I bought these headphones about year ago (I use them almost everyday), as an upgrade from my g430s when the cable finally wore out. In some cases (only some cases) I think the sound quality might be a little better on the g430s but being able to get up, walk around, use the headphones away from the computer, in another room, and not having an extra cable to get tangled is so worth the extra $100 or what ever it is you pay for them.
Sound quality is great (you can make them pretty loud too), I take these all over the place just because I can't stand listening to music through ear phones now. Wireless range is a standout, I can basically walk around the whole house without any interruptions, with the microphone or audio.
Also super impressed with the battery life and charging time, I can use them all day without a problem.
I haven't used the microphone in a while, but I remember it being really really good, major step up from the disappointment of the g430 in terms of quality. So quick and easy to mute, easy to re-position.
They have a different feel to the g430s (better fit I think, and nicer material), no problems with it. Before I bought them I read that people had problems with sweaty ears... I live in Australia, it gets pretty hot, but I've had no issues.
Took some trial and error to get them connected to my phone and I ended up having to use a pin to usb adapter (which lucky I already have because apple charges like $40 for) which I then plugged the wireless adapter into (this makes your phone a bit bulky)... perhaps not as convenient as a headphone jack but the wireless works fine and haven't had any problems yet (I guess if you were using them indoors where your phone didn't have to be on you then there would be no problem).
I've never got the software to work, I have a Logitech mouse as well and upon opening the software only the mouse is registered as a connected device, no big deal for me, but I can't really comment on any of the buttons.
The volume wheel is pretty well located though, only problem I have with it is, after unplugging the headphones from the charging cable while in use I have to turn them off and back on again for the wheel to work. Not a huge deal though.
Overall possibly my best value for money purchase ever.
I'm not one that likes over the hear head phones (I'm an in-ear type of guy) but my only comparison to this style of headphones is the Beyerdynamic DT770 . I know you guys will probably crusify me for making this comparison, but it's my only reference point. I love these headphones and for $59.99 you can't go wrong. I've had these for 2 weeks and I love them. They have great sound and I love the wireless capabilities. I wanted a headset I could use on my computer that didn't sound as terrible as the Logitech h390's. And the real truth is I wanted something to buy that felt like it had a ton of value. This is it! So check out my video as I talk more about it.
In case you don't want to go through the video here are some quick bullet points.
Big ear cups that cover my entire ear.
Doesn't get to hot and it's the Logitech g930 are the only over headphones I've used that I could wear for over an hour without discomfort
I love the external buttons. They're mappable for gaming, but I use them mostly for Spotify.
I get about 7 hours of battery life
Portable enough to stuff in my backpack without a case
Rugged will depend on time.
Here's my video, let me know if you have any questions. I'll probably do a follow up video review in 2-3 months.
Ryan's Review on Active Tech Review: https://youtu.be/HQLOy2u39Ao
To put it bluntly, I'm never buying another Logitech headset ever again. Logitech is well aware of the issues that these headsets have, and still continue to produce defective merchandise/software. I had the G930 for about a year before I bought the G430, it was disconnecting every five to ten minutes, and often wouldn't reconnect for an entire minute or two at a time, accompanied by a rather annoying beep. This was exacerbated by the fact that the battery life started shortening rather quickly, to the point where I had to have it plugged in constantly or risk it not being able to connect at all.
The driver could probably have been coded better by an intern fresh out of college. The buttons would remap themselves to factory standard settings randomly. The surround sound stopped working entirely. The voice changer was fun to mess with people on teamspeak though.
Hopefully the G933 will actually work, not that I'll ever buy one.