Overall and FV

Logitech did a great job with the G430’s. They stuck with what worked on their G35 and G930 headsets as far as shape and audio performance while making the headset something that more people could afford. Going with the bright blue trim and fabric won’t go over with everyone, but I really liked the look. Just like their previous headsets, the G430 was extremely comfortable for both short and long term use making it a great option for those of you who might game for a little longer than you care to admit. Unlike the last few headsets I have tested, I didn’t have any issues with size as well, in fact there was room to fit a much large head than mine if needed. If given the choice I would still go with the G35 or G930, but at the G430’s price point it’s understandable that you would have to drop the volume control built into the headset itself and the macro buttons. If you were on a budget saying a little money on the headset could mean more performance in game with a faster video card.


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garfi3ld replied the topic: #34330 04 Mar 2014 19:12
With the lan in under a week, a few of you might need a headset. Take a look at the G430 to see what Logitechs new headset has to offer.

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