Summary: I haven't had any problems with them beyond that and I read all the reviews saying mostly the same thing about the left ear going out, I've used them alot since I've owned them about two to three months now and I've had no problems in that respect.
Pros: It's sturdy enough for them to feel cheap and comfy enough for battery length of use. Depending on the materials and interference around your house you will have almost the full 30 feet of distance from the point of the receiver of reception. For the reduced price they are going for now a days, i...
Cons: As mentioned by most users the battery life is something that leaves you wanting more usually lasts up to 6 hours, which after then you will have to connect it to the charger if you wish to keep using it, it will charge slower that way unless you turn it off and let it charge. Another thing is th...
Pros: They do sound great, the volume increase louder withthe headphone volume control they are comfortable. The recharge time is nice. Also the sound quality is excellent, you could only acquire better with noise cancelling technology.
Cons: The headphones do start to hurt after about 3 hours only because they do not cover the entire ear
Summary: i bought these from else where for about 50% less (referb) and they work great, but the fact that i dont want to wear them due to the pain they cause really kind of defeats the any other positives. i am huge logitech fan and have since upgraded to the G930.
Pros: great sound / blocks out side noise rather well for not being noise canceling / led indicator for mute is handy / light weight for what they are / comfortable for a little bit
Cons: -if you wear them for over an hour or so, they might start to hurt your ears. this was the biggest reason, and really the only, reason i dont use them any longer. -i would like to have seen a usb cable to charge them. having to take up another spot on my power strip for such a thing is rather silly.
For anyone experiencing Wireless Interupption or Robot Voice...
Kalina D., Newegg
3 September 2010
Summary: Just be sure to plug it in to a back USB, frontal usbs can have more problems with power and mine was interuppting my wireless signal causing packet loss and latency, and also a robot voice whe I spoke. Plugging it in back, stopped the power loss and made it work perfect.
Pros: Plug in and ready. Just be sure to plug it in to a back USB,
Summary: first set lasted well over a year before becoming unusable, second set just a few months, tried a few other brands for the price haven't found a comparable set for everything other than the blasted left speaker issue. I have just ordered the third set.....
Pros: awesome headset, comfortable, clear, easy to setup, easy to use...mute, mute indicator, volume quickly accessable, wonderfully cancels outside sounds . Good battery life, rechargeable.
Cons: left side definitely has contact issues. cuts out, tapping helps when it first starts, caused sometimes when rotating mic up or down. progressively gets worse. logitech customer service......lol
Summary: Aside from interferences it works good enough. Quality is fine but nothing spectacular. I'm able to switch to the earphones in an application with little issue, although sometimes the sound will output from my speakers regardless if it's plugged in (and not in the headset).
Pros: Wireless, although you can use them with the charger plugged in as well, since the cord is long enough. Decent range and the headset comes with a stand for the USB key for easy removal.
Cons: Getting interference that alters the sound (sounds like a droid from Star Wars). It also makes annoying sounds when it loses signal.
Pros: Compact and lightweight. All controls are easily accessible on right side of headset. (mute and volume controls) Has decent reception coverage as you walk away from the computer. I use it for work to make calls from the computer. Used everyday. Works great.
Cons: Would like a longer battery life. Ears get sore after lengthy use.
Summary: Note: I previously owned the ClearChat Pro corded version, but after breaking the cord I forked out the extra $50 for the Wireless version. My first build: Intel Core i7-930 @2.8GHz Asus P6T Deluxe V2 Crosair 3x2GB DDR3 1333MHz CrossFireX 2x XFX HD 5770 1GB XXX Edition Corsair 1000w Half Modular PSU...
Pros: -Its Wireless! I can practically take it anywhere in my Town House and listen. -Decent quality. -You can still it use while charging the battery. -You have the ability to change the volume/mute the mic via buttons directly on the headset.
Cons: -Battery doesn't last that long. Being a gamer, playing for long hours at a time wears the battery out fast. -Quality is not great, no where as near as good as the ClearChat Pro corded version. -It doesn't go very loud. Max sound is ~40% of my $25 headset.