Excerpt: The well-received Plantronics Voyager series of Bluetooth headsets is topped off by the Voyager Pro model. Featuring a dual-mic AudioIQ setup for noise cancellation, this is easily one of the better headsets available today.
Plantronics Voyager PRO HD Bluetooth Headset Review
29 March 2012
Conclusion: Although both the previous Voyager PRO+ and the PRO HD are identical in design the same does not apply for their performance since i both the received and transmitted audio quality of the Voyager PRO HD is perhaps the best I’ve ever heard from a Bluetooth headset, at least from an single earpiece...
Pros: - Design (For Some), - Audio Quality (Transmit/Receive), - Dual Noise Canceling Mics, - Smart Sensor (Just Wear It To Answer The Call), - A2DP Streaming, - Battery Life, - Vocalyst Service, - My Headset Application, - On-Screen Battery Meter (iOS/Android), - Multipoint Technology (Simultaneous Co...
Cons: - Bulky Size (For Some), - Smart Sensor Needs Getting Used To
Conclusion: The Plantronics Voyager Pro delivers the highest-caliber Bluetooth voice quality, in almost any environment. The Aliph Jawbone Prime wins with wind noise handling, but the Voyager Pro still nabs our Editors' Choice.
Conclusion: With its integrated proximity sensor, the comfortable, great-sounding Plantronics Voyager Pro HD lets you switch calls between handset and headset simply by placing it on your ear. Only if it weren't so big.
Pros: Stellar sound quality. SmartSensor proximity-sensor technology works well. Supremely comfortable. Very good sound quality.
Cons: Still larger than what most people want to wear, at least in public. Vocalyst service costs extra after the first year.
Conclusion: This was a great headset to review and would like to check out more Plantronics products. I think I may contact Plantronics to see if they can remedy the reset situation with my LG Lotus and get that taken care of. I may even use the Voyager PRO to speak to them with when I call them.
Pros: Quick Pair Technology, Dual mic setup and windscreen for excellent sound quality, Voice prompts for low battery, Multi-point technology to pair two Bluetooth devices
Cons: Bulky design, Not as light as some other headsets
Excerpt: The Plantronics Voyager Pro is a Bluetooth headset available for $99.99 at the Plantronics Store. The device gets about three hours of full talk time out of the battery before it starts to get low. How do I know its low? A helpful voice speaks into my ear advising me to prepare for a charge.
Excerpt: While the adoption rate for Bluetooth headsets has been increasing over the years, it is nowhere near the saturation point. Could the Plantronics Voyager Pro be the headset to finally shake the market?
Pros: Comfortable fit, Great call quality, Ability to sync to multiple devices
Excerpt: I’ve used a Plantronics 510 series for about 2 years now. It’s been a nice, steady workhorse for me. It isn’t the flashiest, or the loudest, but it has always been rock solid. Now along comes the new Voyager Pro. If offers a host of new features and technologies – a whole host of improvements.
Pros: : I like the sound quality – it’s really impressive.
Excerpt: If you don’t mind looking like an extra in a 1-800-Dentist commercial and have no reservations about looking like a crazy person yammering to yourself, the Plantronics Voyager Pro may be the perfect Bluetooth headset for you. This headset is big, bulky and (surprise, surprise) silly looking.
Pros: Easy to use. Super sound quality. Stays attached to your ear. You will look like a telephone operator from the ’50s.
Cons: You will look like a telephone operator from the ’50s.