Pros: Excellent Sound Quality, Wireless, Long Battery Life, Excellent USB Base Station, G-Keys, Good Software
Cons: Ears can get warm after a long gaming session, very wobbly, some parts are flimsy,
Here is the box with product view.
Included in the box is the unit itself, the charging/wireless cord, and some documentation
The sound quality is better than any headset I have ever listened to, including wired headsets. The user will be totally immersed once the headset is put on. The plush ear cups block out almost all extraneous noise. The 7.1 is good, but not perfect. However, what can you expect from only 2 speakers? Flipping on the Dobly 7.1, using the switch on the left ear cup, brings a whole new level to the game. The sound moves from inside you to in front of you, or wherever the thing making the sound is. The microphone quality is also excellent thanks to the noise cancelling feature.
Included in the box is a rather ingenious way of cable management. As you can see in the picture, the wireless adapter and the charging cable both connect to the same USB cable. They also wrap around the base so you only need to unwrap as much as you need. This helps keep cable clutter to a minimum.
The included Logitech Gaming Software will help manage G-Keys, and audio settings, and voice changers. The 3 G-Keys all be programmed to do just about anything. They can of course play and pause music, but that is just the tip of the iceberg. They can be programmed as a single key on a keyboard, and multi key command, a text block, any mouse command, they can perform windows hotkeys, open any program with a shortcut, and they can activate voice avatars. In addition to the generic profile, there are also game specific profiles. For example, if you played Team Fortress, you could set a G-key to call a medic or cycle a weapon. If you played Dota 2 you could set a G-Key to autocast or display the scoreboard. (There are much more than these commands available)
Each ear cup is height adjustable. Logitech has implemented a unique numbering system to ensure you always have the perfect setting.
Since the padded ear cups block out most sound, they also block out lots of air flow to your ears. This may not seem like a big deal, but ears produce heat and after a long gaming session, this can become uncomfortable. Each ear cup is able to rotate 90 degrees in one direction, to lay flat, and 20 degrees in the other direction. There is almost no resistance in doing this so the headset can be floppy at times when putting it on. This is not a big deal though. Another slight criticism that I have is some parts are a little bit flimsy. I noticed this most in the volume scroll wheel. This, again, is not a big deal.
To wrap it up, the Logitech G930 is a superb gaming headset. Its excellent sound quality and usability set it apart from other headsets.
My score break down is as follows
Audio Quality- 5/5
I definitely recommend the G930 to any serious gamer who wants to step up his/her game with a great set of headphones.