Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum Gaming Headset Overview
The G633 Artemis Spectrum is what I would call a full gaming headset as it is quite large. If you are familiar with Logitech’s G series gaming headsets you know what I mean. The headset is all black with some faux metal accents on each side.
Let’s start with the cans or the earcups. These are very large earcups, which are made to fit over or around your ears. Logitech makes use of foam and breathable mesh on the earcups, which should provide good comfort. These can actually be removed for cleaning as well. Each earcup packs in 40 mm drivers, which are Logitech’s own Pro-G drivers which will deliver 7.1 Dolby or DTS Headphone:X Surround Sound. The earcups have a pivot point which allows them to lay flat or have them rest on your shoulders so if you are walking around an event or LAN party.
The headband offers adjustment on each side in 12 different levels which are labeled.
The headband has the Logitech G logo on it and on the underside it has a foam piece with more of that breathable mesh.
Moving back down to the earcups on the left earcup you are going to find all of your controls. Starting at the top you have a slider that switches between the USB input and 3.5mm input, three programmable G buttons, a mute microphone button, and a volume slider.
On the bottom of this earcup you have your input connections which are 3.5mm audio and microUSB.
This earcup also houses the microphone, which is sort of hard to spot if you are not looking. It slides down from the earcup, I actually like this because when you are not using it, it is out of the way and hidden. The microphone actually comes out more from the end than what is in the below photo and is adjustable. The noise canceling microphone has a cardioid (unidirectional) pick up pattern and frequency response of 100Hz-20KHz. The panels on each of the earcups can be removed for customization. They are only held into place by magnets.