Logitech USB Headset H360
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- Logitech H360 USB Stereo Headset w/Boom Microphone General Features: Black color
- Comfort and digital sound in a versatile headset USB 2.0 and 1.1 interface
- Up to 8-foot cable length Adjustable headband and plush foam covered ear pads
- Noise-canceling microphone Rotating boom microphone Plug-and-play connectivity
- USB connectivity for Mac or PC
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Provides a lightweight fortable fit that adjusts to the shape of users headPlug into any USB port for a clear digital connection in full stereo?perfect for Inter calls music movies and gamesVoice and video calls made with Logitech Vid Skype 4.0 for Windowsor later and Skype 2.8 for Macor later sound so clearReduces annoying background noise and rotates out of the way when not in useQuickly adjust volume or mute the microphone
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Unfortunately my eagerness to begin the recording process was soon dampened by a steady hum in the headset as I recorded the first 3:30 minutes of audio. I played back the recording hoping that the hum was just an anomaly present while recording, sadly, it was still there. Next, I tried to listen to the recording using a simple set of earbuds. No Joy! The hum was still present.
I hate to return anything to anyone if it can be reasonably avoided so, I attempted to isolate and filter the hum utilizing my limited equipment and expertise. I finally identified the frequency range as being in the neighborhood of 200-250 hz. Unfortunately there was still a remnant of the irritating little noise that I was unable to remove. The sound quality was improved but, not enough to be acceptable to anyone listening to the recording-especially when the recordings are intended to be hours long narrations.
Near as I can tell, the audio quality for a headset in this price range was surprisingly good, better than expected. The same goes for the mic', the "sound canceling" was adequate for my purposes and the recording (minus the hum) was true. Who can tell though?!? I mean with that background noise constantly hovering around I really can't give a solid enough evaluation of the item to recommend or condemn the product to anybody.
On the bright side, Amazon returns seem to be a breeze. After a few moments I had a return authorization and a pickup day with the promise of a pre-paid shipping label from UPS.
So far the return process has been painless. I started shopping Amazon around Christ-Mass time and have been pleased with all of my experiences thus far. If there are any problems/negatives with the return/refund I will certainly update this review.
To boil it all down: Amazon good! Logitech products in this price range? Beats me! I am giving them the benefit of a doubt for now.
Despite my previous experience with Logitech, I purchased the H360 anyways. After doing some research I found out that it actually takes advantage of Skype's new codec. At the time I purchased it, there were only 3 headsets that did this, so that was a major selling point. I have made many calls with this and people always tell me that I sound really clear. Someone even said I sounded too clear. haha.
Since I use this for work, it is also important that I have a headset with great noise canceling. The H360 does not disappoint. I have tested this out and I can have my tv awfully loud in the background without the caller even noticing.
Another feature that another user mentioned was the fact that it works with your PS3. It doesn't mention anything about this on Logitech's website or on the packaging, but it works great. My PS3 even recognizes it as a "Logitech H360".
Now for my cons. I think this may be a personal thing, but sometimes it tends to hurt my ears if I don't have it on just right. This is definitely something that probably varies from person to person though. Another minor issue is the shape. Although I love the behind the head fit, it makes it awkward to set down on a desk. This is only an issue for me because I am constantly setting it down and picking it up.
Overall, I am very happy with my purchase. My only regret is that I wish I had waited a week or two. Logitech released two more headsets that take advantage of the new Skype codec and their design looks like it may be a little more comfortable.
These headphones arrived broken, the left speaker didn't work. That doesn't bother me, these things happen, but I was glad to return them anyways because they feel incredibly cheap. The ear padding is just a thin piece of foam stretched over the plastic and there's no way it would have been comfortable for long use. The whole build quality is really low and they have a lot of plastic creaking as you put them on. They don't even bother to paint the logitech logos which I know doesn't affect sound quality but it shows how these headsets are built as cheaply as possible.