Summary: Currently this is my headset of choice, its a good headset for the money and compares well in sound quality to much more expensive headsets. I much prefer the behind the head style of this headset but others may prefer the over the top style. I use these as my everyday headset for Skype and Google Voice and would recommend. Had to knock off one star because there is some heat build up after prolonged wear, but this is too be expected.
Pros: Good sound quality, and choice of standard input devices or usb connection. Behind the ear.
Cons: Padding causes quite a bit of heat to build up on your ears, Quite large, not for people with tiny heads.
Summary: So I have been using these for over 2 weeks now, and have finally decided to give my review. I'm writing this as unbiased as possible and will try to hit the main points "featured" with this product. Comfort: Everyone talks about how comfortable these are, but many may be disappointed. True, they are very lightweight and do not produce much pressure anywhere, except for one place. This happens to be right where the plastic rests on top of the ear.
Excerpt: This a starter range, beginner, entry-level gaming headset for gamers who want an average sound with a pretty good microphone but best of all, a really lightweight and colorful design. First, I’m going to talk about the fit for these headphones. It features an adjustable headband. It basically got this little metal thing that pulls out to adjust to how wide your head is. It sits on the ears fine and it has a nice curve design to it that allows it to curl around your ear.
Really nice, comfortable, and overall great headset
Sam Clemens "Freshshopper", Amazon
26 March 2010
Summary: I just recently bought this headset for my Windows 7 Laptop on which I play games. I use this mic quite a bit, sometimes for extended periods of times. It is very comfortable - at times my tops of my ears can start hurting [where your ear goes between the speaker/headset], but this is only after maybe ~3-4 hours of wearing it. Even still, it is light, not bulky, and comfortable. The quality is nice, there is great cord management.
Summary: As a relatively old school gamer, I'm more into splitscreen offline coop than the crazy kids these days, but even so I nonetheless enjoy the occasional foray into online mayhem. A necessary requirement for such shenanigans is a good, dependable headset -- and the Logitech G330 fits the bill nicely.
Summary: I have had a previous Logitech headset which goes round the back of the head. It broke and so I chose this gaming headset as I prefer to have the strap round the back of my head rather than over the top of the head. This headsets appears to be a lot more comfortable and more robust than the last headset. It has a reasonably long USB plugging cable, allowing for putting in the back of the PC.
Summary: I bought this headset in July, so I have had it just nine months but the bar between the two ear phones has come apart and snapped, making the set more or less useless. I bought this type as I like the behind the head fit, and I still give it four stars as for the first nine months has worked perfectly, with good sound and clear mic.