What’s In The Box
In the box you’ll find the headset, wireless base, and five different wires. If you’re familiar with Logitech products whatsoever, the headset’s design will not be much of a surprise. It’s matte gray with black synthetic leather and the Logitech logo on each ear-cup.
The left ear-cup contains all of the headset’s features. The microphone extends outward, and moves vertically (up and down). Also, when the mic is up, it is muted. If you don’t like moving the mic to mute it, there is a mute button next to the two volume wheels. Each volume wheel works independently of the other, giving you full control over the levels of game and voice audio. Power and input buttons are located on the back side of the left ear-cup. Finally, the headset’s charge port and 2.5mm port for Xbox 360 voice audio are on the bottom.
The base station is matte black with a glossy black trim. Its front has the Logitech logo on the left, three green LEDs in the middle, and a USB port to charge the headset. Checking out the back you’ll find two sets of RCA plugs, a 3.5mm (headphone) aux in port, a micro-USB port for the PlayStation 3 voice audio, and the base station’s power port. Each side is blank but the bottom has a sync button.
Logitech has included a 2.5mm cable for Xbox 360 voice chat, mini-USB cable for PlayStation 3 voice chat, an RCA pass-through cable, micro-USB cable for charging the headset, and the power cable for the base station. All of the cables can be a bit daunting, but the next section covers a few setup configurations.