Summary: Bought these to replace some "proper" Sennheisers that had been brutally assaulted by a Dyson vacuum cleaner. Only used occasionally for Skype so went for the cheapest trusted brand (and Sennheiser is) I could find. For Skype / VOIP cannot fault these.
Summary: Good value for the price. Works well and mostly well built. My only worry (hence only 4 stars) is the mute control slider button - it looks and feels really flimsy. So, I am not going to use it much, in case it falls off :-O
Summary: Great product for the price. Worked well once I swapped the leads around to put them in the correct sockets - there is no clue on the leads as to which is which. Probably not the most comfortable if you want to use them for any length of time to listen to music but I wanted a headset to use Skype...
Reasonable inexpensive headset however quality from microphone is poor - a bit weedy and lacking base
Chris Pay, Amazon
22 December 2014
Summary: Reasonable inexpensive headset however quality from microphone is poor - a bit weedy and lacking base. I decided instead to purchase the Logitech H250 which is a bit more expensive but has a better quality microphone and is more comfortable to wear.
Summary: These work perfectly as headphones & external mic for my Dell laptop (which supposedly has built in mic - that doesn't seem to work very well!) I use them with Sykpe and the sound quality for this purpose is very good.
Summary: Logitech is a very reliable company for the most part. Indeed, I find myself surrounded by Logitech kit. But these headphones are basically rubbish. They sound bad, and I find I have to fiddle with the headphone connectors to get any kind of sound out of them.
Summary: No complaints here. Clear audio and the microphone transmits perfectly, it cost me less than ten pounds and arrived the next day. Recommended for any kind of communication program, I personally use this for Skype and Teamspeak 3 without any issues.