Summary: The hardware is great. I've had mine for 3 years, battery still works great as does the headset itself. The bad - This headset works best if you don't install ANY logitech software. As soon as you install software and try to use G-keys and profiles, this headset goes to pot. None of the features work properly.
Summary: The software makes these headphones almost useless for me personally. If I enable Logitech gaming software then the headphones constantly disconnect and reconnect to NO END. Without the software my mouse and keyboard do not keep their macros from my user created profiles so gaming is a PAIN.
Summary: If you have a use that requires you to listen to audio constantly a fantastic headset vey comfortable and very good reproduction. If however you want to use them mainly for the microphone or to monitor for certain audio alarms etc where noise is intermittent they automatically shutdown. There is no method to remove this annoying function which has been mentioned many times in previous reviews. I add it here to say that this is still the case.
Summary: I have owned this headset for about 6 months to a year and it's the worst product I have gotten from Logitech. Now I'm gonna break it down and say why with pros and cons. Pros: - Nice sound quality - the bass is enough to satisfy me - voice changers are great - programmable buttons - the mute button/put mic up to mute is nice - wireless (which is a must for me) Cons: - Static noises at times - drivers are horrible for this headset - disconnecting/reconnecting a LOT on...
Summary: Pros: -Very comfortable and relatively light weight, can wear for hours at a time -Good sound -Good mic Cons: -Can suffer from interference. I use the Logitech F710 wireless gamepad as well as wireless internet. Occasionally either the gamepad or the headphones will lose signal causing annoyance when gaming. -Battery life can be wonky at times.
Summary: The sound quality on this headset is noticeably poor. It's very thin, shallow and tinny. The feeling I get using them is much like that of using the free headphones that come with your phone or something. They are pretty comfortable though, and the mic works well.
Summary: I bought this headset, cause my brother had it and I loved his. I previously owned the G35, which I had no problem with at all. But right from when I first installed and plugged the G930 in it had distorted bass, I was annoyed, looking for a solution, but ended up driving back to the store right away to get a new one. When I got back home, the same problem accured right away, I was furious, so I used my old headset for a while.
Summary: Battery Life: The battery on this set dies rather quick. Now when they say you get 10 hours of battery life, I was actually expecting 7-8. What I really get is 3-4 hours before I get a low-battery warning and probably another 30-45 minutes after that, I have to plug it in. This from a full charge up after charging all night from either a wall-plug or computer usb port. This is also from normal usage at regular volume.
Pros: Great audio quality: The G930s sound incredible, very good highs, decent mid-range and truly enough bass to make your heart skip several beats. Good for music, great for gaming. Noise cancelling in this headset is the best I've ever experienced, too good actually as people usually have to go to great lengths to get my attention.
Cons: But wait mister reviewer...if there are so many pros, why such a bad rating? Well, I'll tell you why, there are some glaring problems with this headset that would probably be a deal-breaker for most.