Pros: - customizable lights
- very comfortable
- receiver stored in headset
- good amount of G-keys
- easy to find and use power switch
Cons: - microphone hard to find
- white light setting has blue tint
- volume wheel makes large changes in volume
Overall Review: I upgraded from the G930 to the G933, so take my cons with a grain of salt. Compared to the G930, the microphone is not easy to find and flip down to use. I find myself searching for it when trying to activate it while with the G930 it was easy to find. I may just need a little bit more time for my hand to get the muscle memory down. The volume wheel, again compared to the G930, leaves a little bit to be desired. Every "click" of the wheel makes a volume adjustment of 2 in either direction, but it seems like there is a pattern of 1 solid click followed by 2 softer clicks which makes it hard to make smaller adjustments. The G930's wheel made changes of 1 and in general it just seemed easier to adjust the volume. The LED's of the G933 are great, and my only complaint is for the white color (which is what I have all my peripherals set to right now) has a noticeable blue tint when compared to the other devices I use. Finally, I will say that the power switch on the G933 is much better than the G930. The G933 has simple toggle switch while the G930 had a push and hold button which sometimes wouldn't work right for me.
All in all I am very happy with the headset. If you already own the G930 and you don't want the lights or the extra G-keys, I would say don't upgrade.
Pros: -Great sound when used for music
-Foldaway mic is very nice and fits in the headset seamlessly
-Very comfortable when worn for extended time
-Feels to be of sturdy construction, doesn't have "cheap" feel or seem easy to break
-RBG lighting is always a plus
-Logitech gaming software is easy to use when changing colors, settings, etc..
Cons: The only reason i gave this headset 4 instead of 5 eggs is because of the 3 programmable G-keys on the headset. I feel these buttons will be of much more use on the wireless headset as media controls when you're not in front of the computer. The buttons aren't necessarily bad, i just find them awkward to use. Although the buttons are each unique shapes, i find it hard to differentiate the buttons without seeing them and end up pressing the wrong button more than I press the one intended. Also, the buttons require a hard press and give a very audible click inside the headset when pressed, which i find a tad annoying. Some people may like the hard click and distinguishable response from the buttons, but i would have liked to have seen a slightly softer button on the headset.
Overall Review: Overall, I am very happy with the G633's with solid construction, great sound, and the seamless fitting fold-able microphone. Although I don't see myself using the G-keys too much, I'm sure other people will like them and find a purpose for them. I would definitely recommend this headset to a friend.
Pros: This is the first Logitech headset I have bought that is excellent for both music and gaming. I've owned both the G35's and G930's and remember how horrible they were for music, these new Pro-G drivers have amazing clarity and crispness no matter the task. Also the interchangeable side plates and RGB lighting makes them easy to customize. I highly recommend this headset.
Cons: Have a plastic feel to them, try not to drop them to many times.
Pros: -Lightweight and comfortable, I can use it for many many hours without any discomfort. it's very breathable and will not make your ears sweat. hugs your head and ears snugly.
-The sound guilty is good overall.
-This is my first wireless headset, so I don't have a reference for how good the battery time is, but I can say that it never bothered me. you'll hear two beeps when the battery is low to tell you to plug the USB up.
- Easy to use between console and PC, just plug in the 3.5 mm dongle to your controller and you're good to go. Only as a stereo headset though, no surround sound but I knew that going in.
- The mike is good, it tucks a way nicely when you don't need it.
I would say it was reasonably priced for my budget.
Cons: it feels super cheap, mostly made from shiny looking plastic that creeks when you twist or move the speakers or when you put on the headset, I had the lowest model of the hyper x headphones t before buying this on and it pales in comparison to how premium the Hyper x felt.
The volume adjustment wheel isn't that accurate in doing it's job.
sometimes it just..dies, out of nowhere, plugging it to the charger sometimes wakes it up, and sometimes I have to go fined a hair pin to press the RESET button to wake the headset again, that is very annoying and my biggest grip with it.
Pros: I bought these the first day they were available, and I can say that I'm not disappointed. The sound quality is excellent, the mic is very well designed and the led colour selection is as easy as it gets.
Cons: The software comes with default feedback through mic, so if you like hearing yourself that's fine. This can be disabled in the software's mixer however under "sidetone". All in all not worth losing an egg.
Overall Review: I've only owned these for 1 month, as such it's a little early to give a true honest opinion. My initial experience has been pleasant, but I will update should this change.
Pros: Nice Build Quality
Fit Great / Comfortable
Great Sound Quality
Good Mic Quality
Dual USB / 3.5mm Support
Cons: Mic could be better
Kind of heavy
White setting is light blueish
Overall Review: This is the best headset I have owned. That said, the mic quality could be a bit better but it's not "bad" by any means. If you purchased these planning to set the lighting to white like I did (to match my G810 Mechanical Keyboard), you will be disappointed. The lighting will not go "WHITE", the white setting appears as a very light blue. I don't know if this is due to the LEDs or the plastic they shine through but white is not white. All of the other colors look great though. Also note that many people have said these don't fit well and tend to slide forward / backward. I don't have this issue and they fit me perfectly. If I whip my head around, they don't move.
It blows my mind that these support "16.8 million colors" and white is not one of them....
Pros: Love the fact that logitech did a great job with their software. Overall an amazing product and that sounds great overall and that very simple and easy to use and who doesn't like the fact that you can change your own colors on the headset.
Cons: headset is weighted weird. I can feel the weight of the headband on my head unlike my astros to where i felt more weight on my ears than anything but will get some getting used to. However that doesn't mean that i won't get used to it. Love the fact that you can switch on 7.1 and turn that off with a button and that logitech lets you program them however their software when programming is a little weird cause g1 and g2 are in tandem.
Other note haven't tested the mic but i won't because i don't need one i use a blue snowball
Overall Review: if your looking for a great headset overall NO questions asked i had a razer tiamat 7.1 and i had way more headaches with that one with this one. Plugged this one in and sounded great from the start. If you get a chance i would go to the store or know someone who has this test the weight first on your head cause it's a heavy headset but otherwise if you like the feel i give it a 10/10.
Pros: Headset sounds amazing, Feels like a worthy successor to the G35.
Mic works good, people can hear me good. Doesn't pick up that much background noise from the feedback I've received.
I do recommend checking this out!
Cons: Had to RMA it once, as there was something wrong with the Usb cable which was causing me issues, since I've got replacement, has worked great!
Overall Review: Took me awhile to find a position on my head to where I can move around and the headset not slide off. but now that I know it doesn't fall off when i look up/down.