In this part of the gaming peripherals guide, we’re taking a look into Logitech’s amazing headsets. Both of these examples have their own strengths and weaknesses. You can’t go wrong with Logitech’s quality and design, so whether you choose the G430 or G930, you won’t make a mistake, you can be sure of that.
With its flawless design and maximum ear coverage, Logitech G430 is one of the best headsets in the world right now, in its price range obviously. It also features 7.1 virtual surround sound. G430 is mainly built for comfort and design. With Logitech’s trademark blue and black color scheme, G430 does not disappoint regarding both the design of the headset and quality of the sound. They are light and made of plastic and tough as hell may I add. I have been using this headset for a while now and I don’t really have anything bad to say about it yet. G430 is also foldable and therefore suitable for traveling since you can just fold it up and pack it inside your suitcase and bring it with you anywhere you go. What I also really like about this headset is the cable length and durability. It has one of the longest headset cables I have ever seen. I can comfortably walk around my PC desk with my headset still on. The microphone is where G430 lacks a bit. It doesn’t retract, but only folds up like most of the other headset microphones do. Quality-wise, it’s not that great, but still much better than other budget oriented headsets. Overall, Logitech’s G430 is your best buy right now, if you’re looking to spice up your PC setup with a touch of blue.
Now we’re in the big boys league. Logitech’s G930 7.1 Wireless Gaming Headset is the pinnacle of sound, quality, design, and comfort. First of all, it’s a wireless headset, you can’t do better than that. You can easily walk around your room or apartment with the headset still on, and you’ll get perfect sound and microphone responsiveness as if you were sitting in front of your PC with a wired headset. It also features 7.1 virtual surround sound. All of your headset commands (like volume, microphone muting option, etc) are on the left ear cushion. The microphone automatically mutes itself when you rotate it up. And out of all headsets we’ve reviewed today, the G930 is the most comfortable one. It is perfectly designed for full ear coverage and maximum comfort for long gaming sessions. For those of you who can bust out a few bucks more, you should definitely consider buying Logitech’s G930 gaming headset.