Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Headphones For MP3
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Yes mine's broke too but before broke, it worked great
Justin J. Lee "lagnarock", Amazon
30 April 2009
Summary: Personally I like the wireless technology and ever since bluetooth came out I was looking for good stereo headset. I used about 10 different brand bluetooth products and I bought this back in Sep 08, and it broke in Dec. before it broke, worked good(well.. now I'm using sony product and those are way better) except poor quality, another weak point is lower sound quality.
Summary: I bought these headphones to use with my TV. I have some hearing loss and wanted to be able to listen with headphones while others listened to the speakers. While it will not work that way directly with my TV (plugging in the headphones turns of the TV speakers), I am able to do it using my stereo system. I have been using them for about 2 weeks now. The headphones are comfortable for about an hour and then I need to take them off for a few minutes.
Summary: I purchased this unit a few weeks ago from one of Amazon's 3rd party vendors. I got a very good deal, but the trade-off was that it came in a bag with no instructions. I went to the Logitech website and got things going. The pros: 1) No wires, and the batteries last about 7 hours (I tried using them all day at work) 2) The sound is good enough. (I had been using a Shure e3, which finally broke for good out of warranty).
Summary: 1. Good Design - comfortable to wear 2. Easy installation - fast connect 3. I am using it with PC and radio 4. Actually around 7-8 meters you receive good connection and sound excellent 5. Hope Logitech to provide one with mic 6.
Summary: Okay, I know everybody is talking about the "design flaw" on these headphones, so I'll start off with that. Yes, simply stated, these headphones are flimsy. I have a large noggin (I wear a size 7 and 3/8 fitted cap), and I still own the same pair. How is that you might ask? Simply reinforce the middle of the headphone band with black electrical tape.
Summary: Bought these headphones to use with my online gaming without keeping everyone up late at night and they've worked great for that purpose. I just got an LG Choclate phone and it has Bluetooth so I tried to pair unsuccessfuly untill I read one of the other reviews on this site that said that they had paired these headphones to some other device using 0000 as the pass code and it works great with my phone now.
Summary: This is a nice set of headphones. The black and chrome color nicely matches my newly bought mp3 player. It's kinda heavy compared to wired headphones in the same style but it's only noticable if you really want to nag about it. It feels nice on the ears after a second it's barely noticable. The volume control on the right side is great the only thing it needed was stop/play/next/prev buttons and it would be perfect!
Summary: I initially bought these headphones to listen to audio on my Treo, but wound up not using them much since the extra effort of connecting the audio adapter + 2.5mm-3.5mm adapter was hardly any better than just connecting a corded headphone to the audio jack directly. Then I found a program called "audio gateway" that lets you stream music to BT headphones from the treo.
Summary: impressive audio technology (BT) with the volume control in right side... inner rechargable battery, good battery duration, analog input capable of any stereo plug-in output excelent audio quality... looks like a must-5 uh?... but there is an issue, and is fragility. Extremely fragile in the platic band... it can broke just by staring hard at it.
Summary: This Bluetooth 1.2 version has since been replaced by the newer generation, but the price of this model has come down by nearly $80 as a result. I've used them for working out in front of a TV (if you equip your set with an inexpensive 3.5 mm audio out jack), listening to iPod, portable dvd player in the car, and computer. Pros: The sound is quite clear and true, provided you aren't an overly demanding audiophile.