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Plantronics Voyager PRO+ Bluetooth Headset (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- A2DP streams music, podcasts, GPS and more
- Plantronics Vocalyst voice and text services
- Enhanced voice alerts for added convenience
- iPhone headset battery meter
- Dual-mic AudioIQ2 noise cancellation
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- Size (LWH): 8.5 inches, 4.9 inches, 2.4 inches
- Weight: 8 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 6 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 125 hours
Delivering premium sound quality, comfort, and hands-free convenience, the Plantronics Voyager PRO+ improves on the award-winning audio and design of the Voyager PRO. Thanks to A2DP technology, you can now listen to your favorite music and podcasts through your headset, and also stream GPS directions from your mobile device. Additionally, you can take advantage of Plantronics Vocalyst voice and text services, which allow you to manage your email, check the weather, and listen to news.
Plantronics Voyager PRO+ Bluetooth Headset
Stream Music and More Using A2DP Technology
The Plantronics Voyager PRO+ Bluetooth Headset enables you to stream music, podcasts, GPS directions, and other audio from your A2DP-enabled mobile phone. Full-spectrum audio comes through at comfortable sound levels that adjust to the noise of your surroundings.
Noise-Blocking Features for Clear, Crisp Calls
The Voyager PRO+'s advanced dual-mic AudioIQ2 technology is designed to block background noise while retaining the natural sound of your voice for crisp, clear phone conversations. In addition, the microphone's three-layer WindSmart technology blocks intrusive wind noise, using stainless-steel mic screens, acoustic fabrics, and electronic filters.
One-Year Free Subscription to Vocalyst
The Voyager PRO+ package includes a free, one-year subscription to Plantronics Vocalyst (service in USA only), which provides you with a variety of voice and text services that you can access directly from the headset. With Vocalyst, you can use simple voice commands to have your emails, text messages, or Twitter feed read aloud to you, and even send text replies while you're listening. You can also check the weather and listen to news--hands-free. And if you want to record a reminder for yourself, Vocalyst can send it to you as an audio email.
NOTE: Vocalyst's email services are supported by Gmail, AOL, and Yahoo. The text feature works with Blackberry and Android smart phones.
Voice and Visual Alerts
Enhanced voice alerts such as "phone connected," "low battery," "talk time X hours," and "pairing" take out the guesswork of managing calls or keeping track of the headset's battery level. Additionally, built-in software enables you to monitor the headset's battery level on your iPhone.
Lightweight, Durable Design
Made with soft, flexible materials, the Voyager PRO+ features a lightweight yet durable construction that has been comfort-tested for extended wear.
Connect to Two Bluetooth-Enabled Devices
Multipoint technology enables you to connect the headset to two Bluetooth-enabled devices--for instance, a work phone and a personal phone. The headset's powerful battery provides up to six hours of talk time and five days of standby time.
The Plantronics Voyager PRO+ is backed by a one-year limited warranty.
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InstantMeeting automatically identifies conference calls and dialing details from your calendar, reminds you just before the meeting is scheduled to begin, and, with one touch, connects you to your conference call.
What's in the Box
Voyager PRO+ Bluetooth Headset, USB cable, and AC adapter.
Top Customer Reviews
I was ISO the perfect headset that balances look, fit, sound, and also has A2DP. I find no matter how much technology, or how fancy the name of the technology, there's substitution for a mic that gets closer to the mouth. The best phone only headset i've ever owned is the Parrot B250XT, but the thing looks like I'm taking drive thru orders at McD's (but it works as well as the ones you see coaches wear at football games).
This headset seems to be the best balance of everything.
Call me a geek but here's my LAB TEST. I used a 2nd phone using a wired sound isolation headset, put it on mute, and called my HTC EVO Bluetoothed to the Plantronics Voyager Pro Plus.
I started with complete silence. The headset works great. I can actually WHISPER and it picks up. This is great because I'm fairly soft spoken so at my lower than normal conversation voice it picks up great, sounds like i was talking right into the phone.
Then I added noise. I turned on the TV on an average volume and stood in front of it. I can definitely hear every word of the TV. But if I talked at a normal voice, my voice totally overpowered the TV sound and I was completely audible. If i walked about 6 feet away from the TV, the TV sound started to get warbled and much more quiet. I think this is more typical as I normally sit about 6 feet from the TV. I can now talk at low to normal and the I can hear myself great. I turned the TV to very high volume to simulate being outside.Read more ›
The only functional issue I've run into is resuming audio playback (using the volume + & - buttons). Pause works properly, but I have to resume playback using the iPhone's controls.
And I agree with other reviewers; the Voyager Pro+ is large, especially when compared to my former headset, a Jabra BT8040, but given the Voyager's superior sound quality, generous battery life, and comfort, I can easily accept its size.
- Excellent fidelity & volume.
- Long battery life.
- Quick charging.
- Battery level indicator (on iPhone)
- Volume buttons tricky to locate by touch.
After living with the Voyager Pro+ for a nearly a month, I'm still an enthusiastic, new owner, but I have additional experiences to share with potential purchasers...
- I'm the sole employee of an independent IT consultancy, so, when traveling between appointments, I answer many client calls in the car. With the Pro+, I've had two clients say something to the effect of... "Oh, I'm glad I caught you in your office." They couldn't hear the road noise. This may be an indictment of my previous bluetooth headset (a Jabra BT8040), but I take it as a tacit endorsement of the Voyager Pro+'s sound quality.
- The comfort is excellent. I've forgotten that I've had the headset on.
- The range of the Pro+'s Bluetooth, in my experience, is outstanding. I've been able to maintain a call when 30 feet away from the iPhone, down a hallway with two 90 degree angles.Read more ›
-Great Battery Duration
-Very Quick Charge Time
-Adjustable Mic Boom
-Announces Remaining Charge Time
-Very Natural Fit
-No Caller ID Announce
-Communication With Phone's Voice Command Ineffective
-Hard to Hear (in car/noisy environments))
-Vocalyst Service Expensive, Cumbersome and
Limited Compared to Competing Services
-Lack of Adaptation to Landline Phones
-Similarly Priced Headsets Offer More Features Without Requiring Additional Subscriptions
I have owned multiple bluetooth devices over the years, and my all-time favorite was the Voyager 510S, when it was cutting edge in its technological era. I was thrilled when this model came out, figuring it was the 510S evolutioned to today's standards. Although it's good, it fell short of my expectations given the price tag and especially because of the need for an additional monthly/yearly subscription that no one else requires.
I purchased it for use with a Motorola Droid X, to replace the BlueAnt V1, which served me very well for a couple of years, although I hated its bulkiness, and the fact that the Caller ID feature only announced the number, not the contact name - but it gave big shoes to fill. The main feature I was looking for at the time of purchase was A2DP, which this headset handles well, and Caller ID by contact name, which the Voyager Pro+ does not have (which I should've researched better prior to purchase, but took for granted it's not a "standard" feature).
Overall, I had a good experience with this headset. I love the design which is lightweight, comfortable and the long mic boom makes for my voice sounding very clear to my callers.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great for truck drivers except the battery life doesn't compare to the blue parrot. Much lighter and more comfy thoughPublished 16 days ago by Kevin Williams
Very good audio quality as 2 others M55 and Plantronics Legend. I thought I lost my Plantronics Legend, which was found after I purchased the Pro +. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Manny
Its okay, better than most, breaks above the earpiece, have had 2, waiting for technology to catch upPublished 1 month ago by Unstoppable1
I drive a truck for a living and I need to have a hands free communications device so, I bought a Voyager Pro Plus several years ago and was extremely pleased with it (I tried... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
They were one of the best BLUETOOTH headset I ever owned until I dropped it in water by mistake.Published 3 months ago by Erick Mercier