Reviews and Problems with Logitech USB Desktop Microphone
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pretty bad with win 7
15 November 2012
Excerpt: this is a great mic dont get me wrong, but you will pull your hair out setting it up, i had to go through reinstalling it many times through the maintenance drivers section and then used driver genuis and load it in as microsoft usb headset to get it to work, quite the hassle.
Excerpt: This microphone is a great alternative to a clip-on mic. It has a sturdy base so it doesn't tip easily and the boom joint holds positions well. I've had some cheaper microphones in the past that only had a few positions or couldn't hold unless in a certain range. The sound is good and it was recognized by my PC without any issues.
Excerpt: For general use, this microphone is probably acceptable. It's certainly a reasonable price. However, when I found that the microphone was not staying in position, I contacted Logitech. They provided me with absolutely no response. I was able to fix this using rubber bands. It looks little bit ghetto, but it works at least for now. As far as voice recognition is concerned, the noise canceling features of this microphone are limited.
Excerpt: I bought this so as to get a better quality for recording video. I wasted the cost of the mic since it produces NO BETTER audio than the built in mic on my laptop (a Toshiba). I am still using the headset that I was hoping to replace.
Pros: Easy To Use
Cons: No better than built in, NOT an improvement, Poor Microphone, Poor Sound Quality