06-05-2011 10:54 AM
I know this has been posted before, but I cannot find any threads with a solutions for these problems.
Using stereo in most games results in louder sound from the right earphone than the left. Too annoying to play like that. When I switch to surround I get a tinny, low quality echo on top of everything. That happens regardless of what application I'm in.
I've heard that it is a software issue and a driver update could fix these problems. As far as I can tell, other people have been complaining about these problems since mid 2010. Are these problems going to be fixed, or do I need to return my headset?
I have always had such good experiences with Logitech hardware, so I hope this isn't permanent.
06-05-2011 01:09 PM
For the stereo problem, make sure all the settings are fine in the G930 software:
If the settings are fine and you can't figure out the cause, you can just change it to even it out (make the right speaker's volume lower).
As for the surround problem - I don't know, really. I don't experience this problem with my G930's. You may have a defective unit, or maybe the surround doesn't work for you... (being simulated surround sound, it does not work for everyone)
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06-05-2011 01:44 PM
When all my settings are set to 11 I get a bunch of static from the bass and everything. I keep the bass at 9, and everything else at 10. I can keep my sound quite loud and even go higher, and still have great thumping bass.
But I still have the problem I described before. And I think it may be too late for me to return the headphones actually. I figured it was a known problem since I've seen a bunch of complaints about it on the internet.