Logitech has announced two new gaming headsets from its Logitech G line of high performance gaming peripherals called the G933 and G633 Artemis Spectrum Gaming Headsets. Each are the first to offer gamers both Dolby and DTS Headphone:X surround sound options, and also support 7.1 surround like similarly priced cans from other manufacturers.

The two lines of headsets are also fully customizable with RGB lights, swappable backlit speaker plates, and programmable G-keys. If you have the G933 paired with Logitech Gaming Software you can even program your sound profiles and save them for safe keeping.

The G933 will offer a wireless solution for $199.99 and can be used with PCs, consoles, and mobile devices, as well as your home theater system, while the G633 ($149.99) offers a wired solution for the same platforms sans the home theater direct input. Both headsets offer connections for more than one device at a time too.

The G633 will be available this September, while the G933 will be available this October. You can check out product shots of the headsets after the break. For more information head over to the Logitech G website.

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