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The Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum is a gaming headset with wired and wireless connectivity. The headset was released in October 2016 and can be identified by its model number 981-000620.

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Sound Problem because of On/Off Dial


I have the following problem with the headset:

The sound is sometimes very inconsistent. Example on a music track, I hear the music consistent but distorted, but the singing partly not and when it does as if it were coming from a distance.

However, if I now wiggle the on/off lever, it fixes the problems as long as it is in a certain position.

Does anyone know the problem and how to fix this?

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I had the same issue and I fixed it by cleaning the connection of the switch. If you look at my picture you’ll see the dirt causing the issue. I’ve also linked the video I followed. Hope this help.

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What screwdriver do you use?


@Solomon Salzman I just fixed mine today, following that video.. i used the iFixit bit "J00"


I used this for my g935's worked like a charm. Just a heads up though those little flat pins on the actual switch aren't glued in and are tiny so use caution when cleaning. thanks for the video!


This is the Fix for this problem, done it multiple times.


You are Jesus Christ. Thanks. I was already thinking about changing headphones....

Today I found this article, did it, and solved!!! 😜


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I can confirm this fix works.

I used fine tweezers to remove the switch cover, then used isopropyl alcohol, a cotton tip and a pointy plastic spudger to scratch off the dirt.

While in there, I removed the battery bay and dongle bay to add PTFE grease to the tilt hinges; this eliminated 80% of the plastic creaking noises


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Same issue. Cleaned the switch, sprayed some dry ptfe lube on, bent the metal strip so it tensions down a bit more on the slider and wham bam it works like a charm.
No more smacking the thing like a mad man XD.

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