Question about Logitech ClearChat Style Headset Headset
Logitech headsets do not come with drivers. If this is a wireless headset, it could be that you are receiving interference from other wireless appliances. If you have a wireless phone, this could be the source of your interference. Researching the headset, it does run at a 2.4 Ghz, so make sure your wireless phone isn't on the same frequency, if you have one at all. Also, this is a bluetooth accessory, class 2, meaning you can't be more that 30 feet away from the usb adapter that's plugged into your computer. Also make sure that you don't have a ton of items plugged into your USB ports on you PC, as this can drain some of the power from the USB port and not supply the correct amount to your adapter. You could also try plugging in the usb adapter to a different USB port on your PC, just to make sure the port itself is not faulty. I hope some of this helps.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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