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Logitech USB Headset 250 Review
By: Mike Mackenzie
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  • Logitech USB Headset 250 Review
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  • Details of the USB Headset 250
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    Today we're taking a look at the Logitech USB Headset 250, a simple and easy way to communicate directly to others over your PC in privacy. It offers easy plug and play with PCs and Macs. Its great for gamers who dont want to disrupt others but still want to hear the smallest creature in the distance and ensure they make their next kill.


    There have been a lot of aftermarket accessories introduced on the market directed towards gamers and computer enthusiasts, performance mice, gaming controllers and flight sticks. In the age of online massive multiplayer games, USB headsets are one of the most popular accessories. Users have been communicating with headsets instead of standalone microphones and headphones.

    The first communication headsets were standard 1/8 headphones with a microphone which used both a speaker jack and a secondary 1/8 microphone jack. Users would have to unplug their main speakers and microphones in order to use their gaming headsets, and eventually case manufacturers realized the need for additional headphone and microphone jacks and integrated them into the front panel of the chassis.

    Nowadays, aftermarket companies such as Logitech have moved away from the standard headphone jack style headsets and have moved over to USB connection. With the USB connection there is less of a cluttered mess around where multiple wires are connected, and no need for a special case with the headphone jacks up front. Now just a single wire allows the connection to a computer or a hub and sends the audio signal to and from the headset and the computer. Simple to connect and disconnect they are ideal for communicating over the computer.


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