Intuitively directs calls to your phone or headset, pauses music for incoming calls, and allows you to automatically answer by simply placing the headset on your ear.
Multi-microphones optimize your voice and minimize noise caused by wind, movement, and background sounds.
Announces incoming caller's name and lets you say "answer" to accept the call or "ignore" to decline. Just say "answer" to take a call. Tap the voice button to check battery level, connection status, or dial Vocalyst to hear emails, newsfeeds, and more. Press the call button to interact with Siri, Google Now, or Cortana voice-controlled smartphone assistants.
Sensors react when you put on or take off your headset.
Putting on your headset will:
Taking off your headset will:
Experience our best noise and wind canceling formula: 3 mics + 3 layers of wind protection.
Sound your best in the worst traffic, street noise, or crowded areas.
Voyager Legend accesses your contact details in your phone to announce who's calling and then waits for you to say "Answer" or "Ignore."
Tap the Voice button on the mic boom and use your voice to check battery level, connection status, and more. You can also ask "What can I say?" to hear a list of voice command options.
Stream music, podcasts, movies, and more from smartphones and tablets. Sensors will pause audio for incoming calls and when you slip off the headset.
Comfort-tested for extended wearing, the flexible materials and balanced lightweight design is also durable enough to withstand daily wear and tear.
Silicon gel eartips come in three sizes so you can find the best fit.
Separate mute, call, volume, and power buttons provide easy access and control.
Toggle, slide, or tap the button you need without having to look at the headset. It's even easier now to switch off the power to extend battery readiness.
The new magnetic connection makes charging quick and easy.
There are two ways to find your misplaced Plantronics headset:
SEND A TONE: If you think your headset is powered on and within 33ft/10m of your phone, play a sound file through your headset and hear it signal where it is.
TRACK IT: If you think your headset is powered off or too far away, review its recent activity on a time-stamped map to discover where your headset was last used. (Your GPS location services on your phone must be enabled)
(BONUS: If you have the latest Android™ OS 3.0 or later you will receive an on-screen headset battery meter in the notification bar.)