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Logitech - G633 Artemis Spectrum 7.1 Channel Headset

( 4.0 Average / 15 Ratings )





G633 Artemis Spectrum

Part #



Black / Blue



Enclosure Type







32 Ω

Active Noise Cancelling


Sensitivity at 1 V RMS

107 dB

Frequency Response

20 Hz - 20 kHz



Superior sound performance with Pro-G audio drivers
Multi-Platform Compatibility
Adjustable RGB lighting and custom tags
Programmable G-Keys
Custom sound profiles
Multi-Source Audio Mixing
Foldaway, Noise-Cancelling Mic
Soft and breathable materials

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


PossiblyCthulu 26 points 33 months ago
from completed build Elysium

Only got this a few days ago, but I've been very surprised by it. I'm not a huge fan of mic'ing up in my online games, but I like the headset and the 7.1 simulation is great. Has definitely added something to my gaming irrespective of it being online or not.

sean.planche 13 points 30 months ago

Love these headphones. really simple to use and don't squeeze my head too much. great sounding quality. The only thing I would change is to get the wireless option so I can reduce the amount of cables around my pc and desk.

Eternal-1-1 9 points 30 months ago
from completed build Latest Personal Rig and Setup

Excellent sound, mic is decent and looks cool only problem it slips way to easily.

Machigo 6 points 26 months ago
from completed build Machigo's gaming center

This was a hard one to review, but I'll get some pros and cons here.

Pros: Solid stereo audio quality, produces great highs and lows. Microphone is extendable and it folds up muting itself in the process, fits quite well and is comfortable to use, offers both 3,5mm jack and USB options for variable uses, the RGB lightning looks good for people watching you play

Cons: Artificial 7.1 surround sound that is only usable with USB, plastic design that doesn't really feel that premium, the microphone quality should be better in this price range

frankybuilds 16 points 25 months ago
from completed build TITAN - V2

Good weight. Awesome controls. Great Mic. Looks amazing

RogerDoger53 12 points 23 months ago
from completed build Reaper II

These headphones are really quite comfortable, the sound is...okay. I am an extreme audiophile though, so to the average gamer these are sufficient enough. The audio enhancements built into the software cause conflicts with onboard audio, and must always be disabled, otherwise it will cause many games to crash at launch or during play. For the longest time I couldn't figure out why CS GO wouldn't run on my PC, this turned out to be the reason why. For $100USD, you can do better than these.

nate7227 1 point 18 months ago
from completed build Sleek, Dark & Sexy.

This headset does have good sound quality and microphone quality thus the 3 stars, but I am still very disappointed with this headset. It has only caused me problems since day one. The software doesn't recognize the headset ALL THE TIME. I have to reinstall the software to get it to recognize it and then a couple days will go by and boom its unrecognized again. Also every time I change my playback device, a windows message comes up saying the enhancements on this headset are causing problems. THERE IS NO ENHANCEMENTS ON THIS HEADSET, there is absolutely no way for me to stop that message from popping up and its about to drive me insane, or drive me to go for a steelseries headset instead. I would not reccomend this headset or any headset from Logitech as where I heard it isn't only this one that causes problems. Logitech, get your head in the game guys, your losing valuable customers.

obsideus 1 point 16 months ago

Sound quality is absolutely fantastic for a headset. Works well for when I wanna just sit back and watch a movie on my PC. However, the design of the microUSB female port is just atrocious. From day 1, if I move my head the sound cuts out. I've tested 2 other cables and still have the same problem. I toughed it out, and the problem seemed to get less after a few months (probably because I stopped moving my head as much). But now, any slight touching of the cord either disrupts the electrical connection to the PC - or sends a LOUD AS FRAK feedback through the drivers into my ears. Waiting on RMA now, and wish I took it back when I had the chance.

daUnitedpotato 19 points 8 months ago
from completed build Red Dragon V2

The 7.1 surround sound really good. Bass can be really low if you want it to be, and the highs are very easy to hear. I play Rainbow Six Siege with these, and I can hear the guys in the next two rooms over because of how great the sound is. They can feel a little tight after long, gaming sessions and are a little heavy, but if you take little breaks, that shouldn't be a worry.

tvamos 7 points 7 months ago
from completed build One year later

Nice all around, just plastic makes squeaking noises.