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The Logitech G433: The best of two worlds

  • Logitech, the Swiss Giant has unveiled its G433, a headset for the DTS Headphone X (7.1) compatible video game that is also intended for nomad use. This new headset is unique as it stands out for its hybrid positioning. this new headset is, however, seems to be destined for the video gaming enthusiasts, as well as a nomadic use when one connects it to a smartphone for example.

    Logitech G433 7.1 Wired Gaming Headset with DTS Headphone: X 7.1 Surround Logitech G433

    For gaming, the headset takes advantage of a new design. According to Logitech, it is equipped with a hydrophobic mesh and anti-stain fabric , as well as a soft but resistant plastic. In addition to the two original bags, also made of cloth, this one is made of microfiber, which in the end gives us a very light headset: barely 259g without cable.
    Moreover, two mini-jack cables are supplied with the G433. The first, dedicated to video games, controls the detachable microphone with a cardioid directivity of the headset, also equipped with an anti-pop filter. While the second carries a microphone, and a remote control, as a hands-free kit in the case you want to use it on the go. The company also delivers a USB DAC for DTS Headphone X 7.1 compatibility, as well as a Y splitter.

    The DTS reserved for the PC

    If the headset is compatible with PCs, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices, only the PC, unfortunately, takes advantage of the DTS Headphone X. Since there is apparently no App dedicated to this new device for smartphones yet, we can conclude that it is only available for PCs, for now.

    On the sound side, Logitech's 40mm Pro-G transducers, already present on the G533, in particular, comes with a frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz, with a sensitivity of 107 dB and an impedance of 32 Ohms.

    The Logitech G433 is already available in 3 colors: black, blue and red, which are heading for the European market. Blue camouflage, is currently reserved for the American market.


    Courtesy Technodite.com