Very recently, my G930 has been showing it's true colours and started to not only have almost no battery capacity, but when "charging", it resyncs every few seconds. The microphone quality has always been absolutely crap, and it took Logitech until December 2011 to release drivers that automatically tried to resync until a connection with the headset was established (as opposed to requiring the user to keep unplugging and reconnecting the dongle and hoping they got lucky). I've decided to replace them on these points, though they have had a great run.
Now, many of the regulars will know i'm a bit of a Corsair nut. I've got the K90 and M60, 2x8GB Vengeance, 4xForce 3 120GB, and an AX1200. I've also got an 800D, though it's not in use at the moment. I've owned many of their products over the years. I've only EVER had a single broken Corsair product, and that was the K90 (which died after about a week but was replaced within 3 days under RMA by the supplier). Not only that, i've been genuinely impressed with the quality and performance of all of them. Not so much for the fact that you should demand quality, but the fact that they're consistent about it. Now, with my G930 going off to the great peripheral basket in the sky, i'm looking at the Vengeance 2000 wireless headset.
I'm extremely wary of ALL wired headsets on the basis that over the years, i've broken 4 due to the wires getting caught under the wheels of my chair. I broke 2 G35's and 2 Speedlink Medusa's because of this. Wireless solves this problem and allows more freedom for me. The Medusa's were my favorite as they had a very soft velvet-like covering as opposed to the vinyl or plastic. They blocked all noise from outside, to the point that it became a hinderence when i was being shouted from downstairs, but that's a minor inconvenience (especially when the bass on them was so brilliant).
I'm no audiophile. I play my music almost exclusively from official YouTube channels, but i do occasionally game and when i do, i want quality sound. I tend to listen to a lot of liquid drum 'n' bass, but there's sometimes electro or such in my playlist. The G930's had the game-audio just about right, but really suffered with bass. The Medusa's used to shake my head with the bass they put out (and without distortion of the sound), so that's a real key for me to set myself on buying these.
Has anyone got any experience with the Corsair V2K's? I'm only reading good things about them so far, but i want to be absolutely sure. They proclaim that the bass has been given special attention so as to not distort the mid and upper ranges. It's got the soft covering similar to the Medusa's, it's wireless like the G930, and it's Corsair. That's 3 points that should say "GO GET 'EM CHAMP!" to me, but i'm really just looking to see if anyone has any experience with them. I realize they're USB, that doesn't bother me.
I absolutely will not consider the V1500's on the basis of them being wired. For some people, it's not a problem, but for me, i don't want to risk it becoming a problem.
I'm particularly interested to know if there's any sync issues with them. With the G930, before the driver fix, i could sometimes spend 30 minutes messing about trying to get a connection. It became extremely frustrating at times. Since the driver fix, it'd automatically attempt to resync and that freed me up to do whatever else i wanted.
I'd also like to know how the mic quality is. The G930 was stuck at tape quality due to "wireless bandwidth constraints", and i've always used a desk mic because of this. I can't seem to find anything specific on it. It's a noise-cancelling condenser mic, and that's a fairly attractive choice too, assuming it's good. Don't get me wrong, i don't imagine it'll be anything near the quality of a proper £300+ condenser, but something that doesn't make me sound like a wartime radio announcer is fine.