"Great concept, Crappy plastic"4.0 starson by Gtkid2002
Pros: Wireless, goes through walls, built in volume control
Cons: Headband will break, when losing reception it gets anoyying
Summary: These are great headphones. The sound quality is fairly decent, very similar with what you would get with standard wired headphones. Extremely great concept of wireless, but since Logitech used crappy plastic, they will break unless you never wear them. I will mention how to fix them later. They do have built in volume controls, and it works quite well. I've had mine for almost 6 months, and they still work great, but they do tweak out a little on occasion. Decent bass, and decent
Fairly heavy, but lasts longer than the headphones themselves. It withstands my daily abuse of about 10 hours of music a day on full blast. The dongle is kinda bulky, but i'd rather have a bit of off sized stuff with my mp3 player than wired headphones. The transmitting power behind this thing is awesome. I can go to the other side of my house with the mp3 player on the complete opposite side and it will transmit through about 5 very soild walls (not concrete). These do tweak out in the presence of a microwave, not sure if anyone else has said that but I just did. I've only had the base freeze up once, but it has a built in reset button.
Okay, so your headphones are cracking. Great now you have to make a call to logitech and get a new pair or your money back. WRONG. Go to your local hardware store and pick up some gorilla glue. Stop by a pharmacy and pick up some acne pads (cheap ones are better). Take out one acne pad and let it dry. Now apply a very large amount of gorilla glue to the acne pad and wrap it around the crack. I dont recall how I held it in place, but you could always try scotch tape. When it dries, grab some electrical tape and wrap it around it so you can no longer see the acne pad. That is for a visual thing, as I dont like being asked why you have an acne pad on your headphones. Viola! You are done! Now go enjoy some WIRELESS music!
If you have the headphones and they have not cracked yet, try this to prevent it for some time. Get a pot of water boiling nice and hot. Now take the end of the headband and put it in the water. Slowly and gently pull each headphone peice apart untill it would fit nice and comfy. Hold it where you like it for a minute or two, and then pull it out. I would say dip it into cold water, but that would probably make it crack. I HAVE NOT TRIED THIS METHOD MYSELF.
These are great headphones, but if you get them, and they crack, call logitech. You might be able to get 2 working pairs out of it (the ones you have and another pair of newer ones). Mind you, these will break no matter how good you treat them, but if you do the acne pad fix, You will be able to listen to them for a lot longer than a week or two.
If you paid how much I did for them (50 bucks with shipping), then you got a great deal. If you paid over 100 bucks, go get your money back and buy a pair of FreePulse headphones from logitech.