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  • Adjustable, behind-the-head design provides a lightweight, personalized fit - the first of its kind in gaming headsets
  • Silicone-lined headband and pivoting ear pads relieve pressure from extended wear.
  • Noise-canceling microphone reduces annoying background noise; position the flexible microphone
  • Connect digitally to any USB port for enhanced audio or directly to your PC sound card via 3.5 mm jacks.
  • In-line audio controls let you adjust the volume or mute the microphone without pausing the action.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 9.4 x 10.9 inches ; 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002I3OZB2
  • Item model number: 981-000176
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (501 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 6, 2009

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

From the Manufacturer It's late. The gaming casualties are heavy--but not your Logitech Gaming Headset G330. With its lightweight, behind-the-head fit, pivoting ear pads, and adjustable headband lined with soft, pressure-relieving silicone, you're well prepared for marathon gaming sessions. A noise-canceling microphone with flexible boom reduces annoying background noise and rotates out of the way when you're not using it. It's one serious gaming headset providing you comfort that won't quit.


Key Features

          
   Adjustable, behind-the-head design provides a lightweight, personalized fit—the first of its kind in gaming headsets.

  Silicone-lined headband and pivoting ear pads relieve pressure from extended wear.

  Noise-canceling microphone reduces annoying background noise; position the flexible microphone right where you want it and rotate it out of the way when you're not using it.

  Use the USB adapter to connect digitally to any USB port for enhanced audio or directly to your PC sound card via 3.5 mm jacks.

  3.5mm connection.

  In-line audio controls let you adjust the volume or mute the microphone without pausing the action.

  Microphone mute switch.



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What's in the Box

Package Contents
  • Headset
  • USB adapter
  • User documentation

    System Requirements
    Windows-based PC
  • Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
  • USB port or 3.5 mm jack

    Mac computer
  • Mac OSX
  • USB port
  • Product Description

    With its adjustable, behind-the-head fit, pivoting ear pads, and lightweight headband lined with pressure-relieving silicone, the Logitech Gaming Headset G330 delivers comfort that won't quit. A flexible, noise-canceling microphone reduces annoying background noise and rotates out of the way when not in use. Connect via USB or 3.5 mm jacks.

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    It has good sound quality, and has been very comfortable to where.
    koocanusa
    The only problem is that after VERY long periods of wear (like more than 12 hours) they can start to hurt your ears from sitting there so long.
    Rubah Latrans
    I continued using them and where the top right connects, the plastic came apart and had to use tape to keep it together 3.
    Chris Bailey

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    83 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Trent Steele VINE VOICE on October 18, 2009
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    With the G330, Logitech delivers a comfortable headset with surprisingly high sound quality. I would definitely recommend this product provided you're willing the spend the cash, which is considerably high for a wired headset.

    I suppose I'll discuss the comfort first since that seems to be the major marketing point for this product. This is the first set of behind-the-head headphones I have ever seen that are adjustable. It seems like an obvious addition, but a welcome one. Now even people with bigger heads (like me) can look at "one-size-fits-all" and actually believe it. For me, the major issues effecting these behind-the-ear type headsets is the tightness and sharpness where they hang on your ears. Logitech seems to have nailed down both of those flaws. The tightness is adjustable and the hook around your ear is not even noticeable. All I feel while wearing these is the foam on my ears, which is soft. In addition, the ear pieces pivot slightly to take into account different types of ears. So, without a doubt this is the most comfortable headset (or behind-the-ear headphones) I have ever worn.

    Now onto usage. The cord from the headset has a control box to allow for volume control and muting. On the control box is a belt-clip for attaching to clothing. It's light enough that if it's dangling, you probably won't notice it. Down from there on the cord, you'll find a velcro strap for neatly storing the wires -- a nice touch. And finally, the output plugs. These are 2 stereo jacks with embedded, color-coated labels for each to let you know that one is for the headphones and one is for the microphone. With these jacks, you can plug them into your sound card. But, like me, you'll probably want to use the provided USB adapter.
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    33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Computerdude1032 VINE VOICE on September 27, 2009
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    I'm a big gamer, and enjoy voice chatting while playing my games, and sadly, up until this point I've just been using an Xbox 360 headset for everything. Other headsets were either too expensive for what they offered, or were cheap and of terrible quality. This logitech headset is priced reasonably (only ten dollars more than the Xbox 360 headset, by comparison), but offers the a level of quality that I've only seen in headsets offered at triple the price. The microphone quality is amazing (people have actually commented that they can hear me more clearly now), the sound quality is amazing, and the level of comfort is amazing. Sure, it's not the best looking headset ever, but as a gamer it exceeds my expectations in every other category (which are the ones that count).

    If you're like me and have been settling with junky headsets for years, do yourself a favor and buy this logitech unit. You won't regret it!
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 6, 2009
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    The Logitech Gaming Headset G330 is a behind-the-ear adjustable headset with rotating ear pads and a swivel microphone. It offers both a USB and a headphone-microphone jack set.

    For people who normally use over-the-head headphones, it will take a little getting used to this style. Instead of the band resting on the crown of your head and the headphones sort of "hanging" over your ears, in this case the band goes behind your head for stability and the ear pads have little plastic loops which sort of sit on top of your ears.

    The whole setup is in general much lighter than over the head headphones. Usually they press on your ears as a result and hurt after a while.

    Logitech did a good job here finding a balance between light and functional. With the adjustable band you can snug it up until it fits closely, but the unit is light enough that you don't feel much pressure. With the gentle swivel on the ear parts, you can angle it so they fit against your ear. I normally wear Bose headphones when I need to use headphones (which isn't often) and these are just as comfortable for me.

    I was impressed with the sound quality. My normal desk speakers are Harman / Kardon and the headphones compared well, playing through the highs and lows of a full ranged piece of music. You need that kind of detail when playing many games, to hear the soft approach of footsteps and to appreciate the thundering blast of a missile.

    The microphone swivels out of the way when you don't need it, and moves in place when you do. A nice feature.

    For whatever odd reason, I couldn't get the USB connector to work in my Dell system. I tried a number of things and it just wouldn't play sound through the headphones.
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tinsley on October 14, 2009
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    I'll dive straight into the pros and cons:

    Pros:

    1). Lightweight - nothing like wearing circumaural ("full size") headphones.

    2). Comfortable fit - the arm that holds the speakers sits at the back of the head, rather than on top. The arm curves out from the speakers and fits very snugly over your ears, rather like sunglasses and is surprisingly comfortable.

    3). You can extend the arm easily to fit larger heads.

    4). Noise canceling microphone on a rotating boom - so it can be stashed away to one side when not in use. The boom has a nice smooth action and has a 270 degree range of rotation.

    5). A USB adapter - you can plug the set directly into your soundcard audio ports or connect via USB.

    6). In-line audio control with microphone mute that has a clip so you can affix the small box to clothing and avoid the wire tangling with your neck.

    7). Very simple - just plug it in and your done.

    8). Great for LAN parties too, due to it's simplicity and lightweight design.

    9). The microphone delivers a crisp reception and appears to discard a fair degree of unwanted background sound.

    10). You can wear these over glasses, but they will feel heavier.

    11). Good quality sound for the price. These will not deliver the knock-out audio that circumaural 5.1 headphones can, but they are the best sounding behind-the-ear headphones that I have ever used and I have been gaming for over 27 years! They will definitely help my comfort level over long gaming sessions!

    12). Great with Skype and an even more justifiable purchase if you want to be hands-free when making calls over the Internet.

    13). Good build quality.
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