Reviews and Problems with Logitech Digital Precision PC Gaming Headset
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Painful when worn long hours
16 July 2013
Summary: Because the strap is on the back, it doesn't support the ear piece on your head. Instead the strap weighs down on the only thing that's keeping the headset there: the pressure from both sides! At first, it doesn't bother me but when I've worn it for 20mins, I start feeling like the world is crushing down on me.
Summary: I've been using this headset for about 3 months and I can't stand it. The wrap around your neck puts pressure on your ears and is not comfortable. The ear cups are so large, you won't be able to wear glasses with this set on unless you rest the temples on the top of the earpiece instead of on your ear. The sound is ok and I like the volume control. I'd look elsewhere for a new headset.
This is NOT a good gaming headset. Makes a good torture device though.
David "D.J.", Amazon
30 September 2007
Summary: Gaming headset...let me see...I guess it's not bad for the money. Not too expensive but even then I don't think you even get what you paid for. Sure, the headset is atractive, maybe a little big but the design does call gaming. Thats about it. Sound its substandard commpared to other gaming headsets of the same price, and if you have moderate size ears like me, this thing will hurt them like a medivel torture device.
Summary: This is going to be a view point from someone who plays a few games, but I don't consider myself an expert gamer (yet). I play 2-3 games (COH, GW and WoW) reguarly. So I still have a lot to learn. I also use Teamspeak while playing. Fitting/Feel- I bought this headset yesterday, and I returned them today. They felt horrible. Stupid me didnt bother reading the package to know that these are "behind the head". But I figure I might gets used to it...
The mic is not good. The design is not very comfortable
First Last "softorama", Amazon
29 August 2006
Summary: The headset sits on the back of head, which is ok, however due to large ear rests it feals awkward and uncomfortable. I was not able to use volume control, as the headphones were only audible at higher volume level. The mic is poor. Whether you want it for gaming or just general purpose use, its better to skip this for something else.
Summary: I just bought these the other day for use on World of Warcraft, and I must say I am greatly disappointed. The microphone, for no reason, would cut out at times, and didn't have much sensitivity to pick up my voice at times unless I was cupping my hands around the actual voice reader. This was not a sensitivity issue with the program I was using, as I had the voice register set to max.
Summary: I bought this headset because it looked sturdy and had good specs for the price. Within 10 seconds of firing up World of Warcraft with these on (before even trying the voice part), I noticed that the audio quality was way below par. When you loot an NPC that has money, there is a kind of ringing noise like a cash register that occurs when you take the money. At least it sounds like that through any decent speakers or headphones.
Summary: I purchased these earlier this year, they began to fall apart within a two months. The sound quality on these was not bad, pretty decent for an open air set. The microphone also worked well, I expected the quality from the mic to be kind of low but surprisingly it was pretty good. Granted they were not anywhere near as good as proper mics, they compare well to the the mics on other headsets.