Reviews and Problems with Logitech USB Headset H530
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great update to the range
Matthew Whyndham, Amazon
2 August 2012
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.
If you have been looking for a really good USB headset
2 August 2012
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.
Summary: I occasionally use Skype for location-based radio broadcasts, so I was looking for a low-noise quality-sounding headset at a competitive price. I surveyed the market and this Logitech model appeared to fit the bill and was reasonably priced, so I decided to try it out.
Summary: I purchased this headset for use with Skype and the sound quality is good - the plug and play USB is great but when you wear them for a few hours on a long call they become heavy and uncomfortable on the ears - shame.
Summary: I did a fair bit of research before I settled on this headset. Took a bit of a gamble as they had just been released but based on recommendations from colleagues and other reviews of Logitech headsets I went for it. Couldn't be happier with the purchase.
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.
Summary: Ordered H530 received the H540 - Prices were also different. In communication, was advised the H530 was obsolete. Received a speedy refund of difference in price. Product itself is as described and works well.
Summary: Very pleased with this headset after suffering with previous quality issues with other headsets. The sound quality and microphone is excellent. I use this for internet calls only. I don't have any more conversations about 'Can you hear me?', 'can you hear me now?......