Summary: When it comes to $100 wireless headsets, the G930 and the Corsair H2100 are going to be the two most common recommendations. The G930 definitely has a few feathers in its cap: phenomenal in-game sound, robust software and an extremely intuitive design.
Pros: Great in-game surround sound; Robust software; Perfect wireless functionality
Cons: No sound presets; Lackluster music performance; Earcups feel a bit tight
Conclusion: Right from the beginning I was extremely impressed with the wireless G930’s. So much so that the first week I had them two different people who came by the office ended up picking up their own pair right after. That says a lot about the entire experience you get from the G930’s.
Excerpt: I love gaming headsets. I used to be primarily a console gamer and the one thing you can’t do without on those machines now is a solid gaming headset. Yes you can run sound from your TV and chat using cheapy mics, but nothing compares to having full surround sound bouncing around in your brain and...
Conclusion: : So the Logitech G930 Headset offers great sound, booming bass (which was surprise), significant positional audio and great clarity even in a game like BF3 where a cacophony of sounds converge and vie for an ear’s attention. I was even commended on the mic clarity.
Pros: Great simulate 7.1 audio. Dolby surround sound is awesome! Immensely comfortable so much so I forgot to mention. Mic lifts for mute and convenience. 3-Programmable buttons feature is an amazing additions. Full length EQ. Decent rang and battery life.
Conclusion: I've always struggled assigning a value to products which are highly subjective. I hope I've been able to provide a glimpse of the experience provided by the Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset, and I hope you can use this review to assist your buying decision.
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Summary: The Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 is a very nice headset with no wires that suffers from no noticeable lag and works for everything from gaming to watching movies. The G930 isn’t cheap, but the good stuff rarely is.
Summary: So - I must say - that the audio quality on these is absolutely phenomenal. Crisp, clear, detailed sound all around. Mids are absolutely wonderful, bass is phenomenal (and can be adjusted with the software), and highs are great.
Summary: To put it bluntly, I'm never buying another Logitech headset ever again. Logitech is well aware of the issues that these headsets have, and still continue to produce defective merchandise/software.
Pros: Mic had good directionality/noise cancelling, battery life started out decent.