|Product Dimensions||23.6 x 21.1 x 8.1 cm; 311.84 Grams|
|Batteries||1 Unknown batteries required.|
|Item model number||981-000406|
|Form Factor||Headband Headset|
|Hardware Platform||Laptop, PC|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item Weight||311 g|
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Logitech H390 Wired Headset, Stereo Headphones with Noise-Cancelling Microphone, USB, In-Line Controls, PC/Mac/Laptop - Black
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|Form factor||On Ear|
|Age range (description)||Adult|
|Included components||User documentation, USB Computer Headset|
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- Optimum Comfort: PC headphones with plush, padded headband and earcups
- Enhanced Audio: Experience premium sound quality; system requirements: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later, Chrome OS USB port, MAC OS X (10.2.8 or later) USB port
- Noise-Cancelling Qualities: A rotating microphone that minimizes background noise for clear calls
- In-Line Controls: Adjust the volume and mute your mic via the headset cable
- USB Connectivity: Plug-and-play when you are ready with a simple USB connection
- Upgrade to Logitech H540 headset for high-definition sound and on-ear controls
- Works with Chromebook: This product is tested and certified as works with Chromebook, which means it meets Google’s compatibility standards and works seamlessly with your Chromebook
- NOTE: If the headset is not working Please adjust the headset volume on the cable control. Make sure the headset is not on mute. The mute light flashes when mute has been activated. Check the USB cable connection to your computer. Try a different USB port on your computer. Connect directly to your computer. Do not use a USB hub.
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H390 USB Computer Headset
Control Calls Without Disruption
Experience clear internet calls with a simple plug-and-play USB connection and noise-cancelling mic. In-line controls
let you control volume or mute without interrupting calls. Laser-tuned drivers deliver enhanced digital audio with your favorite music and games.
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The microphone is a different story; it strongly emphasises the higher frequencies which makes the speech sound sibilant and harsh. Actually, this is excellent for clarity of speech on a phone call, especially if it's not a very good link. I suspect that was Logitech's design intention. On the other hand, if you want to record a voice-over for a video, or any other purpose, your voice will sound thin and harsh, and unpleasant for the listener.
In summary: for listening to speech and music you will be pleased. For speaking on phone calls the high frequencies make your speech very intelligible. For recordings where you want a good, natural voice quality, the H390 is quite unsuitable.
Also, after using these for a few hours they are not very comfortable. The older model was much more comfortable. One side of the band that has a ratchet type sizer is very loose so doesn't stay in place. Quality has gone down. Would not buy this again - only the older model.
Now I just purchased a different usb headset that is so much better - Jabra
The headset has large padded headphones that press against the ears. They are not large enough to completely surround the ears but they still provide a useful level of sound proofing. I found that they were comfortable for an hour or so but became a bit uncomfortable after two or three hours, squashing my ears against my head.
The microphone boom arm is attached to the left earphone and can be moved up and down by a large amount and moved in and out by a small amount, giving all the adjustment you need. Note that it cannot be rotated all the way round, which means you can't use it with the microphone on the right hand side.
When using with Windows 10 or Linux Mint there is no need to install a driver (and no driver is supplied). When I first used them, I could not hear my own voice when speaking, which gives the impression that the line is dead. (This was the same on Windows and Linux.) Most telephone systems have something called 'side tone' which means a small amount of your voice is fed back to the ear piece so that you know the line is working.
On Windows, you can adjust the side tone level in the device properties in Control Panel. There is a slider that goes from 0 to 100. (I use a value of 50 for the Sennheiser headset I use for work.) The control seems far too sensitive for this headset. Using a value of 1 with this headset give much more side tone than you would normally expect, which increases fatigue with prolonged use. Values of 2 and above are unbelievably loud and totally unusable. So you are left with a choice of no side tone, which is disconcerting, or too much side town, which is uncomfortable.
On Linux Mint, I could not find a way of adjusting side tone, so it is always disconcertingly quiet when you speak.