Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Headset H600
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Good price, poor packaging
James M., Newegg
20 February 2015
Pros: All parts as promised were delivered at a very reasonable price. As promised, the package was delivered in roughly one week via USPS.
Cons: The headset, cable and wireless receiver were mailed to me in a plastic bag which was then placed in a thicker envelope. No padding, boxing or anything else was included. So while it wasn't damaged beyond function in transit, it was scuffed up pretty well. While the price was right, I wouldn't li...
Excerpt: Product is plug and play and it works good for Skype etc but I purchased it for teaching a training class or for recording training videos with Camtasia Studio 8. The result was not acceptable, quality of recoding was poor.
Excerpt: Sound quality is good, but the battery runs down too easily. and if you forget to shut it off when not in use, it continues to run the battery down and so you have to charge it for 3 hours before use again. you can't plug it in to charge and use it at the same time
Excerpt: These headphones are easy to use and very comfortable. The main downside is the fact that everytime a Microwave or water runs the headphones crackle, pop, hiss and buzz. I use these for talking over Ventrillo, and I like to be able to clean and work around the house while talking to my friends and...
Summary: These are an average pair of headphones. The trebles are good, but the bass tones seem a bit cloudy. I'm used to them and the do a pretty good job, but certainly better than my laptop speakers. The headphones are comfortable to wear, and I often forget I have them on.
Summary: It didn't ship in a box? I ordered this with 2 other products and when I opened the Newegg box there was my laptop cooler in its own box, and my usb hub in its packaging, but the headset just came in a bag with the instructions.
Pros: Lightweight, long battery life, good quality microphone, built in storage for micro-receiver. Side buttons make it easy to adjust volume. A tone will tell you when its connected or if the battery is low, a handy reminder.
Cons: Uncomfortable. There is a minimal amount of padding protecting the ears. It pushes in on your the ears to stay on the head. Small. Although the headset extends as most do, mine had to come out all the way for it to fit on me and it was still uncomfortable. Okay audio. You can hear things clearly ...
Pros: This headset is very good for the price, It has great audio quality and can play audio a good distance from my computer.
Cons: However, I do not know if it is just the way my head is shaped but whenever I lean down slightly the headset comes flying off my head even when it is on the tightest notch. Another problem that seems to be a problem with most headsets is the pressure it puts on the center of your head.
Summary: I was surprised when the receiver died, but the AZIO bluetooth dongle I am now using has better range. I can now walk anywhere in my three bedroom house and listen to music or chat. As to comfort, I have worn less comfortable ones.
Pros: Sound quality is fine. Not like high end audio ones, but quite good for a headset.
Cons: After three days the dongle was no longer recognized by any of my several linux and Windows computers. Once I fugured out how to pair the headset to a bluetooth dongle, I was back in business. Note: Hold mic mute and up volume buttons down until light flashes quickly to start pairing.
Summary: I bought these and the speaker popped on the right side after about two months, and if you are planning to wear these for 1 hour or more, don't buy this. Especially Gamers, don't buy this! All I'm going to say is that there are better gaming headsets that are wireless for the money.