Hello there everybody! Today I will be reviewing the Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrums. In this post, I will cover everything from a Gamers/video editors point of view. In this review, we will be covering build quality, comfortability, the microphone that comes with the headsets, the wireless capability and range, battery life, the silly LEDs that it comes with, price point, the surround sound ability that it has as well as the customizability of the sound. Let’s get started!

Build Quality

First and foremost I’m going to talk about the headsets build quality. These are some of the best-made headsets that I’ve had for quite some time. By no means are they cheap! I’ve had these for a few weeks now, and I don’t foresee them breaking in silly ways like my previous headphones. Only time will tell, and if they do break for whatever reason, I will be sure to let you know. The plastic seems to be really high quality, and there are some metal portions of the headsets as well. All I can say is the overall feeling of the material that is made of seems to be much higher quality than counterparts.


The next thing we’re going to talk about is the overall comfortability of the headsets. Once again these are some of the better feeling headsets that I’ve had in quite some time. They allow enough of adjustments to fit in most people’s heads. If you have a giant head these headsets will probably not work out for you. I would say I’m just under the maximum limit of the size of heads for these headsets. The padding that surrounds the ears is very nice as well as the top pad that sits on top of your head. From what I’ve been told you can actually replace and wash that ear padding. Overall I can say the comfortability is a thumbs up for me.


The microphone that comes with the headsets is okay. Keep in mind this is the opinion of somebody that uses a Blue Yeti currently. By no means is this microphone meant to be put up against a Blue Yeti or anything higher level than that. However, for most people, this microphone will be more than sufficient. It does a pretty good job at removing any sort of background noise however it doesn’t have a very large dynamic range when it comes to capturing the full range of your voice. You sound a little bit like someone that’s on a radio. So if you want that kind of sound, then this will be the right microphone for you.

Wireless & Wireless Range

The next thing I want to talk about is the fact that you can get these headphones and a wireless configuration. I highly recommend this because I personally cannot stand having a bunch of wires chasing me around. The wireless range on these things is actually pretty impressive. I can go on the opposite side of my house and still have crisp quality sound coming through with no signal loss. However, if you close the door behind you and then procedure at your house, you will have issues receiving signal. Your mileage may vary.

Battery Life

The next thing for having a wireless pair of headphones is battery life. Just like with any electronic device the more battery life, the better. I will say if you are a heavy music user or just constantly have sound coming through your headphones the battery life will last you a few hours on a single charge. Now that’s under heavy use! For moderate use or used for only communications with the occasional gameplay and YouTube videos these headphones can last you a couple of days on a single charge. I am personally very impressed with the battery life of these headsets however if it was up to me I would replace the empty side panels of these headphones with bigger batteries. That’s really my only gripe when it comes to the battery situation though.


If you have not noticed already these headsets do you have LED lights in them. Personally, I think they are just another little gimmick to get people to buy these headsets. You can’t see them while you are wearing them, so there’s really no point. Plus if you have the lights on it’s going to drain your battery a lot faster. You can, of course, customize these lights to your liking but like I said I don’t think they’re worth even bothering with. I turned them off instantly.

Price point

Next thing on the list is the price point. They have a lot of features, and they are very comfortable. As of the moment of writing this article/review, I will recommend them every day. Just remember when it comes to buying technology you get what you pay for. If you buy cheap things, you’re going to have not a very good time. If you spend a little bit of money, you’ll be much happier.

Surround Sound

One of the last things I want to talk about is the surround sound. If you like the surround sound, you can enable it via the control panel that comes with the software. I actually like the surround sound. However, there’s almost nothing that actually supports it. What do I mean by that? Most games don’t support it, so they end up coming out sounding really weird. Same thing with YouTube videos and stuff like that. So unless you’re watching a movie, you probably should just leave the surround sound off.


Last but certainly not least is the customizability. Specifically the customizability of the sound. You can actually set up the sound profile the way you like it. I personally like it to have a little bit more bass than what it comes with at stock settings. So if you want to try out my bass lovers setting as I like to call it, you can do so by copying the image below.
Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum - A Gamer's Review
Well that’s it! I hope you enjoyed the review! If you did be sure to share it on your favorite social media platform. If you have these headsets or plan to get them let me know in the comments below.
Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum - A Gamer's Review