Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC Bluetooth Headset with USB Type-C Adapter (Black)

Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC Bluetooth Headset with USB Type-C Adapter (Black)

Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC Bluetooth Headset with USB Type-C Adapter (Black)

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Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC Bluetooth Headset with USB Type-C Adapter (Black)

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Product Highlights

  • Up to 20 Hours Talk Time
  • Up to 98' Range
  • Over-Ear Design
  • Includes USB Type-C Bluetooth Adapter
  • 4 x Internal Dual-Paired Microphones
  • Boom-Less Design
  • Active Noise Cancellation
  • Sensors Detect When Headset is On or Off
  • Dynamic Mute Alert
  • Supports Standard UC Applications
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Color: Black

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Plantronics Voyager 8200 Overview

  • 1Description

Enjoy your tunes and answer calls without wires with the Voyager 8200 UC Bluetooth Headset from Plantronics. Boasting up to 20 hours of talk time, 24 hours of listening time, and up to 98' of wireless range from supported Bluetooth Class 1 devices, the black over-ear Voyager 8200 headset comes with a compact USB Type-C Bluetooth adapter for connecting to your Mac or Windows PC. An indicator on the adapter lights up when the headset is muted.

Equipped with four internal dual-paired microphones, the boom-less Voyager 8200 features a two-level active noise-cancellation mode that lets you choose how much ambient noise you want to hear. The Voyager's smart sensors are designed to detect whether you're wearing the headset, ideal for automatically playing and pausing music or answering calls. A dynamic mute alert warns you when you're talking while the headset is muted. Certified for Skype for Business and optimized for Microsoft Lync, the Voyager 8200 supports unified communication applications and softphones from Avaya, Cisco, Skype, and others.

Smart Playback and Connectivity Features
The Voyager 8200 can connect to two Bluetooth-enabled devices at once. You can play music or answer your phone simply by putting on the headset, and pause your media player or mute a call by taking it off. A dedicated button gives you quick access to mute, while a voice prompt alerts you if you're on mute when you start talking.
Boom-Less Design
The Voyager 8200 features integrated dual-paired omnidirectional microphones with DSP noise-canceling technology.
NFC Support
Touch to pair the Voyager 8200 with devices that support near-field communication.
Headset Control
Calling and media controls on the headset include call answer/ignore/end/redial, mute, volume up/down, Bluetooth pairing, active noise-canceling mode, open mic mode, smartphone VPA (virtual personal assistant) access, track forward/back, and power on/off.
Hearing Protection
SoundGuard DIGITAL technology offers protection against sound levels above 118 dBA, while an anti-startle feature is designed to detect and eliminate a sudden increase in signal level during calls. Time-weighted average helps to prevent average daily noise exposure from exceeding 85 dBA.
OpenMic Button
Allows you to hear your surroundings without having to take the headset off.
Customize Your Experience
Choose the settings to customize your headset with the Plantronics Hub app for iPhone, Android, Windows, and Mac. Check remaining talk time, select your language preference, change feature settings, and customize call and mute notifications. Keep your device up to date with Plantronics Hub over-the-air firmware updates.
Seamless IT Management
Voyager 8200 UC is supported by Plantronics Manager Pro, a software utility that is sold separately. You can use Plantronics Manager Pro to manage headset inventory, monitor usage, and maintain devices.
Bluetooth Profiles
Supports A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, and HSP.
UPC: 017229164703
In the Box
Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC Bluetooth Headset with USB Type-C Adapter (Black)
  • USB Charging Cable
  • 3.5mm Audio Cable
  • BT600 USB Type-C Bluetooth Dongle
  • Carrying Pouch
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Plantronics Voyager 8200 Specs

    Headset Features Answer/End Controls, Digital Signal Processing (DSP), Hearing Protection, Music Control, Mute Function, Noise Cancellation, Volume Control
    Microphone Design Integrated
    Pickup Pattern Omni-Directional
    Earpiece Design Over-Ear
    Listening Mode Binaural
    Wireless Range 98' / 29.9 m
    Wireless Technology Bluetooth 4.1 
    Standby Time 1 Month
    Talk Time 20 Hours
    NFC Yes
    Wearing Style Over-the-Head
    Frequency Mode Wideband
    Weight 10.19 oz / 289 g (Headset)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.405 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.0 x 7.5 x 4.6"

    Plantronics Voyager 8200 Reviews

    Voyager 8200 UC Bluetooth Headset with USB Type-C Adapter (Black) is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 31.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ok Headset but overpriced I purchased this headset to use in the office and found that while voices on calls sounded good to me and my voice sound good to the people on the other end of the call, the noise cancelling in the headset itself while not in a call is barely there. I could clearly hear all of my co workers talking which defeats the purpose of the headphones. I returned them and will continue looking for a suitable headset. If this product was half the current price, I could consider them but at such a high price point, I couldn't keep them. The overall quality of the headset is very nice and I like the carry bag that comes with the headset.
    Date published: 2018-05-07
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Trying to love them but frustrated is 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: 2018-04-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent luxury headset This headset stands up there with the Bose qc35 and the Sony x1000 noise cancelling headsets in terms of sound quality. (Surpassing them in certain cases) The noise cancelling is not quite as effective in busy areas as some competitors but the inclusion of noise rejecting microphones and long range USB dongle make this system infinitely better for business. Great comfort with the soft letter earcups. This headset is a great example of have your cake and eat it, so while at work you're not switching between headsets and music, it all just works. Having the headset fully charged in the box was a nice touch too.
    Date published: 2017-09-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing for call center and home use I've used this headset for over a year now and have been very happy with everything from microphone quality, battery life, sound quality, noise cancellation, connectivity and comfort. I am in a noisy call center and use this headset for 10+ hours of continuous use per day. I have to use the MDA200 dongle to integrate with my hard phone and desktop and occasionally (once a week) the headset will lose connection with the dongle in between calls but resetting it (takes 5 seconds) always resolves the issue. Definitely worth the price. I haven't seen a drop in battery life over the year I've had them. I'm also impressed with music quality. I also have a pair of wired Bose noise cancelling headphones and I think that the noise cancellation is on par and the sound quality may even beat out the Bose set.
    Date published: 2018-12-18
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from I'm trying to like them I 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: 2018-02-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from All around great product ... nails the use case We work in an open, collaborative environment. This headset is perfect for the application. When turned on, it reduces noise (well enough) and connect every time to both my PC and iPhone. If a call comes in, the PC is muted and you can answer the call. Hanging up, un-mutes the PC. Because the system uses a USB-based wireless transceiver there are ZERO issues with listening and talking in full duplex, which is not true of standard Bluetooth devices on a PC. Further, the headphones mute when taken off the ears and the battery lasts 20+ hours. I LOVE these things. They may not have the best noise cancellation or the best sound (they are very good to my ears, though), the 8200UCs, again, nail the use case of a versatile phone/PC/music all-in-one solution. Love them.
    Date published: 2018-11-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great mic for calls I bought these because I spend a lot of time on conference calls and my co-workers always used to complain about the sound quality on any of the several pairs of ear buds I went through, so I was on the search for a great headset with a quality microphone. These work with my cell phone and my computer for both regular calls and skype/go2meeting/webex calls. My only complaint is that the 3.5mm aux port does not accept a 4-pole connector. Not a huge loss, but if battery were running low, it would be great to be able to connect this headset - including the mic - to a computer/phone headset jack without the need for bluetooth.
    Date published: 2018-06-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are Awesome with a capital A I had a few long flights coming up so wanted some NC headphones to use on the flights and on the computer. These headsets are the best option out there for the mobile professional who needs UC functions for Skype and bluetooth for mobile and tablets. I've had these for a couple of months now and they continue to impress. The NC function is great, really drowns out the noise from anything from flights to loud office mates. The bluebooth syncs perfectly to my IPhone and IPad and works like the charm. Battery life is great too and it recharges very quickly. The entire package is well thought out. The 3.5mm audio cable had a 90 degree bend because the jack in the airplane is usually on the side of the armrest. I found that to just be excellent product design and really taking into consideration all aspects of usage. These headsets are also comfortable and professional looking, suitable for office use without drawing attention. These can compete with Bose or Beats any day and win for the business warrior. Now just make the box more eye catching. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
    Date published: 2017-12-21
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