In case anyone stumbles on this thread....
I finished up with a Logitech H800 dongle/bluetooth which worked out of
the box - Ubuntu 12.04. I don't have bluetooth on my computer, but the
bluetooth works well on my Android so that's a bonus.
Both sounds and mic are about the standard you would expect - not high
fidelity but acceptable. I'm getting an occasional interference noise
which I need to investigate, but that could be anything.
It's got the world's most cryptic instruction sheet, but there isn't
much to know so that hardly matters.
On 02/12/14 06:37, Valentin FERON wrote:
I have a Corsair Bluetooth headset too with microphone and it works fine on
Ubuntu as well. It was actually recognized right away by the system.
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2014-12-01 23:38 GMT+11:00 James Gray <ja...@gray.net.au>:
On 1 Dec 2014, at 4:41 pm, David <da...@kenpro.com.au> wrote:
I foolishly bought an expensive ($150) Corsair headset, only to find
that there is fine print under the box that says it only works on windows.
The shop has agreed to change it, but insist that I make sure that what
they get in the right thing. Fair enough.
Any suggestions? The forums aren't helpful so far.
* works on linux
* high quality sound
* wireless (either dongle or bluetooth)
* preferably but not necessarily with microphone
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