Summary: I've owned two pairs of these, both of which now have snapped headbands. The first pair I figured was just a fluke. The second set though, as well as more reading I've done about these, indicates a manufacturing defect. Of course, Logitech will not replace after the 1 yr. warranty, so if you wants something that barely holds together until just after the warranty expires, get these! Then have fun duct-taping your headset together.
Summary: I'm still using this because I don't need to buy an alternative at the moment, but when I do shop for headphones again you can bet it won't be this with Logitech. I'm appalled at how much is being asked for this product- it's barely worth $30, and anything about $40 is just ripping you off. Flimsy design, break easily and have a lifespan of around 1 year.
Summary: The headphones are good while they work. They only last about 9 months. I've gone through 2 sets already. The headphones will eventually break where the head band slides to be bigger or smaller.
Summary: The plastic behind the head wears down and snaps. I had this for a few months and after that it just snapped. No complaints about sound quality, sometimes a little soft. But I won't be buying them again.
Summary: Product: Logitech Gaming Headset G330 (Black) Purchase Date: August 7,2010 Review Date: November 28, 2011 I hate this headset. The physical quality of the set itself is decent, and I don't expect them to break with regular use, but the wires don't match up. As others have said, they are very thin and apt to break with normal use.
Summary: Positives: ------------- + Convert your regular 3.5mm audio and microphone jacks into one USB. + Sound is loud, has really good balanced bass and treble. + Microphone is crisp and clear, great for Skyping or if you use Ventrilo. + Comfortable to wear for hours at a time. I play lots of games and on occasion I forget I have them on. Negatives: ------------- - The microphone (pink one) and the audio (green one) cables are VERY thin.
Summary: I use a headset constantly for gaming - I played World of Warcraft for 3 years and have played Lord of the Rings Online for 2 years. I spend 5 or 6 hours a day at the computer and frequently listen to music. The Logitech G330 is a comfortable headset. I wear glasses like the first reviewer however I did not find any extra pressure. I did notice the ear pieces cover a little more of my ears than I am used to. As a result they feel a little warm.
Summary: I had these headphones for about 2 moths before they broke and i did keep good care of them but in fact i was actually glad because when I wore these headphones I always got a pain at the top of my ears, they were very uncomfortable.
Summary: After reading all the favourable reviews about how comfortable this headset is, even for those wearing glasses, I decided to give it a try. I work on my computer all day and I wear my glasses all the time without getting sore ears but, no matter how I position the headset, with or without my glasses on, my ears get sore after a while (an hour maybe). So now I'm searching for another headset, of the over-the-head rather than on-the-ear variety.
Summary: Outre le fait que la qualité de son ne soit pas pas extraordinaire (ce n'est pas non plus ce qu'on lui demande), je trouve que ce casque n'est vraiment pas fait pour du jeu vidéo, malgré son nom commerciale. Il tient derrière votre tête, et ce sont vos oreilles qui supporte son poids ! Quoi de plus pénible donc? Ce sont plus des écouteurs de musique Mp3 qu'un casque de "gamer".