Today I am reviewing a completely wireless gaming headset; the Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum Gaming Headset.
I do need to mention that this headset was sent to me by Logitech Gaming for the sake of doing this review.
This is a gaming headset that is compatible with PC, Xbox One, and PS4, that has a programmable lighting, a retractable microphone, programmable buttons, and a storage compartment for the wireless dongle.
If you are interested in this headset, it will set you back $200 on Amazon
What's In the Box
- Gaming Headset
- Wireless USB Dongle
- USB Cable (3m)
- 3.5mm Cable (1.5m)
- RCA to 3.5mm Cable (1m)
- 3.5mm to 2.5mm Adapter
- Headphone Drivers: 40mm
- Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz
- Battery Life: 12 Hours without lighting / 8 Hours with lighting
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid (Uni-directional)
- Frequency Response: 100Hz - 20kHz
Performance / Features
The construction of this headset is mainly plastic, however, it feels extremely sturdy and very well put together. The ear cups rotate about 95-degrees which allows the headset to lay flat on your desk, or lay flat on your chest when they are hanging around your neck. The padding on the ear cups and headband is breathable, soft, and all around very comfortable.
On the front left ear cup you will find a retractable microphone, which is muted when it is retracted, and unmated when it is extended. On the back of the left ear cup you will find a volume wheel to adjust the headphones volume, a microphone mute button, 3 programmable buttons (which you will control using the logitech gaming software), and the power switch. On the outside of the left ear cup you will find a removable panel where you can store the wireless USB dongle to ensure you do not lose it while traveling. On the outside of the right ear cup you will find the battery for headset.
The headphones are the big selling point of this headset. In the flat mode they have a punchy and tight low end, and shimmering highs that do not sound shrill or fatiguing on the ears. You are also able to manually adjust the EQ (in the Logitech gaming software) to fit whatever sound signature you prefer. The 7.1 channel surround sounds great too, but keep in mind, I do not do much gaming so I cannot speak with any amount of authority in this arena.
The microphone does leave quite a bit to be desired as it just sounds like your standard gaming headset microphone. There was quite a bit of line noise when testing out the gain, which started at around 60-75%. However, the background noise rejection of this microphone is excellent. It picked up very minimal amounts of my keyboard while doing the typing test.
- Headphones sound excellent
- You can hear the mic in the headphones!!!
- Custom EQ capabilities
- Programmable lighting
- 8-12 Hours of battery life
- Great background noise rejection
- Microphone sounds like a typical gaming headset
- High line noise on the microphone
I would absolutely recommend this gaming headset if you are looking for a wireless headset that offers 7.1 channel surround sound. The headphones are the real selling point here; they sound excellent. They offer a great sound signature out of the box with great bass response that does not negatively impact the higher frequencies. On top of that, you can create your own EQ to fit what ever sound you prefer.
The microphone does not provide studio quality audio, but for gaming I think it will work well as it does a great job at rejecting background noise. However, if you are looking for a headset to podcast with, or do voice over work with, I do not think that this microphone will cut it.
If you have any additional questions about this microphone, leave them on the youtube video, and I will try to reply ASAP.