he Voyager Pro is a large Bluetooth headset, a bane con¬sidering sleek and
tiny is in. The armature that sits behind the ear is bulky but the weight belies the bulle The mouthpiece is mounted on a long, but sleek armature. The black of the unit is relieved by a silver strip on the mouthpiece armature and on the rear of the earpiece. The call accept/ reject button is cleverly inte¬grated into the mouthpiece armature and we missed it at first glance, but it's easy to use. The earpiece is soft sili¬cone and pretty comfortable.
for it takes the shape of your ear. Once worn the device feels comfortable, and its size doesn't get in the way of usability. The volume bu ttons are intuitively placed, as is the power button. Pairing with Symbian and WM phones was a snap. The only minor problem we had was with the mouthpiece unit - the microphone has a honeycomb grille and if you haven't shaved, this keeps getting (sometimes) painfully caught in the stubble! Tapping the call button rapidly twice will dial the last called number. In call clarity is great, voices sound clear, with no distortion but there is a slight mechanical sound to the voice - not 100 per cent natural sounding. The range is a good 15 feet or so, but a reasonably clear line of sight is a must. The moment a wall or door comes in your way, signal quality deterio¬rates badly.
To be honest, this happens with all headsets and is not a grouse, merely a fact. The dual microphone setup is advertised as a plus, and it is, it cuts wind noise both sides when the unit is being used outdoors, your voice is clearer, and you can hear someone speaking from a windy area. It also cuts out other to some extent, vehicle honks and machinery sounds. A boon is the support for pairing with two Bluetooth devices.