Logitech Wireless Headset H600

Walmart # 550412151

Logitech Wireless Headset H600

Walmart # 550412151
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Highlights
  • Convenient leave-in nano wireless receiver
  • Laser-tuned speaker drivers and noise-canceling microphone
  • Listen and chat up to 10m from your computer
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    About This Item

  • Convenient leave-in nano wireless receiver
  • Laser-tuned speaker drivers and noise-canceling microphone
  • Listen and chat up to 10m from your computer
  • Customer Reviews
    3.5 out of 5 Stars
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    I am satisified!!

    I own the Logitech H600 wireless headset (as a gift from BestBuy) they work really well. I live in an apartment so I haven't tested the range limits as much. But I can go wherever I want or need to in my apartment & even outside the apartment into the laundry room, I am still in range. My 1st set I got for Christmas & 30 days later all of a sudden I 1 day I couldn't hear a thing. It was taken back to the store (manufactures warranty# & they replaced hassle free. Every now & then I do have to either unplug the nano wireless device or shutdown my computer to reset it. But overall I am quite satisfied. The sound is clear whether I'm listening to music or talking with a customer #I work from home). 1 more thing. I notice online these are $66 but in the store they are priced $59.99. I suggest if you buy these & they don't work well, take them back & try at least one more time, it's possible you have a defective pair.

    ATTN Chromebookers

    I bought these headphones to pair with my Toshiba Chromebook 2 with the intention of using the mic to dictate notes for work. As with most products these days a manual wasn't included, just a rather poor diagram. After doing some research I learned I needed to download the Logitech Unifying app from the Chrome Store. After doing this and inserting the nano receiver I was able to listen to streamed music, which came in nice and clear. However, when I attempted to use the mic for dictation, I could not get it to work. The next day I brought it to the Geek Squad and they had a hard time figuring it out as well. After we got the whole team involved the mystery was solved. To activate the mic go to your Chromebook's settings, click on advanced settings, scroll down to accessibility, click on Enable on screen keyboard and a little icon should appear in the lower right hand corner of your screen. Click on the icon which will feature a display with a small mic. Click on that and you're ready to dictate. I wish I could have found these instructions somewhere. I live in a two story town house with a basement and I can travel throughout with the headphones on with no distortion and the music sounding crisp and clear. I hope this review/tutorial proves useful to others.

    Good but build could be better

    I've had this model for years, before eventually having to buy a new one because the micro-usb port on it broke and would no longer charge. Even so the quality is great and you get your moneys worth for how long they last. Being able to walk into another room while not taking your headset off is nice. Granted, when I purchased a new one it came to my attention a few days later that the mic did not work on the device, it was hard ware related. I ended up returning it to the store in town for a replacement (which for some reason they are selling them for 60 bucks in store). The replacement worked fine but for some reason wasn't paired to the device properly, but it was easily fixed by going to logitechs website and finding the pairing software to do so. It was easy and only took a few mintutes and has worked great since then.

    Great for Work At Home

    I work as a customer service representative at home and I have to have a headset on for 8 hours a day 5 days a week. This headset was the holy grail of headsets for me because it is super comfortable and you can wait for a call and quickly pick it up no matter where you are in the house or office. I would recommend these headsets to any one. I especially love the mute and volume controls on the headset they are very hand in my line of work because I can move away from the computer like get something from the kitchen and answer the call while making lunch. Great Investment.

    Good Daily Use

    i was in walmart and seen this headset went onto the walmart website to see the reviews.... now the reviews told me that they were a good pair somewhat sturdy and lasted a good long time. what they didn't say is that they don't seem to get as loud as i would like but.... that being said they do get to a good sound not too loud to blow out your ears and not so quiet that you can barely hear them obviously i like them i did keep them... i am only a mile from walmart so running them back would not have been an issue. they have a good look to them, they feel nice to wear, they expand nicely the cups fold inward for easy storage. the cord that comes with to charge is a good 4 ft, you can charge the device while playing games or what ever you do. it tells you when it needs charged you will hear a few beeps and it is consistent so you wont forget. well hope this helps ya out and always youtube that is what i usually do this was a spur of the moment Buy lol.....

    Easy to use and quick installation

    I don't know what these low scores are talking about. For this price, you can't find another wireless headset that compares. Even some of the comparable wired headsets have a tough time trying to beat this product out. The only issue I had was that I had to pair the wireless receiver with the headset (and Logitech provides a free download for a wizard that can help). Other than that, it was self-explanatory: Charge it first, plug in the receiver, turn on the headset, use it. The sound was loud and clear. I just turned up the volume on the headset just enough to match with my usual 10% I keep on my computer. I was about 25-30m away from my computer before I had any crackling. I have a built-in sound card so these complaints about low noise seem to be user error. The volume bar is on the right side of the phones disguised as the blue circle. The microphone is very clear and does not thin out my voice like most other headsets do (resonance-loss is a huge issue in a lot of headsets). And it truly is noise-cancelling. If while talking there is some background noise, the other end can barely hear the extra stuff or not hear it at all. The mic is pretty sensitive but seems to adjust to the sound you put into it. Basically, you can't yell your microphone to death. **How to turn up microphone/headphones level: Right-click volume icon in system tray and click "Recording/Playback devices." Select the Logitech headset and click "Properties." Click the "Levels" tab, and adjust. Like I stated, I had only the pairing issue which was fixed in no more than seven seconds. It seems the other reviews are based on user errors.
    I'm very rough with head sets, and usually go through a corded set every 4-6 months or so, no matter how cheap or expensive they are. Invariably, the wire always breaks right where it connects to the head set itself. I bought this one last August, and 11 months later, it's still going strong. To the people having problems with volume, you have to make sure your computer audio settings are turned up at the source. I had this problem at first, until I figured out that my computers own speaker settings needed to be adjusted. I also use Skype, and found that I needed to manually reset the audio settings there as well. The speakers were too low, but oddly enough, the mic was set too high, and my conversation partner could hear my TV, set to normal viewing sound, crystal clear from across the living room. I have noticed that every great once in awhile, the wifi won't connect, and you have to unplug and replug in the USB antenna to "reset" it. No problem if you have a USB port on the front of your computer like I do, but could be a pain if all you have is rear ports. My only other concern with this model is that, once the battery finally dies, you cannot simply replace the battery, but the entire head set becomes literal trash, as the battery is "integrated", and once removed, renders the entire head set completely useless. However, I spend hours a day online, either in voice calls or chats, or listening to music or watching movies, and after 11 months of daily use, have only noticed a small degradation in the length of time a full charge will give me...down from around 8 hours to around 7.5 hours currently. Overall, I am incredibly happy with this product, and would recommend it to anyone who spends a lot of time online, or who tends to be destructive to the cords of normal corded head sets.

    Plug & Play Device!

    The Logictech H600 wireless headset is a plug & play device. Takes about 2 hours to charge up the battery which is built into the device. The included USB charging cable is around 4 feet long. Which might be a problem trying to use the headset while its charging for some people. I seen reviews where people posted the headset is not very loud. If you using Windows 7 just enable "Loudness Equalization" in the sound options in Windows. That will help increase how loud the headset is overall. You can just search Google on how to do this. While the "Loudness Equalization" will help with the loudness of the headset. It's not going to too loud where it could damage your eardrums. When the volume is maxed out on the headset it self. Once fully charged the battery should last you for around 6 hours of use. Keep in mind this wireless headset does not work with the Logitech Unifying wireless receiver. So make sure you got a used USB port on your computer. I can walk around 25 feet away from my desktop system. Be for I started to hear crackling sounds while listening to music. I could easy talk to my friends while cooking my self a meal on the stove now. I would recommend this wireless headset for anyone. That's currently using wired headset and keep running over the wire with there chair. I ruined enough wired headset by running over the wires enough times. lol

    Very good works great.

    Works great and everything I needed NO issues with the sound

    Uncomfortable For Long Use

    I really like the Voice Recognition feature of this headset, which is quite comprehensive. However, I am a PC gamer and it is not comfortable to wear for hours at a time. Not truly TERRIBLY uncomfortable, but noticeably so. The portion that you listen through kind of sits on your ears as opposed to cupping them, so outside noise minimization is nil. It does hold a charge well, I can hear others speaking in Ventrilo easily, and have not had any complaints about the quality or clarity of my voice being relayed to others. The recharging cord is long enough to connect while in use if I have forgotten to recharge it. It was very easy to begin usage - basically plug and play, and the program for Speech Recognition is excellent.
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