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Logitech G433 Review

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Logitech G433 Review

The Logitech G433 gaming headset is attractive in design and even comes in a variety of stylish colors, but the sound quality is just passable.

Sound Quality
  • Attractive design
  • Works well with PC, Console & Mobile
  • Great sound & mic quality
  • Comfortable
  • Lots of cables
  • Poor noise isolation
  • High Leakage

Logitech G433 vs G Pro

The Logitech G433 Gaming Headset proves that these are better headphones overall than the Logitech G Pro in the review. Although the G Pro has far better noise isolation, the G433 sounds far better than the G Pro, especially since you’ll use the Logitech Gaming Software to EQ their sound your way.

Although the G Pro has a more polished design, their build quality doesn’t necessarily feel any better than that of the G433, and that they aren’t easier.

Unfortunately, the G Pro isn’t compatible with the Logitech Gaming Software, since they are doing not have a USB connection. They’re similar headsets, but the Logitech G433 provides better value overall.

SpecsLogitech G433Logitech G Pro
Weight0.6 lbs0.6 lbs
Low-Frequency Response36.68 Hz10 Hz
App SupportLogitech G HubNA
Analog AudioYesYes
USB AudioAnalog to USB AdaptorNo

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Logitech G433 Features Review


The Logitech G433 is one of the best-looking gaming headsets currently on the market. With its mesh-fabric design; large, over-the-ear cups; and sleek, slim headband, it’s more sort of a high-end pair of music headphones than a gaming accessory. The G433 headset has a sort of colors as well: black, blue, red, and a camouflage pattern.

The headband is colored plastic matching the earcups, with hinges to rotate the earcups flat. The padding under the scarf may be a bit thin, covered by mesh fabric.

An equivalent fabric covers the earpads, which also feel a touch lightly; the installed earpads are often swapped out for pads covered during a suede-like material, included with the headset.

The earcups have a cloth-like exterior to match the grille cloth ahead of every 40mm driver. The proper earcup holds 3.5mm connections for both the audio cable and, therefore, the removable boom mic, a versatile rubber arm that clicks securely into place.

Both the PC and mobile cables have volume-control dials and mic-mute buttons, which are helpful. This setup isn’t as convenient as having a volume control right the ear cup, as most gaming headsets offer. But it’s still easy enough to use in-game unless you’re within the middle of a heated multiplayer match.

Logitech G433 design
Source – TheGearHunt

Gaming Performance

The Logitech G433 with a spread of PC, console, and mobile games and works pretty decent across the board reveals in the review. The soundscape isn’t exactly rushed, but it gets the work finished a spread of genres. Within Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, You will hear the clang of swords clearly and, therefore, the subtle nuances in Geralt’s conversations.

The G433 also offers DTS 7.1 surround sound, which helped call at multiplayer titles like Mass Effect: Andromeda. It’s easy to listen to where your opponents were situated and where your allies were found out to help out. While the G433’s sound is functional, it isn’t best-in-class. 

On both games and music, everything sounds a touch distant, and twiddling with the settings within the Logitech Gaming Software does only such a lot to enhance things.

The boom mic is sensitive and versatile, letting voice chat come through fairly clearly. It doesn’t get overly sibilant, but it picks up breathing and powerful exhalation when speaking easily. A pop filter would have greatly helped.

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Music Performance

The G433 handles the bass test track, The Knife’s “Silent Shout,” without a touch of distortion even at maximum volumes. The kick drum and synth bass have an appreciable amount of force, though they do not quite get subwoofer levels of ultra low-frequency rumble. 

The piano notes, on the opposite hand, lack the crisp treble edge to form them really ring out against the lower frequencies, and therefore the finger snaps within the opening lack the feel to allow them to sound like far more than vague percussion hits.

It doesn’t sound muddy in the least, but it is not as clean a sound as it should be. For music, the headset is outshone by less costly dedicated headphones just like the Coloud No. 16 and JBL E35, though you’d got to add a Mod Mic 5 to either of them to use them as a gaming headset.

Logitech G433 music performance
Source – Digitaltrends


The Logitech G433 gaming headset is compatible with the Logitech Gaming Software. There are all the standard features: creating sound profiles for individual games, controlling the mic’s sidetone, customizing surround-sound options, and toying with equalization settings.

The G433 offers you soundscapes for FPS, MOBA, Cinematic Gaming, and other options, but all of them sounded quite similar.

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Cover Case

The Logitech G433 carrying case is a soft, zip-up pouch that comfortably holds the headset with the earcups folded flat. It also has room for both cables and therefore, the extra earpads, but unless you employ some method to stay the cables neatly looped (we recommend hook-and-loop strips), you’re inviting an annoying tangle whenever you pull your headset out.

Logitech G433 cover case
Source – PcmagAsia

Logitech G433 Specs

Model NameG433
Release DateJuly 2017
Weight104 grams
Product Dimensions 6.81 x 4.29 x 12.4 cm
Battery1 Lithium-ion battery is required.
Colors  Black, Red, Blue, and Blue Camo 
Accessories IncludedG433 Wired Gaming Headset, USB DAC with 3.5mm, 4-Pole Output, Detachable Microphone Boom with Micro Pop Filter, Mobile Cable with Inline Controls and Mic, Console/PC Cable with Inline Controls, PC Splitter for Separate Mic and Headphone Jacks, Additional Microfiber Ear Pads, Headset Carrying Bag, User Manual 
WarrantyLogitech G433 has a 2-year warranty. 


The Logitech G433 is a very flexible wired gaming headset that comes with plenty of accessories as per my review. It’s a detachable mic, an aux cable, also as a USB/headset dongle for PCs, two sets of earpads, and a carrying case all add up to a good deal in price of around $120. Sound quality, while good, isn’t particularly great.

The G433 is an appealing package considering everything it comes with, except for wired gaming audio. Overall, Logitech features a real winner within the G433. It’s a really good value and provides tons of flexibility for gamers who want to be ready to take their headset over to the console.

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Hemant Kumar

Hemant Kumar

I'm Hemant Kumar and BPFY is my world. I have a keen interest in Technology and blogging mostly related to Hosting, Headphones & Speakers.

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