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Poly - Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC - headphones with mic

Mfg.Part: 208769-01 | CDW Part: 4773880 | UNSPSC: 52161514
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Poly - Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC - headphones with mic
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Main Features
  • Headphones with mic
  • full size
  • Bluetooth
  • wireless
  • NFC
  • active noise canceling
  • 3.5 mm jack
  • black
Wherever work takes you, the Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC Bluetooth headset is ready to block background noise so you can concentrate on your work, your call or your playlist. Its contemporary, boomless design delivers comfort and style, while dual-paired microphones deliver Plantronics signature audio quality and clarity. Switch seamlessly from phone to laptop. By staying connected to two devices at once, you ll never miss a call. And with two levels of active noise canceling, 24 hours of listen-time and hi-fi stereo sound, Voyager 8200 UC helps you focus on the moment and leave distractions behind.
Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC - headphones with mic is rated4.50 out of5 by16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic HeadsetThis is a fantastic headset, full stop. While expensive, it offers the best noise cancelling I've experienced on an office headset (I had 20 years of telecoms experience). My office is a large open plan office containing our busy Service Desk for a top London University, and has metal doors and roof so bad weather makes it very noisy. With the headset on, the ANC cuts out a lot of the noise, and the people on the other end of the phone can't hear a thing.The sound quality is amazing, really clear and deep bass notes when listening to music, and I've even tested it on a gaming laptop and it was as good as a dedicated gaming headset.What sets this out and makes it a great headset for someone who travels a lot, is the battery life. Real world testing is around 20 hours battery life, I used this in the morning while working from home for a few conference calls, then used it to listen to music on a 4.5 hour train Journey then again for more conference calls once at the other office, that evening i used it on my gaming laptop while at my hotel and still had 9 hours worth of battery remaining.I was seriously impressed with the Voyager Focus, and would recommend that headset for most people, but this blows that out of the water if you did fancy something more fancy!
Date published: 2018-01-02T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from There is No better headset. PeriodI work in communications sales and I get to see and try out a lot of headsets.This is by far the best headset on the market. It beats all of the Jabra headsets (Quality, Price and SupportIt's much better than the "Home User" Sennheiser. (These are "plasticy" and feel cheap.)Caveat. If you are an Office Worker only and if you don't travel, you might want to consider the PLT Focus instead. It has a similar audio quality but it has a BOOM Mic, it's smaller and it doesn't cover your ears entierly. it just sits on your ears.Or if you like Sports and Activities, the UC6200 might be a better fit.My 8200 in FANTASTIC on Planes, the 2 levels of Noise Cancellation are GREAT.Also I used it on a Lawn Tractor at full throttle for a test. My Wife said the sound was pretty good.I recommend this headset.
Date published: 2019-05-02T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 8200 UC ReviewExcelent playing music, excelent on voice-calls, annoying playing games (a tiny vibration and poor sound quality when playing even an small game.The volume is restricted to moderate, you can't blow your ears when listening to favorite song of dropping the bass. Overall very comfortable and light. Hopefully, in a future the volume can be higher and the firmware ports for games will be fixed.
Date published: 2017-12-20T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Terrible connectivity issuesIf I turn off the PC or the headset, it can to take 2+ hours to get good connectivity with the USB device so the sound quality isnt terrible lo-fi. Its a frustrating device.I would not recommend it. My Bose Quiet Comfort's are so much easier and better quality. This headset is provided by my employer, which is the only reason I am using them.
Date published: 2018-08-13T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from UnbelievableJust received these and after about 4 hours of use here are my first impressions:Form, Fit and Style: Solid construction, sexy look and easily-adjustable comfy fit. The previous generations of Plantronics' flagship business cans have been impressive, but ultimately made you look like Lobot from Star Wars. These are much more compact, stylish and are not much larger than the ubiquitous Beats (with considerably more functionality...and Bluetooth). Plantronics listens and adjusts. +5Function: Arrived fully charged. Instantly paired with PC via the included USB Bluetooth dongle. I already had Plantronics Hub installed. Controls are simple and intuitive, solid integration with Skype for Business, and Avaya Softphone on the PC. In addition easily paired to iPhone for use for iPhone calls, Skype for Business calls, GooglePhone calls and for music via iTunes, and Amazon Music. Volume controls on both the headset and/or the phone/app seem to overlap just a bit, but feels like this is to avoid excessive volume and/or accidental hearing damage. Easy to get to the right level. Taking off the headset, or pressing the "open mic" button pauses the music while letting you hear-through to outside sounds (which is pretty cool if your boss walks up and asks you a question). So far these are living up to the price and the hype. +5Sound-Music: For music these are better than most in-ear solutions. The bass response is impressive. I'll need to let them burn in a bit before I give a full-range assessment, but if you like to feel the bass you won't be disappointed out of the box. Plenty loud that's for sure. There are two levels of noise cancellation. On the mid setting it covers most office background noise nicely. On the high setting it seems like it would cover up airplane noise, but I don't fly till next week so can't yet say. I like it loud most of the time and these don't disappoint. +5Functionality for Calls: Sound great to me. Only had a couple of calls thus far and no one complained about voice quality. I've used most of the Plantronics product line over the years for business and they almost always get Active Noise Cancellation right. Time will tell on these, but I'm optimistic that wind and background noise in the mic will be stellar. Call controls, again are stellar and although I'm not a fan of switching between active calls it isn't as hard as with other solutions. The "open-mic" button acts as a mute button when in a call. If you are jamming tunes and a call comes in it pauses the music and auto-resumes when the call ends. Double-tap on the right ear calls last number dialed. Single tap, or voice command answers incoming call. Single tap hangs up when in a call. This is Plantronics bread/butter. +5Overall: I can't yet find anything I don't like about these other than maybe the premium price. However that usually levels out over time-and if your company buys in volume and is doing due diligence procurement-wise you aren't paying list anyways. If you are buying these for yourself and need all the features you'd be hard-pressed to find a better solution so just buck up and lay down those Benjamins. In full disclosure I received these at no cost for evaluation and this is my "first impression" review. I will do a follow-up review addressing durability and long-term usage at a later date. +5
Date published: 2017-09-12T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding!!Have been using these for a week. They are OUTSTANDING .. extremely comfortable for hours at a time, great sound, excellent audio pickup, excellent features. I replaced a competitive pair with these and what a great decision it was. I did receive these as a demo, however my review has absolutely nothing to do with that (I have access to a lot of audio etc equipment). These headphones sound great (music is pretty good although a little light on the high side but still very passable for music on a plane, etc, and call audio is fantastic), no boom is so great and the microphones are excellent pickup and rejection of outside noise, pairing is simple, the audio prompts are excellent, call control is great, wireless connectivity to the BT dongle is instantaneous and clear, with great range for walking around. I used these also while walking in the street in manhattan and they were excellent for a conf. call for both me and the other participants. Note they do not screen out close & clear voices with their noise reduction .. would be great but does not happen at the moment. Noise reduction for office level constant noise is excellent. Cannot say enough how comfortable I find them (average size person).
Date published: 2018-04-18T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Trying to love them but frustratedis headset for a couple months now. I have never had an over the ear headset before.I am in a fairly noisy office and was hoping to use these for cold calling sessions, but they just don't cut the background noise from others in normal conversation tone in 3 other cubicles near me.I bought a boom mic to run with them, but when I plug it in, the Bluetooth is disabled and disconnects from my phone.I cannot find a single person to talk to about this.Also worth noting the plastic volume dial rattles while I walk and can be heard quite loudly in my left ear.
Date published: 2018-04-18T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product and serviceLove my Voyagers - battery is excellent and they are comfortable to wear for long periods. Sound quality is very good and when my 14-month old Voyagers suddenly died on me, Plantronics replaced them with a new pair within a few days in a very easy process. Would highly recommend.
Date published: 2019-03-10T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It needs a boom MicI like the quality of the product. The sound is great. I use it for home. I work in a loud call center, I can hear my customers clearly but they can't hear me. it was frustrating trying to use at work. A boom mic would really help.
Date published: 2018-04-13T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm trying to like themI have owned this product for about a month now. The headset is very good. It has a nice solid feel to and seems to be very well built. All of the buttons and adjustment points have a good firmness and feel, so my suspicion is that it will last for a long time.Comfort is excellent. I have worn it for 4+ hours while barely noticing. Every once and a while I have to shift some it around to get off some pressure points, but I have never gotten a headache or anything like that after long usage. One minor comment on the ear cushions - they are almost too high quality. They are made out of some sort of super soft leathery material. I do like to walk outside during breaks while listening to audio books and can get a bit of a sweat going on a warm day. Hopefully that doesn't impact the cushions. Not sure if replacements are sold or not.In terms of noise cancellation, it also does a very good job. I have used a high end competitor product for many years, and I would say that these are about 70% as good without any weird air pressure sensations. They will definitely make a big difference for general office noise. However, I think I'm going to continue to take my old pair on flights where a little better ANC goes a long ways, and I had hoped this could be my only travel audio equipment going forward.Call quality is great. For me, the main appeal was to have a high end headset that I could use with my desk phone for calls and then switch back to music from my cell phone with minimal button pushing. I use the Plantronics MDA220 for the desk phone connection, and the headset works great for this use case especially as it can be paired with multiple devices at once. As one would expect, the call audio/microphone performance here is top shelf as is the case using them for cellphone calls.With all of that said, I do have a few complaints - one being fairly significant for me.The significant one is that the minimum cellphone call volume is too high. I am continually trying to set it lower and receiving the, 'volume minimum' audio alert. On many calls, I would turn it down 3 more notches if I could. Because the ANC is so good, I think having a lower minimum volume is even more important as you can hear the audio so well. My dad has severe hearing loss, and I already have mild tinnitus from I when was in the military which makes this a big deal for me. I usually set headset volumes down to where I have to semi-strain to hear it, and I even tried wearing earplugs with these; however, that made it too muffled. This is not an unheard of Plantronics issue as searching for it on the internet reveals a number of similar complaints.I really want to like this headset, but this could be a deal breaker for me. They are better with my desk phone because I can adjust the volume there separately and on the MDA220. Another user said they thought the volume was too high for music. The Plantronics app is pretty solid, so maybe a firmware/app update could allow minimum and maximum volume adjustment? It would be great if it could.In terms of buttons/switches, I think they could be laid out/designed better. The call connect/disconnect is basically the entire outside of the right earpiece; it's very big while the mute button is a tiny red button towards the bottom of the earpiece. I can mute/unmute as many as a dozen times during a 30 minute call while, of course, I only connect/disconnect at the beginning and end of calls. It would be awesome if these buttons were switched with the bigger one being the mute. I have to fish around for the mute button for a split second every time and have accidentally disconnected a couple of times in the process. I am sure that others will have different opinions on this, and this is probably a big ask - but switch configuration in the app would be a really cool feature.I'm not a big fan of the twisty volume thing. It's just a little futzy, and due to my issues with the mute button on the right side, I'm always afraid I'm going to bump something and get disconnected. My 5200 has nice, functional volume buttons that work just fine. This twisty thing seems over thought to me.All in all, it's a very good product. I keep thinking that really high end office call headsets will become the norm rather than the exception and am happy to see Plantronics pushing ahead here.
Date published: 2018-02-16T00:00:00-05:00

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