Closer look at the G930
There is enough cable so you can use the headphones even when they are charging so you don’t have to worry about the battery running out.
The headphones have a color scheme of black and orange which look pretty good together, as I said they are the size of Sennheiser HD555.
The left side of the headphones have audio controls on them, you got three “G” buttons that can be configured to do various functions although they are a bit limited. There is also a mute mic button along with a volume controller.
On the side of the left headphone they have placed the On/Off button and a also a switch so you can change from surround to normal 2.1 sound. The ear pads are noise isolated and also have a “ease pressure point” feature which makes them very comfortable.
I have used the headphones for awhile and been caught several times not hearing people talk (and my wife yelling at me!) so they work well and isolate sounds even at lower sound levels.
The headset can be made bigger and smaller to fit your head well, they have also placed numbers so you can make it as big on both sides without having to feel your way around if its ok. Smart move which I have not seen on other headsets yet.