Summary: I have had the Logitech G330 headset for approximately 2 years, and they have been a fine headset with the exception of a couple issues that eventually led to their downfall. The adhesive used in the construction of the headphones do not stand up to temperatures in the mid 90s, which in any home in...
Pros: Had this set for exactly 2 years now. Mic still works.
Cons: Sound cuts in and out when I use the volume controller. Really bad junk design, flimsy plastic band snapped in in half about a year after owning these and being extraordinarily careful with them. I got my moneys worth though.
Summary: While the interior parts seem to be of decent quality, the overall build of this headset leaves a lot to be desired. I would recommend this if it is ever on discount for 20 to 25 dollars. I feel as if it is a good buy at that price point, but at what they are asking? Too much.
Pros: The sound quality was initially pretty high. A very adequate headset. It got rid of the reverb problem I was having with my previous headset completely, the bass was all good, and so on.
Cons: Flimsy material. After five months, the headband simply snapped in half. I am typing this with a two-part headset around the back of my head. When I first got it, it took a week or two before I could wear it comfortably. Before that, it was constantly on my mind as something I had on my head, and...
Summary: I'm glad it's listed as "Out of Stock" at the time of this review as this unit is not worth $50. I'm also glad that I bought mine using a gift card instead of wasting my own money.
Pros: Fairly comfy, bought it mostly because it wraps around the back of my head and came with a built in mic
Cons: Let's see here... the USB dongle isn't useful. Sound and mic are rather muted unless you hook straight into the standard jacks. The earpads wear out rather quickly. The inline volume remote is so cheaply made that it will actually interfere with the sound, dropping it lower than expected and some...
Summary: So would I recommend this overall? Yes, definitely for the price rang. Just treat it gently and do not stretch the back curve. I don't mean do not extend it out but don't... stretch it. That back curve holding the two ear pieces is pretty weak. It feels kinda solid but it is flimsy.
Pros: Good sound. I'm not a sound expert but I really liked the bass and everything sounded just fine on the headset. The mic is really nice and clear.
Cons: The back curve snapped, I duct tapped it and its all good but that was an annoyance. Do not stretch the headset very much, open it up as much as you comfortably can. I was very gentle yet after maybe 3 months or more it snapped in half lol. The headphones took a little getting used to as they do ...
Summary: They did end up lasting me quite awhile so not too bad overall.
Pros: Comfy, doesn't hurt to wear them over glasses. Mic is good. Sound is good for awhile.
Cons: Sound starts cutting in and out after awhile where only 1 side or the other will work. My fiance and I have the same head set and both eventually developed this problem. Plugging earbuds into the adapter instead of the headset fixes this so its definitely the headset that is faulty.
Comfortable and good product, but might crapped out
Edward E., Newegg
23 November 2012
Pros: Really comfortable, good sound quality, mic picks up sound pretty well. In-line volume and mic control is nice.
Cons: Mine started crapping out after about a year and half, with sound in the right ear cutting out every once in a while, or getting crackly when I adjust the volume. This might be due to something I did, or how I stored them, so I can't really rate the product too low. However, it would be nice if t...
Summary: If you're looking for a budget headset this is a great find, but I feel the design could have been bulked up a little to make them less flimsy. If you're looking for amazing sound to would not be my first choice, it was decent for a $40 headset but you get what you pay for in the end.
Pros: Lightweight and comfortable. Mic and sound quality are as good or better than I expected on a $40 headset. Wore these for long periods of time with no discomfort
Cons: Durability is my only major gripe. Picked these up the desk this morning and the back snapped right in half making them unusable.
Summary: It's not the best headset I've owned but it got the job done and never broke. It satisfied my needs as a temporary headset and that's all there is too it. Though I have to say that it sits on the shelf and when it is needed by my friends when they come over, they usually gripe over the fact that...
Pros: I bought this from best buy a couple years back from best buy and it got the job done. It's easy to use and compatible with my PS3 and all my PCs. Others hearing me say that the quality of my voice is very nice compared to other commonly used devices on PS3. A very nice and simple headset.
Cons: I only have two cons when it comes to this headset. The speakers are not very loud, (yes enough to cost it an egg). I usually have to be in a quiet room to hear another person's voice or have to push the speaker hard against my ear to hear. The second is the feel of the headset. After about an ho...