Reviews and Problems with Plantronics Voyager Legend
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Plantronics Voyager Legend
16 May 2014
Conclusion: The Plantronics Voyager Legend is a successor to the Voyager Pro Plus series of Bluetooth headsets and, like those, is also aimed at business professionals who need to wear a headset all day. It's extremely comfortable, though its style will never qualify it as a fashion accessory.
Pros: Very comfortable, Excellent sound quality, Long battery life
Excerpt: Plantronics' Voyager Legend is the followup to its well-reviewed and well-received Voyager Pro headset. The company listened to the few points of criticism regarding the headset, making it smaller and shrinking the boom microphone to be less obtrusive.
Conclusion: Plantronics has been producing high-quality headsets for about as long as we can remember, but the name of the latest - Legend - suggests that this is the best yet. Described simply as 'the world's smartest headset,' this £60 solution is geared toward professional users who demand comfort and...
Plantronics Voyager Legend Bluetooth Headset Review
18 November 2012
Conclusion: If i said that i was taken off guard by the overall performance of the Voyager Legend i would be lying since its predecessors have already set the bar high enough so it's somewhat natural that Plantronics would only release something better, at least in terms of performance.
Pros: - Build Quality, - Design (Overall), - Size / Weight (19g With The Eartip), - Audio Quality (Both Ends), - Tri-Mics With Wind Canceling Technology, - Caller Announce / Voice Commands, - Battery Life (Up To 6+ Hours Of Continuous Use), - Bluetooth 3.0 (A2DP/AVRCHP/HFP/HSP)
Cons: - Price (For Some), - Magnetic USB Connector (Harder To Replace)
Excerpt: Plantronics has announced a successor to its flagship Voyager Pro hands-free kit, the Voyager Legend. The headset has three specially tuned microphones which optimise your voice and lead to the best possible call quality even when in noisy environments.