4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A good headset although technical execution could have been better,
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This review is from: Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 (Discontinued) (Electronics)
If found this headset to be good in general. Surround sound is nice. Headphones are easy to use. It is super comfortable for the head! Programmable buttons are useful!
Pleasant surprise is that I also managed to it get with work properly with Anker Uspeed USB 3.0 7-Port Hub (comes with a 36W Power Adapter!). Many people have complained that the US transmitter stick won't work if not plugged directly into the computer!
Now the cons:
1, It switches off-and-on once in a while. I don't do gaming or other important things with it, so I am ok if a song or a movie sound breaks for ten second or so few times a day, but other people might be very pissed off about it. You are hereby warned!
2. The range is not too big, maybe 10 meters. With my previous wireless headphones (with separate power adapter and transmitter), I could do 50 meters (although I did eventually get Ghostbusters looking guys with weird radio equipment from National Telecommunications Oversight Authority to pay me a visit about those headphones. This will not happen with g930)
3. When there is silence, the headphones automatically switch off after a while. This is particularly annoying feature if you are waiting for a Skype call in silence or something like that. There is no way around it!
4. The power-button has to be pushed way more than 2 second written in the manual to turn it on-and-off. It also looks like it can easily break.
5. Micro-USB plug (used to connect the charging cable) of the headphones looks it can break easily.
6. The micro-USB charging cable that comes out from the USB dock is really only for charging. It won't transmit data if you plug it into other devices. This is annoying since the USB transmitter, which I have plugged into the dock (which in turn connects to the computer), already takes up an USB port. Now I have one useless micro-USB cable-end hanging on the table and when I want to to connect something else that requires this type of cable, still I have to use another USB to micro-USB cable. Dual use of the charging cable could have been nice.