- Size (LWH): 7.2 inches, 5.98 inches, 6.46 inches
- Weight: 5.12 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 6 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 120 hours
Plantronics Voyager PRO Bluetooth Headset
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- Dual-microphone AudioIQ2 noise-cancelling technology retains natural sound of your voice
- Pivoting mic boom lets you wear headset on either ear
- Includes micro USB charging connection
- Three layers of WindSmart technology - stainless steel mic screens, acoustic fabrics, and an electronic filter help block intrusive wind noise
- What's in the Box: headset, AC wall/travel charger, three soft gel eartips, two foam eartip covers, and a printed user manual
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The Plantronics Voyager PRO is a recipient of the 2010 iF Product Design Award for excellence in design quality, workmanship, choice of materials, degree of innovation, environmental friendliness, functionality, ergonomics, visualization of use, safety, brand value, branding and universal design. The award remains valid for the entire product lifecycle.
Featuring the next-generation AudioIQ2 digital signal processing (DSP) technology, the Plantronics Voyager PRO delivers superior noise and wind cancellation as well as rich, natural inbound audio so you can hear and be heard clearly in virtually any noisy environment--from windy sidewalks to hectic airports. This comfortable, behind-the-ear headset features two noise-canceling mics on a boom, AudioIQ2 technology with its adaptive 20-band equalizer, and three layers of WindSmart technology. The pivoting mic boom lets you wear the headset on either ear and optimize the position of the two microphones. An automatic voice prompt alerts you to battery and mute status. It provides up to six hours of continuous talk time and five days of standby from single charge.
While other headsets deliver noise cancellation at the expense of overall audio quality, Voyager PRO's AudioIQ2 technology and unique adjustable dual-microphone boom provide the advantage of capturing your voice close to your mouth so the AudioIQ2 technology can more effectively remove ambient noise, while still maintaining the natural sound of your voice.
With its finely tuned adaptive 20-band equalizer, AudioIQ2 makes you sound like you're in the same room as your caller, not miles apart. To achieve this, AudioIQ2 makes use of two microphones--one that's focused on your speech and the other that picks out distracting background sounds, such as road hum and construction noise. It then compares the data from the two mics and eliminates the unwanted sounds, leaving your unique voice free to be heard clearly and naturally, as it was meant to be.
The dual microphones are also stacked with three layers of WindSmart technology. Stainless steel mic screens, acoustic fabrics, and an electronic filter in the mic circuitry--all aggressively block intrusive wind noise. The adjustable boom, which allows you to wear the headset on either ear, positions the mics where they can best capture your voice, further enhancing the sound quality.
See a schematic of the Voyager PRO's controls.
The Voyager PRO features a soft silicone ear tip that's ideal for acoustics and an ergonomic fit; a durable, flexible rubber that's suitable for continuous skin contact; and even weight distribution across multiple touch points to help avoid fatigue.
The Plantronics Voyager PRO endured 24 rounds of human factors testing to perfect the design for all-day wearing, comfort, and stability. The behind-the-ear wearing style is perfectly counterbalanced so weight is distributed evenly, rendering it virtually weightless when worn. The Voyager PRO ear tip is made of soft silicone for an optimal fit and features a "sound channel" that helps distribute audio evenly to the ear.
Designed with the mobile professional-user in mind, it includes easily accessible power, volume and mute buttons and features voice prompts for low battery warnings and mute status. Finally, the lithium polymer battery provides up to six hours of continuous talk time and five days of stand-by time, exceeding the talk and standby times of most mobile phones.
- Bluetooth technology: Version 2.1+EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
- Bluetooth profiles: Hands-free v1.5 (HFP), Headset v1.1 (HSP)
- Range: Up to 33 feet (10 meters)
- QuickPair technology: Supports initial pairing with Bluetooth phones
- Multipoint technology: Supports an active connection with two Bluetooth devices
- Headset controls: Power on/off; volume up/down; call answer/end; mute function; quick battery check; call reject; last number redial*; voice-activated dialing* (*if supported by phone and phone provider)
- Voice prompts: Mute status on/off; battery status for low/recharge battery
- Battery type: 3.5V Li-ion polymer rechargeable
- Charge connectors: Micro USB connector and AC/DC 100â€"240V
- Charge time: 1.5 hours for full charge
- Weight: 17.5 grams (0.62 ounces)
- Talk time: Up to 6 hours
- Standby time: Up to 120 hours (5 days)
- Warranty: 1 year limited warranty
What's in the Box
Voyager PRO Bluetooth headset, AC wall/travel charger, three soft gel eartips, two foam eartip covers, and a printed user manual
Package Type: Standard Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
I keep giving these dual mic products 5 stars because they keep impressing me with their ability to improve audio quality. I gave this one 4 due to a minor flaw that's a bit annoying for those of us with facial hair - the wind screen on the boom mic catches my beard and rips out hairs at least a few times a day! Ouch!! I've since noticed another reviewer mention the same problem so it's not just me. If not for that, this headset probably would've gotten 5 stars. But I can't deny the fact that using this headset is literally painful!
The Voyager Pro indeed has superior audio quality. I tend to be a bit soft spoken and I also work in an office with barking dogs, so being heard on the phone can be challenging. No, this headset doesn't magically remove the barking dogs keeping only my voice for the caller to hear. But a friend that I speak to regularly often complains about the shrill barking in the background. It seems that headsets are so good at picking up audio that the dogs are amplified compared to what I hear live in person. Anyway, this Voyager Pro does a good job of suppressing the barking and blunting the edge to the point where my friend can hear me loud and clear while the barking dogs are more tolerable on his end. That's the advantage of dual mics.
Dual mic technology is really popping up everywhere. The results speak for themselves, literally!! Every dual mic product I have is superior to every product I've tried with only 1 mic. The comparison isn't even close.Read more ›
But this time the raves were right, as in my opinion, it's tuned out to be the best one on the market to date. Read on and you'll see why I came to this conclusion.
Upon arrival, opened it immediately, as I had a good test scenario in which to use it the following day: walking around a noisy outdoor flea market. The packaging was excellent, and found immediately that the instruction manual was written in a very clear and concise fashion, with easy-to-follow text and good illustrations. Followed the directions and charged the unit for the suggested 30 minutes before first use.
As it was charging, looked carefully at the new Bluetooth headset and immediately thought that it might be uncomfortable, as the battery pack portion which rests behind the ear appeared larger than many on the market. I also wear glasses, and didn't think that it would be at all comfortable. Found later that I was quite wrong in both cases.
After its initial charge, tried to see how easy it might pair with my often-stubborn cell phone, and exercise that has sometimes required a few tries.Read more ›
If you have a loud (or probably even normal volume) voice, and don't have windy environments the 9xx Plantronics Discovery 925 is smaller, more comfortable, and has a super convenient carrying case that recharges the battery. I invested in the snazzy Discovery 925 first; but, unfortunately for my special needs voice and environment, the lack of vocal volume and windy environments prevented the Discovery from getting the sound of my voice to others. For me, I'm more than willing to go with the somewhat larger, not as comfortable, not as convenient recharge of the Voyager Pro. It's still an amazing headset that far out works ALL the rest.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The ear piece broke after 4 months of use. It cracked right on the top where manufacture claims to be bendable. Purchased this for my husband. Read morePublished 16 days ago by MONIKA
It only has a six hour talk time. In my business I really need at least eight other wise it works greatPublished 18 days ago by Kevin Malo
My husband ordered and being a charter bus driver will have nothing else. They block out - outside noises so the person calling him hears only his voice. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
Worked for a year or so and then stopped charging/functioning. Disappointed.Published 28 days ago by Nagarajan
Man this thing is crystal clear and got it at a Great PricePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer