Excerpt: My setup is one desktop and one laptop. I have an AB switch and they both connect fine via the dangle. Bluetooth does not pair to my Panasonic Bluetooth phone. Open a case with Logitech and got no response.
Summary: I couldn't get the bluetooth capability to work, so I had to use the doggle included, which was unfortunate as I had built in bluetooth and did not want to waste a USB port. It is a nice headset though.
Excerpt: Overall I am satisfied with the price performance of this product. Easy to install with both the wireless adapter and Bluetooth capabilities included. Product, however, is very tight to wear and is very hot on your ears.
Summary: Had I researched them more thoroughly, I might have bought another product. This is the first logitech device that's really let me down in such a big way.
Pros: Functional enough for VOIP, fairly comfortable. Easy set-up. Decent battery life.
Cons: Not for audiophiles. The receiver/transmitter pair has JUST enough bandwidth to perform it's job, so if you are talking and listening simultaneously and the USB bus is taxed at all, you're probably going to hear crackling over the right or both channels.
Summary: USB cable stopped providing a charge to the headset after a few months. I thought it was the battery at first but I swapped the cable and now it charges up fine. If you care about privacy, keep the output volume low.
Pros: Wireless, decent range. Holds charge for several hours.
Cons: Shabby USB cable for recharging, broke in a few months. If sound is loud enough people can hear what your contact is saying or what you're listening to.
Summary: If these were a little larger with pads around the ears, then it would not be painful at all. But the padding is so thin that after a few hours you really feel it. Lost connection to the dongle once, had to unplug dongle from USB and plug back in and the headphones connected reliably again.
Pros: Quality Sound. 20 ft Range. Avg 5.5 hrs on battery. Can still use while charging. Awesome Price. Reliable. Automatic Install.
Cons: Thin foam padding hurts edges of ears after a few hours and must be readjusted on ears to move pressure point from one part of ear to another. My ears have gotten tougher over the past few weeks though and it doesnt hurt as much.
Excerpt: My first set of wireless Bluetooth headphones.Sound is very good and the Bluetooth connect ability is good.Loudness is ok, you can't blow your eardrums out with these.I don't use the mouth piece so can't review.They fold up for storage (would have liked a drawstring bag for the price paid).Wouldn't...
Excerpt: It works OK. First weekend I used it I paired it as a bluetooth with my iPhone and the party on the other end of the call could not hear a thing I said, so I disconnected from the bluetooth. That part of functionality is not very strong. The headset works well when at my desktop.
Summary: Signal distance is about 7-8 meters, with 2 light walls, which i feel okay. I am very dissapointed with the structure of headset. Didn't even think that they really sell this flimsy at the price i paid. I had wireless Creative headset which felt a lot firmer and still it broke up easily.
Pros: Good sound, light, good mic.
Cons: This headset have flimsy touch. I am worrying that i break these accidentally, especially if wearing while laying on bed. Also these are not pressing enough against head: if i turn my head quickly these are in danger to drop off my head. Especially, if i press my head forward and down, these sure...
Buy it as a Bluetooth device...not so good for PC......
4 December 2013
Summary: Well , It performs very good as a Bluetooth device on my Samsung Galaxy S4, Excellent performance for listening to music but pretty average on voice and viber calls. The real Cons are with its mini RF receiver which is meant for PC... The audio quality is poor..