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    Reviews - Plantronics Voyager Legend

    Fifth-generation Voyager Bluetooth headset reviewed and rated.
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    Re: Reviews - Plantronics Voyager Legend

    I have a voyager something. It is good but the buttons are too fiddly. These ones look much better however.

    And agree, a universal USB micro connector would be much preferred.

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    Re: Reviews - Plantronics Voyager Legend

    Quote Originally Posted by Noli View Post
    I have a voyager something. It is good but the buttons are too fiddly. These ones look much better however. And agree, a universal USB micro connector would be much preferred.
    Relatively happy Voyager Pro HD owner myself, so totally agree that having a dedicated connector - rather than using good old uUSB - was a boneheaded move on Plantronic's part.

    Call quality on my VP is pretty good, so presumably the Legend is even better, I also like the multihome feature (although it can be a bit confusing as to which phone is "active" when a call goes off - sometimes the switching isn't seamless) which means I can pair that headset with both works and personal mobile.

    Only downsides are that it doesn't seem to work that well with S-Voice on my S3 and - strangely enough - if worn on the left side of my head the connection to phone drops, whereas on the right it's 100% stable.

    Suffice to say that if the current headset got broken/lost then I'd certainly consider the Legend as a replacement.

    Given the availability of good gear like this I've got to wonder why those numpties you see with their fondleslab stuck to their ear while driving don't do the decent thing and get one...

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