Most gaming headsets are just that: headsets. They’re big, over-ear headphones with boom mics that offer plenty of power and clear voice communication. Logitech offers an alternative to that design in the G333. The company frames the G333 as a $49.99 set of wired “gaming earphones,” part of the Logitech G gaming accessory brand. The earphones are inexpensive, come bundled with a USB-C adapter for phones that lack headphone jacks, and features a good-sounding mic. Unfortunately, the G333 sorely lacks bass power, and doesn't stand out from other similarly priced wired earphones.
Simple, Wired Earphones
The G333 looks like an ordinary set of wired earphones, available in black with blue eartips, white with lavender eartips, or purple with yellow eartips. The earpieces are simple, aluminum capsules with small Logitech G logos on the backs, and they connect to each other and your devices via a flat cable that terminates in a four-pole, 3.5mm plug. A three-button remote with a pinhole microphone sits a few inches down from the right earpiece.
|Physical Specifications||Earphones and cable weight: 19 grams|
|USB-C adapter weight: 6 grams|
|Earphones:||2 dynamic drivers: 5.8 mm + 9.2 mm|
|Frequency Response: 20 Hz ~ 20 KHz|
|Impedance: 24 Ohms ±20%|
|Sensitivity: 101.6±3 dB @ 1 kHz SPL|
|Microphone:||4 mm ECM mic, sensitivity: -42 dB|
|Requirements||3.5 mm aux port or USB-C port|
|Platform compatibility||PC, mobile, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo, etc.|
|Part Number||Black : 981-000925|
|Purple : 981-000937|
|White : 981-000931|
|Warranty Information||2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty|