Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum RGB 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset Review
Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum Gaming Headset
Logitech requires little introduction and many of our readers should recognize their respectable presence in the gaming headset market which goes as far back to 2005 with the Precision PC Gaming Headset. What we’re looking at today is one in a pair of new flagship Logitech gaming headsets which boast RGB lighting on top of years of experience in audio products. The G633 Artemis Spectrum is the wired version of the new RGB headsets with the G933 being the wireless version.
Besides the new fancy RGB lights the G633 features Logitech’s own Pro-G audio drivers, three customizable macro G-Keys, a folding microphone, multi device support including gaming consoles and mobile devices, integrated volume control, and 7.1 virtual surround sound. Much of these features can be found in Logitech’s other high-end gaming headsets, the G35 and the G930, so it’s clear this could be their winning formula.
Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum Gaming Headset Features:
- Expansive cinematic gaming: Advanced Pro-G audio drivers
- Easy access controls: Audio controls and 3 customizable G-Keys
- Customizable lighting: Up to 16.8 million colors
- Foldaway, noise-cancelling mic
- Simultaneously game, answer calls, and more: Mix audio from two devices
- Works on PC with USB and mobile devices with analog cable
- Software equalizer and custom sound profiles
- Swappable backlit custom tags
Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum Gaming Headset Specifications:
- Driver: 40 mm
- Frequency response: 20Hz-20KHz
- Impedance: 32 Ohms
- Sensitivity: 107dB SPL/mW
- Microphone Pickup pattern: Cardioid (Unidirectional)
- Size: 4mm
- Frequency response: 100Hz-20KHz
The G633 can be found on Amazon for $149.99 which isn’t cheap. The wireless G933 is even more pricey at $199.99 which makes it the most expensive gaming headset from Logitech to date. A 2-year warranty at least guarantees decently long usage.
The G633 comes with a 4-pole 3.5mm analog cable, a USB-to-microUSB cable, and a safety notice. The quick start guide is actually printed on the inside of the box. It directs the user where to download the software and how to operate the two cable input modes. We’ve got an exciting review ahead so hang on.