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Re: Fedora compatible Headset recommendations?



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Bruno Wolff III wrote:
> I am looking for recommendations for headsets that will work with Fedora
> without using propietary drivers (and prefer ones that are in the distro).
> My main concern is using them for voice communication. I will listen to
> music on them as well, but I am not a very discriminating music listener and
> would prefer less expensive to high fidelity.
> 
> I was hoping to find some recommendations on the Fedora Talk page (perhaps
> in the FAQ), but didn't see anything there.
> 

Sorry for the late response to this, but I have to *rave* about the
Logitech ClearChat Comfort USBâ„¢ headphones I picked up recently.  They
were pretty cheap - under $40.  I use them extensively to record desktop
videos with recordmydesktop, and I also use them daily for Skype calls.
 The sound quality is amazing for listening to music and the like, and
the microphone seems to be very good.  I am really impressed for being
such cheap headphones.

I didn't have to do anything - both RHEL 5 and Fedora 10 Just Work(TM).
 I did have to tell each OS which sound device to use, the sound card or
the USB sound device, but that was a walk in the park.

Thomas
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