Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset

logitech g933 wireless gaming headset

About Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset

I’ve used the Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset for my game consoles for years – the Steel series H Wireless. That was until this past October when Logitech sent over their new G933 Artemis Spectrum. I’ve been using this thing hardcore with my Play station 4, to the extent that I only just recently realized that I never finished making a review on it! Let’s find out why.

I’m v, here to make tech easier and more fun today checking out the G933 wireless gaming headset from Logitech. This is a pretty slick little headset and shows the strong evolution from one of the first review unit products I ever received for the channel – the Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset. This thing has weird curves, blocky ear pads, and new RGB lighting, but the ancestry is still clear.

First and foremost, this is a flexible headset– well, not physically. Connectivity-wise, you can hook it up via the wireless USB receiver to PC or console. I’ve been using it quite heavily with thePS4, myself. You can also hook it up directly via Suborn via 3.5mm cable. It also supports multiple input sources, so you can live mix USB and analog inputs from mobile devices, computers, game controllers, and so on.

This Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset is pretty sweet. You can even hook it up to answer phone calls while gaming. Battery life runs very long. Logitech’s estimate is about 8 hours with LEDs on, and that sounds about in line with what I get. Unlike most wireless headsets, however, the Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset can be used with analog 3.5mm connection without using the batteries at all! This is impressive.

The Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset Artemis Spectrum has full RGB customization for the LED strips around the cans and the logo, as with their other “Spectrum “products or you can just turn them off. There’s also 3 programmable “G Keys “or macro keys, along with a mute button and volume dial on the back of the left ear side. These and the LEDs are thankfully customizable via their Logitech Gaming Software like most of their other devices.

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This is super handy. As much as I love Creative’s audio hardware, needing separate bulky software downloads for every single product has become a nightmare for me. Unified integration into Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset Software is a godsend for a reviewer. The faceplates for the cans or the “tags” are removable, revealing a storage location for the USB receiver, and the battery – which is accessible and replaceable.

It’s sad that this is a rare thing these days. You can also order custom “tags” for the headset, like in the old Astor A40 days. Neat for eSports teams and the like. I’ve noticed no significant audio latency over wireless, and I don’t hear any of the light electrical hiss or stat icky noise when powered on as I do with most wireless headset. Kudos. The Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset is fairly comfortable – plenty of padding for the sides of your head, thought the material the used to cover it does ruby beard uncomfortably at times.

I didn’t like the material used in the Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset back in the day, either. And it’s a heavy, solid-band style headsets for me, the weight on the top of my head can get uncomfortable at times. I’d kill to see a suspension band wireless headset someday. But Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset still fairly comfortable for its form factor. For my average gaming sessions, it does quite well. The microphone folds up into the left side, but it can be a huge pain to pull the mic back out and position it while you’re wearing the headset.

It’s a little too tight, and positioning is a little too limiting. Here’s what the mic sounds like. mic test I have no major complaints with the quality of the headphones, either. Sound channel separation is great in my movie and TV show testing, and they pack a serious punch for gaming. Voice chats come in clear and crisp, and directional audio is pretty solid for tactical games.

They do have virtual surround sound options via the software, but I really don’t like the echoey mess that turns into as I’ve said in numerous reviews by now. For music, they sound really nice too. Highs aren’t too harsh while still being present. There is a huge emphasis on bass and low-end, however. It’s got a lot of oomph to it.

The Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset is a gaming headset, after all, so they want all the explosions and dub step trailers to come through as impactful as possible. There is a customizable EQ in the Gaming Software settings if you really need to change it, however. I felt it was fine for my listening with my basic music player EQ, but definitely notes flat as I’d normally keep things. The sound does have a certain richness to it that I can appreciate, though.

These are designed like closed-back headphones– and I certainly can’t hear a lot of outside sounds while these are cranked up– but there is definitely sound leakage from the headset at high volumes. At lower volumes there isn’t much. My biggest complaint with this Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset is honestly with how quickly it goes into standby or power-saving mode.

I haven’t been able to properly time this, but it feels like the headset turns off with just like 5 minutes of no audio being played. When gaming or hooked up to my PS4, this is no problem. Even the menus play sounds. But when I’m using them for work – which prefer wireless headsets for, since they allow me to get up and walk around without ripping cables out – getting focused on writing and not instantly choosing a new video or song often results in extra time wasted trying to “wake up” the headset to get it to play sound again.

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I wish I could customize this setting in the software. Overall, this is a pretty slick little wireless headset. It’s my new favorite for wireless solutions for modern systems (the Steel series H Wireless still has the advantage for retro consoles due to its mixing station) and I will be using the Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset for years to come, most likely. I do prefer the swappable battery capabilities with the charging dock for the H Wireless, but this is a close second.

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