Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Headphones For Ipod
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not that great product
Chrysan J. Lappano, Amazon
5 April 2008
Summary: Good things I have to say about this product: Had a long battery life, and nice range. I could clearly listen to my music a good 25- 30 feet away. and somewhat comfortable fit on the ears. Bad things: I was disappointed to find that this product broke within a week of me owning it. It did not have the ability to contour to my head, resulting in it eventually breaking in half.And, After trying to tape together it would eventually not receive a signal.
Great sound quality but FATAL design flaw. Buyer be aware.
T.F. "Xaviersx", Amazon
4 December 2007
Summary: Cons: 1. The deal breaking major flaw of this device is that unless you have a relatively small head, the stress of being worn WILL cause the nonadjustable plastic band to crack in the middle possibly killing it s usability completely. I ve had two of these Logitech for iPod headphones break in the same manner and after only a few weeks of use. Once a crack has formed, failure followed with a week or so after.
Summary: Well I bought it last year, but after 10 months or so of using it. It broke and is also uncomfortable when you wear it. It has a good quality of sound, and the battery life is great but it takes a while to find the blue tooth device.
Summary: I picked up a few of these for my family because we were intrigued by the idea of having some wireless headphones. We work out often, and being able to hook up the headphones, and leave the MP3 player safely locked in a locker or somesuch is quite appealing. While they worked like that for a while, we discovered they cracked. Quite easily. I believe as of this writing we have snapped/cracked all four pairs we purchased, maybe excepting one. Either way, a bad product.
Summary: I was able to buy these cheap knowing the headband could break easily. I though if I was careful putting them on and taking them off, I would be okay. Nope. Over a period of time, they slowly crack right in the center of the headband. The sound quality was excellent. Also keep in mind, they are not designed for the iPod video. You have to use an included adapter cable that runs out of the iPod into the transmitter.
Summary: I had same compatibility issue, since I've got a 30GB video ipod, and therefore had to use the odd adapter contraption. Furthermore, these headphones are kinda heavy and slid off my ears a lot. Seems like they tried to compensate for that by making the fit very tight, which made my ears hurt after 20 minutes of wear.
Summary: These headphones a great while they work. Unfortunately, my first set just stopped working and I got a free replacement but on those ones, the headband cracked. Overall, the sound from them was great. Also, the functions controlled the ipod really well and I would say that if you are very careful with them they are worth the money.
Summary: I got my set of these headphones yesterday, and charged them overnight. Today I came into work, plugged the transponder-like part into my shiny new v5.5 30GB video iPod albeit crooked because the thing isn't compatible, and was ready to go! Not so fast. It took a minute or so to get the headphones to "talk" to the main unit. OK. I got music! I can only control the volume with headset, however.
Summary: I have had my headphones for about 60 days, and two weeks ago the headband cracked along the back. It didn't prevent me from using them, but two days ago the battery in the headphones went kaput and now they won't stay turned on. The headband had been more tight than necessary since I got them. Otherwise it's been a good product except the volume and the forward and reverse buttons don't work.
Summary: It is a great idea, with a few qualifiers. I have found that the forward and reverse buttons don't function for my video ipod or for my niece's nano (maybe it would for a non-apple mp3 player?). I have to pair the device to the Ipod every time I turn it on. The bluetooth transponder will drain the ipod's battery even though it has it's own battery. Sound quality is decent.