Logitech Wireless Headphones
Logitech ClearChat Wireless USB Headset and Wireless Headphones for iPods
Here we review two Logitech wireless headphones — the Logitech ClearChat wireless USB headset and the wireless headphones for iPods.
A wireless headset is identical in its functions to a normal headset with a cable attached to it, however, a wireless headset is, as the name implies, completely wireless.
The great part about wireless headsets is that you can do whatever else you want within the vicinity of the computer, without having to worry about tripping over the cable of the headphones or having it knock something else over.
Logitech is mostly famous for their great mouse and keyboard products worldwide, but they also produce a lot of other devices for products and consoles and are expanding quickly.
Logitech ClearChat Wireless USB Headset
The Logitech ClearChat headset has a wireless 2.4GHz stereo-connection with up to 10 meters of range (32 feet). There is also no software install needed, you just plug it in and listen.
The build of the headphones are great, the headphones are padded nicely and the headphones are extra soft providing excellent listening comfort for longer periods of time.
The microphone can be moved as well and it has static suppression.
As the name already implies, the Logitech ClearChat is more for chatting, for example with Skype, than it is for music or gaming.
I've read some complaints from other reviews about people saying that the bass is insufficient, but when the main aspect of these headphones is talking to other people you shouldn't be surprised about the lack of bass.
For listening to music, it is fine, but don't expect high sound quality or transmission of great bass. If you want to listen to music, you will have to use a wired headset, since these headsets are made for listening to music.
The transmission from computer to headphones is simply better and more efficient when it travels through a cable than through air.
The 10 meters that the headphones promise are possible, without walls. Once you have walls interfering with the connection to the transmitter you will get a maximum distance of 5-7 meters, depending on how thick the walls are, or if there are any other things interfering with the connection.
Make sure that you also place the transmitter farther away from other electronic devices, as this may also interfere with the connection to the headphones.
The battery life for the headphones is superb and after recharging for about an hour you can continue doing whatever you were doing.
This is one of the main aspects why these kinds of headphones are not good for heavy users; you might be cutoff mid-sentence or mid-game in moments that may be crucial.
The headset also fit very well on my head, after a bit of getting used to, you can have it on your head for longer periods of time without worries.
The quality of voice is very, very good! I can hear the people I am talking to crystal clear without any problems. It is very satisfying to not be cutoff and to understand every word the other person says, even things in their background!
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Logitech Wireless Headphones for iPods
I'd love to tell you more about other wireless headsets Logitech have to offer, but most of the Logitech headsets are used with cables to ensure excellent sound quality.
In this case however, for an iPod, a wireless headphone is great since you are on the go.
These Logitech wireless headphones use bluetooth technology and can simply be attached to your iPod and then you put the headphones on your head, very simple.
They can play up to 8 hours of music before you have to recharge the batteries and you can be up to 10 meters from your iPod, although you probably won't be that far from it most of the time.
The sound quality of the headset is great and the bass is sufficient for the techno songs in my music library. The comfort whilst wearing it is great as well, even when using it for a longer time. The installation of the USB transmitter is easy.
Sadly, the connection to these Logitech wireless headphones via bluetooth connection is very unstable. You often have to press a button on it for a little bit so it finds the transmitter again.
Another thing that is annoying is a loud peeping noise that shows up whenever there is interference. I noticed this noise when in a bus heading towards the main train station of the city.
That peeping noise also comes when you change the volume or when you have no more bluetooth signal, which is often.
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In summary, I can say that with the choices available for wireless headsets from Logitech, you are pretty limited.
If you are looking for wireless headphones for your iPod, Zune or other mp3 player, the Logitech wireless headphones are worth checking out. They are great for on the go use.
For home use the ClearChat Headset from Logitech is ideal as long as you are planning on using it for chatting/talking to others, rather than listening to music.
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