This is the comparison between the Logitech G633 and the G935 headset. Both are from the same series of headset but there are some little bit differences. Decide that differences worth their prices and which one you want to buy.
|Logitech G633||Logitech G935|
|BUY NOW||BUY NOW|
|Extremely comfortable. |
Great sound for both music and games.
Works with PC, console and mobile.
|Great sound. |
Flawless wireless connectivity.
|Not easily portable.||Dated physical design.|
Unnecessary RGB lighting.
|MODEL||LOGITECH G633||LOGITECH G935|
|Series||Logitech Gaming Headset|
|Model||G633 Artemis Spectrum||G935|
|HEADPHONES||LOGITECH G633||LOGITECH G935|
|Headphones Form Factor||Full size||Full size|
|Sound Output Mode||Surround Sound||Surround Sound|
|Sensitivity||107 dB SPL/mW||93 dB|
|Impedance||39 Ohms (passive), 5k Ohms (active)||39 Ohms|
|Diaphragm||1.6 in||2 in|
|MICROPHONE||LOGITECH G633||LOGITECH G935|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT||LOGITECH G633||LOGITECH G935|
|Width||7.1 in||4.2 in|
|Depth||7.5 in||9.1 in|
|Height||3.7 in||7.8 in|
|Weight||13.19 oz||25.39 oz|
|FEATURES||LOGITECH G633||LOGITECH G935|
|Features||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.
Large 50mm Pro-G Drivers:
Enhanced woven hybrid mesh material produces deeper bass and our widest, smoothest sound ever.
Customize lighting from approx. 16.8 million colors, create lighting effects or synchronize lighting with in-game actions.
Advanced 2.4 GHz Wireless:
Delivers premium sound, complete freedom and up to 12 hours of gaming per charge.
DTS Headphone:X 2.0:
Detect enemies from all sides with 7.1 surround positional audio and a 3D soundscape * .
Large mic for amazingly clear voice comms plus fiip-to-mute convenience.
Programmable for fast in-game actions at your fingertips.
DTS Headphone:X 2.0 requires Logitech G HUB Software.
The design is as same as like the G933 headset. The RGB lighting is in the back of the ear cups. The comfort is also quite good. The sound of the headset is not very impressive but it’s good for gaming. The mic is also in the same status. There are many features like RGB lighting, Pro G keys, software system, multi compatibility etc,.
This promises to be one of the most versatile headsets out there. I mean that it’s able to function in every single gaming console plus still have the flexibility of adapting to anything that you throw at it. This also sounds impressive and the mic is also good for gaming and web chat and anything like that.
When the lighting isn’t on, it’s pretty basic. It is uninspired, so it’s just all black. It’s all plastic and I just think it’s a bit too boring, they could have made it a bit more flashy. However, the RGB lighting does spice it up quite well and that does make it look a lot better. The RGB lighting is very colorful, very bright, and I am quite impressed with it. However, I think the position of the RGB is little bit weird. I mean, if anyone is in front of you, they can’t see the RGB, actually it’s placed only on the back side. Overall looks wise with this is quite good.
There’s no premium materials on it. Considering the price, I would expect some premium materials but it’s just plastic. I mean, even the cloud 2 which are significantly cheaper than this one have better quality to them. Likewise, they have atleast some premium materials on them like leather for the ear cups and other things like that.
Overall, in general the headset looks very solid. It also feels very sturdy. One thing I do want to point out is the different finishes that the headset has which is something that might get overlooked, but it’s something we want to avoid as much fingerprints as we possibly can in our headset. They could give it a ugly look when wearing them out or also when you are going to different events. I like the fact that they went ahead and did a separation between the different finishes and they put the matted finish on places where you would technically grab the headset a lot and they placed a glossy finish in places that you don’t really grab the handset too much, so that avoids fingerprints.
One peculiar aspect of the headset is its design because if you guys are familiar with headsets, you’re pretty much more familiar with the fact that when you get a headset you’re used to the round cups on your ears. This one’s comes with a very interesting design as the ear cups are shaped in a V form as opposed to the round circle. Now, interestingly enough these actually fit pretty well on the ears.
Another great thing about the headset is that it has a very durable frame whether you drop the headset or you’re moving it quite often the headset is very durable.
It has lots of adjustment on the sides, it’s all numbered. So, you can always find where you like it. Also, there’s a lot of flexibility in these ear cups which is also quite good in terms of comfort. However, taking all that into consideration, the headband is way too stiff.
The material that they used on the ear cups and on the headband, it just feels a bit too rough for me. I just don’t like the feel of it and it’s just too stiff. It’s not very comfortable in that sense, it’s got quite a lot of clamping force as well. It’s a bit too much to be comfortable and another weird thing is I have some problem of the headset sitting on the head. At sometimes it slides from the head because it’s like the clamping is too much and it doesn’t have any like twist in it. So for the comfort I am little disappointed.
One thing I also liked about the frame is the fact that it comes with a nice cushion for when it rests on your head. This is very important because if you have long extend of gaming hours, the headset won’t feel too heavy on you and it won’t feel like a burden. Even though when you first pick up the headset, the headset does feel pretty heavy but when you actually wear the headset for a long period, you do not feel that weight on your head.
One thing I do like about the ear cups is that it comes with a lot of padding. So, when the headset rests on your ears it doesn’t feel too overwhelming and it feels quite comfortable. You do not feel like your ears are being pressured in and I do like that feel that it has of that nice comfortable padding. In addition to that, if you happen to wear glasses you are going to be able to wear the glasses, it doesn’t feel like your glasses are gonna be pressuring on your side of your head. They feel actually pretty comfortable.
Some of you might be wondering does a ear actually fit pretty well with the weird shape or design of the headset. But, it actually fits quite well and you feel like your ear is encapsulate in the actual headset which gives it a nice level of comfort. I tested this all the way to 12 hours of gaming to see, I didn’t feel that discomfort level with the headset over the ears. They do swivel, so you could rest them on your shoulders which is a nice addition.
These are RGB and 7.1 surround headset. Just like the G35 headset, this have all controls. This have a switch to switch between the USB or 3.5 millimeter jack because this is a multi-platform headset. Below that you have the equalization then you have the switch for a 7.1 and 2.1. You have a microphone switch and lighting switch and and then a volume control switch down the bottom. The other interesting thing is these side panels come off, so that’s cool.
Driver sizes coming with Logitech are 40 millimeter drivers crackle frequency response rate of 20 Hertz to 20 kilohertz and impedance of 39 ohms. It’s coming with a uni directional mic which is tucked away quite nicely, I really like it when they do this. The frames response of the microphone is a 100 hertz to 20 kilohertz. This has two connection types which mean they’re this multi-platform. So, the USB for when you want to be using it with a PC, also a 3.5 millimeter jack, so when you to be using it with something like a ps4 or an Xbox one.
On the left-hand side of the ear cup, most of our controls are gonna be featured right here. we’re gonna have the power button, a g1 g2 and g3 setting, these are all presets that you could definitely configure and then we also have a mic mute button. In addition to that, we also have a volume dial that’s gonna allow us to raise and lower the volume of the headset.
On the bottom portion, we also have the charging port and the 3.5 millimeter input which will allow us to connect to multiple devices. On the left ear cup, you’ll get the mic option where you able to pull it out or also able to hide it in case you are not using the microphone. The cool thing about the microphone is that not only are you able to bring it out but you’re also able to extend the mic in case you want to have my closer to your mouth or a little bit further away.
One thing that makes this headset stand out of the other one is the versatility that it has, it’s gonna give us multiple options to actually connect with multiple devices. If you own a PlayStation 4 or a switch, the headset will come with the dongle that’s encased within the left ear cup. You’re able to grab that and pull it out and plug it in either to your PlayStation 4 or your Nintendo switch if you’re on the Xbox one, mobile device or your tablet or just want to use it in a switch without a wireless connection, you’re able to use a 3.5 millimeter Jack to input it into whatever device you want.
I love the addition of the Logitech G hub which lets you do multiple stuff and lets you tweak the light settings. So, if you want to make sure that your RGB lighting matches your keyboard lighting or the game you’re playing, you’re able to tweak that around. It also gives you addition to tweak sound and give you different equalizer profiles for your liking.
In all the downsides of the headset, the mic is just looks good in this headset. The mic is built-in, so you pull it down. It’s just way too quiet, the quality just isn’t there. so I was really disappointed again, it just leaves you wanting so much more. The noise cancelling is also not working very good. The mic volume is very low and I don’t think from this level of sound your teammates can hear you. Also, the mic doesn’t reduce the background noise well.
Overall in generally, mic quality sounds really good. People are able to hear you when you speaking clearly without any static or any feedback. the only thing I would definitely like to see changed on the microphone is the fact that it does pick a lot of ambient noise. I would definitely like to see a noise cancellation feature to avoid the background noise being picked up.
Sound quality wise, I gave this a real good go and a whole bunch of different things, a bunch of different games, watching movies, and a bunch of different types of music. To me, the sound is really flat. It just doesn’t have much punch to it especially with the bass as well. Now, I did go in and play around with the equalization and all that and now I still just couldn’t get it to where I’d really like it to be. I don’t like the sound that much.
For gaming, it did okay and the 7.1 does work well. I don’t particularly like it too much mainly because it kills quite a bit of sound quality. However, for people playing computer games the 7.1 does work quite nicely but movies it was only okay again. You can adjust it a bit but it is still not ideal and in general I just thought the sound quality was okay. It wasn’t really really bad but it wasn’t good either.
I’m pleasantly surprised on how good these actually sound. It comes with DTS 7.1 surround sound. In addition to that, it gives us different various equalizer profiles that give us different ways of actually listening to either music or also games. The headset does produce really good bass. I’m not only when listening to music but also when playing video games, it has good mids and good lows. One thing I would definitely like to see maybe change or maybe give us a profile that would allow us to hear footsteps a little bit better because they do sound a little bit faint.
Quality wise, I didn’t think it was very good. I mean, it’s just lack of premium materials and feels a little bit on the flimsy side. It seemed like it was going to be pretty good. However, in practice it just doesn’t achieve any of it. In every single area it was a letdown compared to other things I’ve tested in the past and especially when you bring the price into it, there’s many headphones that are cheaper and that do a much better job. So, I really wouldn’t recommend this headset.
You’re able to plug this in to multiple devices but the price point on this headset is a bit high compared to the other Logitech headsets but this headset worth the price. So, if you have a little bit more budget, you can choose this one.