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Logitech - H600 Wireless Headset - Black

Enjoy hands-free communication with this headset that features a 33' wireless range so you can chat or enjoy music while moving between other tasks. The noise-canceling microphone helps reduce unwanted background sounds.

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    What's Included

    • Logitech H600 Wireless Headset
    • Nano receiver, USB charging cable
    • Owner's manual

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    82% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (672 out of 820)


    Compatible with most devices with a USB port

    For wide-ranging use.

    33' wireless range

    Offers enhanced mobility so you can carry on conversations while completing other tasks. Compact nano receiver allows simple connectivity.

    On-ear controls

    Offer one-touch operation.

    Noise-canceling microphone

    Helps eliminate background noise for clear conversations.

    Laser-tuned drivers

    Along with a built-in equalizer provide rich digital stereo sound.

    Adjustable headband

    Plus foam earcups for comfortable extended use.

    Customer rating

    Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 820 reviews

    would recommend to a friend



    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great starter headset, better than bluetooth!

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Before buying this headset, one of the ways I chatted wirelessly on my PC was by using a bluetooth headset. Doing so this way had many downsides such as software had to be installed on the PC to use bluetooth although now with Win 8 pairing is much easier with the integrated protocol and bluetooth module on many newer notebooks. Sound quality was also much inferior over bluetooth and that headset picked up every little sound made especially typing sounds. The difference from the bluetooth headset to this one can best be described as going from AM to FM in both incoming and outgoing audio. I don't entirely blame the bluetooth headset for low audio quality. It mostly has to do with the Hands-free protocol of bluetooth that has a lower fidelity. Hopefully the advances with Android 5.0 Lolipop will allow usb headsets like these to co-exist and be used for higher quality phone calls. This headset can be said to be leaps and bounds better and while there's still room for improvement, its to be expected on an entry level headset but still holds out on its own. Design is simple, all the buttons electronics, mic, and battery with the micro-usb port are located on the right ear cup while the left ear cup is just the sound driver and a slot for storing the usb receiver. This receiver is proprietary due to the audio components and is not compatible with the unifying receivers made for other Logitech mice and keyboards so its best to not lose this. Lightweight feel although if enough care is taken it should last long enough until something better comes around. Increasing the volume is done with a button on the 12 o'clock position of a blue circle on the outer right ear cup. Conversely, lowering the volume is done by pressing a button on the 6 0'clock position. Muting outgoing microphone audio is done with a button on the 7 o'clock position. Volume level at maximum position may also not be as high as it should depending on what the other party is using as audio equipment and if the person is soft-spoken. Since this is an on-ear headset the sound isolation is close to none which may be a good or bad thing depending on the environment this will be used in. This is something the purchaser has to decide for themselves otherwise there are other headset options that will serve a more noisy environment better. Setup is as simple as plugging the receiver in although pairing may be necessary. This is done with a program downloaded from Logitech's website. On the headset one would hold the microphone mute and volume up buttons until the LED light flashes rapidly. One interesting aspect is during pairing this will actually show as a bluetooth headset on phones. Unfortunately this headset only appears as a stereo headphone and the microphone can't be used when paired as a bluetooth device. Incoming audio quality is nothing to rave about. Its fine to have as some background music playing in the office or the occasional podcast but it won't provide an immersive music listening experience. For voice communications its still much better than the old bluetooth headset. The microphone boom is small and rotates out 90 degrees from the right ear cup although it won't rotate the other way if one prefers to wear the microphone on the left side. Fortunately the microphone boom is shorter than traditional telephone headsets so its not as obtrusive. For me it rests on the cheek 1 inch away from the mouth. The tip of the mic is rigid although there is a flexible portion that allows the boom to bend left and right but not up or down. The range is about the same as the bluetooth headset I used although a usb extension cable can be used to place the transceiver up on a wall for a less obscured signal path compared to a usb port on a PC laying on the ground. Battery is rated at 5 hours so while it won't last one full day, it can be used while charging or be charged during off times such as lunch and be ready to go. Only a charging cable is provided although for quicker charging its best to use a power adapter made for a tablet or mobile phone with more output amps than a computer can provide. Overall I think this headset is a worthy contender to begin with although I did purchase it at a price lower than the msrp that its typically sold at so some of the shortcomings may have been easier to overlook for me.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent Wireless For The Price


      I love wireless headsets, but until I stumbled across this set, the cheapest I could find was a behind-the-neck Logitech which broke less than a week after I bought it. Granted, I have a larger head than most people... I found this pair on sale in my local Best Buy after my roommate's old headset stopped working from a broken wire in the cord. For the price, I just couldn't pass this up. I was a little worried about using two of these in the same room because of interference issues, but it turned out I had nothing to fear. To be sure, I powered one set on and plugged its receiver in. Once the two had linked up, I turned the other headset on and plugged its receiver in to my roommate's computer. This headset is very comfortable to wear. I have a large head and have to extend the headband nearly as far as it can go, but the headset doesn't squeeze my head like most do. My roommate feels like they're squeezing her head, but not bad enough that she can't wear them for hours at a stretch. The microphone is on the right side. It looks very small inside the box when it's pointing up. It rotates from the bottom of the earphone so it will be a proper length when you use it. The headset has volume controls, a power switch, and a microphone mute on the headset itself. Unfortunately, there is no push-to-talk button like many of us gamers would love to see for when we get up to make a sandwich and someone asks us a question. The charging cable is, I think, micro-USB. It's the same charging cable that my Logitech wireless mouse and my Android cell phone use. The 33 foot range only applies to direct line of sight, and even then it's pushing it. I have thick walls in my apartment with lots of electrical wiring run through them. Don't expect these to work if there are two or more walls between you and the receiver. Sometimes it will just randomly drop connection. When this happens, powering the headset off and back on sometimes fixes it. Somestimes we have to unplug the transmitter for a moment and plug it back in to fix it. This happens rarely enough that it's a minor inconvenience for me and not a deal-breaker. Make sure you enable the bass boost in the properties for the wireless headset in Windows. I am very happy with this headset. The sound quality and convenience are wonderful and outweigh the minor complaints. For the price, you get a great wireless headset. No cords to trip over, and no cord jerking you back when you forget to take them off when you get up. I would recommend these to all of my friends.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good performance for the money


      I am preparing to buy a replacement H600 tomorrow after using my previous pair for over four years. I had finally reached the point that the battery life per charge was decreasing and the padding was simply worn out. Cords and I simply don't get along and I finally got tangled in the charging cord and damaged the receptacle in the headset, which sealed its fate. The sound quality is decent for the price but do not expect Bose-quality. I used the headset with two different Windows 7-equipped laptops simply because I cannot hear most laptop speakers well. I had rare connection glitches that were usually easily solved by unplugging the Nano USB transmitter, waiting a moment, then plugging it back in. As for range results, no, line-of-sight is NOT always necessary, for when I initially bought this unit, I lived in a circa 1935 restored apartment building with very thick, metal-mesh reinforced, plaster walls and I had no issues wandering about the entire apartment with one or more walls between myself and the laptop, at ranges of 25 to 30 feet. I found the range to be fairly accurate in my case. The range of these headsets is simply going to vary depending on your personal environment. I never had some of the setup issues mentioned in other reviews and never had any problems with battery life, either, even after it began to lose its endurance after 4+years (the battery is not set up to be replaced). After returning to a wired headset recently (another Logitech unit that has already died after only six weeks), I realized how spoiled I had become with the wireless H600. If another H600 has similar longevity for me, I certainly have no complaints for the price. My only reason for not rating it a full 5 stars is the charging cable that could stand to be a bit longer for use while using the headset.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Be patient!

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      This review is based on the fact that I am using them with a Mac as opposed to a Windows PC, and primarily used for Skype and FaceTime calls. First of all, I didn't go shopping for the wireless set as an absolute. I was replacing an older corded headset from Logitech because the faux leather on the ear pads eventually breaks down and starts to crumble giving one black dandruff. So, when I got to Best Buy and saw this pair, and that they were selling for much less on Amazon, and a team member told me they'd match the price, I went for them. Then the fun began. I nearly returned them the next day because I wasn't getting them to work as I wanted them to. At first, as I've read on-line, the headset seemed to want to use the computer microphone instead of the headset mic. The headset is recognized on my Mac, but some of the controls in the audio settings are grayed out, and not available. Just as I was about to give up on the headset, somehow they began to work. Best I can tell, the problem was solved when I closed and then reopened Skype. My knowledge of the Mac environment and general computer things is reasonably above average, and I don't have a patience issue, so I gave this quite a bit of time. Now they work just great. My brother, who is usually on the other side of the Skype conversation says they sound better than the corded Logitech headset I had previously. I'm guessing the setup on a Windows PC will be easier. Just be patient and I think you'll enjoy this headset. Not being tethered to the computer with a cord is the best. I have purchased a considerable amount of Logitech products and most have worked as advertised. Enjoy.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      ATTN Chromebookers


      I bought these headphones to pair with my Toshiba Chromebook 2 with the intention of using the mic to dictate notes for work. As with most products these days a manual wasn't included, just a rather poor diagram. After doing some research I learned I needed to download the Logitech Unifying app from the Chrome Store. After doing this and inserting the nano receiver I was able to listen to streamed music, which came in nice and clear. However, when I attempted to use the mic for dictation, I could not get it to work. The next day I brought it to the Geek Squad and they had a hard time figuring it out as well. After we got the whole team involved the mystery was solved. To activate the mic go to your Chromebook's settings, click on advanced settings, scroll down to accessibility, click on Enable on screen keyboard and a little icon should appear in the lower right hand corner of your screen. Click on the icon which will feature a display with a small mic. Click on that and you're ready to dictate. I wish I could have found these instructions somewhere. I live in a two story town house with a basement and I can travel throughout with the headphones on with no distortion and the music sounding crisp and clear. I hope this review/tutorial proves useful to others.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Very short wireless range, unremarkable otherwise

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Really the only thing I have to say about this headset is that the wireless range is atrocious, which I suspect is because of the incredibly tiny receiver. Sitting at my computer it would usually be okay but if I got even 1 step further away from my desk (or even leaned back in my chair) the audio quality would dip dramatically: static or dead air when it loses the connection, and then sped-up audio for a second when it resumes the connection. I had been looking for a replacement headset to use with my PC for skype calls and listening to music and such and had enjoyed the freedom of being able to get up and walk around with my previous headset. This headset failed in living up to that specific task. If you don't need to be able to get up and walk any distance away from your computer or laptop, or you just want to leave it plugged in all the time, it's an adequate headset, but nothing special. As for the value for its price, I think I would be just as satisfied with the performance of a wired headset that's half the price of this one considering that the wirelessness of this one hardly matters. My total time using this model was only a couple weeks before I couldn't put up with it any longer and I've already exchanged it for a different brand.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Great for the price...but...

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I really do like these, but you have to put it in perspective. These are probably the most inexpensive wireless headsets on the market. So, here are the gripes. They are not super comfortable. Not horrible, but you won't want to wear them for 4+ hours at a time or your ears will get sore. Since I only game for 1-2 hours at the most it hasn't been much of an issue, but I'm not as hard core as some of you out there. The second gripe is that most of the time I have to fiddle to get it to connect when I boot up the computer. Sometimes flipping the switch on the headset will get it to pair up, sometimes unplugging the dongle and re-plugging it works. Never had to go beyond that. So it's a bit of a frustration, but I just use a front side USB port. I've never needed the Logitech pairing tool to make it work, just one of the two above methods. Once paired it doesn't unpair itself until the next boot. The sound is okay for my taste. An audiophile might disagree, but I'm a casual gamer/movie watcher/music listener so it's perfect for that. Just know that for under $40 you shouldn't be expecting something that works like a $400 headset.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A headset my daughter isn't destroying!

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      So... my daughter goes through headsets. As in, in the past, they've generally only lasted her a few days to a few weeks. Her mom has given her several of her old ones, I gave her a few of my old ones, and I'd bought a couple for her. This last time that she told me her headset wasn't working, I decided that this time, instead of buying another cheapie, I'd try to get something higher quality... and I decided to go wireless, since I suspected that her destroying headsets had a lot to do with carrying around her laptop, using it in bed, etc, and that most likely, the wire was getting bent enough where it went into the plug to eventually short out or break. So I got this one. It was more expensive than I was originally looking to spend, but it seemed to be of high quality, and it was wireless, with a USB dongle, which was important since her laptop doesn't have bluetooth. So far, she's had it about a month and a half, has been using it constantly, and it hasn't broken yet. She loves it, and I'm happy!

      I would recommend this to a friend

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