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Logitech H151, Lightweight 3.5mm Stereo Headset w/ Noise-Cancelling Boom Microphone, Black
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- Full stereo sound for crisp, clear voice and video calls
- Versatile noise-cancelling boom microphone lets you be clearly heard, rotates out of the way, and can be worn on the left or right side
- Adjustable headband and foam ear cups for a personalized, comfortable fit
- Convenient in-line controls let you easily adjust volume and mute the microphone
- Works with windows 10 or later, windows 8, windows 7, or windows vista, mac os x 10.5 or later, chrome os, linux kernel 2.6+ and ios or android devices. please refer the user manual before use
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Don't know what sidetone is? Back in the day, land line phone handsets fed the sound from the mic back into the earpiece, so a person could clearly monitor their own voice (and also hear any other sounds that the other party could hear that the mic picked up). That enabled a person to modulate their own voice (instead of screeching in order to hear themselves) and speak much more clearly. It made for a much better phone conversation experience. That feature was called sidetone.
It's a feature that cell phone designers and engineers somehow decided not to add to cell phones, or to make it so low in volume as to be nonexistent.
So until either cell phone engineers put sidetone back into cell phones or headset manufacturers start building it in as a feature, the workaround is on-ear headsets that allow you to hear your own voice while you speak.
The downside is that on-ear headsets aren't exactly convenient to carry around, and they're not inconspicuous. And they can be a bother if you're wearing a hat.
But they do give you some natural sidetone by allowing you to hear the sound of your voice. And this headset from Logitech, as I said, has some good crisp audio quality for phone calls.
Which brings up another point. Even after years of development, possibly the thing cell phones still do worst is make phone calls. The audio can still be garbled and fluttery due to digitizing and signals that fade in and out in strength. So good audio quality---in that mid-range EQ sweet spot---can make cell phone calls a lot more pleasant.
While there's a volume control on the cord, there's no answer button. That's probably a decision to keep the headset compatible with many devices.
Overall, good headset.
I thought it would be annoying to have a corded headset, but it really isn't. You're already stuck carrying the phone around with you, right? So I got a small pouch that goes around my waist, and the phone goes in that for my marathon phone conversations with my mom and best friend. Very, very happy with this headset! Consistently happy with Logitech products in general.