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Logitech G series headphones – for extreme gaming and music


Logitech has released a G433, 7.1 surround sound gaming headset with DTS “positional audio” and a G233 stereo headset, both with Discord certified, detachable mics.

G is Logitech’s Gaming brand. G433 comes in black, red and blue and the G233 in black – each with the distinctive G logo and over the ear, lightweight, colour matched Sports-Mesh, hydrophobic, earpads crafted for long gaming sessions, that surround the ear and provide enough force to stay firmly in place and comfortably breathable. The G433 is an update of the G430 and the G233 of the G230.

Ujesh Desai, vice-president and general manager of Logitech G, said, “If you’re like me and game a lot, having an awesome gaming headset is critical. If you love music then having a great pair of headphones is also important.

“Now you can have one headset that delivers the best of both worlds. You can move seamlessly from your PC to your console, and because of the beautiful design, Pro-G audio drivers, and removable boom mic, you can step outside and wear them on the go and have a headset that fits your lifestyle.”

High-Quality Audio

Both headsets feature advanced Pro-G drivers made with hybrid mesh materials that provide high-quality audio. The drivers deliver clear highs and lows with minimal distortion. Logitech G optimised the sound quality for analogue reproduction and digital USB output, so the sound profile is accurate on any source.

Extremely clear communication and multi-platform support

Both headsets feature a removable, high-quality boom microphone with a micro pop filter for crystal-clear voice chat and communications. They both work with PCs, consoles (including Xbox One, PlayStation4, and Nintendo Switch) and mobile devices. Both are officially Discord certified – guaranteeing the highest levels of audio and voice clarity.

G433, 7.1

The G433 uses DTS Headphone:X 7.1 for the latest in high fidelity surround sound. This accurately replicates 7.1 speaker placement and audio positioning, so you can hear in-game environmental effects and positional audio that game designers intend you to hear, such as how far away enemies are and which direction they are coming from. You can also tune the volume levels for each of the seven audio channels.


Both have a DAC for USB or 3.5mm connection and provide 20Hz-20kHz frequency response. Weight is 259g.

Logitech G433

Pricing and Availability

The Logitech G433 costs $169.95 and the Logitech G233 $129.95. Both are available at selected retailers.


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