Conclusion: The Logitech G930 may be wireless, but critics say you'd never know it by its sound. The signal stays strong for a remarkably long distance, and the hisses and crackles common in so many other wireless headphones almost never rear their ugly heads. The G930 has a few downsides, however; it works only with PCs and Macs, and reliability is iffy.
Pros: Good sound quality, Strong wireless signal, Comfortable, Easy to use
Cons: Not compatible with gaming consoles, Unreliable
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. Not only do they sound great, but they are also very comfortable.
Excerpt: W ireless headphones are a wonderful, exciting way to totally disrupt your grueling gaming sessions. Don’t get me wrong. They are an indispensable tool in my PC gaming arsenal. But in the wrong hands, absolutely nothing will get done in the game world. Sure your teammates can speak to you from anywhere their remote headset will allow.
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.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is The Logitech G930’s feature list reads as if a gamer’s wish-list for a headset- wireless, 7.1 surround, big, wireless, black, Dolby, lots of buttons, wireless, customizable, flexible, and wireless. Did I say wireless?
Conclusion: Final ThoughtsWe all know my thoughts on Logitech products and you know that my expectations on this product were exceedingly high, and by some freak of nature, it even exceeded that. I had a vision in my mind as to how good the sound quality would be but didn’t expect the bass to be so punchy or the treble to be so clear with no distortion, even at maximum volume levels and that even left the headset to vibrate quite a lot due to the sheer bass projected through to my...
Excerpt: Logitech ’s G930 Wireless Gaming Headset is easily one of; if not the most impressive PC headset we have reviewed. The headset features 7.1 surround sound and utilizes a USB connection for wireless use of up to 40 feet away using 2.4Ghz technology . Though the USB stick could have been a little smaller, a USB stand does come in the package, which allows users to plug the stand with a USB cord, move the stand to a further location and then attach the USB stick on top,...
Excerpt: If you examine the current PC-gaming accessory market and you have tastes like mine, you may be disappointed. Many manufacturers of gaming accessories tend to throw as many buttons as they possible can on each of their device, offering an insane amount of customization.
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. Please don't base your purchase purely upon numbers - sound is tough to benchmark.
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Conclusion: The Logitech G930 hits two important sweet-spots for enthusiasts: wireless connectivity and 7.1 surround sound. These are its key selling points. Naturally the 7.1 surround sound is software-driven, as each ear piece has one driver. This means audio that supports surround sound will be played accurately, while stereo audio can be emulated to create a surround sound effect.