Logitech USB Headset H360

Before buying Logitech USB Headset H360 take a look at the reviews. There are reviews for this priced cheap Logitech USB Headset H360.

Logitech USB Headset H360 (Black)

  • Provides a lightweight, comfortable fit that adjusts to the shape of your head.
  • Plug into any USB port for a clear, digital connection in full stereo
  • Perfect for Internet calls, music, movies, and games.
  • Voice and video calls made with Logitech Vid, Skype 4.0 for Windowsor later, and Skype 2.8 for Macor later sound so clear
  • Reduces annoying background noise and rotates out of the way when you’re not using it.
  • Quickly adjust volume or mute the microphone.


In many states, there are fines for people who are caught talking on a cell phone. Talk in your car without fear of the police pulling you over and giving you a ticket.

Questions to Consider

  • What color would you prefer?
  • Does it install easily?

With its adjustable, behind-the-head design and pivoting ear pads, the Logitech USB Headset H360 gives you a lightweight, personalized fit for pure comfort. And a USB connection delivers pure stereo sound.

Read more customer reviews.

3 Responses to “Logitech USB Headset H360

  • Review by B. Orozco

    I bought this headset mainly because I work from home twice a week and I wasn’t happy with my previous headset. I was previously using the Logitech Clear Chat Wireless Headset. That headset just had numerous problems with it so I decided it was time that I just played it safe and went with a wired headset.

    Despite my previous experience with Logitech, I purchased the H360 anyways. After doing some research I found out that it actually takes advantage of Skype’s new codec. At the time I purchased it, there were only 3 headsets that did this, so that was a major selling point. I have made many calls with this and people always tell me that I sound really clear. Someone even said I sounded too clear. haha.

    Since I use this for work, it is also important that I have a headset with great noise canceling. The H360 does not disappoint. I have tested this out and I can have my tv awfully loud in the background without the caller even noticing.

    Another feature that another user mentioned was the fact that it works with your PS3. It doesn’t mention anything about this on Logitech’s website or on the packaging, but it works great. My PS3 even recognizes it as a “Logitech H360”.

    Now for my cons. I think this may be a personal thing, but sometimes it tends to hurt my ears if I don’t have it on just right. This is definitely something that probably varies from person to person though. Another minor issue is the shape. Although I love the behind the head fit, it makes it awkward to set down on a desk. This is only an issue for me because I am constantly setting it down and picking it up.

    Overall, I am very happy with my purchase. My only regret is that I wish I had waited a week or two. Logitech released two more headsets that take advantage of the new Skype codec and their design looks like it may be a little more comfortable.

  • Review by Amy Hughes

    Works out-of-the-package on the Mac. No software to install. You do have to select the headset in your audio system preferences, and you might have to do that again in your application. Recording into Audacity required setting both the audio device preferences and the global sample preferences (from 32-bit float to 16-bit pcm), despite already having selected the headset in the system preferences. If you’re just doing skype, don’t let those things scare you. It has no such settings to worry about. The headset worked in Logic after setting only the audio device.

    The headset is comfortable enough, though having never used a behind-the-head headset it was not obvious how I was supposed to wear it. Also, the mic at first pressed against my face and it was only with a bit of irritation that I figured out you can just bend it out of the way. After you get it on try adjusting the size of the band behind your head. It’s most comfortable for me almost all the way in. It might not work well on a child-size head, unless maybe I have a child-size head :)

    It’s not terribly easy to get it on and off with a pony tail, as it has to go under the hair, but I’ll probably get used to that and adjust. I can’t really wear glasses with this headset because of the clips that go around the ear.

    The playback quality isn’t great for music. The recording quality is good. The instructions say sound quality may be degraded if you plug into a USB hub and recommend plugging directly into a USB port on your computer, so if you were planning to use a hub, figure out before you buy this headset what you’ll do if you aren’t able to use a hub.

  • Review by J. Myers

    Stereo, mic mute switch, volume control, behind the head design. It’s exactly what I wanted. I got it for my computer and playstation 3, works with both. Only thing that holds it back is the volume control is up/down buttons. A dial might be better, but, this isn’t too big a deal. The mic can be difficult to position at times, at least for me. I’m tall wear a size L or X/L hat, if that helps.
    It works though. I hear things clearly, my friends hear me.

  • Back To The Top

    Write Your Reviews & Opinions