But ohci has the full duplex problem. Then a USB headset can't be use with ohci. But if you want to use it as headphone only, or microphone only, ohci has no problem. Otherwise, it seems to be a pretty good product. That is, something seems to randomly un-set the 'thru' selection, thereby muting the headset audio at times.
Until someone suggests a better solution, here's a hack that seems to work: once you have a proper, working setting with the Audio MIDI setup, prevent it from being changed by locking write-protecting the the preference file. I'm really unsatisfied with this solution, but for the time being, it seems to do the trick. BTW, in a somewhat related note: I've found Rogue Amoeba's freeware app SoundSource to be quite useful when switching OSX's audio back and forth between the headset and internal speakers.
Hey little thing with my USB headphones from Logitech, since its annoying with old sound cards like my creative soundblaster live, it will have music and stuff from my speakers which is connected to my sound card. But when it comes to windows prompts and games its on the headphones, is it possible to have them running simaltaniously or is it with the whole onbourd motherboard connections and stuff?
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I read good reviews about the Logitech USB Headset , so I was dissapointed to have difficulty in getting its headphones to work consistently. The mic would work and the system reported no errors, but the headphones would get no sound. Opening Audio Midi Setup and toggling from '2chbit' to '1chbit' pausing to adjust the volume to cause it to make noise, just because and then back to '2chbit' seems to make it work consistently. For what it's worth, as far as sound quality goes, I agree with the reviewers in giving them a reasonable thumbs-up.
I didn't experience the sound problems that came about with the Can anyone provide insight as to why things aren't so much "it just works" with the audio? The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. See our disclaimer. Explore this item Specifications Brand Logitech.
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Most helpful negative review. Average rating: 1 out of 5 stars, based on reviews. How they remain in this category or with that in the specifications is beyond me. Chai, September 23, Verified purchaser. CyberSista, September 24, Top contributor. DJ01, February 7, Written by a customer while visiting walmart. CVS33, February 15, See all 36 reviews. Ask a question. Number of answers Most recent questions Most recent answers Sort by. Answer this question. Cord is about 3 feet long.
Long enough to use at your desk, but not long enough to venture any farther than your personal work space. No, this headset does not have a mute button. Nope, no mute button. Unfortunately not. Can it be use on home work phone? This product is only compatible with USB devices. No, as it is a USB headset which is not compatible with a headset jack for a telephone.
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