This is the comparison between the Logitech G432 and the G633 headset. Both are from the same G line series. Logitech G633 has many features than the G432 as this is newer model than the G432. Check out which will best for you by considering the price and the features.
|Logitech G432||Logitech G633|
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|Good sound. |
|Extremely comfortable. |
Great sound for both music and games.
Works with PC, console and mobile.
|Dated design. |
Loose ear cups.
Need USB connection for best audio.
|Not easily portable.|
|MODEL||LOGITECH G432||LOGITECH G633|
|Model||G432||G633 Artemis Spectrum|
|HEADPHONES||LOGITECH G432||LOGITECH G633|
|Headphones Form Factor||Full size||Full size|
|Sound Output Mode||Surround Sound||Surround Sound|
|Sensitivity||107dB +/- 3dB||107dB S.P.L/mW|
|Impedance||39 ohm||39 ohms (passive), 5k ohms (active)|
|Diaphragm||2 in||1.6 in|
|MICROPHONE||LOGITECH G432||LOGITECH G633|
|Response Bandwidth||100 Hz – 20 KHz||100 Hz – 20 KHz|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT||LOGITECH G432||LOGITECH G633|
|Width||4.2 in||7.1 in|
|Depth||9.1 in||7.5 in|
|Height||7.8 in||3.7 in|
|Weight||19.93 oz||13.19 oz|
|FEATURES||LOGITECH G432||LOGITECH G633|
|Features||Detect enemies from all sides with 7.1 surround positional audio and a 3D soundscape.|
Lightweight with leatherette swivel ear pads for supreme comfort during long gaming sessions.
Large mic for clear voice comms plus flip-to-mute and volume control for added convenience.
Connects to PC via a 3.5mm input or USB DAC. Connects to mobile, and game consoles, including Playstation 4 and Xbox One via a 3.5mm input.
|Superior sound performance with Pro-G audio drivers.|
Adjustable RGB lighting and custom tags.
Custom sound profiles.
Multi-Source Audio Mixing.
Foldaway, Noise-Cancelling Mic.
Soft and breathable materials.
7.1 Dolby Surround Sound, lighting configuration, and G-key programming require Logitech Gaming Software to be enabled.
Expert Reviews of Logitech G432:
At the end of the day, the Logitech G Gaming Headset is a decent headset for gamers on the budgets and is an honest product in terms of audio quality and design. Add in a Logitech inspired gaming design and overall, the Logitech G Gaming Headset ticked…
The Logitech G432 Gaming Headset owes a lot to its predecessor, the G430, especially in the looks department. Because of that they feel a little dated. They make up for it in their sound quality though, at least through USB where they rival headsets twice their price. Some of that quality is compromised when the USB soundcard is removed, but they still provide an enjoyable experience on consoles.
The Logitech G432 is a capable wired gaming headset that includes a 7.1-channel USB sound card for use with a PC, but its design and performance lag behind the…
By Tom’s Guide
Four years later, the G432 is a much better product than its predecessor, featuring much-improved audio drivers and a few smart tweaks in design. But a lot of the same drawbacks are present, including a cheap feel and an imperfect fit.Overall, though, I…
The most important aspect about the Logitech G432 is the sound, and for the price, it really can’t be beat in terms of sound quality and options. This headset contains all the technology of a $160 headset for half the price. Fantastic theater-like quality that includes the option for 7.1 Surround Sound and DTS Headphone:X 2.0 is a steal for the price.
Expert Reviews of Logitech G633:
By PC gamer
This top-tier gaming headset has everything we’d want from something in its price range except street-friendly…
Previously, Logitech G was nice enough to send in their G410 Atlas Spectrum Keyboard for review. Today, we will be taking a look at G633 Artemis Spectrum Gaming headset. Logitech has long been known as a top-tier peripheral manufacturer across the world…
By Tom’s Guide
The Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum is the real deal, combining excellent audio for both games and music with a comfortable design, intuitive software and a bevy of extra features that make it ideal for PCs, consoles and mobile devices.
First let’s talk about the sound. This headset is definitely geared towards gaming for sure. It sounds best when gaming and that is to be expected. The Dolby Surround Sound and the DTS HeadphoneX are really a treat if you are using to the typical analog…
When Logitech decided to use two 40mm drivers with the G633 Artemis Spectrum that was enough to reduce its bass footprint considerably and so much like most similar gaming headsets in the market today if you like plenty of bass this is not the right…
This headset has simple design with a good comfort. The sound is also impressive also with the use of its software. Only the mic is not that much good.
This has lot features than the G432. This headset is designed full of black color with RGB lights, functional buttons on the back of the ear cup. It looks good and also feels comfortable. The sound of the mic and the headset both are good enough.
The build construction of this headset for this price range, maybe it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it’s not the best build construction and quality. It’s not nearly as nice as a Razer set and definitely not as nice as a Corsair or Steel Series headset. It’s very kind of inexpensive plastic construction on the ear cups.
So, on overall design you don’t get any inline controls on the rubber inline cable, you do have the control on the back of cup and flip to mute mic. So, having a hardware mute function is also very nice.
The other unfortunate thing with this is the same design that has been in this headset line. These are the exact same style of headset that has been since like the Xbox 360 days. When you see a Corsair or a steel series those designs are relatively progressive. Steel series or Corsair is always coming out with headsets that improve on the overall aesthetic and design, they may not be to your particular taste but they’re always progressing, same thing with steel series of their Arctis lines.
This has RGB lights on the back, you’ll always be able to find them in the dark and it’s mostly matte plastic which means it won’t show fingerprints except on the headband which is glossy. There is some metal framing for extra strength inside the band and the ear cups are fabric designed for breathing. Personally, my ears didn’t overheat or become irritated at all and they can be removed if you want to wash them.
The jack cable is smooth and braided but the USB cable is fairly tight rubber. It’s a bit awkward but it is very long, I think it’s about three meters and they weigh about 350 grams.
The headband is not nearly as comfortable as a Corsair or Steel Series headset. There’s not a lot the headband cushion inside. Also not as comfortable as still Steel Series kind of size fits everyone. Ear cups are not horrible but they’re just again not nearly as nice as some of those other higher-end headsets but again for this price range it’s pretty good.
Comfort wise, while the ear cups are comfortable but after an hour they did make my head hurt a bit. So, I don’t think I could use these too long just yet. They might weaken over time but the clamping force from the band does get a bit much. Strangely, despite the extra clamp if you tilt your head down they will fall off, they don’t have much staying power.
The ear cups rotate about 90 degrees. So, you can rush them on your shoulders if you want. Overall, pretty good comfort wise. I just hope the band weakens over time.
It has 50 millimeter audio drivers inside the cups, a flip to mute microphone which is very handy for gamers and streamers and has its inline audio control on the back of the left Cup. So, no controls in line in the cable but they are on the back of the cup for some decent convenience. It also compatible with the DTS 2.0 surround sound. The cable also is just a standard rubber cable. It’s not a nylon cable does it feel as nice as some other headsets.
The buttons is a little difficult for me to sometimes feel where these controls are. This is a bit nicer on a steel series and on the Corsair sometimes they’re kind of small buttons and it’s difficult for me to feel exactly where they are. I’m kind of disappointed that doesn’t have some other features but as far as physical control surfaces that some other headphones do offer but in terms of power indicator lights or anything like that. You also don’t get any RGB lighting with this one, also the lights and all is just for the show.
You will get splitter cable which is for streamers, very handy. You do also get a line that takes the single-ended four pole three-and-a-half millimeter connector at the end of the headset and splits it out into discreet headphone input and microphone output jacks. You do get DAC or digital audio controller that comes with the G432 you just plug that into the end and then you get a USB capable which is basically a sound card that you could plug into a PC. The other thing I like about the headset is you can use this DAC for any headset. So, you can keep this DAC even if you don’t have the headset or if the headset breaks one day, the DAC is fully functional by itself. This is a pretty nice decent add-on value for this price range of headset.
It has RGB lights, 7.1 surround sound, uni directional microphone, volume controller add some extra buttons. It comes with two cables one USB for PC the other 3.5 millimeter jack. So, you can use these with your mobile phone. The extra features are only available for USB though. Apparently, they work with ps4 and Xbox as well.
In the software, the buttons can be reassigned to cycle the color effect or turn surround sound on or off. Also, you can set your own with the options of audio commands, Ventrilo, media, keystroke, multi key, text block, Mouse function, shortcut, function. For lighting, you can synchronize your other Logitech devices or you could set it to breathing mode, color cycle or solid color and you can set the brightness and speed.
In the volume control, there’s including the microphone side tone. Side tone is listening to your microphone, so you can hear yourself speaking. So, if you’re hearing something when you’re not playing anything it’s probably the side tone. They also give you an advanced equalizer and the surround sound mixer. I tested this by turning the front left down completely and I lost most of the sound in the left ear and when I turned the others down nothing changed. At first, I thought it was Windows Media Player not being able to handle it because in the windows configuration test it works but when amp is meant to support it no other program seems to. So, this may be a case of fake 7.1 but I’m not entirely sure. Either way, it sounds good in that mode and that’s a lot of options for a headset. So, Logitech are keeping up with good software as usual.
We can say that the mic is on average. The sound quality of the mic is good for this price range. You can use the mic for web chat, gaming and also for communication with teammates. Like these all, you can use this mic for any casual use.
The quality is decent but a bit tinny, focusing more on the high range as I can here very few lows. It does seem to be some filtering though. This look at the waveform recorded from condenser microphone.
When you record the mic, it sounds like it has some filtering happening. For quality recordings obviously you want as raw as possible. For talking to friends during games, these are some great features. They won’t hear absolutely everything going on around you and even if you shout, they shouldn’t hurt. The problem as usual is that with the mic being so close to your mouth, there will be some breathing and other sounds.
Physically, you can mute it with a button on the back or just fold it back into its hiding place which keeping it completely out of the way when not in use. When you are using it you can also extend the mic. Overall for the headset mic, it’s a good performance with some nice filters and it’s not overdoing it either. So, your friend should be able to hear you clearly in-game.
Atleast after using the USB the headset gives better sound for PC games. The bass or treble is well balanced. Also the soundscape feels very close rather than distant. For gaming it works good with the USB. You can clearly hear the gunshots and any hard sounds.
For music, the performance of sound of the headset is just impressive. For this price range, the sound is good also in music.
The sound isn’t as tight and they’re geared more toward entertainment than studio use. I actually really like just leaving these in 7.1 surround mode for music games and movies, they sound great if that’s what you like. Decent bass response although nothing on the well side just a pleasant level. Highs are easily distinguished along with the mid-range.
According to the Box, the frequency response is 20 Hertz to 20 kilohertz and the impedance is 32 ohms. The max volume is so loud that I couldn’t actually turn it up that far. In short, it made for entertainment and they definitely entertain but their accuracy is quite good for a headset too. I tried to do some tests and I could hear footsteps well.
This has an outstanding level of bleed control. There were pretty much as loud as I’d ever want and still barely made a sound while add them on. If you have music playing or games going, you can barely hear the outside world as well.
The buttons are angled but it’s going to be difficult to quickly distinguish which one for which function but slowly you can just let go from the top where there’s a switch. So that gives you a reference point for the two below it and for the other two, you do the same but with the volume well as a reference point. Also, if you want to pay the extra you can also get the wireless.
The build quality and the mic feels little bit cheap. But, the sound and comfort is pretty good. For the price range, everything in this is worth the price. By considering the price everything is pretty good except the mic. But, you can use the mic for casual use.
I’ve really enjoyed using these, definitely the best headset I’ve ever tried over the years. I’d be happy to use these for gaming by music production, watching movies and listening to music and even talking to friends in games. So obviously don’t get these if you’re a serious producer but for entertainment, they’re great.