Reviews and Problems with Logitech USB Headset H530
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Just what I needed
James Glover "Glovey", Amazon
25 November 2011
Summary: This headset is very comfortable on the ears and is made of a sturdy construction. I use it with a Mac and Rosetta Stone application running OS X 10.6 and had no problems with the setup, infact I didnt need to do anything. Once I plugged it in my computer settings were changed to use the headset for mic and sound output. Quality is really very good and is noticable when using skype, crystal clear.
Summary: I already had a slightly less fancy Logitech headset, and I wanted one like it so I didn't have to keep switching voice profiles on my SR software. Things I like: the USB connector houses all the processing electronics, other brands have bigger units. The volume control and mute is integrated with the earpiece housing. Oh, and an equaliser switch, again on the earbox, that has modes for speech (tinny), music (better), and game (best).
Summary: I guess you get what you pay for, The sound quality is v. good, but the microphone is not that good, which is important for me as I use voice recognition. Construction is fairly robust and inflexible, which means it does not fit as snugly as I would like. For the money I can't complain, but I wish I had bought a better set.
If you have been looking for a really good USB headset
15 January 2011
Summary: Then the Logitech H530 should be on your list of products to research. My old headset was in constant demand by my other half, it was Christmas and, all things considered, time for a new unit. The previous headset has shown a weakness in the head band and both adjustment extensions had put too much pressure on the band that goes over the head and the ends of the band had cracked.