I have a Logitech G35 wireless headset that I am trying to get to work with Ubuntu 12.04. When I go to the "Sound" option in System Settings, there is nothing at all listed. Not even the onboard sound... Going in alsamixer, I see "Logitech G930 Headset" in the list, with a volume, but raising or lowering this does nothing.
I have a Logitech USB Headset. It worked fine on Kubuntu 13.04, 64 bits, but not on Kubuntu 14.04, 64 bits.
When I plug in the headset, Kmix does not show it on the master channel window (Right click on Kmix icon at system tray --- Select Master Channel...).
I bought a Logitech G930 gaming headset to use with Skype and for general use. I don't plan to play games, but like the idea of using a high-quality-noise-canceling headset. The main reason for use is for my Skype calls with people in foreign countries. I'm learning French. Sometimes there's noise in the household where I live, and this headset should help me to tune it out.
My dog chewed up my old wired dynex usb headset, so I bought a Logitech Wireless H600 headset and now am having sound problems.Problem: Cannot get sound through Logitech Wireless H600 headset via browser/youtube. I can get sound locally through VLC if I set it to output through alsa - headset.
Briefly, I have the following equipment:1) IOGEAR GBU421 USB Bluetooth Dongle2) Logitech Bluetooth Headset A-00031 (also billed under "Logitech Bluetooth Headset for iPad")Everything on this dongle/headset combo works, save for the mic in Arch. Mic works on win7.Bluetooth system: bluezManger (GUI): bluemanSuspected Problem: b
Looking to sell my Like New condition Logitech G930 Headset. Everything works and looks as if new. I just replaced the ear pads today with brand new pads as they were the only thing showing any signs of use. Included is the headset, the wireless USB dongle and the USB dongle platform w/ charging cable. The cable itself coils around the USB platform but can be unwound to about 5ft.