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conclusion:We like it

85 July 6th 2012 11:21 am

The G930 is a good, affordable wireless headset for PC users. While its sound quality isn't quite at the level of high-end gaming headsets, it's still a good choice for both gaming and VOIP applications like Skype, and its 40-foot range means you can conduct conversations without having to be tethered to your desk.

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Critic reviews

8.0
6 reviews
  • Voice / mic quality
    8.0
  • Sound quality
    8.6
  • Comfort
    7.3
  • Durability
    7.1
  • Design and form factor
    7.3

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8.3
17 reviews
8.0
Engadget Aug 5, 2010

If you're due for an upgrade, only the slightly steep price, middling battery life and your-mileage-may-vary comfort concerns keep these both from being must-owns.

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8.0
PC Mag Sep 26, 2011

The Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 stands as one of the best wireless gaming headsets you can find, with high-quality audio output, smart design, and an impressive range.

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7.0
TechCrunch Aug 5, 2010

What do you get when you cram 7.1 Dolby sound, gaming-grade wireless, a few buttons, and a noise-canceling microphone into one headset? Sweaty ears. Seriously

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9.0
I4U Aug 26, 2010

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.

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9.0
Benchmark Reviews Oct 8, 2010

The price includes premiums for all the available features but is priced competitively among the high-end headsets. There are cheaper options out there but if you want the very best, with wireless, then the Logitech G930 is perfect for you.

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8.0
Everything USB Oct 1, 2010

If you are in the market of a new pair of gaming headsets, the Logitech G930 should be on your short list. If you own a pair of G35s and are ready for an upgraded experience in gaming, movies or music, you won't be disappointed in these cans.

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8.0
Dignan17 Dignan17

I really like the G930. It has a decently solid feel to it, and the sound quality is really good. I've had people I was talking to tell me that I sounded a little weird on it, but that doesn't seem to always be the case. The headset gets a little uncomfortable after a while, but that might be...

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9.0
odgregg odgregg

Upgraded from the Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Wireless headset to these and they are quite a bit better and less gimicky. Build quality seems great. The Software is great (once upgraded to the latest version of the Logitech Gaming Software). There are sometimes small pops which could be...

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8.0
ggauthier ggauthier

This headset is the TANK of headsets. The fit over the ears is very nice, and the padding over the head is very comfortable, but it weighs a TON, and they're monstrously big. BIG positive: the battery life is GI-NORMOUS too. 10 HOURS on a single charge. The surround-sound emulation is nice, but...

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9.0
LukeCool LukeCool

Logitech has always been the most fantastic company for me when it comes to buying gaming gear at a reasonable price. This headset is the best I have had yet. Only gripe would be about the auto-mute function. It's a great feature, but you never know when you are muted. The mic will glow red when...

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8.0
iiDenTiiTy iiDenTiiTy

Good piece of hardware, definetly the best headset I've ever owned. With wireless you useally sacrefice quite abit for the convenience. But with this the only real drawback I have is the microphone quality.

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8.0
mmadawar mmadawar

This is best headset I've ever owned. Had some issues getting it set up for the first time. But re-installing the drivers fixed it.

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7.0
blacketj blacketj

I loved everything about this headset, except for the fact that the wireless connection would drop out constantly. I'm pretty sure It was from interference with my wireless router. I tried adjusting my router settings, but I had to gimp my wireless network to make my headset usable. I ended up...

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9.0
bronek13 bronek13

Well the sound... not for music, but for games, when girlfriend yell at you to turn it down its perfect, the 5.1 part did great as i remember in dead space2 :D and the wireless that is good, but you can still connect wire when out of power :)

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9.0
Axiomns Axiomns

I have been using this head set almost everyday for over a year. I have dropped and stepped on it a few times with no issues. In terms of comfort for long periods of time. After 4-5 hours it can start to hurt my ears.

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