Logitech’s G933 is the most expensive headset currently offered by Logitech, and has the best performance scores from their new Artemis Spectrum line. It uses Pro-G audio drivers, which utilizes quality materials to give the user audiophile comparable performance. It features 7.1 surround sound, and produces extremely detailed sound quality. Compared to the G430, G35 and G230 it really stands out, and the differences are easily spotted when listening to any music type, or playing games.
The Logitech G933 is compatible with many different platforms. It works with PC, mobile, game consoles such as PS4 and Xbox One and even home theater systems.
Comfort of the Headset
When it comes to comfort, the G933 performs really well. It fits the head nicely, and is adjustable to different head sizes. The ear cups are over ear, and do not produce headaches for the user after long sessions gaming. The materials used are breathable, soft and as such will provide maximum comfort. A awesome feature is Logitech allows the ear cups to be detachable, allowing users to clean their headsets.
Technical Aspects of the Headset
This wireless headset is really something amazing when it comes to sound quality. The Pro-G drivers provide the most crystal clear audio through the headset. It can range from providing accurate high notes, to very deep bass. It provides 7.1 surround sound, with their Logitech Gaming Software. The headset can function on many different platforms, and uses 2.4GHz wireless, which provides battery life for over 12 hours for each charge. You can also choose to go wired, depending on your preference. The microphone is noise-cancelling and provides perfect quality communication.
Visuals of the Headset
The headset features customizable RBG Lighting which is not featured in other Logitech gaming headsets such as the G35 and G230. This allows you to choose from 16.8 million colors, and select which LED lighting you prefer to have on your headset. The headset is lightweight and is not too large in size. You can adjust the microphone to hide it back inside the headset, to improve the aesthetics of the headset, and to save it from breaking on an accidental drop!