Summary: Good headset all around considering the price. I purchased these about 4 months ago and have had no issues. Has a long cord also(for better or worse). Sound Quality: I wouldn't consider myself an audiophile by any means, but for me the sound quality and bass are good and more than adequate for my needs (mostly music and gaming). Mic: Everyone I chat with has said the mic quality is great and can hear me loud and clear. Comfort: Very comfortable.
Summary: Great audio, friends tell me I sound clearly and that it is a sensitive mic that can pickup a lot in the background if I want it too, the length of the cord can be a good thing if you like it long ;) or can be a problem, and it feels comfortable sitting on my head and around my ears. All around worth my money when I was looking for a headset to talk to people over Skype and listen to music. I can honestly say this is one of the best Logitech headsets I've bought.
Summary: Amazing headset. I bought these because my previous headset - a Turtle Beach X12 - picked up this awful static / radio station / craziness from some radio towers near my apartment. I did some research and figured out that happened because it was a "powered" unit. That is, it plugged in via USB and drew power from my computer. This headset does not do that. It just plugs in with the little 3.5mm standard headphone/mic jacks.
These can sound like crap, or really nice. Info inside.
31 August 2014
Summary: I managed to snag these on a $30 sale a while back and didn't have high expectations. I've owned 3 pairs of Turtlebeach x11s, steelseries siberia v2s, and really have not had the best headset/microphone luck. I'm very into gaming and commentating, important to have a good mic quality on those fronts. And with the siberia v2's they would muffle my sound and try to equalize it with video game gameplay, which would make the quality garbage. When I picked these Logitechs up.