Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930

Published: October 18, 2010
Author: Amber Lupala
Editor: Amber Lupala
Provider: Logitech

Wireless Gaming Headset G930 Specifications

Logitech sent us their latest 930 Wirelss headset for testing, we are going to test this wireless set both when it comes to music listening and also gaming. It has a surround function built into it and they seem to be around the same size as a Sennheiser HD555.

We are going to compare this vs several other headsets that we have reviewer recently, so stay tuned.

About Logitech:

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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)

>>> Buy this headset at Newegg.com

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


Find the full features on the Logitech website, http://www.logitech.com/en-us/webcam-communications/internet-headsets-phones/devices/7248

The Product:

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The product comes packed in this halfway see through box  with a bunch of features on the back of the box.

>>> Buy this headset at Newegg.com

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In the box you will find various parts, for example you get a cd that has the software that will help you configure the headset, and also included is a wireless adapter that the headset hooks up with. The rolled up USB cable is actually a charging cable so when you don’t use it you can roll it up and put it in storage, they have placed a USB port on the “roll” so you won’t lose a USB port when charging the headset.

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    The batteries are there to power the active noise cancelling feature