Logitech G433 Wired Gaming Headset
- BRAND: Logitech G
- MODEL NAME: G433
- COLOR: Black
- FORM FACTOR: Over Ear
- CONNECTIVITY TECHNOLOGY: Wired
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 20Hz – 20KHz
- PRODUCT DIMENSIONS:68 x 1.69 x 4.88 inches
- ITEM WEIGHT:68 ounces
- BATTERIES: 1 Lithium Ion batteries required.
The quality audio experience of the Logitech G433 gaming headset is made for life both in and out of the game. Pro-G audio drivers, which have a patent pending, offer DTS Headphone: X 7.1 surround sound with ease. G433 is as wearing as your sneakers because to its vibrant color options and lightweight, stain-resistant fabric.
INCLUDED IN BOX
- Boom mic
- PC splitter
- USB Digital-to-analog converter (DAC)
- Console/PC cable with mute and volume controls (2m)
- Mobile cable with inline microphone (1.5m)
- Plug in boom mic
- Plug console/PC cable in to headset
- Using USB DAC:
- Plug console/PC cable into USB DAC
- Plug USB DAC into PC1
- Using console/PC cable:
- Plug console/PC cable into PC splitter
- Plug PC splitter into PC’s headphone and mic ports
(XBOX ONE™, PLAYSTATION®4)
- Plug in boom mic
- Plug console/PC cable into headset
- Plug another end into controller
- Remove boom mic
- Plug in mobile cable to headset
- Plug mobile cable into phone
You have to download Logitech’s software. Plug your mic in and turn side tone feature down.
PC cable is 6.5ft and mobile cable is 4.9ft.
Yes. The headset comes with two separate cords that are both 3.5mm on each end, so if one breaks you already have a replacement.
Idk what “sound is not you” means but I didn’t have to do any fiddling like that using the usb interface.
Yes. They are not the best for lots of phone conversation as you do hear yourself too much but they are so comfortable that you can wear them all day. They sound great.
Like any quality headset, they last as long as you take good care of them. I have had mine for about 2 years and use them daily with them being like new.
If you connect the headset with just the aux cable directly into the PC you will get sound but you won’t be able to speak to someone. To use both speech and sound (hearing) you need to connect the aux into the usb adapter. If you have an older PC that still has the separate aux connectors for sound and microphone there is a cable included for that to.
It’s difficult to understand what people are saying even if there is no sound playing but if there is sound playing it’s hardly discernable that people are talking. They don’t have any active noise cancelling but with the replacement earcups the passive noise cancelling is very good.
Yup! Logitech was quick and very helpful with getting a replacement headset. I received a whole new headset.
The cable that connects the headset to your device is about 7ft long. The included adapters add about 6in.
The same has happened to me. I applied for a replacement and revived a new headset in two weeks. Although the mic did not last for long I restored to using the additional mic that comes with the headset. It is very annoying but it is what it is.
The virtual 7.1 surround sound is supported through the USB sound card only when used on a computer. The Cloud II is officially supported with the PS4 using the 3.5mm audio jack plugged into the controller. … The virtual 7.1 surround sound is supported through the USB sound card only when used on a computer.
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It should have come with a microphone attachment in the box. If you didn’t receive one, I’d contact the company.
Yes, this does have mic monitoring it’s called side tone on the Logitech software and you can download the software from the Logitech website.
If you’re asking is it made by Logitech, yes. I had a problem with one of the headsets breaking and Logitech sent me a new pair no questions asked.