05-07-2011 10:41 AM
Ok, i know due to reading another post that you cant link the G930 headset to an iPhone, however i was wondering if it was possible... bare with me here... you know that charger for the iPhone? with the Male USB on one end and the iPhone jack on another? basically linking the Male to a Double Female USB, with the bluetooth reciever on the other end of the Double Female... basically so that the sound would go from the iPhone, through the bluetooth thing into the Headphones... i know it isnt portable but thats not really a problem =P
And if that wouldn't work how about audio cable to USB, then the USB to a double female and into the bluetooth thingy etc. etc... its just i was hoping a headset like this would support it...
05-11-2011 08:48 AM
Ok, but what im wondering is why? does it rely on software only the PC can run? Because if it can give sound from a PC without installing software then there is no reason for it to not work, all its doing is transfering data, same as it would for PC...
05-11-2011 09:33 AM
I have read your query and unfortunately, just like oil and water, you cannot mix digital to analog.
The phone would be producing, and receiving, an analog signal and the Headset, because it is USB, would interpret a digital signal. Also, the iPhone would not have the correct drivers.
I hope that this helps in your understanding why the setup you proposed would not work.
05-11-2011 10:02 AM - last edited on 05-11-2011 09:03 PM by nanci
Oddly enough I've got to say wha [please be courteous]
The reason it won't work is software. You think that no software was installed on your computer and the audio still worked, this is incorrect. When you connect the device some form of software is automatically setup for you G930, albeit with limited capabilities.
The iPhone cannot use this software as it does not exists (and probably never will) and therefore will never ever support any USB headsets of any kind.
05-21-2012 12:06 PM
While you can use the headset "without installing software", Windows does install drivers for it.
10-19-2012 09:18 PM
I saw your response, and there are converters out there that convert an analog signal to digital. Do you think the headphones would be compatible with the iphone if I used one of these?
02-11-2013 06:53 PM
niga i once a met a dude who had no social life but could do ANYTHANG with phones including writing his own apss lol, I LOVE THESE HEADPHONES AND the clubs in the town i livein **bleep**ing have the worst djs some of em claim to play rap but it aint. I was thinking i wanna go with these Logitech g930 Headphones on and just jam to my dj pandora hard. Everyones happy lol n I stop complaining bout the Toons played. Haha Plus there wireless way better than my beats by Dres that would prolly come out the plug dancing it. IS THERE ANY WAY TO DO IT COME FORWARDS NERDS HOW TO CONNECT VIA IPHONE!