I recently bought a Logitech H800 headset, and I'm having an interesting issue using it as an audio device via bluetooth. First of all, it creates two audio output devices:
The first H800 device doesn't actually output anything, but the second one (with "Stereo") does. However, while using the second one, the system insists on using the laptop's built-in microphone:
If I switch to the headset microphone, it works. However, it automatically switches to the first (non-working) headphones output. So, no audio. If I go switch that one, the input automatically switches back to the built-in microphone.
Is there something wrong with Logitech's device in this case, or is there something I can do in the scope of Apple that can help with this issue? I would think the bluetooth connectivity is pretty standard across the board, so I'm hoping for the latter. Essentially I currently can use either input or output, but not both. Is there a way to force the devices to not automatically change when I manually change the other devices?
For reference, the headset also has a USB receiver for RF connectivity. That works correctly. It's just the bluetooth connectivity that has this issue.