Pros: Mic works fine. Long cord is definitely a plus. The headphones still work fine but I usually don't use them.
Cons: The mic foam has fallen off but that's to be expected seeing as how I've had it for a while. The only issue I really have with it is the switch to turn the mic on and off. Sometimes when I put them down on my desk, I'll get feedback from my speakers like my mic is on even though its in the off po...
Summary: I have been using this model for over 18 months now, I think Logitech may have even changed the model number from my original, but the design and quality is the same. The mic on my original one was going bad by the time I got my 3rd one.
Pros: Behind the head/neck instead of the top. Inexpensive. Good quality for the speakers and microphone for the price. Mic cord is flexible and can easily be moved closer or farther away as needed. Speaker volume and mic mute switch is easy access on cord.
Pros: I've had one pair for about a year and a half, the cord is long enough to reach around my desk and into the computer with room for me to move around which is awesome. Sound quality is good, and the mic lasted me about a year before it went out. Great buy for the price!
Cons: The foam pad on the mic eventually wore through after about 9 months, but thats to be expected. Not a ton of bass, but they are small headsets, so you cant expect much their either.
Pros: I have had this thing for almost 3 years now. The foam over the mic has worn off some and the ear pads are wearing on the edges, but it works fine. I have no problems with the sound quality and they are very light. My mic works fine unlike some others have said. Worked fine when I used to play Wo...
Cons: The only con I have is I guess the wearing of the mic and ear foam pieces. It doesn't degrade the quality or anything, and it took over 2 years for it to be noticeable, but they don't look "pretty" like when I got them.
Pros: The sound was perfectly fine once I got used to the change from my earbuds. Not spectacular, but acceptable.
Cons: This headset sits on your ears when you wear it. As someone with big ears, in order to get the speakers in position, my ears were being pinched in-between the arms and the speakers. It actually wore the skin off a few times. The mic is not very loud. After turning the gain way up, I still was bar...
Summary: You could probably break this thing into a million pieces, throw it in a fire, then glue it back together and it would still work. (I'm exaggerating please do not try this.) Great headset for the price.
Pros: I've had this headset for about 5 years and still works like new. Super durable. Good mic and sound. They are light so they don't really hang your ears.
Cons: Ear soft things start to lose elasticity and fall off sometimes. The black thing covering the mic fell off, but mic still works fine. Mic boom snapped off when I rolled my chair over it but wires are still in tact and fixed with hot glue gun.
Summary: After long periods of wear, they can start to be uncomfortable on the edges of your ears, but if you are just using the microphone bit you can hang these around your ears and turn the mic up towards your mouth.
Pros: Inexpensive, decent quality microphone and speakers. Plugged right in and away it went!
Cons: Not USB- I as hoping to be able to divert only certain programs onto the headset (Ventrilo) and leave the rest of the sound on my usual speakers, but no such luck.