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Ich habe mir folgende Headsets zum Vergleichen bestellt: G433 <- habe ich schlussendlich behalten G432 <- akutisch das schlechteste in diesem Vergleich G Pro <- gleichwertig wie 433 G633 <- sehr dicht anliegend, was sie SEHR geräuschunterdrückend macht, aber auch nach 2 Stunden die Ohren schmerzen lies
I sold this headset shortly after purchasing as it just was not up to scratch. Really poor build quality. Poor sound. Mid range was good so footsteps etc heard easily but I'm not buying a pair of headphones to have poor low and high ends at this price. I purchased a low end set of turtle beach a couple years back which sounded better than these a lot better. I ended up going for the Logitech G Pro X. Which are 10 X better for slightly higher price.
I like the sound quality of these headphones...until you install Logitech's G Hub software. G Hub forces an equalizer / driver, even when closed, which is just too bassy for my liking and no matter how much I tweaked it, I couldn't get it to what I wanted. The rest of my setup is corsair, so I could get by with G Hub uninstalled. However, I found I didn't like closed / sound cancelling headphones for hearing things while talking on the microphone, and changed to a pair of Corsair Void headphones.
I still, however, use the Logitech just for listening to music, and the ability to swap between USB and 3.5mm jack connection is a plus.
I like the sound quality, particularly when the headset is combined with the software that allows a true surround sound experience. What I didn't like was that after only 4 months a part of the head band that connects the right hand earcup to the headband snapped. Upon looking at it, it seems that the way the headphones were designed means that this small piece of plastic is what keeps them snugly fit to your head and is probably prone to breaking early into the headphones usable lifespan. I'm contacting logitech as this I see this as a warranty issue due to poor manufacturing quality.
You can throw a dart at a list of headphones around this price and they're much the same. These aren't really the exception other than they used to be circa £70 and are from Logitech, so I'm expecting these to be nearer the top of the pile... ...which they are.
The sound quality is clear, with pretty good levels for the price but nothing special. The same goes for the mic. A nice touch is that the microphone is on a swing arm that can tuck up out of the way Buffalo Bill style if you need to. Doing this also mutes the mic. The volume control is actually pretty responsive with none of the crackling you can get on other low-end models.
They're comfy enough and look pretty good, although, like most 'gaming' headsets, are quite chunky to seal you off from the outside world. You get a decent length of cable going to the 3.5mm jack which is soft and flexible so less irritating than others i've used.
So on the whole, it's above-average. Gaming is okay, meetings are okay, and the price is okay.
This is quite expensive for what it really is. I like the 7.1 sound but its no big use in gaming as most games are stereo. The bass is good, however i expected them to be louder. They hurt your ears if you wear them long and they hold too tight on your head. The microphone is good but the cheap plastic they are made of not so good, i had a different model that had the same plastic and it cracked on my desk. Its wire is long but its so small it can easily cut.
Overall its worth it when its on discount.
**Now after a few months of using the microphone quality has gone very bad (it picks up all noise even from downstairs lol and yes its not a setting its the mic itself), it has gone quieter, Im surprised it didnt break until now like my last set (different model tho).
They do a lot of things well. The noise isolation is very nice and the surround sound is up to par. I appreciate the quality of music playback given these aren't headphones designed for an optimal music-listening experience. The mic is clear and sharp according to people I have played with.
The directional audio is horrible. I could not tell where footsteps or gunshots were coming from. I have used the Sades SA-903 for four years before this and will be returning to them.
The headset works fine normally. Turning on surround sound on G-hub makes everything sound very trebbly. You're better off keeping that off.
The things that I have discovered: (DAC is the USB dongle that you get with the headset.)
I don't know if it's something to do with my particular device but disconnecting the DAC and using the audio splitter to connect the headset to your PC makes it considerably louder AND you can use Dolby Atmos on windows in this setup.
But you loose the recording quality from the microphone that you get when using the DAC.
So, depending upon your use case you can switch between the 2 but it's a lot of hassle in my opinion.
Really disappointed with the sound of the mic output. It literally sounds like I have the mic in my mouth, when it's no where near it. I think I will be returning due to that because it's the only fault to the headset, other than that the quality is great and it really does cancel out all sound.