles a dynamic range of sounds, not really any explosions or gunshots - this game has more cinematic qualities. For the same reasons above with movies, this headset performs great with dialogue heavy games
It's also nice that Logitech has given you the choice to do wireless or plug right into a sound-card with analog. I have an HT Omega eClaro sound card in my PC so I always like it when a headset plays nice with my audio card. (I'm looking at you, Razer Kraken)
This is often an overlooked aspect of gaming headsets which is really a shame because I can't tell you how many games of CS:GO are killed because of teammates with crappy microphones. Logitech and Sennheiser typically stand head and shoulders above most in this area. Most online games that I play require teamwork and communication and this headset will handle all of your voip needs without breaking a sweat. Just to put this headset through a variety of tests, I played with people using Skype, Mumble, Teamspeak, Ventrilo, CS:GO in-game, and ARMA3 in-game and the mic worked fantastic. For individuals who mostly play single player games or aren't much into gaming, the mic might not be as important to you, but as someone who has found many headsets at this price-point lacking in this area, it's great to see a headset that really nails it.
At this point, I'm confident enough to make the claim that this is the best gaming headset I've ever used. There are better mics out there, there is better audio in other studio grade headphones, there are others that might be more comfortable, but there is no single headset I've found that crushes every category as great as this headset. They are comfortable, highly customizable, sound incredible in a variety of usage scenarios, have a great mic, and they aren't flimsy. The control buttons on the back are easy to use and easily accessible (though I did like the volume location on the G35 and G930 better) and the color customization settings are a nice feature too (orange goes great with my black/orange keyboard,PC,chair color scheme). As an all-in-one solution, the G933 can't be beat
I highly recommend this headset! Two thumbs way way up! 5-stars
And before anyone asks, yes I do actually own the headset - the 11/26/2015 release is only for certain online vendors. I picked this one up on Friday at a physical retailer. There is a pic attached as proof.
Aesthetically, they're great. The G933 has to be the sleekest headset I've ever had. The microphone is hard to even find; it looks like it was part of the cup. There's a sidepanel for holding the USB dongle affixed by two magnets, making it really easy to take off and providing a valuable function if you're traveling with these. Underneath is clear plastic for some soundboard eye candy.
The pic of the earcups shows what is, for me, a crucial difference. The deathknell of the G930 was never its battery -- that's replaceable. It was the nagahide earcups (not replaceable) which degrade and tear off, ruining the sound seal and necessitating that nightmare tape operation I have on the right cup. The G933s have cloth earcups, precluding that problem as well as being more comfortable (and, FYI, they're *extremely* comfortable).
The pic of the sides shows the G933 really "shine". Those strips can strobe colors so FAST! Very beautiful <del>and an unnecessary battery drain which about cuts operation time IN HALF</del>. Unfortunately, here's my biggest gripe and my only con so far: they actually don't have more buttons than the G930s, as is apparent. In fact, they have one LESS button: the surround toggle switch. By default, the center of the three G# buttons is set to surround toggle, but I like using those as media keys with the center one as Play/Pause. After that, I have no way to conveniently toggle surround like I did before; the G930s had a dedicated slider. The reason this is so important is probably only apparent to people who share my unhealthy familiarity with the G930s. Occasionally, in some media players or games, you have "omitted" sound channels -- you'd hear everything but the dialogue in a movie, for example. Like all of the G930s' issues, this has an obscure solution that's just become second nature to me: toggle the surround switch. It's muscle memory at this point. I toggle it once when I start playing a movie with complex sound or a game. I won't be able to do this with the G933s unless I sacrifice a media key. I hope that I won't have to -- that these don't have the same surround problem, but I think that's unlikely.
I had two more issues with this headset: mic crackling (fixed by toggling the "Automatic microphone noise removal" box in Logitech Gaming Software) and its refusal to heed its device manifest XML file like the G930s would, which I used to disable the automatic shut off.
I'm thrilled to report that, as of Logitech Gaming Software 8.82.151 (which included a firmware update for the headset), the mic crackling disappeared regardless of the noise removal option's state and an option has been added in the LGS GUI itself to set or disable automatic shut off. Kudos to Logitech. I only wish LGS had bugged me to update; I simply put up with those problems with an outdated version for who knows how long before hearing that it was worth to update! I'm updating my review to 5 stars.