Logitech H600 Wireless Stereo Headset $114.35 (RRP $179.95) + Delivery @ CompuCoast

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Cut loose from your PC with wireless audio for your calls and music.

Plug and forget
The tiny, leave-in nano receiver is always ready for use. Plug it in once to a USB port—and forget about it.

Loud and clear
Laser-tuned drivers minimize distortion, so you can enjoy clear calls and stereo sound—while a noise-canceling microphone reduces background noise.

Unleashed audio
You’re not chained to your desk—move freely up to 10 m (33 feet) away from your computer with reliable wireless.

Plug-and-forget nano receiver
So small and unobtrusive, you can plug it into a USB port and forget about it. Plug into more about the plug-and-forget nano receiver.

Laser-tuned drivers
Minimize distortion for clear calls and music.

Noise-canceling microphone
You won’t have to compete with background noise to be heard——which means crystal clear calls with work, family and friends.

Flexible, rotating boom
You can position the microphone right where you want it—and rotate it up so that it discreetly hides in the headband when you’re listening to music or watching a movie.

2.4 GHz wireless
Roam up to 10 m (33 ft.) from your PC using the tiny, leave-in nano receiver.

Six-hour rechargeable battery
Lets you chat and listen longer—whether you’re at a desk or on the move.

Adjustable headband and ear cups
Designed to keep you comfortable.

Fold-and-go design
The lightweight headset folds up like sunglasses when you’re ready to hit the road.

Simple, on-ear controls
You can adjust the volume and mute the microphone right from the headset.

Plays nice
Works with common calling applications including Skype™, Google Hangouts™, Yahoo!®Messenger, and other calling services.

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Comments

  • +1

    It does not have bluetooth.
    Does it use the universal receiver of Logitech?

    Thank you

    • After a quick google of the Unifying Receiver:

      It's compatible with all Logitech Unifying products (look for Unifying logo displayed on compatible products)

      So no

  • Hi seniordoc

    You're correct, it doesn't use Bluetooth. It uses 2.4GHz wireless instead. It doesn't use the Logitech unifying receiver, it has it's own leave-in nano receiver.

    • Actually, yes, the H600 DOES have Bluetooth. It is an undocumented feature! Set your device/sound source to discoverable mode, turn the headphones on, then hold Mute and Volume UP simultaneously. The green light will blink slowly at first and then rapidly during pairing attempts. This worked for me, it is clunky but can work. YMMV.

  • Just FYI, the H800 is a huge improvement over the H600.

    • Mine is almost 10yrs old and still going strong. The noise cancelling on the microphone is superb.

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