The Logitech G933 Wireless gaming headset is the long-awaited successor to the G930 and is designed to switch seamlessly between gaming and home theater environments among PCs, smartphones and consoles.
The G933 has a 2.4GHz wireless rapid-burst USB adapter built into the ear port that links to your phone or analog audio source, and there are two additional analog inputs for a total of three potential device connections.
In terms of audio technology, the G933 incorporates two proprietary surround sound processes by way of DTSD Headphone:X and Dolby 7.1 for a reported increase in stereo imaging and a more realistic multichannel audio experience.
Like its predecessor, the G933 also features a noise-canceling microphone that isolates your voice from ambient noise, so you can ostensibly play a game next to the air conditioner in your living room without your team getting flooded with white noise.
The headset also lets you fully customize your headset to make it your, with adjustable RGB lighting that includes 16.8 million color gamuts and game macros using three separate programmable "G-keys."
Using the Logitech software, you can go even further by creating personal sound profiles, enable voice morphing to add treble, bass and pitch calibration, and more.
The Logitech G933 will be available globally in the early half of October 2015 for $200/AU$330. If you're on a budget, Logitech will also debut a step-down model at the same time, the $150/AU$280 wired G633 that features a single USB connection and one additional analog input.