Logitech Premium USB Headset 350

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Logitech Premium USB Headset 350

  • Great for multiplayer gaming, voice command, chat, online conferencing and listening to music
  • Advanced digital USB streaming audio provides superior clarity
  • Simple USB plug-and-play connection
  • Adjustable headband delivers both comfort and versatility
  • 40mm neodymium drivers deliver big stereo sound to immerse you in your games and music


A cell phone headset provides a hands free option for cellular communication as you go through life’s duties.

Buying Questions

  • Does the headset fit your head? Or ear?
  • Are the sounds from the earpiece audible?

Binaural headset with noise-cancelling microphone and leatherette ear pads.The USB connection is truly plug-and-play, eliminating any complicated setup. Produces rich digital audio that is crystal clear. The headband and microphone adjust easily, and the boom microphone can even move completely out of the way when you want to just listen to music. Leatherette earpads fit snugly and comfortably on your ears. Features a noise-canceling microphone that filters out unwanted background noise.

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3 Responses to “Logitech Premium USB Headset 350

  • Review by Jerome

    After carefully reading reviews for many headsets, I decided to choose the Logitech USB 350 despite some concern about comfort. Here’s my experience:

    Sound quality:

    Excellent! I purchased this Headset for VoIP (Skype) and was very happy with the sound quality. I can hear people and they can hear me perfectly. The sound is actually so good that I use this headset to listen to music on my computer (iTunes). As I don’t have a great sound card on my laptop (Dell Inspiron 500m), the USB connectivity makes a big difference.


    I experienced some discomfort at the very beginning, until I realized that the headpone was pushing my ear against my spectacles’ branches. Now I just move my glasses above the headphone, and it’s fine. The headset is probably a little tight for big heads, it’s fine for me. It also relaxed a bit after a couple of week. Overall, comfort is good for me, but this is personal.


    Very good quality for the price. They won’t really match $$$ headphone for music quality and comfort, but for that price, you can expect a very good headset for chat, VoIP or occasional music-listening.

  • Review by Corbett M. Kroehler

    I needed a headset for audio chat on MSN Messenger and Skype when I realized that my new laptop has no microphone input. I am very pleased with the sound quality of the microphone. The earphone portion of the unit sounds very good when listening to voices on the other end and fairly good when listening to music. In addition, having the volume control right on the cable is very convenient.

    The two qualities I enjoy best are:

    1) Crisp sound from the microphone, giving me the confidence that whoever hears me on the other end will have high-quality sound; and

    2) The main processing chip detects when the incoming signal is monophonic or stereophonic and adapts accordingly.

  • Review by J. Ring

    1) Sound quality is on par with its direct competitors. It is not spectacular of course, but for the basic headset, it lived up to expectations.
    2) Microphone quality was great. I had no problem with gaming or language learning detection. The quality actually exceeded my expectations

    1) After using this for more than an hour, I felt like somebody had put my head in a vice. This is the most UNCOMFORTABLE headset I have ever used. I would rather use earbuds without padding over this!
    2) Cord tangles very easily
    3) Easy to accidentally mute the microphone.
    4) Because the cord tangles very easily, I found out rather quickly that the 1 piece set can turn into a useless two-piece set consisting of a headset and a tangled cord. The wire connecting into the headset is quite fragile and broke after 3 gentle tugs to unravel the cord…

    After this I have three recommendations:
    2) Gamers – I switched over to the LTB USB True 5.1 Surround Sound and will never go back! The LTB is expensive but worth the price if being used for gaming. Quality of sound is absolutly amazing with the multi-speaker solution and the microphone works great.
    3) Eveyrbody else (users of Skype, language identification, etc). Buy a cheaper headset, something like the Philips SBC HP250 that is comfortable and pair it with a seperate cheapo PC microphone.

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