Question about Logitech PREMIUM STEREO USB HEADSET 350
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't have these headsets here and the setup to troubleshoot for your fault. But, I have an opinion.
It seems that the driver for the headset is not routing the sound from the net or other applications to the USB ports, as like with the sound from the media player.
For IE, look in the advanced settings for media and see if there is a setting for this. Also, check out all the media settings in the system for this.
I would search out the properties of the headset to see if there is a setting for this. Also search out the properties of the sound card where it allows for USB and regular sound sharing or routing.
I would also get in touch with the manufacture of this headset to find out if they know something or have a solution.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
SOURCE: Logitech 350 Headset Casing
Had the same problem, no headphone speakers would work.
First use a flat head screwdriver and insert in between leather padding
and plastic case and pry apart. Best to start at one area, insert a wedge
and pry further along. It will take a bit of force before it pops apart.
Take out 4 small philips screws
I found that the wire had broke right at the entry grommet. I pulled the
wire through and wiggled it and the speakers went on and off.
In my case I felt it was best to redo all the wiring. I first took these pictures
to have a map and pulled through an extra 4" of wire through and cut/desoldered
Here are the original wiring connections at the speaker
and what must be the common. This was the wire that was broken
I re-soldered all the connections and separated them as best I could with
electrical tape (no shrink). Put everything back together and so far
seems to work fine.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
go to start menu, control panel, sound.
Then here go into the Tabs and select the Headset as Mic and Speakers.
Thanks and have a nice day Julien
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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