G933 Artemis Spectrum: Logitech’s answer to the gaming audiophiles

If you are looking to buy a cool wireless gaming headset for Christmas, you might just want to wait a little longer.

Logitech announced today that the ​​​​Logitech® G​933 Artemis Spectrum™ ​Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound ​Gaming Headset will be available exclusively in Singapore for the Southeast Asia Region from end December!​

The Logitech G​933 is fully customizable, feature​s​ RGB lighting, swappable backlit speaker plates and programmable G-keys. When paired with Logitech Gaming Software you can customize audio settings and create personal sound profiles so you can listen to music, games and movies with preset audio preferences.

Source: Logitech
Source: Logitech

These are also the first headphones to offer both Dolby and DTS Headphone:X* surround options to gamers, supporting up to 7.1 channels of audio.

There’s multi-platform support, which makes the wireless headset compatible with your consoles, PCs, phones, home theater, TV etc. You can also use a unique USB mix adapter and two analog inputs or RXA to receive sound from up to three devices. Means that you can game all you want, and still not miss a phone call from your wife or shudders, your boss.

As with gaming gear, there’s tons of customisation through the RGB lighting. Lastly, the Logitech G933 features a crystal-clear noise-cancelling boom mic. An indicator LED lets you know when your microphone is on mute. When not in use, the mic can be folded back into the headset.

Product Specifications

  • Headphones
    ++ Driver: 40 mm
    ++ Frequency response: 20Hz­-20KHz
    ++ Impedance: 39 Ohms (Passive), 5k Ohms (Active)
    ++ Size: 190 mm x 180 mm x 94 mm
    ++ Weight :374 grams (13.19 oz)
    ++ Sensitivity: 107dB SPL/mW

  • Microphone
    ++ Size: 4 mm
    ++ Type: Condenser­-Cardioid
    ++ Frequency response: 100Hz­-20KHz

  • Warranty
    ++ 2 ­year limited hardware warranty

  • Price: $299.00

  • Available from: End December 2015

Kaer

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