Plantronics Explorer 395 Bluetooth Headset Released

Bluetooth accessory maker Plantronics has now released their latest Bluetooth headset, the Plantronics Explorer 395 Bluetooth headset which is available in both bronze and black colours reports an article over on engadget.

The Plantronics Explorer 395 headset features dedicated phone call, power and volume buttons along with a compact classic design delivering high quality audio for an affordable budget price.

Unfortunately as the Plantronics Explorer 395 is in the budget line it doesn’t support any noise cancellation tech but is said to deliver up to 5 hours talk time and up to 7 days standby time and weighs in at 0.39 ounces.

The Plantronics Explorer 395 is universally compatible and features Plantronics QuickPair tech for easy and quick setup with any Bluetooth enabled mobile phone and commands a price tag of $49.95 and is available from Verizon, A&T, WalMart, T-Mobile, Target, RadioShack and others.

UPDATE: Had an email sent in to us via email stating, thought you might be interested to know that although the headset is not noise-cancelling as you said, it does however feature Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology which reduces noise, echo and wind distortion, and ensures that the user’s voice is heard clearly and sounds natural. It also enhances the users voice which noise cancelling does not do, so every word is heard on both sides of the conversation.


2 thoughts on “Plantronics Explorer 395 Bluetooth Headset Released”

  1. msingleton says:

    I have a plantronics explorer I purchased about a month ago. It has started having trouble answering and ending calls. I have to press the connect button a couple of times It is also not turning off every time I turn it off

  2. Carol Winitsky says:

    I just bought a plantronics 395 and he voice command does not function; spoke to plantronics tech by phone and he thinks my iPhone 3G may need at update. Everything I've seen online refers to Apple's pushing of an IPhone 3GS or else the 4G rather than providing a phone update which includes voice commands. Can this be true, or is there an upgrade lurking around somewhere?

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