Summary: I would stay away from these headsets. They feel cheap for the price. They disconnect a lot. They reset a lot when they disconnect. The sidetone setting sounds like a string and tin can. When fully charged it says 12 hours remaining...YEAH RIGHT. more like 2 if your lucky. Very disappointed.
Cons: Resets a lot and does not remember settings. Sounds muffled. Feels cheap.
Pros: Wireless, mic, and the voice morphing software.
Cons: The sound will cut in and out from time to time. The battery doesn't hold a charge for that long. It is not that comfortable when use for a few hours. The speakers are not that great, kinda muddy sounding.
Summary: If you like being told that you are incorrectly plugging a USB cord, filling out RMA forms and waiting weeks between sending in your unit and getting a replacement then this is the best headset for you.
Pros: It works great for about 3 months comfy on your head When it works it has nice sound
Cons: I am on my 3rd (yes 3rd) one for logitech, first one lasted for 8months before the random reboots where happening every 3 minutes, second one lasted 6 months before the turning off drop be to send in a RMA, third one has lasted me 6 months and I am sending in for next RMA now.
Loved it at first, but no more headphones form Logitech
James P., Newegg
20 February 2015
Summary: I bought this product for about 100 back in October and 4 months almost to the day having major problems. The look and freedom of moving around is great, but maybe take a look at other products if your not wanting it to cut off during gameplay or if your having a skype meeting for work and loud...
Pros: Great sound at first, worked right out of the box with the drives being installed. Very clear speaking on the mic during meetings and game play.
Cons: The biggest fault so far is the random cutting off (within headphone range less than 5 ft away) and the loud buzzing noise that has started coming in making the headphones useless. The second thing would be unless your ears are square shaped, the fitting on the headphones gets a bit annoying.
Summary: I bought my first G930 and it failed after a year of use. I thought it was a fluke and bought a second one. Duh!!! I won't make that mistake again. The second one failed the same way as the first after 2 months of use.
Pros: The sound quality is excellent and the feature are great I like the fold up boom mike with built in mute in the up position.
Cons: These headset are not durable. There is a design flaw in the way the ear pieces are attached to the headstrap. They use a rubber bushing to support the earpiece and a plastic clamp to hold the bushing to the headstrap. The plastic clamps fail (they break) and the rubber bushing will pull out thro...
Summary: Like all Logitech products, this is cheaply constructed. The battery will suffer from reduced charge after 6mo to a year. My company has used these daily and every single one had a battery fail at some point.
Pros: Logitech has decent customer service (can get a replacement if you jump through their hoops).
Cons: Cheap construction Bad sound Surround mode sounds hollow and empty Battery will fail, just a matter of when.
Summary: Logitech G930 is fine product. It has both good quality and design with many convenient features. Unfortunately all these merits are quite worthless after discovering battery and non-charging issue.
Pros: -Firm design -Decent quality sound with 7.1 surrounding sound support -Buttons and volume control on the headset comes handy when watching movies -Comfort ear cushion helps longer use
Cons: -Sometimes it is too hot to use on hot days due to the ear cushion -The ear cushion surface material falls out in a year -The battery indicator is somewhat misleading; it says 3hrs amount but turns into red after about an hour use. -Micro USB inlet failed about 3 1/2 years of use
Summary: I recently bought the Corsair H2100....While the sound quality isn't as good and the comfort is HORRENDOUS compared to the Logitech G930, the headset works AMAZINGLY. Battery life is incredible and it does EXACTLY what it advertises it does. The G930 is mass-refurbished for a reason.
Pros: I didn't buy 2 of these............ok ok, to be honest, the headset sounds GREAT when it's working. That being said, it sounds great 30% of the time I have used it. By far the most comfortable of ANY gaming headset I have used, and friends have agreed when they tried it. It was actually one of th...
Cons: I don't get it....The system cuts out CONSTANTLY. I am a computer technician for 10+ years so I knew what I was doing when I began to troubleshoot. The issue has something to do with how the headset itself talks to the receiver. It's ridiculous because even when the headset is plugged DIRECTLY IN...
Summary: I have the G35 wired headset and these. The ear pads on the G35s started to flake off after a year or so. I wanted to go wireless so I bought these as a replacement. There is a USB connector for charging on the G930s where the wire is on the G35s.
Pros: Wireless would be great if it didn't disconnect all the time. Easy set up.
Cons: Wireless disconnects. A lot. Very annoying when watching videos or listening to music. Annoying to use on/off switch.
Summary: Ok, so I have to say this was an awesome headset, but it only lasted me 6 months before I started experiencing the issues which have made it impossible for me to use it. My expectations for the price was to at least get a solid 1-1.5 years out of them.
Pros: Sound quality: The sound was great. Loved it the minute I opened the box and put them on for the first time. The dolby digital switch was great as well for whenever I wanted to use a streaming service for movies/tv shows on my desktop. Comfort: Fantastic, wore these for hours. However I'd caution...
Cons: 1) Wireless reception dropping: So shortly after the headset made it to month 6, I noticed that from time to time I would hear a subtle beep noise. This is the headset's way of telling you that it is either turning off/on or that it is disconnecting/connecting with the wireless receiver. What was...