Logitech g433 gaming headset – Review
Hey guys, v is here. So, I’ve decided that I wanted to go back to reviewing products again. In this blog I wanna thank Logitech for sending me the Logitech g433 gaming headset which I will, review, and try out for CS: GO. I’m gonna do two parts for this video, and I’ll most likely do more review videos in the future, but anyway let’s start with the unboxing. First you get this with plastic around it, just cut it, rip it open and you’ll get to the main box.
It’s very easy to open, and here’s the inside. The first thing you’re greeted with is the headset itself. The look is certainly different from most other headsets, the cans are covered in fabric, the headband is steel-reinforced plastic, and they feel light, which is very important for longer gaming sessions. Inside the cups you can almost see the smaller speakers which are responsible for the surround sound effect. If we continue with the box now, and go further down we get the cables, a pair of replacement cups, a quick manual and a light carrying bag in Logitech g433 gaming headset.
The unboxing Logitech g433 gaming headset part was straight-forward, and these were all the accessories inside. This is the microphone that you plug-in yourself, the PC splitter in-case you don’t want to use the USB converter, which looks like this, and lastly you have the phone cable in-case you just want to use the headset outside or for your phone, and the regular cable, with the microphone mute key and the volume adjuster. I really like how none of the cables or even the microphone is permanently connected to the headset,
So if you want, you can change anything, like if any of the cables are damaged you can simply replace them. Plugging things to the headset like the microphones very easy to do. The main cable used for your PC is not the longest cable I’ve seen on a headset but it’s definitely not too short and that’s a big plus. You can decide to connect the main cable to the PC splitter or the USB converter. I prefer the USB converter; you get all the built-in features, and it usually shows upon Windows as a separate device. So, how do they feel? I think they’re comfortable,
and for the couple hours that I’ve worn them I have no problems with them. So, when I first plugged them in to try the sound, Windows was very fast to recognize them, and in the audio settings of Windows, my headset was set to default automatically for both playback and recording devices. No manual configuration was needed, everything worked immediately. Now to the sound quality, from what I can hear, the Logitech g433 gaming headset’s handle lower frequencies with a more rounded fattening sound, it sort of amplifies the bass while giving it a bit of a punch, and however this is a CSGO channel.
So, how do they perform in CS: GO? I tried them on a retake server and the first thing I noticed is shooting sounds crisp together with that punchy bass and it’s quite satisfying. It took me a couple rounds to get used to hearing footsteps and pinpointing enemies. I might be able to tweak the sound a bit with the Logitech g433 gaming headset software, but I’ll save that for the next blog. This is the microphone of the headset; you can decide for yourself if you think it sounds good or not.
I think the microphone did a good job for canceling out most of the background noise. Thanks again Logitech for sending me Logitech g433 gaming headset, also you can get the headset in different colors – not just black, but also red and blue.