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I have had this headset for quite a while now and i am still satisfied. I like how they feel on my head, not heavy at all and are suitable for long gaming sessions.
They do have the problem that now and then they disconnect from the wireless sender, but within a few seconds it reconnect. But it does it rarely.
The G930 is by far the best headset I've had to date, ranging from cheap supermarket headsets to Creative Fatal1ty Gaming Headset's and the Logitech gaming headsets released prior to this.
If anyone has ever had the Logitech G35, you would have known the frustrating bugs it had in regards to the so called 'sound cancellation' that only worked if you used the voice modifier to speak like an alien. HAVE NO FEAR!!! This has now been fixed with the new G930's firmware :)
No longer does it have a wire limiting you to your room, its wireless with a 40 feet (12 meters) range, so you can happily wander around your house or make something to eat listening to your music or talking to friends on skype! It is the 'lazy boy' of the headset world!
Comfort know's no bounds, the ear pieces are well padded and are large enough to fit around the biggest of ears, and the adjustable headpiece allows it to fit even the largest of brains! It also has a pad for ontop of your head, which may leave you with a ring on your head, so give it a brush before you head out!
The ear cup has up to 26 dB noise isolation, so if it fits on your head properly you shouldn't annoy others.
Its also 7.1 surround sound so you can hear people creeping up on you whilst playing FPS style games.
You also can annoy people and mask your voice using the software that comes with it and the elusive G-keys on the side, there are several options of voices you can use. There is also an option for setting them up with your media player for play, pause, previous and next track.
The sound output is very very loud, you can adjust this on the left of your headset with a scroll-type button.
You dont need to install any hardware into your computer to use this, it is typically, plugin and play via usb, it has its own antenna and is really simple to set up.
Unless its being used, charge time takes around 3 hours, which usually gives around 10 hours of continuous use.
The mouthpiece is of a rubber material, is very flexible and easy to clean, so no need to worry about catching it on things or breaking it, you can mute yourself 2 different ways, by pushing the mouth piece up or by tapping the mute/unmute button on the left hand side.
I also noticed I could charge up the battery quicker using my blackberry charger, which was a bonus! haha
All in all it is much much better than its predecessors very good value for money and I would recommend it to anyone. The only bad thing I can say is, it doesn't give me a 'god-mode' when I'm gaming! haha
Be sure to update the firmware regularly via their website.
Windows® XP, Windows Vista® or Windows® 7
Intel® Pentium® 4 processor or equivalent
7.1 surround sound and G-key programming require software installation.
Connection: 2.4 GHz RF
Range: up to 40 feet (12 meters)*
Audio stream: uncompressed 48 kHz
Reception: dual antenna
Interference resistance: forward error correction and dynamic channel selection
Continuous playback time: up to 10 hours per charge**
Charging connection: full-speed USB; charge-while-playing enabled
Charge time: 2.5 hours or less (longer when in use)
Ear cup: up to 26 dB noise isolation
Driver: laser-tuned; 40 mm diameter with neodymium magnet; 15mm diameter voice coil with ferrofluid damping
Frequency response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
Pickup pattern: cardioid (unidirectional)
Type: pressure gradient electret condenser
Frequency response: 100 Hz- 75 kHz
Volume roller: 80,000 revolutions (minimum)
Button: 50,000 presses (minimum)
Headband slide: indexed stainless spring steel
Ear cup rotation joint: aircraft-grade aluminum alloy