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Logitech ClearChat Comfort USB Headphones with Microphone for Voice Speech Recognition and Garage Band Music Recording


Logitech ClearChat Comfort USB Headphones with Microphone for Voice Speech Recognition and Garage Band Music RecordingSummary. The Logitech ClearChat Comfort USB Headphones with Microphone are ideal for use with Voice Speech Recognition and music recording with programs such as Apple iLife Garage Band. At a cost of about $40 or less, there’s really no need to evaluate or consider any other headphones. These headphones offer:

  • Laser-tuned audio drivers
  • Sound Switch equalizer
  • Convenient control switch located on headset
  • Rotating, noise-canceling microphone
  • Flexible boom
  • Mute indicator
  • Quick-access audio controls on the headset
  • Digitally enhanced USB audio

Product Details

  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Logitech
  • Model: 981-000010
  • Original language: English
  • Dimensions: 10.24″ h x 8.35″ w x 3.23″ l, 3.00 pounds


  • Connectivity Technology: Cable 10 ft
  • Design Type: Over-the-head Binaural Open
  • Microphone Technology: Noise Canceling
  • Microphone Type: Boom
  • Interfaces: 1 x USB/2 x Mini-phone Audio Gold Plated

Review. “I purchased the Logitech ClearChat Comfort USB Headphones on 17 December 2008 for voice speech recognition and was delighted to discover that the clarity and accuracy of the microphone results in close to 100% voice recognition accuracy when used with the free speech recognition included with Microsoft Office. The built-in mute feature really helps with voice recognition, making it possible to turn off the microphone when not speaking. The sound quality is amazingly similar to $300 headphones I’ve used. For example, the bass is deep and crisp when listening to songs such as Ride Across the River by Dire Straits (iTunes), I Don’t Care Anymore by Phil Collins (iTunes), or Two Worlds by Phil Collins (iTunes). The quality of recording for spoken language is great. The microphone works very well for live music recording when placed close to the instrument being recorded, at least when I tested it using a John Stillwell Lakota Flue. The built-in volume control actually adjusts the computer’s volume rather than just altering the sound going to the headphones. This is a great benefit and ensures that the headphone volume is consistent with the computer’s volume setting. Another advantage of this headset is that it has a USB connection and requires no special software for Windows or Apple. They work great even when used with Windows on an Apple using VM Ware.” – Gregory Johnson, 20081217we

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By Greg Johnson

Greg Johnson is a freelance writer and tech consultant in Iowa City. He is also the founder and Director of the ResourcesForLife.com website. Learn more at AboutGregJohnson.com