Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Microphone
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Perfect for your Real Band Feeling
Dario Genolet C., Amazon
11 November 2010
Summary: this mic is perfect for Rock Band and Guitar Hero. It works perfectly both in my Wii and PS3 systemas and delivers great sound. I even use it with my computer for skype calls since it has better soiund definition that my webcam mic. Over all is a great USB wireless mic and has great battery durtation. Dont hesitate in buying it!
Summary: I've used this wireless mic for Rock Band on the PS3 for about 3 hrs now. So far it is terrific. The USB connection for the receiver sits right next to my PS3 and picks up transmission from the mic easily in my living room and doesn't seem to have drop off problems. Audio quality is good. Biggest downside: uses AA batteries rather than being rechargeable. Note: it's fatter than a reguar mic so you'll need a bigger mic clip if you use a stand.
Summary: This is exactly what it says it is. The only problem was that when it came it did not say it was compatible with the Wii only playstation 2 and 3. If you flip it over to the side it will tell you there.
Summary: I am a Rock Band fanatic. I play on Roland V-Drums, I use the expensive Logitech guitar, and I even own the RB stage kit! I have more peripherals than anyone really should. I have Rock Band Night at the house with friends once every couple months at a minimum. When my RB mic went on the fritz, I looked for a wireless alternative. I have always been a fan of Logitech products and was pretty excited to see this mic. The mic looks good and feels great.
Summary: I was getting tired of the dog nearly taking out my Wii with the corded microphone that came with Rockband so I replaced it with this. It was beyond easy to set up...It was virtually painless. Just plug the USB in and put the batteries in the microphone and it automatically synced. I tried it out and works even better than the Rockband one, it cuts out the "tapping" noises when you have to use it as a cowbell/tambourine during game play.
Summary: I consider myself a fairly proficient audio enthusiast. I spend alot of money on home theater and recording studio gear, all of which is top of the line. I also am an avid Rockband player. I have a pretty precise ear that comes from many hours of singing, playing instruments and tweaking sound in my studio with professional quality equipment. I realize that Rockband is a game and as such I have lower expectations.
Summary: Logitech did a fantastic job with this microphone and it works flawlessly on my ps3. The base seems to hold the microphone and act like the wireless receiver. The microphone also twists open so you can insert the double A batteries. So far battery life has been great, there has been no connection issues and I think it works better then the the regular wired microphone.
Summary: (used only with rock band 2 on xbox 360) My rock band factory mic broke so I thought this was a good upgrade option. However, this is what I found: - Wouldnt sync properly to the song--there was always a slight delay no matter what i did - had a tinny, "hollow" sound. noticably worse that the factory mic - overly sensitive and would capture too many ambient sounds - minor point: even though the mic itself is wireless, you still need to plug in a usb "base station" to the...
Summary: Setup was easy and the mic work as intended. Tried it with Rock Band Beatles Edition on the PS3 and the lag was minimal... completely usable for singing. The mic itself feels solid and well-made. The special USB dongle lets this mic work with all major consoles, which is great.