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The 930 is maybe a tiny bit sturdier. Don't know what kind of inhumane torture you put yours through, but if you manage to destroy the G35, then you'll probably be able to wreck these too. I never had any problems with my G35's and G930's though, despite dropping them on numerous occasions, roughing them up and manhand… see more The 930 is maybe a tiny bit sturdier. Don't know what kind of inhumane torture you put yours through, but if you manage to destroy the G35, then you'll probably be able to wreck these too. I never had any problems with my G35's and G930's though, despite dropping them on numerous occasions, roughing them up and manhandling them.
Most of their problems come from the software side nowadays. see less

By Pyro GX on 31 July 2014
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Unfortunately no, seeing as it requires a driver update through a CD it doesn't work on a Xbox. Also do not be fooled by the usb charging base being able to connect your wireless headset to your xbox, theoretically making it wired, as this does not work.
By george on 07 October 2014
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Hi, yes it does have a 3 year warranty as I found out only last week after voiding it following the headset breaking; I'd totally forgotten about the warranty, so tried to fix the problem.
If you use the head set regularly like I did, you'll need to plug in the power lead virtually every day to make sure the heads… see more
Hi, yes it does have a 3 year warranty as I found out only last week after voiding it following the headset breaking; I'd totally forgotten about the warranty, so tried to fix the problem.
If you use the head set regularly like I did, you'll need to plug in the power lead virtually every day to make sure the headset is fully charged (the charge in a new headset should last at least 9 plus hours). It's always advisable to drain the battery as much as possible before charging otherwise the battery life will be reduced significantly over a shorter time. The power socket is the weak point of this headset. My headset is now totally useless because the constant plugging in of the charger over the last 18 months (virtually every day) broke the socket from the circuit board. It's anchored to the circuit board by a small blob of solder which broke away from the socket. The socket is attached to the circuit board by several very tiny wire contacts (almost invisible); the stresses caused by plugging in the power charger will inevitably break the contacts. I've read reviews of this headset and others have had the same problem i had.
The only solution IMO would be to open up the headset and put some epoxy resin over the socket and around the circuit board its anchored to (Which basically voids the warranty). You would need a set of Torc screwdrivers to open up the headset pans to get at the socket and circuit board.
I made the mistake of trying to fix it so voided the warranty; I'd only had the headset for 18 months.
Apart from the above the head set is brilliant (sound reproduction is excellent, playing first person games i was able to tell from which direction protagonists were coming from; plus the voice synthesizer software that comes with the headset allows you to mess with how your voice sounds over Skype , Team speak etc. It may take several days to get used to it. I found my ears hurt from the pressure of the head set after wearing it for more than an hour at a time, but once I'd used it for a week or two, it was fine. I'd consider getting the cheaper wired version instead of the wireless version. see less

By Ms S D Brown on 18 May 2014
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Both of those are the same modelled headset, it's just trying to get you buy the same product for a higher price by saying it works for both, when in reality, i've had my headset 6 months now and I use it for both my PC and PS4 about 8 hours a day every day with no trouble, There is no newer model of this headset, buy … see more Both of those are the same modelled headset, it's just trying to get you buy the same product for a higher price by saying it works for both, when in reality, i've had my headset 6 months now and I use it for both my PC and PS4 about 8 hours a day every day with no trouble, There is no newer model of this headset, buy this one that's listed because the 'newer' model is the exact same product. see less
By Alfie Blanchard on 15 December 2014
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I have just done a Google search using both model numbers which brought up results for official Logitech product pages. 981-000550 takes you to the UK product page whereas 981-000257 takes you to the US product page, both have a 3 year warranty. Maybe this is the only difference?
The part number is stated at the botto… see more
I have just done a Google search using both model numbers which brought up results for official Logitech product pages. 981-000550 takes you to the UK product page whereas 981-000257 takes you to the US product page, both have a 3 year warranty. Maybe this is the only difference?
The part number is stated at the bottom of the product page:
http://gaming.logitech.com/en-gb/product/g930-7-1-wireless-gaming-headset
http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g930-7-1-wireless-gaming-headset see less

By Jack Cooper on 02 May 2015
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Ofcourse :P
By Rich H on 31 December 2014
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There is no difference, however I would recommend avoiding this headset as it break VERY easily, a friend of mine had his for 3-4 month and it snapped, he hardly uses it, mine broke after 2 weeks.
By Daniel M. on 23 April 2015
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My grandson whom I bought them for says he has not had a problem. He has his computer in his study upstairs and says can still use with same effect in the kitchen downstairs a fair distance apart.
By Lady on 26 March 2014
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My first check would be that you have the drivers and software for the headset. Try here if you aren't sure. http://support.logitech.com/en_gb/product/7248#download
By Mr. Thomas J. Ryder on 26 December 2014