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Logitech - Zone Vibe 125 Wireless Over-the-Ear Headphones with Noise-Canceling Microphone - Graphite

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Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 213 reviews

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  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Glad I can return.

    I purchased as a temporary replacement for my poly4310 someone somewhere may love these headphones but me on the other hand will say i was completely disappointed! For the price point i feel they should have been better but no. ... i wfh so ANC IS A MUST! the sound quality was bad the fit on the head was bad the mic was ok i could be heard but they could also hear me BLINK...BATTERY LIFE NOT GOOD and the fact the cut off it seemed about every 20 min may be good for some but not for me

    Posted by IMMAGODDESS

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Light & full-featured w/surprisingly good sound

    Make no mistake, the Zone Vibe 125 are not gaming-tuned or audiophile-caliber headphones that happen to also support voice or conference-style calling, but they fit perfectly into an all-day office or work-at-home environment and can more than hold their own when music or videos enter the picture. During my time with them, only a few minor niggles kept them from being elevated into truly outstanding territory, but my concerns are minor and may not be the case for everyone. At their current price, they do have a LOT of competition—some of which easily sound just a tad better for the bass-heads, gamers, or high-rez audio snobs out there--but they are solid enough contenders that they should be on your short list as a good wireless all-arounder, especially for use in the workplace where a decidedly gamer-oriented aesthetic is a non-starter. CONSTRUCTION/COMFORT: Part of the allure of this headset is the ultra-light construction that should make for easy all-day wearing—for me, it turned out to be a bit of mixed bag. The plastic shell/body has a pleasant satin-matte finish all around, but frankly the plastic itself feels a bit lightweight and thin—so long as you don’t throw these headphones around or toss them onto chairs or tables when you’re done, they will likely hold up, but overall durability is kind of up-in-the-air at the moment. The earpads feature soft foam with a stretchy mesh, jersey-like fabric covering to help reduce heat-build-up. The shape of the pads themselves match the anatomy of the ear and the earcups themselves are angled inward slightly to assist with getting a good seal, but the earpad openings are fairly small. Despite their over-the-ear design, these are really more like semi-on-ear headphones, though fortunately the pads are soft enough that I don’t think many will notice any pain on the outer folds of the ear. The headband is covered with the same stretchy mesh fabric as the earpads; but it is not padded—personally, I could feel the plastic rails and slats of the headband’s construction against the top of my head which led to some fatigue after a few hours of use. The fabric covering also does not feel particularly durable; at the very least, if you set your headphones down a lot, I would be wary of keys, pens, pencils, paperclips, etc., as I would imagine pinhole snags are going to be quite easy to come by. The curvature of the headband is also fairly extreme; despite their featherlight profile and the super-comfy earpads, I found inward clamping pressure was a bit high which led to some discomfort along the leading edge of one of the earpads which required some adjustment every hour or so. Note if you have a slightly smaller head than me, or are not as sensitive to such issues, you might not notice any of these issues yourself, especially given how light the headset is overall. The lift-to-mute boom mic integrates neatly into a slot in the left earcup when not in use, but when deployed, it sits WAY out to the side of your mouth; there is no option to bend the boom forward or make further vertical adjustments for the placement of the microphone. In practice, this actually works out well because it means you’ll never take a microphone in the eye when you flip the boom up and out of the way but forgot that you bent the mic forward towards your mouth. The headphones themselves do not fold up and the earcups do not rotate flat for easy storage; fortunately, Logitech thoughtfully included a cloth drawstring bag to offer some protection and help keep everything together when not in use—there’s even a small interior pocket for the dongle and USB-C adapter; nice! Logitech also includes a USB-C charging cable in the box. The earcups have very limited pivot and tilt in the earcups before the headband starts to twist, but vertical sizing is accomplished through glide-rails at either end of the headband—they allow the earcups to move smoothly up and down through nearly 2” of travel. There is no click-to-lock sizing mechanism on the glide-rails however so you have to resize it by feel every time they shift slightly from donning/doffing; I also have to wonder how long that system will hold the earcups in place before it starts to work its way loose during regular use…time will tell. USE/PERFORMANCE: The Zone Vibe 125 can handle simultaneous connections to a BT and PC source using the included USB dongle. BT pairing was lightning quick and my Windows 11 machine recognized the dongle immediately without any additional software installation--the headset comes pre-paired to the dongle in the box so I was using the headset on my PC inside of 10 seconds. To unlock all of the headset’s more advanced features, you do need to install the LogiTune app--thankfully, this is one app that does NOT require yet another login and password just to operate. I had no problem with LogiTune on my PC, but the iOS version of the app refused to find the headset even though I was already connected to my iPhone 12 via Bluetooth and listening to music/making calls (based on reviews in the App Store, this is not an isolated occurrence for this particular headphone at this time). At least on my PC, the app allowed me to adjust mic sidetone, set mic volume, and activate one of five sound profiles on the 5-band EQ (flat, all boost, podcast, bass boost, and a custom EQ setting). LogiTune also allows you to adjust the auto-sleep timer for battery conservation or always-on (5 minutes to 4 hours, or never sleep), set the flip-to-mute feature of the boom mic on/off, turn voice-prompts on/off, change the headset language (English, French, Spanish, German, Italian and Portuguese are supported), and run any firmware updates (mine required an update to the headset and dongle upon initial use). Usability is mostly top-notch as Logitech thoughtfully made the onboard physical controls differently shaped so it is easy to operate the headset in the blind. Voice calling features (i.e., answer/reject) are controlled by a button on the back of the left earcup, volume controls use a long rocker switch a bit further down the side, and the power/BT control is a small slider switch at the bottom of the earcup. Play/pause (and Forward Skip when pressed twice) is activated using a button on the back of the right earcup…sadly, there is no button combination to skip backwards when listening to music ☹ In addition to the flip-to-mute microphone boom, there is also a mute button on the boom itself if you simply want to leave the microphone deployed all the time. VERY helpful spoken voice prompts offer informative status updates (Power on/off, percentage battery left, dongle connected, Bluetooth connected, etc.), while a status LED at the bottom of the left earcup offers additional status indicators (low battery, charge activity, active/incoming call, BT connectivity, etc.); however, that status information relies on a combination of red and white blinking, solid, and breathing illumination patterns that isn’t quite as self-evident. In use, the Zone Vibe 125 turns in pretty compelling audio performance. BT bandwidth was reported on my iPhone 12 up to 24bit/48Khz; strangely, the USB dongle connection maxed out at 16bit/48Khz (which is still very good, clocking in at about DVD-quality audio resolution). The headset is very mid-friendly, which was fine for me because that is where most music and vocals live. Highs were clear and non-fatiguing but aren’t necessarily what I would call super-revealing. Bass was clean and very engaging without being overbearing, but it lacked just a tad bit of OOMPH in the very lowest registers that bass-heads and those wanting some serious heft to their gaming explosions or punches might miss. Using LogiTune's bass boost or all-frequency boost EQ settings added a bit more body down low, but the deepest kick drums and explosive sound effects still fell *just a tad* short from what I’ve heard from other more capable headsets. Again, however, these are styled and billed as work-oriented headphones, so the fact that they offer a very enjoyable level of musicality and a very engaging soundstage overall definitely increases their value proposition as a do-it-all headphone that doesn’t get you sideways looks from your coworkers. Finally, voice quality was wonderful—far better than I expected given how far out to the side the flip-down boom deploys the microphone. I spent several hours on BT calls and Zoom meetings using this headset and vocal quality was described as everything from “great” to “really, REALLY clear.” Logitech claims that the mic offers noise-cancelling capabilities—I found that to be true to some extent. Callers at the other end of the line reported that they could not easily make out fans, air conditioning blowers, or droning PC noises that were in close proximity to me, but the mic did not drown out any impulse noise like keyboard clicks, rustling papers, or nearby conversations. Similarly, the lightweight design and mesh earpads didn’t do much for passive noise isolation on my end—if you have a particularly noisy environment you need to tame while you work/concentrate, you may want to look for a headset with active noise cancelling instead. Overall, however, I was surprised at how well the Zone Vibe 125 sounded and performed. Yes, you can absolutely find headsets that SOUND better even at this price point, but you would be hard-pressed to find so many features together in one wireless headset that works so well in settings suited to both work and play at the same time. I suspect my fitment and comfort issues are not going to be common for most people, and so long as you don’t purposefully abuse them, the thin fabric coverings and other lighter-weight materials may hold up reasonably well over time. At the very least, you should give these headphones a closer look if you’re in the market for a work-oriented headset you’d also like to have some fun with…

    Posted by WyldeBlue

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Logitech Zone Vibe 125 on Linux

    I really like this headset. I use this mainly for work, and was concerned at first as I didn't know if all the features would work on a Linux computer, but was relieved that everything works out of the box. I also like the audio queues when powering on/off as well as muting the mic.

    Posted by ErnstG

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