Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset with Mic

June 1, 2017 - Comment

Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset for enhanced performance gameplay. Get into the game with high quality stereo sound with noise cancelling boom microphone Product Features High Quality Stereo Sound for Gaming Soft and Durable Cloth Earpads, Lightweight Design Folding, noise-cancelling boom mic: Reduces background noise for clear voice pick up and rotates up and out

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Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset for enhanced performance gameplay. Get into the game with high quality stereo sound with noise cancelling boom microphone

Product Features

  • High Quality Stereo Sound for Gaming
  • Soft and Durable Cloth Earpads, Lightweight Design
  • Folding, noise-cancelling boom mic: Reduces background noise for clear voice pick up and rotates up and out of the way
  • On-cable sound controls: Volume dial and mute switch are close at hand for quick audio adjustments
  • System Requirements – Windows 8, Windows 7, or Linux operating system, Headset and microphone inputs

Comments

Richard Crisonino says:

How it fix mic problems- Mostly everything about them so far is great.You do have to do some research to fix the overlay of the mic and hearing yourself in the headset and auto adjust that makes your mic volume go wonky if you have any kind of back round sound.To fix hearing yourself in the headset go to your play back devices – go to the properties on your head set then go to levels and turn the mic sound down to 0 problem fixed!To fix the back round cancellation of the mic so you come out ‘normal’ on chat programs in sounds go to ‘recording’ go to the properties or your mic and go to Advanced from there change the channel to 1 channel,16 bit, 48000 Hz (DvD Quality)Hope this fixes these problems for anyone else who is having them

vixen2188 says:

Logitech=Planned Obsolescence I have owned about 3 of these now and they have all had the same flaw of cracked joints near the rotation mechanism. If it cracks there is no fix.They aren’t bad in fact they are one of the best headsets I have owned in quite some time. Some people don’t like the clear sound of these but I think they are great for hearing footsteps in games.I have never had line noise or grounding issues as I have with other headsets, the mute slider switch is very nice and holds up to abuse. The microphone dynamics are very good as well!My gripe with this set is having to buy/replace it every 6 months to a year, and that is me taking care of it and not rage-quit-tossing them all over the desk.These would be perfect if Logitech would just make the joints metal and not cheap plastic.I decided to tear it apart if anyone is interested on taking a peek at whats inside..

CrispyChip says:

They are great, and have one advantage over the wireless G930. I had a pair of G930’s, but I wore them out, and I decided to go with a wired version to not have to deal with charging a headset. These sound pretty much the same and the overall comfort is comparable, so I’m satisfied. 

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