Reviews and Problems with Logitech Premium Stereo Headset
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Jesse K., Newegg
30 July 2008
Summary: in my opinion stereo headsets dont get much better until you start spending some bucks. If you need a headset that will deliver an all around experience, and dont want to spend too much ... you have found them in these.
Pros: This headset is durable, has a great mic, and has sound that is as good as any other at this price point. an extra mic on/off switch is always welcome, and handy in live meetings if you have a little itch in your throat ;)
Cons: its a bit bulky in my laptop bag, and the volume dial/mic on off switch is a little clumbsy sometimes. but how can you fault the headohones for the space available in my bag?
Summary: From the looks of it, I thought it looked like a pretty deacent headset. But I was wrong :( Definately spend about $20 more and go for a better one. ps. i only use headsets strictly for fps gaming so yea... i'm ending up buying a $50 one now =\
Pros: It's a durable headset. Out of the price the sound is mediocre.
Cons: Many: The sound is average although i'm an fps gamer and in cod4 or w/e game, you can't distinguish where the other guy is (i.e in front or back, side). Even with volume on max. The mic is pretty bad, I have to bend the mic closer to my mouth so people can hear me loud and clear on vent or ts. Wi...
Summary: For the price, doubt you'll be able to beat it.
Pros: Much more comfortable than the behind-the-head headset (also a Logitech) that I had been using. People claim they can hear me better with this headset too, though no one complained about the old one, so the mic issues that others mentioned are apparently not an issue.
Cons: All sounds seemed to be "coming sort of from the right". So I went into the Windows Control Panel and decreased the volume of the right speaker/earpiece somewhat. That fixed it. Didn't have that problem with my old headset, so I know it's not just my ears. A little bulky; doesn't fold up nice-and...