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H600 Wireless Headphones Gotcha

Just a note on the Logitech H600 found from eHow but the comment was buried and only available via the Google Cache so I thought I would repost it here.

I'm using an H600 with a MacBook Pro. It stopped charging and I didn't know why. I came across this gem:

Headline:

My Logitech Headset 350 Won't Work | eHow.com


had trouble with my h600 logitech headset not charging. I just got a steady orange light. I couldn't find much help online but what I did do was unplug my headset turned the computer off for about 5 mins and even unplugged the computer. I tuened it back on , plugged in my headset and viola! it started to blink slowly and is now charging. I hope this helps someone else.

So I took the USB wire out , tried it on a AC charger (didn't work) but then went down and plugged it into my PC - it started recharging as expected.

I'll update this to see if it completely dies again. I hope not - I've been having terrible luck with all my wireless headsets (Blueant died, Plaintronics died and my original Logitech did too).

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Multi touch said…
The earpieces are usually wired to each other or, with smaller models, to a small transmission unit that hangs around your neck or goes in a pocket. Music quality was generally adequate in our tests, but don't expect a Bluetooth headset to sound as good as the best wired ear buds for an MP3 player. Many are heavier than mono headsets.
Comfortable to wear and outstanding shapes make the prefect product to use. Goof range microphone and noise isolation ear piece. That’s not enough it is also highly compatible with the latest mobile phones and latest OS. you can use it on any device having the Bluetooth technology.
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Anonymous said…
External AC adapter to USB, BINGO! Also the battery is replaceable

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