Summary: While this guy does get the job done, you'll immediately notice the lack of weight it has when compared to rock band's pack-in mic. Unless you are the perfect distance from the pop filter, it has a difficult time registering your pitch; you will often fail out of a song if you show too much finesse.
Summary: They put too much work into the endurance of the pedal that they forgot to check if it even picks hits ! It only picks up if you literally SMASH your foot into it with all your power .. the only reason I gave it 2 stars and not 1 is that I was able to get it to do the job after opening it up and adjusting the placement of the sensor , changing some materials and gluing new plastic components. Basically I had to rebuild this whole thing, I only got the sensor out of it.
Summary: Works perfectly with my Medeli eDrum set. Setup was very easy and intuitive. It sure met my expectations. I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to turn their drumming skills up to eleven!
Summary: I don't know what it is supposed to do when it works (if you are supposed to here your voice coming out of the tv, or see the score increase with the right notes), but nothing happened. I tried both USB ports on the Wii, and it did not even acknowledge it. It may as well been a hairbrush that my kids were holding. I am returning this, and having them use a hairbrush instead. The sounds and results will be the same.
Summary: I just can't seem to find anything good to say about this mic. It's just a scratchy sounding and terrible piece of peripheral. I don't expect this mic to be a real, professional mic worthy of the studio. But I do expect it to perform for the Rock Band game and Karaoke games a bit better than my experience. C'mon Logitech! You're better than this!