The Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum is the successor the the extremely popular G930 headset by Logitech with remarkable upgrades and high-end wireless features. The headset is marketed towards gamers and offers a 7.1 Surround Sound listening experience.
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Pro Great software for customization and tweaking
The Logitech G933 Artemis features adjustable lighting, you can choose a RGB-color of your choosing in the software suite for the headset. You can also adjust the equalizer, surround settings, and you can allocate shortcuts and macro's to programmable buttons on the left ear cup of the headset.
Pro Exceptional wireless range and stability
The G933 Artemis is praised for its extremely long wireless range, up to 30 feet indoors and even 40 feet outdoors. Stability is also excellent: the wireless functionality doesn't distort the audio quality at all.
Pro Feels sturdy and comfortable
The headset is quite sturdy and has an aggressive exterior, but offers decent comfort for users. Build quality is also excellent. The grip on your ears is definitely present - but unlike some other heavier headsets, it's beneficial to the experience. The ear cups can also be removed and are washable.
Pro Offers clean, directional, crisp audio
The G933 Artemis is impressive in terms of sound quality, and the directional audio in particular. There are also multiple settings for the Virtual 7.1 Surround Sound, as the headset is compatible with Headphone X software and Dolby Digital.
Con Doesn't last long on a battery charge
The battery life of the G933 Artemis is average at best. In most cases, the headset will last around 12 hours. However, actual battery life may vary depending on the adjustable lightning, in some cases a full charge will only last 8 hours. The battery is removable.
Con Microphone performance is disappointing
The included microphone of the headset isn't terrible, but it's definitely a bit disappointing for a wireless headset in this price range. Voices have a hollow touch when recorded, which makes it seem a bit unnatural.