Logitech G433 Wired Headset Review

The new Logitech G series headset is funky and fresh, but does it stand up or make an impact in this tough market of overwhelming headset options? The Logitech G433 7.1 Wired Headset is one of the options you can look at when you are in the market for a…

The Crit

Value for Money - 72%
Quality - 90%
Look/Feel - 89%
Extra's/Features - 85%

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User Rating: 3.45 ( 1 votes)

The new Logitech G series headset is funky and fresh, but does it stand up or make an impact in this tough market of overwhelming headset options?

The Logitech G433 7.1 Wired Headset is one of the options you can look at when you are in the market for a new headset although there are a lot of things to consider. At the bottom of this review you will find all the specifications that you need to make your decisions but if you are looking for a bit more then read on and watch my video.

When you first open the box, the headset will sit beautifully waiting for you to pick it up. The design is gorgeous with a sleek fabric finish. Next you will see all the cool connections/cable options you get and then the last thing that will peek through from the bottom of the box is the cool bag for the headset.

The G433 performs very well with gaming and has great sound, the virtual 7.1 surround sound also work great on the PC but I play a lot more console than PC so that is my domain. So, it is vitally important to note that the 7.1 surround sound only works through the USB dongle on a PC with the Logitech G software installed.

The video below will show you more detail on everything you get with the headset and also what it looks like.

I really like the Logitech G433 Wired Headset but do feel that it is a little steep in price. The 7.1 surround is amazing, but it is very sad that it only works for PC. If it was 7.1 on consoles as well it would’ve scored top marks from me.

Contents in the Box

  • G433 wired gaming headset
  • USB DAC with 3.5 mm, 4-pole output
  • Detachable microphone boom with micro pop filter
  • Mobile cable with inline controls and mic
  • Console/PC cable with inline controls
  • PC splitter for separate mic and headphone jacks
  • Additional microfiber ear pads
  • Headset carrying bag
  • Accessories case (Blue Camo only)
  • User documentation

Likes

  • Great look and feel
  • Love all the extras

Dislikes

  • Would be cool to have 7.1 on consoles
  • Price is a bit steep

Specification

2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

Windows® 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Mac®, Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, tablets and mobile*
3.5 mm audio port for console/mobile
Internet access for Logitech Gaming Software and 7.1 DTS Headphone:X software installation*

* Some Xbox One controllers may require Xbox One Stereo Headset Adapter, sold separately. G433 operates in stereo mode only via analog cable. 

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

Height: 6.77 in (172 mm)
Width: 3.22 in (81.7 mm)
Depth: 7.17 in (182 mm)
Weight: (w/o cable): 9.14 oz  (259 g)
USB DAC: 160 mm
PC Cable Length: 6.56 ft (2 m)
Mobile Cable Length: 4.92 ft (1.5 m)

Headphone:
Driver: 1.6 in (40 mm)
Frequency response: 20Hz-20KHz
Impedance: 32 Ohms
Sensitivity: 107dB@1KHz SPL 30mW/1cm
Cable length: 2m

Microphone:
Microphone Pickup Pattern: Cardioid (Unidirectional)
Type: Back Electret Condenser
Size: 4mm

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