• Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
  • Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
  • Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
  • Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
  • Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
  • Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
  • Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
  • Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600
Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600

Logitech Over-The-Head Wireless Headset H600

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  • Convenient leave-in wireless receiver: Tiny nano receiver stays in your computer so your headset is always ready to use
  • Clear stereo sound: Laser-tuned speaker drivers and noise-cancelling microphone for clear calls. Frequency response (Headset): 40Hz - 10KHz , Frequency response (Microphone): 100Hz - 6.5kHz
  • Long-range wireless: Listen and chat up to 10 m (33 ft.) from your computer-and longer with a six-hour rechargeable battery
  • Comfortable design: Adjustable headband and foam ear cups feel good even after long hours of use. Make sure the headset is the active output audio device in both your application and operating system
  • Works with Windows, Mac and common calling applications like Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, Gmail, Windows Live Messenger and AIM

Customer Reviews

Has some quirks but works okay. Took me awhile to get this thing to work on my windows 10 pro work laptop. I could get it to pair initially but once I turned it off and back on would no longer pair. Frustrating when you think you have it setup and have to jump on a conference call in less than 10 minutes. I tried to remove the device and pair it again but the dumb thing wouldn't uninstall. took several tries and reboots to get it to uninstall. By that time i went back to my old USB headset and threw this in a drawer.After several weeks I gave it another chance, finally on a suggestion I found on one of many forums regarding this type of issue, I opened the logitech pairing software using the "Run as administrator" and after doing that the headseat seems to pair as it should each time. When I power up takes about 10 seconds then you hear the faint beep of it connecting.These are not the most comfortable headset I've used, but they're not the worst. This headset is fairly light but the band kind of squeezes against my ears to where after long sessions with it my ears are hot and are sore, maybe after it breaks in it'll loosen up. Sound quality is decent and the mic quality seems decent, no one on the other end seems to complain about poor quality audio coming out of my mic. I would also prefer to not have to use the USB nano bluetooth receiver to get it work my laptop that already has bluetooth just another thing to add to the docking station, there's probably a way of pairing without it but logitech doesn't seem interested in helping.If I had to buy it again I probably wouldn't. 3Great for work I originally had the USB version and wanted the wireless because the cable kept getting in the way at my desk. The USB headset is now my backup.My primary usage is with Spotify and WebEx on a Mac. The majority of my co-workers are remote, so all meetings are done over WebEx.I've been using them every day for a little over a week now.Pro:Love the USB Charging and being able to run plugged in!Meetings/conversations are very good.Love the mute button and volume button on the headset - very intuitive once you do it.Non-Pro (I won't say Con, because these are perfectly acceptable for work, although I would want better of course!)Music: It seems the wired version plays music (spotify) a little better - but still completely acceptable as this is not an audiofile headset.Batterylife is stated at 6hrs if I remember correctly. I have not gotten to a low battery yet, but ideally with an overnight charge, I would prefer it works the entire workday and only plugin when I go home. (again, this has not been an issue yet as I charge over the lunch too)Bluetooth: You must use the included USB bluetooth receiver. It will not work with your laptop's built in bluetooth according to the instructions. I hooked it up on a USB hub, because I don't have enough ports available which the directions recommend against hubs, but it seems to work fine for me. I also had to reboot my Mac a few times before everything would work.Possible Con: I could not get this to function on Linux Mint, but I only spent about 5min on it as they were purchased for the office. If it worked with standard bluetooth, I suspect it would have worked. 4Fragile USB Connection I've gone through 4 pairs of these headphones within one year. I've had them replaced from the manufacturer directly after the last pair stopped charging after two months. I finally found the reason. The usb connection is fragile and breaks so easily ever since they redesigned the headphones. I've had the older model that had the blue ring last over two years before one of the earphones went dead, but it still charges. These new models with the white ring have usb connections that are so fragile at the slightest pressure needed to push in the cord in to the headphones to charge them. Fair warning to anyone who have head phones that suddenly stop charging with these newer models. 1Meh. They do not reliably connect to my Windows 10 desktop or laptop. Not very happy with this. I love Logitech and have been buying their keyboards and mice for years, starting with wired and now wireless. Their wireless mice and keyboards are a dream, but this thing is junk. It work OK when it connects, but most of the time it doesn't connect. On my Windows 10 desktop PC I originally plugged it in and it was detected and worked. But then I flipped the power switch on the headset so my desktop speakers would resume working, and that was fine too. But then when I powered them back up to use for a Skype call, they refused to be recognized. I had to remove the USB dongle and put it back (a couple times) before it would be recognized again and I could see it as an available device when I click on the speaker icon in the task tray.Thinking that this was strictly related to my desktop, I moved over to my laptop which only has built-in speakers. It is also Windows 10. It has exactly the same behavior there. I plugged it in and it worked right out of the gate. But power down the headset and try to get it working again and you never have success. Again, removing the dongle and putting it back seems to make it work again. Well, if I have to add and remove the dongle, then I'm sticking with my wired Logitech USB headset. They work like a champ... I was just getting sick of the cord.When it did work, I walked around my office just fine. I couldn't get too far though, maybe about 25 feet, but that is ample for my needs.I gave it two stars instead of 1 because they actually sound pretty decent when they work. 2Love..Love...Love! When I started a new job they supplied us with these "expensive" wireless headphones. They first said oh be very careful with the dongle it breaks easily. But that was not my worries. The stupid ear broke off and became a dangling mess. I looked on Amazon for a replacement and fount these for a decent price. I love these. They work perfectly and made better than the "expensive" ones they gave us at work. I will be ordering another pair to keep at home for when I work from home. Very sturdy and such a great price!! Does that job and sounds great! 5Disappointed on the wireless range I've had the Plantronics 995 USB wireless. Its the headsets I wanted but its no longer available.I am not crazy about Bluetooth connectvity which is why I preferred this USB receiver solution. Its a 'nan' receiver. The range is not nearly as good at the Plantronics which could go up to 40 feet without anny interference or statis. I go about 15-20 feet down a hall way, line of site from my computer and I already get bad static on these Logitech.Would Logitech be better served with a larger USB dongle for reception? Thats what the Plantronics had. The dongle on this is very much less than even a half inch I think.Sound quality is totally ok and good with voice on mic or voice broadcasts. Music is just 'ok' but not bad.Are the Logitech H800 with usb/bluetooth combo better? 3good for the price pros:great mic pics up everything clearlydecent speakers i only use for audio from people. i use main speakers for game/movie audio, personal preference.low price compared to othersworks far from dongle, i can walk almost anywhere in house and i got a quad levelbattery last like 4-8 hourscons:no filter since i use speakers for sound it picks it up many timesnot very comfortable on top of head and a few hours use, i went cheap and use a fluffy sock as paddingnot very comfortable on ears with glasses and prolonged use, prolonged is like 8-16 hours for me. gets worse if done many days in rowmic not ambidextrous, only works on right sidebattery lasts 4-8 hours, has lost some capacity in the years using it it feels like 3Perfect for Voice-Typing Update: I took away a star even though this headset is still pretty great because at one point after I'd owned it for a few months, I started experiencing crackling/static and it was annoying as hell. It lasted for a couple of months, and it was completely random. I still have no idea what was causing it. But suddenly it stopped about a month ago, and I have no idea why.Since I've had this for less than a day, I'll come back and update it later if anything goes wrong (which I highly doubt; I've been a Logitech fangirl for years, mostly because their products have always been amazingly durable and long-lasting for me). But so far, this headset is great.My main reason for buying this headset was because of my job. I do a lot of typing, and it takes a toll on my fingers. I've started using voice typing recently as a way to get more work done faster and to give my fingers a break. I've tried other microphones and wireless headsets before that have let me down, were too slow, or made too many typing errors. So far, this is the best wireless headset + mic that I've used.Just so you know what this microphone is capable of: I tested it by rapping the chorus to The Real Slim Shady several times at the same tempo as the original song. 4 Times out of 5, the microphone picked my voice up with zero typing errors and typed the words just as fast as I was saying them.The headset is comfortable to wear (although if you have an unusually large head, it may be a little tight at first) and I can wear it with glasses comfortably, too.The wireless capability has a decent range, but it gets a little staticky/crackly if I get further than about 15 to 20 feet away. I don't really wander around that much, so it really doesn't bother me; but if you live in a big house and you're trying to wear it all over the place, the limited(?) range might be a drawback for you.I don't have anything to say about the battery life yet, but I doubt I'm going to have a problem with it. If that changes, though, I'll be back to update this review later. Long story short, I'm very happy with this purchase. 4Don't ever let battery go dead I LOVED this headset for the six months they worked: great sound, easy to charge. The downside is letting the battery go dead. I left mine on overnight without them being plugged in and now they won't charge at all. Nothing, nada, zip. Online support says customer service just wants to send a new USB cable out but that doesn't fix anything. A friend with the same headset he had the same problem. If you buy these, make sure to keep them charged and never EVER let them go dead.UPDATE: Since I figured my headset was trash I let my husband take them apart. He opened the battery compartment and used a D-cell battery to "jump start" my headset battery. This gave it JUST enough charge to have it recognized as a low battery in need of charging instead of a dead battery. He plugged it in immediately and they charged! Music and gaming are beautiful again.What he did: He took a D-cell battery and two pieces of wire. He held one end of each wire to each end of D-cell and ran opposite ends to headset battery: negative to negative, positive to positive. He held wires in place for about 30 seconds and gave dead battery enough juice to be recognized as needing a charge. Hope this works for anyone with the same problem! 3Range is not 33' If the range was actually 33' they'd be great. I can't get a reliable connection at half that distance. My voice sounds like a modem to the people I'm chatting with and all of the sound I'm getting keeps popping, crackling, or just flat out losing its connection. I'll try seeing if this stupid thing improves at all if I get a USB extender in an attempt to close the distance. 1
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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Description
  • Convenient leave-in wireless receiver: Tiny nano receiver stays in your computer so your headset is always ready to use
  • Clear stereo sound: Laser-tuned speaker drivers and noise-cancelling microphone for clear calls. Frequency response (Headset): 40Hz - 10KHz , Frequency response (Microphone): 100Hz - 6.5kHz
  • Long-range wireless: Listen and chat up to 10 m (33 ft.) from your computer-and longer with a six-hour rechargeable battery
  • Comfortable design: Adjustable headband and foam ear cups feel good even after long hours of use. Make sure the headset is the active output audio device in both your application and operating system
  • Works with Windows, Mac and common calling applications like Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, Gmail, Windows Live Messenger and AIM
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Has some quirks but works okay. Took me awhile to get this thing to work on my windows 10 pro work laptop. I could get it to pair initially but once I turned it off and back on would no longer pair. Frustrating when you think you have it setup and have to jump on a conference call in less than 10 minutes. I tried to remove the device and pair it again but the dumb thing wouldn't uninstall. took several tries and reboots to get it to uninstall. By that time i went back to my old USB headset and threw this in a drawer.After several weeks I gave it another chance, finally on a suggestion I found on one of many forums regarding this type of issue, I opened the logitech pairing software using the "Run as administrator" and after doing that the headseat seems to pair as it should each time. When I power up takes about 10 seconds then you hear the faint beep of it connecting.These are not the most comfortable headset I've used, but they're not the worst. This headset is fairly light but the band kind of squeezes against my ears to where after long sessions with it my ears are hot and are sore, maybe after it breaks in it'll loosen up. Sound quality is decent and the mic quality seems decent, no one on the other end seems to complain about poor quality audio coming out of my mic. I would also prefer to not have to use the USB nano bluetooth receiver to get it work my laptop that already has bluetooth just another thing to add to the docking station, there's probably a way of pairing without it but logitech doesn't seem interested in helping.If I had to buy it again I probably wouldn't. 3Great for work I originally had the USB version and wanted the wireless because the cable kept getting in the way at my desk. The USB headset is now my backup.My primary usage is with Spotify and WebEx on a Mac. The majority of my co-workers are remote, so all meetings are done over WebEx.I've been using them every day for a little over a week now.Pro:Love the USB Charging and being able to run plugged in!Meetings/conversations are very good.Love the mute button and volume button on the headset - very intuitive once you do it.Non-Pro (I won't say Con, because these are perfectly acceptable for work, although I would want better of course!)Music: It seems the wired version plays music (spotify) a little better - but still completely acceptable as this is not an audiofile headset.Batterylife is stated at 6hrs if I remember correctly. I have not gotten to a low battery yet, but ideally with an overnight charge, I would prefer it works the entire workday and only plugin when I go home. (again, this has not been an issue yet as I charge over the lunch too)Bluetooth: You must use the included USB bluetooth receiver. It will not work with your laptop's built in bluetooth according to the instructions. I hooked it up on a USB hub, because I don't have enough ports available which the directions recommend against hubs, but it seems to work fine for me. I also had to reboot my Mac a few times before everything would work.Possible Con: I could not get this to function on Linux Mint, but I only spent about 5min on it as they were purchased for the office. If it worked with standard bluetooth, I suspect it would have worked. 4Fragile USB Connection I've gone through 4 pairs of these headphones within one year. I've had them replaced from the manufacturer directly after the last pair stopped charging after two months. I finally found the reason. The usb connection is fragile and breaks so easily ever since they redesigned the headphones. I've had the older model that had the blue ring last over two years before one of the earphones went dead, but it still charges. These new models with the white ring have usb connections that are so fragile at the slightest pressure needed to push in the cord in to the headphones to charge them. Fair warning to anyone who have head phones that suddenly stop charging with these newer models. 1Meh. They do not reliably connect to my Windows 10 desktop or laptop. Not very happy with this. I love Logitech and have been buying their keyboards and mice for years, starting with wired and now wireless. Their wireless mice and keyboards are a dream, but this thing is junk. It work OK when it connects, but most of the time it doesn't connect. On my Windows 10 desktop PC I originally plugged it in and it was detected and worked. But then I flipped the power switch on the headset so my desktop speakers would resume working, and that was fine too. But then when I powered them back up to use for a Skype call, they refused to be recognized. I had to remove the USB dongle and put it back (a couple times) before it would be recognized again and I could see it as an available device when I click on the speaker icon in the task tray.Thinking that this was strictly related to my desktop, I moved over to my laptop which only has built-in speakers. It is also Windows 10. It has exactly the same behavior there. I plugged it in and it worked right out of the gate. But power down the headset and try to get it working again and you never have success. Again, removing the dongle and putting it back seems to make it work again. Well, if I have to add and remove the dongle, then I'm sticking with my wired Logitech USB headset. They work like a champ... I was just getting sick of the cord.When it did work, I walked around my office just fine. I couldn't get too far though, maybe about 25 feet, but that is ample for my needs.I gave it two stars instead of 1 because they actually sound pretty decent when they work. 2Love..Love...Love! When I started a new job they supplied us with these "expensive" wireless headphones. They first said oh be very careful with the dongle it breaks easily. But that was not my worries. The stupid ear broke off and became a dangling mess. I looked on Amazon for a replacement and fount these for a decent price. I love these. They work perfectly and made better than the "expensive" ones they gave us at work. I will be ordering another pair to keep at home for when I work from home. Very sturdy and such a great price!! Does that job and sounds great! 5Disappointed on the wireless range I've had the Plantronics 995 USB wireless. Its the headsets I wanted but its no longer available.I am not crazy about Bluetooth connectvity which is why I preferred this USB receiver solution. Its a 'nan' receiver. The range is not nearly as good at the Plantronics which could go up to 40 feet without anny interference or statis. I go about 15-20 feet down a hall way, line of site from my computer and I already get bad static on these Logitech.Would Logitech be better served with a larger USB dongle for reception? Thats what the Plantronics had. The dongle on this is very much less than even a half inch I think.Sound quality is totally ok and good with voice on mic or voice broadcasts. Music is just 'ok' but not bad.Are the Logitech H800 with usb/bluetooth combo better? 3good for the price pros:great mic pics up everything clearlydecent speakers i only use for audio from people. i use main speakers for game/movie audio, personal preference.low price compared to othersworks far from dongle, i can walk almost anywhere in house and i got a quad levelbattery last like 4-8 hourscons:no filter since i use speakers for sound it picks it up many timesnot very comfortable on top of head and a few hours use, i went cheap and use a fluffy sock as paddingnot very comfortable on ears with glasses and prolonged use, prolonged is like 8-16 hours for me. gets worse if done many days in rowmic not ambidextrous, only works on right sidebattery lasts 4-8 hours, has lost some capacity in the years using it it feels like 3Perfect for Voice-Typing Update: I took away a star even though this headset is still pretty great because at one point after I'd owned it for a few months, I started experiencing crackling/static and it was annoying as hell. It lasted for a couple of months, and it was completely random. I still have no idea what was causing it. But suddenly it stopped about a month ago, and I have no idea why.Since I've had this for less than a day, I'll come back and update it later if anything goes wrong (which I highly doubt; I've been a Logitech fangirl for years, mostly because their products have always been amazingly durable and long-lasting for me). But so far, this headset is great.My main reason for buying this headset was because of my job. I do a lot of typing, and it takes a toll on my fingers. I've started using voice typing recently as a way to get more work done faster and to give my fingers a break. I've tried other microphones and wireless headsets before that have let me down, were too slow, or made too many typing errors. So far, this is the best wireless headset + mic that I've used.Just so you know what this microphone is capable of: I tested it by rapping the chorus to The Real Slim Shady several times at the same tempo as the original song. 4 Times out of 5, the microphone picked my voice up with zero typing errors and typed the words just as fast as I was saying them.The headset is comfortable to wear (although if you have an unusually large head, it may be a little tight at first) and I can wear it with glasses comfortably, too.The wireless capability has a decent range, but it gets a little staticky/crackly if I get further than about 15 to 20 feet away. I don't really wander around that much, so it really doesn't bother me; but if you live in a big house and you're trying to wear it all over the place, the limited(?) range might be a drawback for you.I don't have anything to say about the battery life yet, but I doubt I'm going to have a problem with it. If that changes, though, I'll be back to update this review later. Long story short, I'm very happy with this purchase. 4Don't ever let battery go dead I LOVED this headset for the six months they worked: great sound, easy to charge. The downside is letting the battery go dead. I left mine on overnight without them being plugged in and now they won't charge at all. Nothing, nada, zip. Online support says customer service just wants to send a new USB cable out but that doesn't fix anything. A friend with the same headset he had the same problem. If you buy these, make sure to keep them charged and never EVER let them go dead.UPDATE: Since I figured my headset was trash I let my husband take them apart. He opened the battery compartment and used a D-cell battery to "jump start" my headset battery. This gave it JUST enough charge to have it recognized as a low battery in need of charging instead of a dead battery. He plugged it in immediately and they charged! Music and gaming are beautiful again.What he did: He took a D-cell battery and two pieces of wire. He held one end of each wire to each end of D-cell and ran opposite ends to headset battery: negative to negative, positive to positive. He held wires in place for about 30 seconds and gave dead battery enough juice to be recognized as needing a charge. Hope this works for anyone with the same problem! 3Range is not 33' If the range was actually 33' they'd be great. I can't get a reliable connection at half that distance. My voice sounds like a modem to the people I'm chatting with and all of the sound I'm getting keeps popping, crackling, or just flat out losing its connection. I'll try seeing if this stupid thing improves at all if I get a USB extender in an attempt to close the distance. 1
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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