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Plantronics Calisto 825 Speakerphone

Posted in Plantronics by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2011

Plantronics has announced an interesting speakerphone in the Calisto 825 speakerphone, which is optimized for use with Microsoft Office Communicator and Lync. It is designed for private and home office workers who use multiple communication devices to collaborate effectively.

The Calisto 825 has a unique wireless microphone that provides superior speakerphone audio quality as well as freedom of movement. The unit also produces unmatched audio quality and premium sound using echo and advanced noise cancellation technology. The Calisto 825 will cost you $259.95.

Plantronics updates GameCom 777 headset

Posted in Plantronics by Shane McGlaun on June 17th, 2010

Way back in 2008 I mentioned the then new GameCom 777 USB virtual 5.1 surround sound headset. The headset was for gamers and had a USB amp and normal mic and headphone plugs too. Plantronics has announced a new updated version of the GameCom 777.

The new version of the headset has the same design and also has the USB amp included. The main difference is the new version has simulated 7.1-surround sound. The headset has a hide-away mic that’s out of the way when you don’t need it.

Plantronics Discovery 975 Bluetooth headset gets detailed

Posted in Plantronics by Shane McGlaun on September 4th, 2009

discovery975-sbBluetooth headsets are common today, though a recent study claimed that their popularity was declining in the U.S. while growing slightly in Europe. Plantronics is one of the more popular names in Bluetooth headsets and its latest offering is the Discovery 975.

The 975 uses AudioIQ2 DSP technology that features two mics to capture the user’s voice while cancelling out background noise. There are no special buttons to press to activate the tech; it works automatically when the user is talking.

Plantronics unveils new USB headphones for PC gamers

Posted in Plantronics by Shane McGlaun on August 29th, 2008

Plantronics GameCon 777I have said it before, and I will say it again — PC gamers need a good set of headphones. Headphones are a great way to keep the neighbors/wife/girlfriend/mom from complaining every time you fire up Call of Duty to frag some noobs. Headphones also let you hear more nuances of the sound as well.

Plantronics makes all sorts of headphones and headsets for different tasks — including PC gaming. The latest gaming headphones from Plantronics are called the GameCom 777 and are connected to the PC and powered by one USB connection. The headphones have a built-in USB sound card and utilize Dolby Pro Logic II and virtual 5.1 surround sound.

Voyager 855 headset gives you flexibility

Posted in Bluetooth,Headsets,Plantronics by Nino Marchetti on September 10th, 2007

Plantronics Voyager 855Plantronics unveiled today what it is calling the first mono to stereo convertible Bluetooth headset with noise reduction technology. The Plantronics Voyager 855 will be priced at around $150 and should be available in October.

The Plantronics Voyager 855 is a lightweight stereo headset designed to be paired with Bluetooth enabled music mobile phones. It is customizable for stereo or mono use and has a detachable stereo cable so users can determine their wearing style. Technology in the headset lets you know when a call comes in so you can switch over from music. The earbuds are foam-filled for noise management and backed by DSP technology for further background noise elimination.

Plantronics Voyager 520 All-Day Bluetooth Headset

Posted in Bluetooth,Headsets,Plantronics by Darrin Olson on June 28th, 2007

Plantronics Voyager 520 Bluetooth headsetPlantronics has a wireless Bluetooth headset coming soon called the Voyager 520, which is designed for ease of use and all-day wear for those that spend a lot of their day on the phone and on the go. It has a sharp looking black and silver design and Plantronics claims that the earpiece is comfortable enough to last you all day, or until it reaches the 8 hours of talk time or 180 hours of standby time.

It also has a special screen to reduce wind noise and a filter for the microphone to cancel out background noises. A nice feature called QuickPair makes it quick and easy to match up to a Bluetooth mobile phone and it also can switch between two mobile devices as needed. Also to keep things simple, the Voyager 520 has a single button that answers calls and …

Plantronics Discovery 665 Bluetooth Headset

Posted in Accessories,Bluetooth,Headsets,Plantronics by Paul Patterson on January 27th, 2007

Plantronics Discovery 665 Bluetooth Headset The days of seeking out a quiet location to make a call on your mobile may be over thanks to the Plantronics Discovery 665 Bluetooth Headset. This new headset is a significant improvement in headset design thanks to something called AudioIQ.

AudioIQ is a technology that claims to reduce background noise up to 50 percent. For incoming calls, AudioIQ adapts to background noise levels and improves the receive quality, clarity, and volume level. For outgoing calls, AudioIQ reduces background noise for listeners up to 7-8 decibels, or by approximately 50 percent.

This Discovery 665 also features DSP (digital signal processing) sound technology to automatically optimize audio levels on both sides the call. This feature will significantly increase clarity for mobile phone callers, as well as for the listener on the other end of conversations.

The Plantronics Discovery 665 Bluetooth Headset will …


Quiksilver and Plantronics Announce Bluetooth-Enabled Outerwear

Posted in Accessories,Apparel,Bluetooth,Plantronics by Paul Patterson on January 23rd, 2007

Quiksilver Double Daffy Snow JacketQuiksilver, a leader in outdoor sporting apparel and Plantronics of Bluetooth technology fame have announced a partnership that aims to outfit outdoor enthusiasts with Bluetooth-enabled sports gear. The new line of products is designed to give outdoor enthusiasts a seamless experience to go from one environment to the next while staying continuously connected to their mobile devices.

The new line of apparel and accessories will integrate Quiksilver’s outdoor sports lineup with Bluetooth equipped mobile phones, iPods and MP3 players. Plantronics’ technology will be embedded within the Quiksilver apparel and accessories and allow stereo sound to stream wirelessly from compatible products so that users can play and control music as well as answer incoming calls.

The clothing will be designed for both men and women and will be found under the Quiksilver and Roxy brands. The inaugural collection of apparel and accessories …