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Bluetooth Headset Comparison Guide

 

How do you keep up with all of the latest and greatest Plantronics Bluetooth Headset on the market today? Every one of the headsets offers something just a little bit different than the one before. Our customers are always asking which headset will work best for them so we developed the following Bluetooth headset comparison guide to make it easy.

 

 

 
 Model Voyager Voyager Marque 2 Marque       Discovery Backbeat
 Number Legend Pro HD  M165 M155 M55 M50 M25 975 Go
                   
 Talk Time 7 hrs 5 hrs 7 hrs  5 hrs 11 hrs 11 hrs  11 hrs 5 hrs 4.5 hrs 
 Standby Time 11 days 5 days 11 days  9 days 16 days 15 days  6 days  7 days  10 days 
 Charge Time 1.5 hrs 1.5 hrs 1.5 hrs  2 hrs 2 hrs 2 hrs  2 hrs  1.5 hours  2.5 hrs
                   
 Weight 18 grams 17 grams  7 grams  7 grams  8 grams 11.5 grams  8 grams  8 grams   13 grams
                   
 3 Microphones X                
 2 Microphones   X X         X X
 AudioiQ2 Technology   X           X
 AudioiQ3 Technology X                
 Deep Sleep Mode     X   X   X    
 Multipoint Technology X X X X X X X X  
 Noise Canceling X X X X X X X
 Smart Sensor X              
 Caller Announce X   X X X        
 Voice Alerts (Whispers) X X X X X    
 Voice Commands X X X X X       X
 Wideband X X X   X   X    
 Echo Canceling     X  X X X X X X
 Wind Noise Reduction X X X  X X X X  
 Bluetooth Version 3 2.1 3 3 3 3 3 2.1 2.1 
 Bluetooth Profile:                  
          A2DP X X X X X X   1.2
          HFP  1.6 1.5 1.6 1.6   1.5 1.5 1.6  1.5 1.5 
          HSP  1.2 1.1 1.2  1.2   1.2 1.2  1.2  1.1 1.1 
          AVRCP X X             X
          EDR X X X X X X X
          Stereo X X X X X X   X
          DSP X X X X X X X X X
                   
 Price  $98.00 $85.00  $57.00 $50.00  $49.50 $47.50 $34.00 $65.00 $98.00 
                   
     

       

 

 

What does it all mean?  

We have provided in simple terms what the acronyms mean and how they benefit you.

 

2 & 3 Microphones - The more microphones you have the better.  With each additional microphone sensing background noise, your headset can better identify your voice making your call more clear to your caller. 

A2DP = Advanced Audio Distribution Profile lets you listen to music through your Bluetooth headset when connected to your mobile phone or mp3 player.

HFP = Hands Free Profile is what allows voice dialing activation, redial, call transfer and call answer/end capabilities.

HSP = Headset Profile is what allows your Bluetooth headset to be used with your mobile phone.

AVRCP = Audio/Video Remote Control Profile allows you to control volume from the headset, it also supports functions like play, pause, stop, next, and previous.

EDR = Enhanced Data Rate allows for faster data speed, available on Bluetooth version 2 or higher.

DSP = Active Digital Signal Processing is what allows computer headsets to connect through the computers USB port.

Wideband = Gives you a clearer more natural sound to your voice.

AudioiQ2 Technology = Two microphones on the same headset that separates your voice from the background noise. These microphones deliver the speaker's natural sounding voice and adjusts calls for comfortable listening volume.

AudioiQ3 Technology = Multiple microphones on the same headset that separates your voice from the background noise and the side tone detection for noise & tones allows for your voice to be as clear as possible in a noisy area.

Caller Announce = Will tell you who is calling from your mobile phones contact list.

Voice Alerts (Whispers) = You will hear the headset say power on, power off, talk time, battery low and so forth….

Voice Commands = You can tell the headset what you want it to do from a list of commands, like answer or ignore tone incoming call.