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Logitech H800 Bluetooth Wireless Headset with Mic for PC, Tablets and Smartphones
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- PC, smartphone and tablet headset: Easy to connect and switch between devices
- Rich digital stereo sound: Laser-tuned speaker drivers, built-in equalizer and noise-cancelling mic for crystal clear calls and music
- 40 ft. wireless range: Listen and chat up to 12 m from your PC-or pair with your smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth
- Six-hour rechargeable battery : Listen and chat longer with easy USB charging
- Padded comfort: Adjustable padded headband and sculpted ear cups for a feel-good fit
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- On-ear controls for easy computer and mobile device switching on the fly*
- Laser-tuned drivers and equalizer deliver rich digital stereo sound
- Up to 12 m (40 ft.) wireless range**
- Six-hour rechargeable battery****
- Adjustable padded headband
- Comfortable sculpted ear cups
- Rotating noise-cancelling boom microphone
- Fold-and-go design
- Works with Windows/Mac/ Chrome/Android OS, Bluetooth wireless devices and common calling apps*
Logitech Wireless Headset H800
Premium Bluetooth wireless audio for your PC, tablet and smartphone
Chat, rock and surf—with no wires to tie you down. Go from your desk to the couch to the office with one hands-free headset that makes your voice and video calls, favorite tunes, streaming movies and YouTube videos sound amazing—from your laptop, iPad, iPhone, Android tablet and more*.
*Some functions of the headset may not be supported depending on the tablet, smartphone and/or application. Windows users may need to install additional software, available at www.logitech.com/support, to improve music control.
** Actual wireless range will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions.
*** The headset can only connect to one Bluetooth wireless device at a time.
**** Actual battery life will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles.
Simple on-ear controls
Easy-to-reach touch controls make it a breeze to answer calls, change music tracks, adjust volume, mute the mic* and switch between devices like your PC, tablet and smartphone***.
Rich stereo audio
Enjoy crystal-clear calls and music thanks to premium laser-tuned drivers and a built-in equalizer. The noise-cancelling mic reduces background noise so you're clearly heard on calls with work, family and friends.
Long-range wireless freedom
Roam up to 12 m (40 feet) ** from your computer using the tiny leave-in USB nano receiver—or easily pair your tablet and smartphone with Bluetooth wireless support***.
Six-hour rechargeable battery
Chat and listen longer with enough power for hours of continuous calls or music****. Simply plug the headset into a USB port to recharge—even while you're wearing the headset
The adjustable padded headband and soft ear cups give you a feel-good personalized fit. Easily rotate the boom mic for best voice pick-up or up and out of the way when you listen to music.
The lightweight headset folds up like sunglasses when you're ready to hit the road—and fits easily in your backpack or laptop bag.
- Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
- Mac OS X 10.5.x or later
- Chrome OS
- USB port
- Works with common calling apps such as Skype, Google Hangouts and Yahoo! Messenger*
* For Internet calling on PCs and laptops.
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USB recharging cable
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|Highlight||Clear Internet calls with stereo sound and in-line controls||Enhanced digital audio and comfort||Premium digital audio performance and comfort||Wireless audio for your calls and music||Premium Bluetooth headset for your PC, tablet and smartphone|
|Connection type||Single 3.5mm jack||USB cable||USB cable||Nano receiver||Nano receiver and Bluetooth wireless|
|Noise-cancelling rotating boom microphone + adjustable headband||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Laser-tuned premium sound||-||-||✓||✓||✓|
|Volume and mute controls||In line||In line||On ear||On ear||On ear with added music controls and slider switch for changing from PC to a Bluetooth device|
|Works with Windows, Mac and Chrome OS computers||✓||✓||✓||✓||Works with tablets, smartphones and other devices with Bluetooth wireless audio profile|
|Works with tablets, smartphones via single 3.5mm plug||✓||-||-||-||-|
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Logitech Wireless Headset H800. Connect to your PC, tablet and smartphone; enjoy rich digital stereo; and listen and chat longer with a six-hour rechargeable battery - with no wires to tie you down. Some functions of the headset may not be supported depending on the tablet, smartphone and/or application. Actual battery life will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles.
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UPDATE: I'm not Dead.
First off, Don't ever do this hack. I would never want to take responsibility for you messing up your headset, or causing any other damage.
That said, I personally would never use a 10k resistor to bypass a safety mechanism. I choose to buy a battery with an onboard temp sensor: You can get one here: http://amzn.to/2tS9btk It's a Logitech L-LY11.
Since I'm not walking down the fashion runway when I'm conducting business on my headset, I opted for a larger battery with more capacity, and mounted it outside the headset using that frustratingly sticky "molded Velcro" stuff... 3M VHB I think. (do you still have to capitalize "Velcro", or is that patent expired?)
The notch in the battery cover is simply for the wire. If you did not cut the notch, you'd probably shear the battery cable with the cover trying to get it on nicely with the help of a vise and hammer. Ok, that was uncalled for sarcasm. Cut the notch. it will make life easier. If you mess up, cut another notch. just don't cut a notch through the part of the cover that secures the cover to the headset. See Image with red X's and green checkmark.
The plug from the battery is not exactly a mate for the plug coming from the headset. It will work, though you have to go slow, make sure the pins are lining up, then push HARD. It will bend and conform to your will. At least it did for me...
The new battery take 3x longer to charge, and lasts ALL DAY, usually. Unless the day is 12 or 14 hours long...
See additional images, study, and good luck!
This is the sad story of a company that once had fine customer service. It is not that way any longer, at least for me. I purchased the H800 headphones from Amazon in September, 2013. Within 4 months the headset would not charge. The charger head would go into the base of the headset but the light would not come on and the headset was dead. I spoke to Logitech and they somewhat reluctantly agreed to have me send them in for inspection. Since the headset was under warranty, it seemed to me that they would want to see what the problem was. 2 weeks after they received the headset they sent me an email. "Congratulations, your headset is eligible for warranty replacement." I didn't enter a sweepstakes so I was put off by the email. It took another 5 weeks and 11 emails from Logitech to advise me of the headphones arrival at the warehouse, of being logged in, of being reviewed by quality control, etc. on and on until finally the 11th email announced my case had been sent to shipping and I would be notified when the replacements had been mailed!
I did finally receive the headset. Like the first pair, they are more than adequate for what I need. I had difficulty adjusting the microphone so I could be heard adequately, but I am not an audiophile and for listening to music at the computer they were fine.
When they worked.
Unfortunately for me the second pair gave out within 6 months of receiving them.The same problem. The charger is not connecting and not charging the headset. I certainly wanted to know if I was causing this since I am careful with devices and equipment that looks a bit fragile, as these headphones do to me. I called Logitech and was advised that they had shifted to a new computer platform and therefore had no information on either the first pair or the replacement set. The agent told me I would need to provide the receipt for the original set and I would have to send them in and they would need to be inspected before a replacement set could be sent.
Firstly, I wasn't certain I wanted another set if Logitech couldn't answer my questions about the cause of the problem. Secondly, I needed the headsets for a work project and offered to purchase another pair until they received my broken ones back and then they could credit my account. No, he said. That was not possible. They needed to be "certain you didn't cause the problem." (all along Logitech had told me I had not caused the problem and indeed, I have read numerous reviews from others citing the same problem). I told him I needed the headphones and if it turned out I had been the one who broke the replacement set then so be it, I would have already have paid for another set.
Unbelievably, he told me, no. I had to go through the entire return process before any type of transaction could be made. I told him I could just as easily buy them on Amazon for less than Logitech was charging but it didn't make sense.
He then advised me that I probably would have trouble logging into my account or receiving emails since the new platform was causing such issues.
And at that point the light went on. Logitech is backing out of its obligations by erecting impossible hurdles, suggesting customer malfeasance and blaming a new computer platform for my inability to access my account. I received the agent's email which, laughably, told me I could check the status of my case by logging into my account---the account he had already advised me I could not access. I wrote back providing the year old receipt and telling Logitech I was not trying to score a pair of free headphones. I went on to say I would send back the headphones so that it could be verified that I did not break them. But, I added, I did not want a replacement. Not under those conditions and stipulations and implications.
I requested he acknowledge my letter. I told him he didn't need to agree with me nor defend Logitech's position, I just wanted to know the label was on its way.
That was earlier this week. In an amazingly brazen show of contempt, Logitech has not responded to that letter or a follow up letter requesting a reply.
Did I mention that I had called in originally because a pair of Logitech speakers I had just purchased from their online store had arrived and made a loud whistling sound when I first plugged them in? I called Logitech to find out how to fix the sound and was advised I would need to return them....that's right, brand new from Logitech and I was going to have to wait 6 more weeks at least to get them replaced. I never did send it the speakers. It seems that this delayed-turn around on new items is just another hurdle to discourage buyers from returning items. Did I mention I live in California, not American Samoa and Logitech ships out of California? Six weeks?
I only mention the speakers because it seems to me that if the Logitech product(s) you have work, then you might never know about this side of a once reputable company. But if even the slightest problem arises that causes you to have interactions with Customer Service, then I'm afraid this story will ring horribly true sooner or later.
I have read other reviewers who warn us away from Logitech products. I have always taken those reviews with a grain of salt since I had not experienced the same poor treatment or the consistently malfunctioning products. Now I have. And I realize even while writing this cautionary message that many of you will read part of it and move on to something more positive. Check out my other reviews. I like reviewing things I find that I like on Amazon and being a fairly positive person, I always try to find something to like in what I get on Amazon. Except when I can't find anything. Such as in this case. Good luck to you.
These lasted about 6 months before they started having issues. First, they would lose the connection with the receiver, and you'd have to use the pairing utility to re-pair them. That would initially only happen on occasion, so it wasn't a big deal. But then, the sound just started dropping out. The headset is still paired, as the control buttons still function, and even the microphone worked, but no sound. It will randomly cut out, sometimes for minutes, sometimes for days, then start working again. Same results on multiple computers running different OS's. This is a very similar problem that I had with the H600 headset that I had bought first, and when I reached out to Logitech, was told that it wasn't Windows 10 compatible and that this one would work better. 2 weeks and I've yet to hear back from them about this headset. I'm now convinced that Logitech products have gotten cheap and they won't stand behind their crap. I've given her a Plantronics wireless headset that I've used for years that still works...it's bulkier than she wants, but that will hold her over until I find something better. I won't buy another Logitech product.
Bought these for my fiance for work...she was tired of her headset cord getting caught on the armrest of her office chair and getting in her way. She says these are very comfortable, and they work well. It's hard to find a wireless headset that's not either really bulky or really expensive, so this fit the bill nicely. These are mostly used for phone calls, but she does listen to music on them as well. Music quality is lacking compared to some more expensive headsets, but isn't bad. Overall these are a great bang for the buck, and I would recommend them for anyone looking to use it to make phone calls.
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