Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Headphones for PC
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Logitech Wireless Headphones for PC
17 May 2006
Summary: The Logitech Wireless Headphones for PC sound great, but some users may balk at their relatively short range and the lack of an integrated microphone.
Pros: Wirelessly streams audio from PC; works with any audio, including DRM and copy-protected music (such as purchased iTunes songs); easy setup; includes transport (play/pause, next track, previous track) and volume controls; decent sound quality.
Cons: Shorter range than RF wireless headphones; doesn't include microphone for VoIP and gaming.
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Pros: Decent battery life, Convenient with small form factor, Good wireless range, Flawless connection and setup, Works with nearly all media players
Cons: Uncomfortable to wear over long periods, Annoying beeps (low battery, track skip, standby warning), A tad lacking in upper-mid detail, No configurable options