Wired game earphones from Logitech G333 have been announced this week worldwide. Two different drivers in each ear-box are crammed to provide a “strong audio experience with a rich sound painting.” They are supposed to be compatible with PC, mobile, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo, and other platforms with an in-line microphone and integrated audio controls.
The Logitech G333 can be purchased from Logitech’s online store in the United States for $49.99 (roughly Rs. 3,600). Wired earphones in India for Rs. 4,995 are listed but are now no longer available to buy. In Black, Violet, and White options the earphones were unveiled.
The G333 Logitech earphones have double dynamic controls in each of the ear-boxes (5.8 mm and 9.2 mm). One driver is bass, and the other is middle and high. This helps to provide a better sound scenery, “revealing all the details about games and clearly dividing voice chat.” The earphones have a solid aluminum housing and are tangle-free flat wires for reliability as far as design is concerned.
As stated, wired G333 earphones from Logitech compatible with PCs, Xbox, PlayStation and consoles, mobile devices, and tablets from Nintendo switches. The earphones feature an AUX connector of 3.5mm and are equipped with a USB Type C adapter without a standard headphone jack. A high-quality Electret Condenser Microphone (ECM) and integrated audio controls are provided via an in-line remote system. Three sizes of soft silicone earrings, together with a soft bag, are included on the earphone.
The wired in-ear monitors Logitech G333 have three different color combinations, namely silver/purple, black/purple/yellow for a cost of $50. and aims to lure gaming enthusiasts from the snugly fit system with a more comfortable gaming experience. While it may be considered counter-productive to move wired in-ear devices to the Wireless Alternative, the business may well decide deliberatively to determine the importance of wired applications, even in the face of the wireless trend of recent years.
The G33 looks very similar to Oculus 2 headphones from Logitech since 2020, but there are a few changes, including a powerful microphone and the general quality of the audio the company insists on is in line with the G333 predecessors. This cheap ear monitor is expected to provide players across all gaming platforms with a better gaming experience.
The G33 sells for $50, and it is anticipated that its affordability and relative quality will be infected by gaming amateurs. Logitech and a number of retailers have already placed the G333 wired in-ear monitor available online.