This is the comparison between the Logitech G533 and the G633 gaming headsets. Both are from the same series of gaming headset. Both are wireless and there are many thing which are same in both the headsets but there’s also some differences. Check out which one is better for you as per the price and features.
Excellent wireless features.
Great sound for both music and games.
Works with PC, console and mobile.
|No audio jacks.
Limited music options.
|Not easily portable.
|Logitech Gaming Headset
|G633 Artemis Spectrum
|Headphones Form Factor
|Sound Output Mode
|7.1 channel surround
|107 dB SPL/mW
|107 dB SPL/mW
|39 Ohms (passive), 5k Ohms (active)
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
|Advanced Audio Performance – Pro-G Audio Drivers and DTS Headphone: X 7.1 Surround Sound Audio.
Positional Audio – DTS Headphone:X 7.1 Surround Sound.
Pro Grade Wireless – Lossless Digital Audio.
High Performance Design – Don’t strain your neck.
15 Hour Battery Life – Advanced Power Management.
Noise-Cancelling Microphone – Loud and Clear.
Micro Pop Filter – Big performance. Micro Design.
Fine-Tune Controls – Custom Sound Profiles.
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 G533:
Closed-back earcups are a bit of a science to get right. These wobbly, circa-30-degree twisters should, at least in theory, clamp down on a head of any shape. But we found an element of looseness, even after properly adjusting the decent ratcheted…
By PC World
Logitech’s G533 doesn’t have quite the same breadth of options as the G933, but a more restrained design and a bargain price make this a strong contender for best wireless headset.
There’s not much to complain about with the G533, as they are exceptional by practically every measure. They are comfy, offer superb audio for games and music, and the retractable microphone is simply brilliant. I just wish I could use them with my phone and my console like the Arctis 7 or Revolver S, then they’d be perfect.
By PC Mag
The Logitech G533 is a comfortable wireless gaming headset with few connection options and perhaps too much…
By Trusted Reviews
The Logitech G533 wireless is a decent headset, but doesn’t stand out in a competitive market.
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 model is placed a step below the G933 series in terms of the price. This headset design is little bit different from the G633 and the G933 because this doesn’t have any RGB lighting or any bulky weight. Also, this is comfortable enough and the sound is also good.
The G633 Artemis spectrum and the wide sibling to the G933 also named Artemis spectrum in Logitech’s new flagship gaming headphone line. They truly feel like they’re built from the ground up with gamers in mind. The sound is also like as expected.
This model is placed a step below the G 933 series in terms of the price. Logitech went in a different direction when it comes to aesthetics of the G533 model. The headset now supports this clean looking design approach without any over-the-top details being simply minimalistic, well-rounded, and uniformed. Although, it visually gives it that extra something but the glossy finish on the side of the ear cups is easily smudged and filled with scratch marks.
The build quality is pretty decent. For the most part, we have this very tough plastic construction with smooth finish.
In typical Logitech style, the G633 is a light and nearly completely made from plastic but the plastic certainly have a high-quality feel. The headband has a flexible plastic cap that crowns the Logitech Gaming G, there’s a soft and light sports mesh covered foam panel the rest against your head. The headphone arms extend and retract with just the right amount of extension. Even a numbering system imprinted on the aluminium arm, so you can dial them in every time and the strip that runs down the center of this arm is even made from a soft pliable rubber and features the arrows that you can find elsewhere on the headset.
The ear cups is made entirely from plastic but it gives a high quality charcoal metallic look. Both sides are printed with the G633 model number and it’s shaped in lines one of the best aspects of the design. These cradles allow for plenty of pitch and rotation, so they should suit all kinds of weird shaped heads. The speaker case on the headphones is made from a smooth feeling plastic and there’s an awesome RGB strip between small black steps to give me a kind of futuristic reptile feel.
While, for the headbands extracting mechanism and Logitech use the matte black metal construction which can be precisely adjusted by small increments and which in the end makes the headset more rigid. The ear cups are also very adjustable, they can tilt or a swivel in any direction. While, overall the headset is really comfortable on the long run which is due to the soft headband and ear cup cushioning. Surprisingly, it isn’t that heavy for a wireless headset.
The actual ear cups themselves of something I loved on the previous Logitech G430 and they’re a big part of the reason I use them day-to-day. Again, Logitech delivered on the G633 held by a leather feeling wrap. The ear cups are both big enough to fit which to me is something absolutely essential and they’re extremely comfortable. I like that Logitech uses such light and soft foam covered by the sports mesh for these ear cups. To me, they strike the balance between making you feel like you’re in your own world enough but not completely isolating you.
In the features, most noticeable one being the support for the DTS headphone X 7.1 virtual surround sound. While opening the box on the top you will find your wireless USB dongle for the headphones, you’ll get your micro-USB charging cable.
On the left ear cup, you will also find your controls, power on switch, dedicated G button which is set by default to be a mute microphone switch and a metal but very soft scroll volume wheel. Since this is a wireless headset, you of course have a battery in it and in this case it’s an integrated one which is charging via the long rubberized micro USB cable connected right below that volume wheel. The reason it’s so long is because you can use the headset while charging it, one thing though in that scenario it still connects through the wireless dongle and not the USB cable connection itself.
On the other hand, the 2.4 gigahertz wireless USB receiver brings in 10 to 15 meters of working distance coupled with improved lossless digital audio transmission technology. I like that it can last up to claimed 15 hours on a single charge which was in my experience basically on spot. The only bad thing about it is that it only supports PC connectivity.
Included the box, there’s a three and a half mm cable and a micro USB cable. At the base of the left earpiece, you can connect both of these cables simultaneously and you can switch between inputs with the flick of a switch at the top of the left earpiece. The micro USB cable is long and truly intended for PC use as represented on the switch. Although, it also allows for ps4 connectivity.
Using this cable with your PC allows you to use the three programmable G keys as well as the scrolling volume wheel found on the back of the earpiece. I don’t really use the programmable macro keys at all. If you like to use different sound profiles for instance then you could switch between these on the fly using the 3G keys. I also like that Logitech has made all three of these G keys completely different shapes, so you can feel which one you’re pressing without taking off the headset and looking.
We found the volume wheel and found myself quickly using that to adjust the volume on the go often, if something that makes sense about adjusting the volume on your headset rather than your keyboard or in Windows. There’s a dedicated microphone mute button amongst these rear keys too.
The G633 is also feature a removable speaker caps which Logitech will of course make customized cuts for their eSports gaming teams. These held on with a small plastic arm and two small magnets and they pop off nice and easily but also not too easily.
The 3.5mm cable is wrapped in braided fabric and is suited for use with your foam but can also be used with an Xbox one. The PC games would like to settle in for a long session, you can connect your phone by the three and a half mil jack and your PC via the USB cable and then simply hit the switch at the back of the headset to switch inputs when a phone call comes in. The 3.5 mm cable is a bit shorter than USB cable and also features an inline microphone, the remote that allows you to play-pause media, adjust volume, toggle between the microphones and mute the inline mic. Even the cable is cool, the remote case styling is in line with the rest of the headset and the features of Logitech game in.
The Logitech Gaming software looks cool is easy to use and I’ve always found to be reliable. The first time I installed it prompted me to perform a firmware update on the G633 which simply involved clicking next and unplugging and re-plugging the headset and even that went smoothly.
Within the software, you configure the programmable G keys with profiles for all of your different games. You can completely control the RGB lighting colors, patterns, lighting zones, and configure a sleep timer and sound wise you can also select and adjust different equalizer presets as well as create your own. The 7.1 surround sound levels can all be tweaked too and even customized for each profile.
I really love how they’ve done their microphone design for this model. It blends in perfectly with the rest of the headset, especially when you pull it back and when it’s snuggled in this indent. The bottom part of it can be extended and adjusted as you wish as it’s completely flexible. On the tip end of the microphone, Logitech put a micro pop filter alongside of an active noise canceling technology which uses additional microphones throughout the headset to cancel out the background noises.
It seems like it’s doing a pretty good job to me in terms of not picking up that pop sounds. But, the recording quality is on the average side at best, I heard a lot of static noise in the background while the sound is very mushy and hollow.
At the front of the left ear pieces, the foldaway noise cancelling mic. The tip of the mic features a little LED indicator to let you know when the mic is on mute which is a cool little feature and the boom is also extendable. The recording quality through the mic is as it expect but I think the noise canceling feature is extra cool especially for your teammates. The noise cancelling mic works quite well.
In terms of the audio quality, I was really surprised with Logitech built-in pro G 40 millimeter drivers. They have a warm sound profile, plenty of range for a gaming headset and very decent bass punch. The only thing in which they fall behind is in the overall loudness, it’s not that high at least not as loud as I would like them to be. All in all, this seems to be a very versatile headset. It can easily pick up important in-game sounds but on the other end of the spectrum, you can use it for recreational media consumption.
Of course, with this model to get full software support and control through the Logitech Gaming software suit where you will be able to set up your different profiles, reprogram that G button to something else or a macro function, check out your battery level and its remaining life with a very precise reading, customize your equalizer levels, overall sound profile or choose from different presets and enable the DTS headphone X 7.1 virtual surround sound and set it up to your own liking.
Personally, I don’t prefer the surround sound but not because of the feature itself that’s really good, it will give you that surround sound feel no doubt about it but the sound profile change that comes with it is just too whole and echo it for me. Before all, it feels very unnatural and without any warmth to it which is the main reason why I in general don’t prefer virtual surround sound.
The G633 feature of Dolby 7.1 surround sound set off using Logitech Pro G audio drivers that sound great to me. The mids and highs are clear and the bass is punchy enough to enjoy music, although gaming is really what this speakers are designed to do well. The surround sound works great in game. You can get a clear directional perception of the sounds coming in you’re in-game. To make the most of the 7.1 surround sound though, you do need to have the Logitech Gaming software installed.
Pretty much my only criticism of the G430 was that the volume was a little weak. I could barely hear anything with the volume on max. This seems to have been addressed with the G633 as I never really went about 50% volume and they were plenty loud.
By considering the price, the design, comfort and the sound is perfect and good enough. This headset is something same as like the G933 and the G633 but without any premium features like RGB lighting and many other features. If you want a Logitech wireless headset for a mid range price without any premium features this will be a good choice.
The G633s aren’t cheap, they don’t feel or function cheap either. If you want a premium headset with lots of features and a good quality microphone then the G633 is won’t disappoint. The sound and comfort and all the other things are good enough for the price.