Logitech G633 Gaming Headset + Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 Streaming Bundle
Logitech G633 Gaming Headset + Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 Streaming Bundle
Logitech G633 Gaming Headset + Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 Streaming Bundle
Logitech G633 Gaming Headset + Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 Streaming Bundle

Logitech G633 Gaming Headset + Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 Streaming Bundle

  • Customer reviews(9868)
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  • Headset: Expansive cinematic gaming: 7.1 Dolby surround sound, Advanced Pro-G drivers and onboard equalizer for serious audio fans
  • Headset: Multi-platform compatibility: One headset for all your devices-Windows 7 or higher PC, mobile and game consoles including PS4 and Xbox One
  • Headset: Customizable lighting: Adjustable RGB lighting choices from up to 16.8 million colors
  • Webcam: Full HD 1080p video calls on Skype with sharpest video-call picture; HD 720p video calls on favorite IM services like Yahoo! Messenger and Gmail Voice
  • Webcam: HD video calls only on Windows-based PCs or on any HDTV with HDMI connection from a PC laptop. Not compatible with Mac
  • Webcam: hardware encoding for faster, smoother HD experiences. OS support - Windows 10 or Windows 8, Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit), Windows Vista, or Chrome OS



Customer reviews(9868)

  • Empire Gym
  • March 21, 2016
  • Evilzombie
  • January 22, 2017
  • Dustin Patterson
  • December 2, 2014
  • This Camera is what i expected and whats even better was i got it on sale for $50. I was gonna buy it for the normal price aanyways but the fact that it was on sale when i bought it is even better. I use it for making videos for my public presentations class and also for streaming on TWitch.tv.... It has excellent quality and i like the wide view it gives. If you are not into the wide angle cameras then this may not be for you but im sure there is some way you could adjust it. Im not sure though on that.

    Pros: Not too much cost wise compared to most cameras.
    Wide View and Clear View
    Looks nice on top of my monitor.
    It is also able to be put on a stand.

    Cons: Nothing really that i have any problems with.

    BUY IT!!!!

    I included a picture of my ugly mug just to show you what a picture on this camera looks like. Also this is low lighting and it looks like i have quite a bit of lights on which is nice!(Excuse the messiness)
  • S. James
  • January 1, 2018
  • First, I think it's pretty shady that Logitech somehow managed to bury the C922 reviews within the C920 reviews. These are very different cameras that should be reviewed separately. I assume that Logitech has done this intentionally to take advantage of the stellar 920 reviews while also hiding the glaring issues that the 922 has. This is an unscrupulous sales tactic.

    My review of the C922x PRO STREAM:

    The GOOD: The video quality is a minor upgrade over the excellent C920. The low light performance is better and it has an overall sharper picture. It truly has fantastic image quality. It advertises two huge upgradesare the ability to record 60FPS (only in 720p) and it has "Background replacement technology" (more on both below)

    The BAD:
    -In most of my test recordings, the 60FPS 720p videos look considerably worse than the 30FPS 1080p. It seems possible to get decent 60FPS results with perfect lighting and optimal conditions, so your mileage may vary. I am not a video professional but I'm experienced enough in this field to determine that this camera is not worth the upgrade if 60FPS is your only reason to buy it. The 1080p quality is stellar though, even at 30FPS.
    -The microphone is just as bad as the c920. It is utterly unusable. Any $10 USB microphone is light-years ahead of this microphone's recording quality. I would expect this level of performance in a $20 budget webcam, but not something at this price. Seriously, unless you literally have no other options, do not use the built-in mic.
    -The "Background Replacement Technology" is kind of a gimmick. In the right conditions (again, with near-perfect lighting) it might do a good enough job for some people. It doesn't look as accurate as a real green screen but it might suffice if you get your lighting just right. The main issue I have with it is that it has nothing to do with the camera.It's all done in software. You have to download and install a rather large 3rd party application called ChromaCam by Personify. I can only assume that Logitech has some sort of kick-back deal with Personify to use their "technology" but I feel like I've been swindled by Logitech seeing how this software could potentially be used with numerous other cameras if it wasn't locked down by the company. They pretended that this was some sort of revolutionary hardware tech that only Logitech could provide. I really dislike having unnecessary software installed from an unknown company. Most irritating of all, YOU HAVE TO SUPPLY YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS AND LOGIN TO PERSONIFY TO USE THE BACKGROUND REMOVAL FEATURE. I'm not kidding. Totally unacceptable. Shame on you Logitech.

    The REALLY BAD:
    -Logitech does not offer software for this device. That's right, the Logitech Webcam Software that millions of people have used for years with every other Logitech webcam (including the c920) does not work with this camera, nor do they offer an alternative. They simply give you drivers and then you are on your own to find a 3rd party application to actually use the camera. Its absurd. I cannot image what possible reason they have to not provide a simple application so you can use the device that you just paid them for. Especially considering how much they're touting the Background Technology. So not I have TWO third-party apps installed to use this camera. WTF?

    One more thing:
    You cannot easily connect 2 of these cameras on the same PC without lots of constant tweaking. OBS, xSplit, and other applications with see both cameras but adjusting the settings requires you to unplug them one-by-one and change settings as you plug them back in. I find myself doing this quite a bit as my lighting conditions and subjects are rarely the same. This had no bearing on my rating of this device as Logitech has never explicitly advertised this functionality, but I feel it's worth mentioning in my review.
  • Howard Olsen
  • December 19, 2016