Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Microphone
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Microphone itself is great but there are some issues
A. Dent "Aragorn", Amazon
5 January 2011
Summary: Logitech's new microphone feels very close to a professional wireless mike. It's of the proper shape, weight and well balanced and it should be the better replacement for the lesser microphones you would normally use with games such as Rock Band. Anyone with a gaming console such as PS2, PS3, Xbox or Wii and a 'music' game may find this to be a useful addition to their gaming gear. The good things about this microphone are: + It's wireless with range of about 30 ft.
I tested this microphone on my PS2 slim, PS3, the Wii and my PC - it worked on all of them!
The Matrix Fan "Video Gamer since 1979.", Amazon
5 January 2011
Summary: Pros: + Works on the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and Wii games I tried. + Also works as a wireless PC microphone. + Comes with 2 hand straps. + Simple setup. + Hollow base allows for cord storage. Cons: - Not rechargeable, runs off two AA batteries. - Sensitive on "Star Power" during Guitar Hero games. - Wrist strap is not adjustable. - No support for Singstar games - The box doesn't mention it supports Wii games?
Summary: I received this Microphone in the mail and was eager to try it out on my 360 and laptop. Visually there is nothing special about the microphone; its looks almost identical to the Microphone that was included with Rock Band without the wire of course. However, even though its basic looking it does not look (or feel) cheap. It appears to be sturdy enough to take the occasional drop without it falling apart.
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: Love the convenience of wire-less; no cord to trip up a walking toddler. Its performance is also louder than the stock mic that came with the game. Using rechargeable batteries with the holder as the charger would be a design improvement worthy of its existing price.
Summary: Really, there's not much to say here: it's a wireless microphone that works exactly as it is supposed to. I used it with my PS3 and Rockband (sorry, I don't have Guitar Hero) and it worked exactly as the standard mic does, but without the hassle of a wire getting caught on your friends foot while he's running around playing a wireless guitar. Yea!
Summary: I was very excited to try this mic out on my PS3 playing Rock Band and I had a great time. I figured out right off the bat that I have to have the system calibrated exactly so that my sound is not off at all as the mic is very sensitive to sound. The only bothersome part for me was that sometimes the mic seemed to have difficulty picking up the hand taps that come in parts of certain songs.
Finally cords free vocals in GH, Rockband & other USB mic titles
25 August 2009
Summary: This wireless microphone with USB stand and receiver makes singing in your favorite music game almost 2x the fun. The included 2AA batteries will run the unit for 20 + hours according to the manual and the 2.4 GHz wireless will read at a range of 30 feet away from the unit. The hook up is a very simple USB connection and power on mic button that is discreetly flattened to prevent any accidental press.