Location: Home > Computers > Multimedia > Microphones/Headsets > Logitech G930 Circumaural Wireless Gaming Headset

Logitech G930 Circumaural Wireless Gaming Headset

  Store Product Price  

Logitech G930 Circumaural Wireless Gaming Headset
Newegg.ca - Once you know, you Newegg! 
$149.99 CAD Buy Now

What is on Ebay

  End Time Product Price  
Logitech G930 Replacement USB Charging Base (IL/RT5-981-000257CB-MP-UG) Logitech G930 Replacement USB Charging Base (IL/RT5-981-000257CB-MP-UG) $9.27 CAD Shop Now
Battery for Logitech G930  F540  981-000257 Replace 533-000074  New 700mAh Battery for Logitech G930 F540 981-000257 Replace 533-000074 New 700mAh $14.09 CAD Shop Now
Latest Battery For Logitech 981-000257,F540,G930 Latest Battery For Logitech 981-000257,F540,G930 $21.29 CAD Shop Now
Battery for Logitech 533-000074 981-000257 F540 G930 981-000277 Wireless Headset Battery for Logitech 533-000074 981-000257 F540 G930 981-000277 Wireless Headset $23.20 CAD Shop Now
700mAh Battery for Logitech 981-000257, F540, G930, 533-000074 +7in1 toolset 700mAh Battery for Logitech 981-000257, F540, G930, 533-000074 +7in1 toolset $23.58 CAD Shop Now
Battery For Logitech 981-000257, F540, G930 Wireless Headset Battery Battery For Logitech 981-000257, F540, G930 Wireless Headset Battery $23.65 CAD Shop Now
NEW UPGRADE For Logitech 981-000257,F540,G930 NEW UPGRADE For Logitech 981-000257,F540,G930 $25.90 CAD Shop Now
Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset w/ USB Dongle Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset w/ USB Dongle $46.33 CAD Shop Now
Logitech G930 Headset W/Charging Dock ONLY. Logitech G930 Headset W/Charging Dock ONLY. $64.95 CAD Shop Now
Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 7.1 Surround Sound Headphones Microphone Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 7.1 Surround Sound Headphones Microphone $66.28 CAD Shop Now
Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset w/ Microphone & USB & Charging Dock Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset w/ Microphone & USB & Charging Dock $78.19 CAD Shop Now
Logitech G930 Gaming Wireless Stereo Headset  with 7.1 Surround Sound 981-000257 Logitech G930 Gaming Wireless Stereo Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound 981-000257 $79.52 CAD Shop Now
New other Logitech G930 New other Logitech G930 $79.53 CAD Shop Now
Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset Used Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset Used $92.73 CAD Shop Now
Logitech G930 - Wireless Headset - Heavily Used Logitech G930 - Wireless Headset - Heavily Used $99.41 CAD Shop Now
Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 with 7.1 Surround Sound Wireless HeadphonE Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 with 7.1 Surround Sound Wireless HeadphonE $115.31 CAD Shop Now
New Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 with 7.1 Surround Sound (Black) New Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 with 7.1 Surround Sound (Black) $212.07 CAD Shop Now
Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 with 7.1 Surround Sound Brand New Unopened Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 with 7.1 Surround Sound Brand New Unopened $222.68 CAD Shop Now
Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 7.1 Surround Sound Headphones Microphone Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 7.1 Surround Sound Headphones Microphone $225.32 CAD Shop Now

Product Reviews

Logitech G930 Circumaural Wireless Gaming Headset
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 8.42/10

Review Date: 04/09/15
Cons: Can get a little warm after long periods of time wearing them, and area around ears will sweat a bit

Pros: Great soundComfortablelong lasting
Great sounding and comfortable to wear. Has quite a few tweaks with software package, lots of fun, but bought them for gaming, and for this they exceed expectations. Directional speakers allow for location recognition in games that use great sound, and this is a big help for quick reaction. Comes with Logitech's superior wireless tech - I really marvel at them for this after having tried other wireless products for PCs from several different brand names. Highly recommend.

Review Date: 03/12/15
Cons: Poor sound qualityRecording quality is garbage, tape quality. Seriously logitech?Constant disconnects (Enough that I stopped counting)Takes several tries to reconnect

Pros: No cords
I bought these because I got tired of running over my cable on my old headset. To my dismay they turned to be a pile of junk. Guess I'm stuck with this junk.These are being RMA'ed asap.

Review Date: 03/03/15
Cons: The headset cracks a lot where the ear cups swivel. This was quite upsetting and isn't cover under warranty. Moreover, all my buttons on the headset stopped working so now I cannot mute or turn off my microphone when I am away from my computer.In terms of connectivity the headset loses connection a lot with the receiver even at close proximity. This is sometimes annoying when playing games that require up to second communication when you miss vital information or are unable to provide information.This is my first experience with any wireless/Logitech product. To be honest I'm am not satisfied at all considering how much I paid for the headset.I understand now the price has dropped significantly probably because Logitech has learned about their construction and software flaws. I would not recommend this headset to a friend because of its inconsistency and lack of support from Logitech

Pros: -convenient
There are some apparent construction flaws with these headphones, I have seen many people with similar cracks on their headphones as well. The microphone quality is pretty bad considering this is a top dollar product offered from Logitech. The Logitech support team was unable to help or offer me a solution in a fair amount of time. I will not purchase from Logitech again.

Review Date: 02/24/15
Cons: - Plastic/Cheap feel to them.- Drops offline due to interference (Microwave/Etc).

Pros: - Extremely good sound quality. 7.1 really is awesome.- Light Weight- Interactive Buttons- Auto-Mute on Mic being raised.- Fast Charging
Sadly as much I love the sound quality from these headsets. I've had two break on me in less than two years. This is with standard use, placing onto a desk when not using. No dropping or abuse related issues.The problem is due to the plastic piece covering the connector that links the ear piece to the metal band. When it breaks off, the eat piece comes free and basically the unit no longer sits snug and will fall off.Logitech really needs to do better. Considering I've had two break on me, I find myself unwilling, even with the fantastic sound quality, to buy another unit. - They are simply too poorly built to last. Replacing these coverings with metal would solve the issue no problem but sadly this has not happened.While I would highly recommend these headphones for sound quality. I would say you will probably have them falling apart from standard use within a year.
El Mahdi_Z@NCIX

Review Date: 02/04/15
Cons: Don't last

Pros: Wireless7.1 surround
It's a good headset, but I won't buy it again it doesn't last for its price.

Review Date: 01/02/15
Cons: Mic mute button is a little finicky, and it doesn't mute when mic is placed in upright position

Pros: Good quality soundComfortableSound isolation is fantasticLogitech software is great to useWireless usbDecent range
Bought these 6 months ago for $130. Sound quality is on par with my mid range Sennheisers.

Review Date: 08/24/14
Cons: - Plastic feels cheap/weak (but isn't at all).

Pros: - 7.1 sound.- Great sound quality.- Very comfy.- Great Pricing (especially when on sale).- Wireless is flawless up to the range's limit.- Charges quickly, even when using them at the same time.- Dock is very small and fits even the most overburdened desktop.- Volume can reach crazy level and literally melt your ears.- 10 hours battery charge.- No cons whatsoever.
I've been using hem for quite sometimes and they never let me down, even when I'm using around interference sources like router or microwave. The battery gives plenty of time between charges. It didn't lose one ounce of power yet even with those numerous charges. I recommend them to anyone and especially since they'Re almost always on sale on here.

Review Date: 06/08/14
Cons: Any 2.4GHz signal can frequently disrupt the signal of the headset with extreme ease. Don't use it near a Router, Modem, Cell Phone, or Microwave or it'll frequently cut out and be a paper weight.

Pros: Good sound quality and good Mic quality. Comfortable design.
It is a good headset save for the fact that if you have anything that uses or generates a Wifi or bluetooth signal nearby, it can frequently interrupt the signal to the headset. The last month has been increasingly frustrating when it cuts out on people mid-sentence. Despite having a dock that plugs into it and acts as it's charging device, it is unable to be used as a corded device through it's USB connection. It's a common problem if you stroll over to the Logitech boards themselves with people having this issue.The Headset itself is fantastic. When it works.
Cheng Han_W@NCIX

Review Date: 06/06/14
Cons: expensive and heavy

Pros: surround sound
This is the first gaming headset i ever tried, must say it's a really nice addition to the set up. It features surround headphone function, which is a must have for people who can't afford surround speakers or just need to play in the middle of night. The built in mic is responsive. Only downside is it's slightly heavy and expensive at regular price.

Review Date: 05/02/14
Cons: Definitely not 7.1, not so great in some fps games

Pros: Battery life, simplicity, overall sound, range
I've got theses from Logitech directly as a warranty replacement (an upgrade from my older headset which was discontinued).Overall:First, I gotta say I like simplicity. I want my stuff to be plug and play. Literally. I'm hooked to wireless headsets. The range is phenomenal. I can get from my computer and go outside the house without loosing connection. The microphone gets muted when you get it up, so now you have headphones! There's also a dedicated mute button on the headset. Charging port is a standard usb port (think android cellphones). They are comfortable so you can have them on your head for many hours. I usually get around 10 hours of constant usage with mine, but as everything battery related, YMMV. I would definitely recommend them to anyone who likes wireless headphones.Usage - Voice:I use softwares like TeamSpeak and Skype a lot, as well as Google's Phone app and for this purpose alone, the headset is well worth it. The sound is clear, the battery life is great (well over a full work-day's worth of battery life) and if you run out of battery well, you can get the cable and you get a lame wired headset, but still a working headset you can use while charging.Usage - Gaming:For gaming, it's a mixed bag. I'm far from a pro gamer, but I found that in some games when you do rely a lot on sound, they fall short. It might be a driver's incompatibility, the problem could be with the game, but in CS:GO for example, I have much trouble finding where noises come from. I used to shoot through walls when I heard someone make a noise, but now I just look around, trying to find where this noise came from.Usage - Music:For music, the sound is far from being perfect. First, it's not close to being loud enough for my taste (I like my music LOUD, and crystal clear). It's not crystal clear either. Think maybe good 20$ headphones. Definitely not in the likes of a good pair of Sennisers. I don't listen to music with theses so I don't really care about this aspect.Installation:Pretty much plug and play. tryed on windows 7 and 8, nothing else to do that plug, and play. I also happen to have a G15 keyboard so when I installed the keyboard's driver/key mapping application, it discovered my headset and added some functionality. You can program the buttons on the headset to do whatever you would like (think macro) more on that later. The app tells you when you're about to run out of battery, which is nice. Gadgets (voice morph, macros, etc):I set mine to voice morph, which modify your voice. You can download ($$$) voice package to sound like whatever you want, but I didn't try this feature. I used the voice morph a few times to annoy people and it does that pretty well. Not much other uses I could think of, maybe phone pranks? Anyway, the feature is there. Other than that, I haven't programmed any macros on my headset as I have a keyboard with loads of macros. Since the software is the same, I'm guessing the macros works the same as well. Logitech's system works allright, altho you might find it a bit complicated to setup. The easyest way I found to setup macros is to just record a macro "live", and modify it afterwards. Macros can be set with profiles, which means you can have the same button doing a different thing in different situation (think windows vs game vs other game, etc). By default, it's setup to play/pause, rewind/back, forward, IIRC. Anyway, can't comment on this feature as I don't use it much, except for the macros already programmed (voice morph in my case).All in all, I sometimes wish I had a simple corded headset with better sound, but then I need to plug theses in because I forgot to charge em and I remember how much I hate wires!

Review Date: 03/06/14
Cons: - Loses connection frequently despite being 2 feet away from the transmitter.- Drivers are very buggy. Constantly crashing my sound, causing videos to freeze and explorer to crash. Everything is fine when these get unplugged.- Sound mixer and control panel frequently become disabled, have to jiggle the volume to make it so they will open.These are not issues isolated to my computer, these are known issues with the product and I wish I knew about them before I bought it.

Pros: - Comfortable.- Sound is quite good.
Regret buying these. My next set will be corded and will not be Logitech. At least i only paid $99.

Review Date: 02/28/14
Cons: customization compared to the G35.

Pros: comfortable, wireless, durability and sound
I have owned a G35 for 5 years and it served me well until the mic stopped working. So I sought out to buying a wireless headset instead of getting another G35. The wire of the G35 would always get tangled and you can not turn the ear pieces 90 degrees which is quite uncomfortable considering the size of the headset. I like the quality of Logitech I have several devices of there's and I have been always happy with. Through several day's of research and my own knowledge of the wired cousin of the G930 the G35 I said why not. I purchased the G930 plugged it in. The sound coming out of the G930s are really nice, with the surround 7.1 you actually will think its happening behind you. Really cool in fps games, you can hear the bullets zinging beside your head you can really get into a game easily with this headset. The highs are crisp and lows deep. The sound is well rounded and not overwhelming. The mic is good nice sounding, the flexible boom is a nice touch as well. With the LED light to indicate if the mic is muted. Customizable G keys really nice when listening to music skip, play, stop tracks really nice. Scroll volume is nice as well not like those push button volume controls I like the scroll better personaly. Mute button simple and easy. The software from logitech is always an easy setup and customization. Indicators for the battery life. Avatars for voice morphing is quite funny as well. Your in a big battle with friends everyone is concentrated on the task at hand then you change your voice they will laugh trust me. All in all the Logitech G930s is a great headset. I would recommend them to anyone and everyone who enjoys simplicity and great sound.

Review Date: 02/20/14
Cons: Low volumeNot as much bass as the G35

Pros: Very clean wireless audioLays flat so it's easy to pack in a laptop bag
I've owned a G35 wired headphone for a long time so I have that as a base of comparison. There are a few things that I prefer about the G35 over the G930.The G930 doesn't come with a set of changeable pads unlike the G35 to make the headphone more comfortable. That's not to say that the G930 is uncomfortable, but it is less customizable.For some odd reasons, you can't get an audible sound when muting/unmuting the microphone on the G930 unlike the G35. I liked the audio cue to confirm that I am muted in conference calls. You still get a red LED on the microphone tip to see, but I don't understand why the G930 can't do it. It sounds like such a simple thing to implement.The G930 doesn't get nearly as loud as the G35. Not sure if it's due to the battery vs. USB power, but I have all volumes at max on the PC and it is not loud. The G35 screams in comparison. The G930 also doesn't have as much bass as the G35.I wish the G930 would detect when you lay it flat on a table so it turns itself off. Instead, you have to push and hold a button for a few seconds that can be a bit tricky to reach.On the plus side, the wireless quality is flawless. Not a sign of crackle or interference. I can walk to my kitchen and the audio is still crisp. Unlike the G35, the G930 can be laid down flat at the cups rotate. That makes it easy to pack into a laptop bag to carry around. The G35 is way too bulky since it doesn't rotate like that.All in all, I'm happy with the purchase, but I still think the G35 is an overall better product if the wire doesn't bother you. The G930's low volume is bothersome. Cranked to the max is the only way to use it and even with that it is not loud enough.

Review Date: 01/31/14
Cons: none so far

Pros: great product for a great price
great quality surround sound.nice solid construction with lots of features

Review Date: 01/30/14
Cons: Battery life is a bit too short and degrades pretty quickly - still adequate. Sound quality is not stellar - adequate.

Pros: Good mic, comfortable, decent software.
Pretty good headset for the price. Had a slight buzz while using the headset while charging, however this seems to have worked itself out. Support was responsive to my email about it (though I didn't follow through with their troubleshooting).

Review Date: 01/23/14
Cons: Limited range through wall (will vary).Look like an idiot when i wear it.foam headband is smaller than g35.Power button

Pros: Wireless.have some bass.Good sound quality.Good mic quality.Cover the whole ear.charge on any usb charger and you can use the same wire as your android.
Would recommend this headset, work perfectly. Full review:The headset work perfectly when you install the logitech gaming software, It include a 10 band equalizer, pre amp, surround mixer and some nice voice avatar for the mic. if u have a logitech keyboard like me (g19) it will show you the volume level when you change it or indicate when you are low on baterie which is nice.Sound is great in game or movies but it doesn't sound like a real 7.1 surround. my friend says the mic have a really smooth sound. When the baterie is very low the range of the wireless will reduce fast but you can plug it in any usb charger and the chargeing base have an impreesing cable lenght. As i use it 70% of the time in front of my pc and 95% of time i have a usb charger in range, I have no problem with the fact that the batery is integrated.The wireless range will vary depending of wall density, in my apartement I can go almost everywhere execpted in 2 coner where I briefly loose signal sometime. (6room+bathroom on 1 floor).Tried in a small house, I could go in the basement or 2nd floor without any problem. (receiver on the first floor)So it will just depend where your computer is positioned and your home configuration.

Review Date: 01/20/14
Cons: -pricy

Pros: -great comfort-wireless-can be used when charging via usb cable
Pretty good headset overall. mic works fine. on top of that, you get the usual great logitech support

Review Date: 12/11/13
Cons: Power button, battery life, buttons, charging, range

Pros: Comfort, sound quality, wireless quality, construction
No huge issues here. If on sale, they're a good buy. Range isn't quite what I expected: I go one room over and they cut out. But when in range, I've had zero wireless issues - they just work.Charging is a hassle since you have to plug them in. A simple cradle or some other method would be much better. Probably the biggest annoyance is the power button! This needs a redesign because you use it a lot. Mine seems defective as well, but to power off you hold it for 2 sec., and that only works 50% of the time. It's hard to push too. That, with the other cons I note, is enough to knock off 2 stars. The custom buttons and the mic mute button aren't differentiated enough by feel. The mic boom material doesn't have long enough memory - the next day it has reverted its position. That's pretty ridiculous actually! As always with wireless peripherals, you have to weigh the advantages of wireless with the hassle of charging/batteries, losing power, bad design, having to power on when needed, etc. etc. Much of that could be eliminated but manufacturers are still pretty stupid, unfortunately. This review was modfied by poster @ 12-11-13 09:59 AM

Review Date: 11/24/13
Cons: Ears get hot, can get uncomfortable with time

Pros: Sound is pretty good, mic quality is great, some noise cancelling.
This headset was purchased for work, mainly doing tech support. The mic quality is great and the noise cancelling was good enough so that the person on the phone couldn't hear the person behind me talking.Battery lasts over 8 hours even after 6 months of every day use, again I use it for work so it's constantly on my head.The surround feature of it is alright, the sounds are a bit too distant but fine for games.

Review Date: 11/03/13
Cons: - People with larger heads may have some issues- Noise reduction is so so, not great for a headset almost $200- Price- Headset software can be more simple- Minor wireless hiccups at times

Pros: + Wireless+ Battery life (9-10+ hours)+ Clear mic+ Buttons that can be configured to do anything+ Surround Sound
Overall the G930 from Logitech is a great high end wireless surround sound headset, the wireless works perfectly up to around 8 meters and has crisp mic quality. It's a bit pricey but it's well worth the quality.

Review Date: 10/11/13
Cons: - Power button is very flaky 30 days in and I still haven't figured it out.- Red light on the mic comes on when the mic is disable not enable... this can lead to some confusion.- There no low battery warning, it just cuts out.

Pros: - Headset is comfortable and sounds good.- It comes with a 1 port USB hub that has a very long USB and micro usb cable the can be spooled up neatly into it.- Mic sounds good
Very good headset, its a shame that Logitech didn't put a tiny bit more effort into it. I still consider it a good purchase despite the cons. I haven't installed the software so some of these cons may be configurable with it.

Review Date: 10/09/13
Cons: turns off once in awhile by itself

Pros: Good range and nice sound quality
love the wireless option especially the surround sound. only complain is that it automatically shuts off and turns back on once in awhile
Yu Jie

Review Date: 09/15/13
- Wonderful Sound Good quality- Solid Buid- Fantastic Attributes- Awesome Surround sound- Logitech Good quality- Wireless works flawless- Extremely Higher Battery life- Exceptionally comfortable- excellent mic - Appear a little bulky- Lacking deep bass- The ear cushions are a little difficult at very first, they require to be worn in. Just before using these I had over-the-ear Bose headphones. I believed that they have been the best headphones I had ever owned, but now immediately after owning these, the Bose headphones seem to be trash. I am blown away about the excellent and clarity from these. The software is extremely useful, and has enjoyable attributes such as voice morphing to best it off. For music listening, I can go two bedrooms down the hall and only then do I get slight disruption in the signal. Music listening on these is incredibly enjoyable, and of a much higher caliber than my Bose headphones. For gaming, the virtual speaker replication is excellent. I believed my creative card worked the surround sound properly, but this headset blows that out of the water as nicely. The sounds are distinct, and have the ideal volume to accurately represent the actual displacement of my opponent.And to prime it off, the wireless capability of the headphones means no a lot more ripping cords when I get up.So by all suggests, obtain these headphones.

Review Date: 08/31/13
*Comfortable - I've had them on all day with a handful of five minute breaks here and there and they are still completely comfy on my head as I form this.*Lightweight - I personal three other pairs of common headphones, immediately after possessing these ones on all day I can't say these really feel any heavier than any of the other pairs I personal. Though I'm positive they technically are heavier, the reality that I can't notice the further weight says a thing.*Excellent sound top quality - I personal a pair of B*se noise canceling headphones, and these sound arguably better than them. Clean, crisp and clear sound.*Excellent microphone good quality - Pals on Ventrilo quickly commented on the perfectly clear good quality.*Great battery life - Like I talked about, have had them on all day on a single charge. Plugging them in to recharge turns them generally into a wired headset with no interruption in operation. *No out-of-box Ventrilo PTT - There is a user-made plugin that will enable you to bind a keyboard key to the G keys, allowing you to set your PTT button to a keyboard important then bind a G essential to that. I use a controller while playing MMOs and my PTT button is the top-correct shoulder button, and I'd like to set a G essential to PTT so I can nevertheless be capable to listen and speak when I afk. There is no way to set two PTT buttons in Ventrilo, and no way (currently) to bind a controller button to a G essential.*Broken Winamp support - There are built-in alternatives for Winamp controls for the G keys, however they basically do not work. This appears to be a widespread problem and must have been caught before becoming released with broken choices. Hands down the best addition to my program in a extended time.

Review Date: 08/17/13
They do look nicely created.Wireless headset, Concept is Amazing!!!If you have not yet bought these however, you need to be conscious of the troubles that these headsets have. Its not just some, it is ALL, users who posted great critiques probably did so right out of the box without in fact using them in actual globe situations, If you do not believe me please verify out the Logitech assistance forum for headsets at forums.logitech.com/t5/Headphones-Headsets-Microphones/bd-p/headphones I don't know about you other G930 Users out there but personally I do not appreciate getting scammed out of what ever you paid. These headsets are advertised to do issues they do not at all do, Logitech doesn't look to want to address that these challenges even exist let alone repair them. Without additional ado: The troubles you will have if you buy these: Noise Cancelling does not operate - Truly its severely irritating that I can\'t have and open mic and pals complain even on PPT mode. Sound out of only the right speaker in some apps - 7.1 huh? appears more like Mono to me... (Skype being 1 of these apps) Crackling \ Distortion - This 1 is getting kind of old. iTunes has significant troubles with theses... No Disable of the Auto power off function that cant appear to tell if the headset is essentially in use and powers off the headset each and every 10 min in some apps. Locked to Tape recorder 16khz Mic sound excellent (not that it matters devoid of noise cancelling I would need to have a sound booth to essentially sound very good on these and forget using my mouse or keyboard) Restarts with headset turned on just to get it to sync with the USB plug so you can use it... Unknown device - Windows no longer recognizes it and it will no longer operate at all. Absolutely nothing changed on the computer system it wasn't even right after a restart, it just stopped worki All this following only three months of ownership. I am patently waiting to receive a replacement from Logitech for this concern, only two much more weeks with out any sound at all to go!!! They have good prospective but without having addressing these problems they are but pricey paper weights, if you're into that kind of factor cool, otherwise you may want to wait till a a lot more complete version of these or their computer software is offered. This is sad to me that I am posting this overview. I have always liked Logitech items and have been a great supporter of them for 15 or additional years, constantly opting for Logitech keyboards and mice, webcams, speakers, remote controls, and so on for myself and the corporations that I seek advice from for. I am presently typing this on my G15 Keyboard, subsequent to it is my G13 Gamepad, my G500 Mouse, my F710 Gamepad, my Orbit AF webcam, a harmony remote, and so on, but I count on headsets so as to not disturb the baby when I am gaming at evening, and these ones have FAILED me.
Click Here Show More Product Reviews

Product Features

Over-Ear Gaming Headset
Programmable Buttons 7.1 Channel
2.4Ghz Technology Built-In Microphone

Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset
The Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset delivers a fast wireless connection that lets you move freely up to 40 feet so you can level up without being tied down. Awesome 7.1 surround sound allows you to hear explosions, footsteps, incoming fire, passing vehicle like you were inside the game. Program up to 3 G-Keys on the Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset to do almost anything you want with one-touch control, such as in-game elements like music, chat and voice morphing. Plug and Play installation, 10 hours of battery life, and a comfortable, adjustable fit and you've got everything you need to win for long game play sessions.

What It Is and Why You Need It:

  • 7.1 Surround Sound
  • 3 Programmable G-keys
  • Adjustable, Memory Foam-lined Headband
  • Noise-canceling Mic with Auto-mute and Mute Light
  • 10 Hour Battery Life
  • Painless Recharging
  • Real-time Voice Morphing

Manufacturer's Product Tour - Click Here

A Closer Look


Victory Unleashed
Let nothing stand between you and victory with a lag-free 2.4 GHz wireless connection that lets you move freely up to 40 feet (12 meters) away from your computer.

Hear Your Enemy
Explosions, footsteps, incoming fire, passing vehicles, team-member commands, you'll hear it all in 7.1 surround sound.

In Command
With three programmable G-keys, you?ve got one-touch control over in-game elements like music, chat and voice morphing.

Adjustable, Memory Foam-lined Headband
Creates a personalized fit to fend off fatigue.

Plush, Noise-isolating Ear Pads
Ease pressure points and seal out unwanted noise.

Laser-tuned Drivers
We analyze each acoustic element?magnet, coil and diaphragm to optimize the drivers and pinpoint unwanted distortion, so you hear only rich, clear audio.

Noise-canceling Mic with Auto-mute and Light
The microphone reduces annoying background noise for clear, intelligible voice commands, and automatically mutes when you rotate it up and out of the way. The microphone tip glows red when muted.

Painless Recharging
Recharge using the universal micro-USB cable?even while you?re still playing. When charging is complete, wrap up the cable inside the charging base.

On-ear Audio Controls
Adjust volume and microphone mute on the fly, don?t fumble for controls in the heat of battle.

Batteries Built for Battle
With up to 10 hours of battery life, this headset can get you through the most epic gaming sessions.

Real-time Voice Morphing
You can select from six voices? troll, mutant, alien, giant, cyborg and space squirrel.

Plug-and-play Setup
Don?t worry about unplugging or rearranging your speakers. Just plug the wireless adapter into the charging base or a USB port and you?re ready to play.

Package Contents

  • Headset
  • USB wireless adapter
  • Charging base
  • Software CD
  • User documentation

System Requirements

  • Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP
  • Intel Pentium 4 processor or equivalent
  • USB port
  • CD-ROM drive
  • 7.1 surround sound and G-key programming require software installation from disk included

Product Specifications

Brand Logitech
Model G930
Wireless Type RF
Distance Up to 40 ft.
Driver Unit laser-tuned; 40 mm diameter with neodymium magnet; 15mm diameter voice coil with ferrofluid damping
Headphone Frequency Response 20Hz20KHz
Connector USB
Ear Coupling Circumaural
Microphone Frequency Response 100 Hz 75 kHz
Features 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity
7.1 surround sound
Three programmable G-keys
Adjustable, memory foam-lined headband
Plush, noise-isolating ear pads
Laser-tuned drivers
Noise-canceling mic with auto-mute
Microphone mute light
On-ear audio controls
Painless recharging
Batteries built for battle
Adjustable audio settings
Real-time voice morphing
Plug-and-play setup
Package Contents Headset
USB wireless adapter
Charging base
Software CD
User documentation
System Requirements
System Requirements Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 2 year limited
Labor 2 year limited

Similar Products

PriceBat.ca is 100% Canadian Own premier price comparison shopping site. Easy to search & compare prices of computer products, electronics and games at Canada online stores.