Reviews and Problems with Logitech ClearChat Comfort USB
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Matthew P., Newegg
19 December 2013
Summary: Only way to make it work for games is thru Nvidia Control panel by disabling HDMI sound. Headset will work until you restart your PC and then it will not work with games at all no matter what setting you change. Pass on this if you are a gamer. It is cheap but worthless for gaming.
Pros: Clear sounds.
Cons: Logitech has no driver support for this product. It will not work with games consistently.
Summary: I am very fortunate that my company provides these for me to work with, as I have gone through four headsets in the past 12 months. The issue is typically poor quality in that the microphone will go out. On two of them the earphones have gone out on me.
Cons: I followed the directions for connecting to a Windows XP machine but Windows doesn't recognize my head set. It just churns looking for something, ( a driver perhaps?). I went on the Windows site and Logitech looking for a downloadable driver, but neither site has one available. Any ideas about ho...
Summary: Out of every logitech head sets i have bought (around 10 of them) the longest there headsets lasted was about 6 months most of them last 3 months i have never been hard on a single set but every one of them the right ear piece has gone out do to shotty wireing by the control switch i have tried to...
Pros: cant think of any
Cons: last about two to three months if your lucky
Cons: Died on me in under 6 months. Got a replacement from logitech without sending the dead one in, and no questions asked and that died in under a month. They upgraded me to a B530 no questions asked and that started giving me problems after a few months. This time they wouldn't issue a replacement u...
Summary: DONT BUY THIS. This headset has no longevity and WILL break after a few months of use. This is the same thing that happened to my previous Logitech headset as well. As a person on a budget I cant buy a headset thats over 50 bucks. I thought Logitech was the brand to buy.
Pros: Appeared as a nice comfortable to wear headset which sounded great with music and with games.
Cons: After approximately 6 months of ownership, it appears as if there is a short in the cord somewhere. When plugged in it acts as if it is being plugged in and unplugged very quickly, or appears to not be plugged in at all. This is not an issue with any usb ports as I have tried all the available on...
Excerpt: I had researched for six months for a new headset with microphone. Hoped for a Usb one with great plug and play so I also use it in the local library. Sadly the microphone arm did have the reach I wanted and it did not pick up my voice without moving the the earphones to my cheek frist.
Cons: Expensive, Performance, Sound Quality, Design, it crashed my speakers