Plantronics recently launched a wave of new bluetooth headsets, amongst them, is an update to the solid Voyager PRO headset dubbed as Voyager PRO+(plus). I've always had a pair of the original Voyager PRO and have always thought of it as one of the best bluetooth headset, with the new "+" model, Plantronics added A2DP bluetooth audio as well as some of its advance audio features like GPS streaming or TXT capabilities using the new Vocalyse service.
The Voyager PRO+ (MSPR: $99) is still a rock solid performer. While its considerably bigger and heavier than some of the other leading premium headsets, I love the way its hook distributes its bulk and sits comfortably/securely on my ear. I can wear it for hours without any cramps. The Voyager PRO+ is also very serious looking, with a long mic extension in stainless steel, it is meant for folks seriously depending on their headset and it backs its good looks up with a solid 6 hour talk time. While I prefer some of the newer headsets mechanical power switch (instead of a button that requires one to hold it down for a few seconds), the headset is still quite manageable given its dedicated call/receive and volume (+/-) buttons. One can easily tell the power status by looking at the battery meter displayed on the iPhone after an easy pairing process.
Calls are loud and clear with the new PRO+ (as was the original), Plantronics Audio IQ2 noise reduction is always hard at work. One of the indicator that PRO+ is a serious performer is that it comes with an additional micro USB cable which is handy to be used with any USB based charger (think of the convenience of using any spare USB chargers you have around at home or for your car). The headset will also speak most of its function or battery status to you which is a good improvement over the original.
As mentioned earlier, the original Voyager PRO was already a rock star, now that A2DP is available, Plantronics has perfected a solid design. I highly enjoy the new Voyager PRO+.