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Logitech H600 Supra-aural Headset

  • Noise-canceling microphone
  • 2.4 GHz wireless
  • Six-hour rechargeable battery
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  • newegg 2.4 GHz Wireless Roam up to 10 m (33 ft.) from your PC using the tiny, leave-in nano receiver. The nano receiver is so small and unobtrusive and you can plug it into a USB port and forget about it. Plug into more about the plug-and-forget nano receiver.
  • newegg Laser-tuned Drivers Laser-tuned drivers minimize distortion for clear calls and music. This headphone is ideal for games, movies, music, and common calling applications including Logitech Vid HD, Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, Gmail, Windows Live Messenger and AIM.
  • newegg 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. 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. You can also adjust the volume and mute the microphone right from the headset.
  • newegg Rechargeable Battery Listen and chat longer—wherever you are—with the six-hour rechargeable battery. If you’re running low on juice, plug your headset into a USB port—and recharge without skipping a beat.
  • newegg Adjustable Headband and Ear Cups The adjustable headband and ear cups ensure comfort in extended gaming session.
  • newegg Fold-and-Go Design The lightweight headset folds up like sunglasses when you’re ready to hit the road.

Learn more about the Logitech H600




Wireless Type
Operating Time
6 hours
33 ft


Ear Coupling
11.15 oz.


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 Windows and Mac OS
- Works with games, movies, music, and common calling applications including Logitech Vid HD, Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, Gmail, Windows Live Messenger and AIM.


Package Contents
Nano receiver
USB recharging cable
User documentation

Quick Info


  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years

Customer Reviews of the Logitech H600

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  • Phillip M.
  • 11/26/2014 7:29:55 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsWorst gift my wife bought me

Pros: The wireless range is good. Not much beyond that

Cons: Not the most comfortable, fits on the ear not over, sometimes you have to turn the unit on and off multiple times for it to sync with USB receiver. At times you need to unplug the usb receiver for the sync to take place. Battery life is poor at best.

Other Thoughts: Customer service is horrible. I asked for a simple repair and they wanted a PID number that does not exist on the head phones. I took pictures of head phones showing no physical damage, no missing stickers, all other kind of numbers but no PID..after six weeks of trying to death with support I came to the conclusion that this is a waste of my time.

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4 out of 5 eggsGreat Value

Pros: Easy set-up, reliable, good sound quality at a reasonable price

Cons: Seems to last about a year before encountering problems

Other Thoughts: I purchased this headset for both my girlfriend and I, and we've both used this headset for almost a year with no issues. I'm not an audiophile, but I'm quite satisfied with the sound quality I get, having used these headphones for everything from listening to random Youtube videos, to gaming, to editing promotional materials on Adobe Premiere. Range is reasonable, and I can move about my house with occasional interference from a few walls between myself and my computer. Coming up on one year of use however, the charging jack on the headset seems to be giving way, and at the moment I can't get it to charge without jiggling the charger cable into a certain position. I love this headset because it gave me exactly what I wanted for a reasonable price, but it seems like at the one year old mark the headset is finally starting to show a flaw. I don't mind repurchasing this headset every year given its price, but if they could somehow make the charging jack more sturdy, then I would boost my rating to 5 stars and hands-down recommend this wireless headset to everyone I know.

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  • Brian D.
  • 7/19/2014 2:37:53 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood product!

Pros: Good product! Reasonably priced! Comfortable to wear for lengthy periods of time!

Cons: None.

Other Thoughts: Bought this headset to replace an old headset that finally went bad. I've had no issues with it, and it has a pretty decent range on the wireless signal. Upside of it is that you can also hardwire it to a USB port while it charges up, or even use it that way instead of wireless. Been very happy with the product and it's reasonably priced!

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  • James M.
  • 1/14/2014 5:56:59 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

1 out of 5 eggsDo not buy this item, defective straight out of the box

Pros: None. The microphone was defective and did not work at all.

Cons: The list goes on and on. The mic was defective straight out of the box, the headset itself was uncomfortable to wear for any amount of time, average sound quality for how expensive it is. I tried everything possible to get the mic to work but no matter what i did to tinker with my settings nothing worked

Other Thoughts: Do not buy this piece of trash

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  • Jeffrey D.
  • 11/10/2013 11:05:18 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot charging

Pros: Pros are limited to the features of the headset I won't list them here.

Cons: I am mad at myself for not trusting the reviews.. Please look ALL over the interwebz :P you will find people talking about how this headset just "stops charging" I own 3 other Logitech headsets and have NEVER had this issue. I think it ridiculous that they can charge so much for something so cheaply made. I am lucky to have purchased a extended warranty but that said I have only owned it 2 months.

Other Thoughts: Don't buy this headset. Save your money go for something nicer.. maybe a g930 refurbished would be best... I have owned 3 of them and they are AMAZING.

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  • Nicholas A.
  • 9/27/2013 10:14:13 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsGood for price

Pros: Small, lightweight, collapsible, simple to use, very comfortable, affordable (got mine for under $50 on another site).

Cons: Sound quality isn't great, set up doesn't always work as easily as "plug-n-play", battery life isn't great, do not stay on very well (slip off easily). Generally inconsistent.

Other Thoughts: I work at an IT HelpDesk and do a small amount of gaming. Had them for over a year now. Have installed them on multiple computers; sometimes they are recognized right away, other times have to restart.

They are super comfortable if you don't like the feeling of something on your head (sometimes I forget they're there) but b/c of that they tend to fall off pretty easily.

The battery life is as advertised: 6 hrs. Depending on how busy it is, I can sometimes make it through a whole shift w/o recharging, sometimes not.

Sound level is definitely lacking (had to go to playback devices and mess with settings/boost them a lot.) If you're on Win 7/8, turning on loudness equalization makes a HUGE difference. Recently they have started to crackle at certain times.

Overall for the price I paid I'm very satisfied. Like I said, the major downside is that they just feel "inconsistent" in terms of build and sound quality. I recommend for anyone looking for a decent pair of compact headphones for the $50 range. As someone mentioned, if you're willing to spend more towards $75 I'd probably just go with the G-series.

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  • Mr. H.
  • 8/15/2013 3:04:37 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsShort Life Span

Pros: I was very happy with it while it worked

Cons: Short life span 8 months-ish?. Always had to play a game with getting it to connect with the USB dongle. Insert/Reinsert USB or/and power on and off Headphone pwr till you get that beep that's it's connecting. Problem progressively got worse till it became useless.

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/21/2013 6:11:49 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsOW my ears

Pros: Range above average, Sound quality is good, foldable design, wireless does not interfere with other devices the mic mute button is easily accessible.

Cons: I game 4 hours plus sometimes per day and the padding on the ears is terrible it has no give at all. I wanted the accessibility of wireless headset but not at the cost of cauliflower ear! The mic does NOT change sides. The battery life is not as good as advertised.

Other Thoughts: The cost of this product is too high for what it's worth spend a little more and get the Logitech g35

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  • Art R.
  • 4/11/2013 8:51:36 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsBuy the H800 or H760 instead

Pros: The H600 delivers on functional capabilities, i.e. sound and mic.

Cons: The headset is not very comfortable to wear for even short periods.

Other Thoughts: I have been using a pair of H800s for over a year now. Feature for feature both the H600 and H800 offer similar capabilities. However the headband on the H600 has little padding and the headphones seem to clamp down on my head much more. In my mind the additional cash for the upgrade is worth it.

If you want to stay at the same price point consider the H760. It's much more comfortable, but does wrap behind the neck. Some people may not like that. I've been wearing a pair of H760s for about 90 minutes and I'm still comfortable with them.

The primary purpose for the purchase is a corporate setting for unified communications and telephony (Microsoft Lync). I'm investigating lowest cost, name brand, cordless headphones with a microphone. Sound quality is a secondary consideration. Having said that the H760 does a fine job in all areas!

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  • Greg J.
  • 3/6/2013 9:32:13 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

3 out of 5 eggsLogitech - What were you THINKING?!?!?!?

Pros: ¤Lightweight

¤Widest band I've had on a headset in YEARS (Great for people with glasses.)

¤Relatively loud (After you turn up the application, headset, and computer all the way)

¤Mostly black

¤Discrete Microphone


¤ Somewhat full range (50hz - 20Khz) [FULL Range is 20hz - 20Khz])
¤ Fairly decent range depending on the area your receiver is in

¤ Bluetooth compatible with smartphones as a Stereo Bluetooth Headset (Doesn't work for calls though.)

¤ 40mm Drivers

¤ Noise Cancelling

¤ On-Ear Controls - The right ear contains Volume Up, Volume Down (blue circle) a mute mic button, and also the power. Kind of cool, but they could have easily done better. (See Cons)

¤ Lithium Ion battery giving up to 6 hours of run time at max volume, so I'm guessing somewhere in the range of around 2300mah. (See Cons)

Cons: ¤ Material - I'm seriously scared I'll break these things by looking at them (although they've survived my 1yo that loves to wear them constantly so far so who knows.)

¤ Receiver - I got these from a friend, and actually had to disassemble the receiver he sent with them as Logitech gave him another set, and adapter. (See Other thoughts)

¤ Receiver is REQUIRED for use - and is NOT replaceable according to Logitech unless you are under warranty...WOW...way to jip your customers.

¤Even though they're Bluetooth Logitech decided to jip you again by stating that you wouldn't get the software on-board to make this not only a stereo headphone via Bluetooth, but also a stereo HEADSET. In other words if you use a regular Bluetooth USB Dongle, or a smartphone the ONLY thing you can use these for is calls, no Skype, no VoIP, no nothing.

¤ Bluetooth - Even though they're Bluetooth which is good, it's NOT the best anymore, and it's sad to see them using older technology just to accommodate the general public, even though they really didn't considering everything they prevented you from doing. They could have easily used a 5 GHz band for these instead on the Radio Frequency, but didn't, and because of that the range IS crippled. Even though Bluetooth has an advertised range of 10m (33ft) Believe me when I say that you'll almost NEVER get more than a 15 foot shot in any given situation.

¤ Levels - The bass is muddy, and DOES mute the speakers if boosted too much.

¤ Microphone - The shape is ODD...If you look at the tip of it it looks Hollow...W..T..F..? Why that was necessary I'll NEVER know especially considering that it'll just cause more noise to infiltrate the microphone guard due to the echo of the "tunnel" that it's in.

¤ Battery - Irreplaceable (officially) and also proprietary, so you'd have to find a place to freaking buy one even IF you got the headset open to replace it (Good luck doing either.)

¤ Battery Point 2 - The charging cable that comes with this from what i hear is a JOKE in length, so you may want to look at that, however, it DOES use MicroUSB just like almost EVERY android phone, and even some electronic cigarettes that are on the market, so that's not too bad.

¤ On-Ear Controls - These are good, and bad. I say bad because the volume up, and volume down are ENTIRELY too easy to accidentally hit, and not even know that you were until they're muted, and you're left looking around like a blind monkey with hypersensitive smell trying to grab a banana through a window.

Other Thoughts: All in all these are very decent headphones for the price, and purpose considering the style, and weight, or level of uncomfortable pain that I've been in with both other Bluetooth, and regular wired headsets.
However, in my professional opinion, due tot he combination of muddy sound that's only clear at certain levels, and tinny highs topped off with the combination of cumulative problems that you may end up having I'd say to stay away from these, and look into the clear chat series as it's got a wireless that works a LOT better, and as it's circumaural it'll block out more noise, and has WAY better sound and better response frequencies.

To those that are having issues with the adapter just randomly deciding it wants to disconnect when it hasn't moved try this:
Take a small precision screwdriver (flat head) or thin pocket knife kind of like your grandfather carried, and break the metal shield on the USB dongle that has the "Teeth" in it (on the bottom of the receiver part that plugs in you'll see what I'm talking about.)
Be VERY careful when popping it off because all of the cmos chips, transistors, and resistors, and capacitors are on this side, so if you pop one it's toast completely.)

After you've removed the shield you'll see one side that has four "gold" pins extending toward the edge of the USB dongle. This is the USB connection that you'll need to scrape clean (VERY lightly) and then slightly push out of the blue receptacle that it's in so that it extends past the edge just a hair instead of being flush. After you've done that keep the shield off, and re-plug it into your computer **NOTE** Removing the shield removes the ground on the USB Dongle and CAN possibly shock you so don't be ignorant and grab at the dongle's electronics while it's plugged in (which you shouldn't be able to do anyways, but just in case you need to know.)

Mine's been working fine for the last hour consistently after doing these exact steps. Before I performed this it would work at best for ten seconds.

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