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[Best Buy] Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC Noise Cancelling Stereo Bluetooth Headphones - $216.99

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Mar 20, 2016
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[Best Buy] Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC Noise Cancelling Stereo Bluetooth Headphones - $216.99

Similar to Backbeat Pro 2, but for office professionals (enhanced mics etc). Not sure if it is HOT, but couldn't find a cheaper price online.
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Aug 27, 2016
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Can't hear it myself, but aparently the mic is terrible.
In fact it's so bad that my coworkers have repeatedly told me not to use these in meetings.
Had to buy a second headset.
ANC periodically cuts out.

For music is a great headset. But not for teleconference.

For $210 is borderline a good deal.
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May 21, 2018
16 posts
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I would recommend Jabra UC headsets over plantronics from a recent experience.
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Apr 16, 2002
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I use the Plantronics Voyager 3200 every day for work. been great for me so far. pairs to computer and mobile phone effortlessly. nice sound quality. I like having one ear free to interact with co-workers if needed while I'm on a call

https://www.plantronics.com/ca/en/product/voyager-3200
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Jan 4, 2014
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Newmarket
I'm using this product for almost 8 years on a day to day basis. It's not for you in case you are traveling, since it has a base unit. But for home office or a normal office, it's one of the best. It's using DECT for connection between base and headset, so you could walk around the house. highly recommended.
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Nov 7, 2005
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Vancouver
Grchacks wrote:
Jun 21st, 2019 11:46 am
I would recommend Jabra UC headsets over plantronics from a recent experience.
I grudgingly agree. I'm using a Jabra evolve UC65 (https://m.staples.ca/en/Jabra-Evolve-65 ... CA_1_20001) and like like it primarily for the magnetic left-or-right side boom mic. Minor sound isolation but comfortable . Main strength is the boom mic that isolates from external train traffic noises so that people can absolutely hear you with a screaming SkyTrain in the background.

I hated it initially, but honestly could not find a better alternative when talking about "teleconference" work (zoom Skype phone calls), not really music. Any other headphone with a "can" style could not isolate like something with a boom mic will, from what I tried.

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