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Voyager 5200 cold weather performance and boom covers

nathanbrisk
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Voyager 5200 cold weather performance and boom covers

Device: Voyager 5200

Serial: 262UEC

Firmware: v.510

 

My headset performs so poorly in low temperatures that it is unusable. I'd say the microphone ceases to pick up my voice at about 38 degrees Fahrenheit.

 

I really love the device, and it performs wonderfully in mild temperatures. I walked through a busy airport terminal and ran an audio test, and it cut out virtually all background noise. Excellent!

 

So I would like to add a cold-weather boom microphone cover to my device (in hopes that it will keep the microphone warm enough to function). Is this accessory available, or does anyone have any ideas for retrofitting a product made for another device?

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bhupender
Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: Voyager 5200 cold weather performance and boom covers

Hello @nathanbrisk ,

 

Welcome to Poly Community.

 

The headset model is equipped with mic. which is rated to function in temperature below 0 degrees. If you are facing issues then we suggest you to raise a technical ticket with our support teams so that they can assist you accordingly.

 

Troubleshooting or providing support via the community is outside the scope for myself as an Poly employee. Please raise a ticket with Poly Technical Support.

You should provide the following details to our tech support while raising a ticket:

• Video of issue if possible as it will help visualize the issue.
• Serial number and firmware version of headset/speaker/USB dongle when issue is noticed.

• Is issue from day one or recently started?

 

Best Regards,
Bhupender Thakur

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Best Regards,


Bhupender

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