Logitech usually impresses delivering great value for the cost, this is no exception. I've replaced the behind-the-head, bendy-mic model which I wasn't fond of because this one has an adjustable over-the-head band and pivoting ear cups. Both reasons are worthwhile upgrades. Microphone is rigid (not bendy) which I like, swinging down to an appropriate distance to the mouth from either the left or right side depending on whichever the user prefers. Volume and mic on/off switch is in-line, meaning I can turn it up or down without going into the Windows settings. I've worn the headset for hours without discomfort, which is better than any previous I've tried. Set-up is easy, just click on the Windows Volume button and adjust the levels accordingly as well as turning on the Windows Volume "Listen to this device" option to switch on the mic. It's a great purchase for those who do not wish to drown out all the other sounds around them, like in my case it's helpful for when people around me need to get my attention but without me disturbing them from my booming gaming sounds. Logitech was smart to ensure the max volume is loud but does not distort the high-quality full range of sounds, although it does not play at 'The Who concert' loudness. For the price, I couldn't ask for better, but my dream headset would be wireless, noise-cancelling over-the-ear cups, and not have that foam on the ear cups that typically disintegrates/wears out after a few years. All-in-all though, until I can spend $120 on that Logitech model, it's a great purchase.
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