Originally Posted by kLuTz
I'm not entirely certain that's accurate. While it does advertise support for the PS3 and Xbox, it's perrfectly suitable for the PC. All you need to do is hook it up to a 1/8" jack and it's good to go. The mic also works perfectly fine for pc as well, just plug in the usb from the station to the comp..
The quality between this and the G930 should be the same, but the main difference with the G930 I think are the macro buttons..
To connect a F540 to your PC, you can use a male-to-male 3.5mm audio cable from your PC's sound out to the AUX IN on the rear of the F540.
You won't have microphone functionality with this setup. This will only support audio to the earcups.
Connecting through PS3 USB
If you don't have a Sony PS3 connected to your F540, you can use the PS3 Mini-USB voice cable to connect your F540 to your PC for both audio and microphone functionality.
With this setup, you won't be able to use the PS3's voice functionality with this setup. You'll have to select the F540 as a USB audio device for input and output within your operating system.
NOTE: Since the F540 is not designed as a USB audio device for PCs, not all system-based functions may work correctly.