I noticed it happened after installing the Logitech Software Suite. Those issues are with calling others, sending messages to others, receiving calls, and ending calls. This is for the G930. I've tried doing it for my G933, removing the software and installing an older one before August 2015. I actually went and bought the gaming Turtle Beach ones.
Hello, Was recently looking for a wireless headset and after reading reviews I went for the Logitech G930. I can record a video and post on here I hope to show you what is going on. I should also point out that Warframe is the only game where I'm having this issue; Evolve Stage 2 and Rainbow 6 work just fine, whether or not mumble is running concurrently. I honestly don't know how much latency is introduced through a wireless audio connection, but I know that for gaming the latency introduced for wireless mice and keyboards can be unacceptable. I remember throwing my Z60 receiver in the bin because it was even worse than this one. I considered returning them due to the volume issue but since they do turn way up i have decided to keep them. I seriously am going to go crazy due to this and I dont understand why.
The weird thing was that I only found this solution after searching 10 other forums, like this one, and no one suggested this solution. Originally posted by :it will be fine on startup, but the headset will disconnect and reconnect from the base station and after that it will be low Is there a feature called channel phantoming in the Logitech Gaming Software? I can say that cause I was one of them. If that doesn't help, change your wifi channel in your router so it is different from your headset one. I checked many threads on the net and listed out all the solutions presented by people and logitech reps. On the logitech forum I found the solution. I do some music production work, so I always look at audio from that perspective.
Now my volume is stuck at this ridiculously low level and restarts will not fix it. After follwing these steps, this should fix the audio in the right ear only and bass distortion! It works for G945 too Uninstall any current Logitech software. So restarting the game after connecting my headset works. Select properties and select the Listen tab 8. Is there a way to add gain with this device through software? Since the last update, my in game audio has been horribly low when using my headset Logitech G930.
You may have to play around with the settings and see what you can do to get things working. See if the problem persists. I have the system volume at max, device level at max in Playback Devices, and the G930's volume at max, and still in a lot of situations I can't get near as much volume as I'd like out of it. I strongly suggest rethinking your manners, that is if you truely are a dad and not some 14 year old who gets the jiz out of talking down on people on forums. See if the problem persists.
Should rip your head off, be carefull not to gain too much, to avoid destortion, perhaps play with equalizer settings, hope this helps some folk Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date 1 Jan 21, 2019 0 Jan 20, 2019 7 Aug 30, 2018 1 Jul 3, 2018 4 May 22, 2018 3 May 7, 2018 2 Jan 27, 2018 1 Jan 9, 2018 1 Jan 3, 2018 2 Dec 26, 2017 1 Dec 8, 2017 1 Sep 5, 2017 4 Jul 16, 2017 3 Jun 3, 2017 2 Mar 28, 2017 3 Mar 1, 2017 5 Feb 5, 2017 1 Feb 2, 2017 2 Jan 22, 2017 1 Jan 6, 2017. If so, try turning it off and see if the problem persists. Everything becomes quieter than before. Sounds like the headphones are simply underpowered. I really need to turn up my volume high that my ears are bleeding after a couple of minutes : Windows volume is at ~55 and I can't turn it higher due to pain in my ears The G930 has, so far as I know, no own volume-setting, so the volumewheel just adjusts the windowsvolume and nothing else. I had a turtle beach and those things got too loud. With a hard wire connection you can more easily place an amp within the chain to increase the output levels, and you never have to worry about having low power or needing to charge batteries.
Originally posted by :I've been having this problem too since the update. Happy troubleshooting and let me know if it worked for ya. This is the place to talk about Logitech G hardware and software, pro gaming competitions and our sponsored teams and players. Get a good pair of Senheiser or Audio Tecnica for some awesome sound. Older software available e but I can't tell you which out of the list to download. If it does not, it is not installed correctly and should be reinstalled according to the instructions that came with your specific card.
That should hopefully do it! Man - those headphones are just full of issues, relating to their drivers apparently. If only the headset lasted more than a month, I could have tested it. If it doesn't, then that was your issue. We're always aiming to improve and you can help. I've also tried removing the driver but the driver reinstalls itself when I restart.
It seems to be problems there as far as I can see. Many movies are about half as loud as I'd like them to be for instance, but I've yet to find any other way to make it any louder so far. But glad to say that i found the solution after some time spend and a lot of patience. Second is the volume control from Windows Control Panel Third. Thanks for the suggestion though. The problem was fixed, so in short, try and re-install all the Logitech software that has anything with the headset to do.