Reviews and Problems with Logitech USB Headset H530
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Good mic for online gaming
21 February 2014
Summary: Pretty good headset. I've always bought Logitech headsets and have never been let down. I had my last one for about 3 years, it got stepped on and broken last month. I use this for online gaming ( ps3) I've had zero technical issues out of it. The only thing that really bugs me is it isn't that comfortable after about an hour or two. I tend to have it only on one ear at times. Good mic quality and I can hear others loud and clear.
Summary: Been using this for a year or so and it works great, very good sound for then price. Although the ear covers are not very comfortable. They're small and the foam inside is quite hard. But fine for using on Skype,I have some proper headphones for listening to music with.
Summary: I had the MSN headset for messenger which was terrible. In comparison, this is much better quality audio, the speech recognition with Dragon actually works, and it is comfortable to wear. A good product.
Summary: Really pleased with this purchase. I've always had great experiences with Logitech products and this is no exception. My only slight negative is that the headset is somewhat smaller than I expected from the image. So the earphones do not enclose your ear but sit on them. That said they're still very comfortable and I use them for long periods while wearing glasses.
Summary: I bought this headset a few months ago and it is working very well. The microphone is good and easily muted using the button on the ear. The speakers are great for conversations and fairly good for music. So if you're looking for a headset for work purposes this is great. If you're looking for one for occasional meetings and mostly listening to music then I'd look elsewhere.
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).