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Jabra versus Plantronics

08/28/04 | by JAdP | Categories: Mobile and Wireless, Toys and Tools, TIA Tools & Toys, Bluetooth

Voice Quality

The voice pick-up/transmission qualities of the microphones are worlds apart. The Jabra is very clear. It always get's my voice commands immediately - even though I had set them up directly through the phone. The Plantronics rarely gets a voice command - ever. It's been very frustrating. People that I call, tell me that my calls have never been clearer using the Jabra - they're amazed I'm on a cell phone, let alone using an headset, especially an headset without wires. When I've phoned people using the Plantronics (usually resorting to pulling out the phone to dial), I'm told that I can barely be understood; I've been asked to call back later from a different phone; I was told it sounds like there is a broken wire. In both cases (Jabra/Plantronics), this is when I call from the car [windows closed, a/c on, road noise from tires]. From a still, quiet room, the Plantronics works all-right, both for voice commands and people perception, though not as high on the later as the Jabra. It appears that the noise canceling microphone on the Plantronics cuts out too often making one's voice seem full of static. The Plantronics user's guide has a warning that the mike will cut-out in high-wind areas, suggesting that you use it inside. Whoah!!!

The Battery Life of the Jabra seems to be about the same as the phone, the Plantronics about half of that.

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