Logitech Wireless Headset H760 Reviews

Check out the reviews for the Logitech Wireless Headset H760 With Behind-the-head Design (981-000265) and how it is better than other headsets. There are reviews for this priced cheap Logitech Wireless Headset H760 With Behind-the-head Design.

Logitech Wireless Headset H760

  • Discreet headset with behind-the-head design and plug-and-play USB receiver (40 ft. wireless range*) (* Actual wireless range will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions.)
  • Pure digital stereo sound with a built-in equalizer that optimizes sound quality for voice calls, music and movies
  • On-ear audio controls** let you quickly adjust volume, pause music and navigate playlists (** Audio controls are compatible with Windows Media® Player and iTunes. Volume controls work with video and voice calls.)
  • Integrated noise-cancelling microphone with rotate-to-mute boom
  • Works with Windows and Mac OS

Benefits

You can talk on your cell phone while operating a vehicle such as a car.

Questions to Consider

  • Does the headset fit your head? Or ear?
  • Does it install easily?

Logitech wireless headset h760 is a lightweight, behind-the-head headset that delivers clear calls—plus digital stereo sound and a built-in equalizer for your music—all without cords or hassles.

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3 Responses to “Logitech Wireless Headset H760 Reviews

  • Review by T. Adlam "professional consumer"

    The idea of a lightweight and cordless headset appealed to me–cords tend to snag on the mountain pile of papers that is my desk. When I finished sawing through the Fort Knox style clam shell packaging I was taken aback by the diminutive size of the dongle–which is roughly the same size as a standard USB thumb drive–and headset which features a thin behind-the-head band. In fact, the dongle is so small that losing it is a real possibility; having a way to attach it to the headset when not in use would have been nice.

    Installation was a dream. On my Windows XP, Vista, and 7 computers all I needed to do was plug in the dongle. That’s it. I’m still awed by Logitech’s ability to make plug-n-play more than a marketing ploy. But…

    The first use was like a bucket of cold water to the face. Lightweight does not equal comfortable. There was no way my ears could survive more than an hour or two of use. The mesh material covering the speakers is a skin irritant, causing my ears to itch. Also, the portion of the headset which rests above the ears to hold it in place presses against the back of my ears and causes pain after prolonged use. Plus, after an hour, my ears felt as though they were overheating.

    Another drawback to this headset is the lack of a speaker mute button. It is instead replaced by a play/pause button which only functions with a few specific applications. It was something I didn’t think I’d miss…until I landed on a website with gawdawful music playing in the background and no way to turn it off. Instinctively I reached to the large center button (the location on another Logitech headset) and was dismayed when the noise didn’t abate.

    I also noticed that a button to manually select the audio settings (i.e. movie, music, chat) was absent. I figured the change would happen automatically but I noticed no discernible change in audio quality when I switched between the three (i.e. Skype to iTunes to WinDVD, etc.). That said, the sound quality isn’t up to an audiophile’s standards, but it’s not abysmal either.

    The range, through concrete walls, was about 30 feet, which for me is more than enough. It allowed me to multitask across my office, and even in my kitchen, while still being party to a conversation on internet chat. Had the headset been more comfortable I’d see no reason to take it off at all while working on the computer. Alas, that isn’t the case. And unfortunately simply switching off the headset does not revert sound back to the computer’s speakers, the dongle itself must be removed.

    The headset lasted about 7 hours of actual use (with a few days downtime between uses) on a full charge and it only takes a few hours to recharge. It can even charge with a USB wall charger–I’ve used it with the one that came with my iPhone without problems. But the charging and power lights are anything but intuitive. After reading the user’s manual, I’m still confused by the blinking/coloring while in use/charging.

    While this has some great features–size, ease of use, range–it has a few major drawbacks–uncomfortable for prolonged use, not switching to computer’s speakers when headset is powered off, a small dongle with no way to secure it to headset. So my final verdict? It’s adequate, but does not go above or beyond the call of duty and may be counterproductive for some.

  • Review by Daniel

    First, I want to give Amazon kudos for their customer service. I ordered this headset moments before the cutoff for overnight delivery. I knew I was cutting it close. Unfortunately, the headphones didn’t arrive overnight (which was a disappointment), but one quick email later and Amazon reimbursed me the $3.99 shipping fee. No squabbling, no debate. Just a simple, polite, and apologetic response. Good job.

    Now, the product review. Overall, I’m very pleased with this headset.

    Setup was a snap. Plug them in and they work.

    The sound quality is good for a lightweight set. I’m no audiophile, so you may have higher expectations, but they sound good to me. They have strong volume; so much so, that I found myself having to keep them on almost the lowest setting. This was simple with the easy to use adjustments on the earpiece.

    They are comfortable to wear. I have worn them for upwards of three hours at a time without any problems. That said, however, they are not as comfortable as some other headsets with more padding.

    The range is good. I can wear them all over the house without any lose of signal. The only time I experienced any static was when I was downstairs (my computer is upstairs) and I bounced around with them on (I was picking up the cotton pieces my dog shredded and scattered all over the floor. Argh!).

    The mic picked up my voice perfectly. VOIP callers said I sounded wonderful. The only complaint I have probably has more to do with VOIP than with the headset. There were noticeable latency issues the day I was trying the headset. This was probably due to internet congestion and connection speed issues. I’ll experiment further and update this review when I have more information.

    I used this headset with Dragon Naturally Speaking 10 and was amazed at the near perfect error rate. I saw no degradation in quality from my usual wireless mic; which costs almost three times as much and doesn’t have earphones. If you do lots of voice recognition work, you’ll love this headset. Don’t waste your money on more expensive mics.

    Again, I am very pleased with this headset and would highly recommend it.

  • Review by Sheri Fogarty

    I work at home and my desk sits squarely between the family room and the kitchen. That’s fine when the kids are at school, but when everyone is home it can be distracting at times.

    This headset is wonderful. It was plug and play, although I did need to select it as an audio output preference in my system preference – I’m on a Mac. And I love that you can control what you’re listening to with the buttons right on the headset. If I need to pause for a minute I just press the button and then press it again to resume.

    I’ve used it to listen to lectures and music while I’m cooking. It even works in my garden as long as I’m not too far from my computer, then it starts to break up a bit. I’d say I have a 30-40 foot range. It’s even been great at my desk to listen to soothing music if the teenagers are being loud. :-)

    All around, a great headset and highly recommended!

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