Summary: The above says it all. It didn't even work once so its probably best investing in more expensive ones. Apparently the person on the other end could hear a distorted version of my voice but I couldn't hear a single word they were saying.
Summary: Don't even bother. The sound quality through the 3.5mm jacks is terrible. I got it to use with voip, but gave up after minutes and ordered the USB version instead. (Logitech OEM PC 960 USB Stereo Headset) its a few ££ more but worth it if you want anybody to be able to hear you!
Summary: Although this was cheap I wasn't expecting it to break so soon. The problem was with the volume wheel on the cable, which sent crackled when turned and sent sound to only one ear in certain positions, and then broke altogether. I bought another headset with no inline volume control which is much better.
Summary: Cheap and decent headphones, but don't expect to get full out of them for too long. Just two weeks after getting these, the right side has gone mute and I can't get sound through. Left side works fine. And I've been using them on my desktop computer without any damage done physically. No idea how they broke down.
Summary: Well I suppose these could be very good headphones as they fit nicely and the sound is pretty clear ... when it works. Unfortunately, after two days the headphones began to cut out in one ear. Wiggling the wire would bring complete sound back briefly, but it doesn't seem to want to stick around. As I've thrown away the packaging I'm not sure if finding some other way to package them and send them back would be worth my time.
Summary: Headset ging nach 6 Monaten kaputt, die Beiden davor auch (wollte Logitech noch eine Chance geben). Logitech ist eine gute Marke (vorallem meine Lautsprecher sind echt gut), aber bei Headsets sollte man lieber zu einer anderen Marke greifen...