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Logitech G433 - Black

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Pickup Pattern:

Cardioid, Uni-directional

Description

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Pro Players

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Logitech G433 - Black Specifications

General

Brand Logitech

Design

Weight (g) 259
Color Black

Headphone

Driver (mm) 40
Sensitivity 107 dB@1KHz SPL 30 mW/1cm
Impedance 32 Ohms

Microphone

Type Type: Back Electret Condenser
Pick-Up Pattern Cardioid, Uni-directional

Dimensions

Length (mm) 172 mm
Width (mm) 81.7
Height (mm) 182

Features

Other Features Extra earpads; Size: 4 mm

Connection

Connectivity Wired
Cable Length (m) PC Cable Length: 2 m
Mobile Cable Length Mobile Cable Length: 1.5 m
USB DAC Length USB DAC: 160 mm

Others

Requirements USB port for PCs or 3.5 mm audio port for console/mobile, Windows 7 or later, MacOS 10.10 or later, Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, tablets and mobile, (Optional) Internet access for Logitech G HUB and 7.1 DTS Headphone:X software installation3Virtual 7.1 Surround only on PC and requires use of USB DAC. Stereo on consoles, smartphones and tablets using 3.5 mm analog output. Some console controllers require an adapter for audio cable input., PC, PC VR ? 7.1 Surround4Virtual 7.1 Surround only on PC and requires use of USB wireless. Stereo on consoles, smartphones and tablets using 3.5 mm analog output. Some console controllers require an adapter for audio cable input. , via USB Stereo via 3.5 mm, PS4 ?Stereo via 3.5 mm, Xbox� One ?Stereo via 3.5 mm
Warranty 2 - Year Warranty

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Andrew is a lifetime gamer and a former amateur esports player. He has worked as the manager for teams such as the New York Excelsior and the Los Angeles Gladiators. Andrew has been mentioned in ESPN, Inven, The Ringer and other esports magazines and journals. andrew@gearrate.com