Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset Review

/ 9 years ago


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Logitech have always had a place in my heart for making some of the best peripherals around, and if I can be honest with you I’m a bit of a Logitech whore when it comes to my main system.

It’s currently running a Logitech MX 1000 mouse, which is “old skool” but I’ve not really found anything better, I’m typing away on a G15 V2, albeit the T key sticks from time to ttttime, so I’m ready to move over to the G510 which I’ll be reviewing very soon for you eager beavers out there. I also sport a set of Z5500 speakers for anyone whose interested and in all I feel that every product is fantastic and unique in its own little way.

Naturally I jumped straight onto the request to look at a set of headphones from one of my favourite manufacturers and when I knew it would be the G930, I instantly smiled and was overjoyed that another part of the G gaming range from Logitech would be joining my keyboard.

The G930 is a wireless gaming headset with functionality in mind by offering the very best quality sound for input and output as well as some unique features that the gaming series of products have shown before such as macro functions.

Enough of me blabbing on because I really want to express how excited I am about this headset, and hope that Logitech have captured the essence of what I love about their products in the same way.

Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset Review 1


  • Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7
  • Intel Pentium 4 processor or equivalent
  • USB port
  • CD-ROM drive
  • 7.1 surround sound and G-key programming require software installation.

Package Contents

  • Headset
  • USB wireless adapter
  • Charging base
  • Software CD
  • User documentation


  • 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


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