I have been a big fan of Logitech’s gaming software for a long time now due to its integration with all of their products. The G930 uses that same program meaning if you already have a Logitech mouse or keyboard you may not even have to install any software with the G930. On the homepage you have a full sized photo of the headset with smaller photos of each Logitech device hooked up along that bottom for you to flip between them. You don’t really get into settings until you get to the G key page where you can program what each of the three G keys on the left side of the G930, just like you would on a keyboard or mouse. That means you have macros available even when you are away from your desk if you would like. The default options are play/pause and forward and back skip. I love dropping the back skip to be used for the microphone button Vent/Teamspeak.
The levels page is where we can adjust microphone and headphone volume levels as well as an option called sidetone. Sidetone is how much your microphone should pickup and feed back into the headphones, this is great if you need to listen for a timer or a doorbell. There are Bass and Treble settings available as well, but if you need more you can open up a full EQ as well to adjust how the G930’s sound.
Logitech also allows you to tune the surround sound levels. If you are looking to give more focus to the front or back you can do that now.
The most unique feature of the G930 software is the voice avatars page where you can set a variety of different voice types to your microphone. In combination with the side buttons you can turn these on and off on the fly to mess with people in game.
In the end you get more of the same Logitech Gaming Software that we have seen over and over in the past. That isn’t a bad thing though considering how well the software works.