Having accidently played around with this a bit more this morning, it appears that if I do not select the Voyager as microphone, I can hear the WebEx Audio. The minute I do select Voyager to be both input and output, then the output stops working.....
Apparently, the BT300 adapter is required for reliable VOIP performance, in general. Here's what I was told by Plantronics support:
The BT300 USB adapter is required, it provided the seamlessly audio bridge between the Headset and you OS X for use with VoiP client.
I've ordered the BT300 and will report back later this week on results.
I'm a little annoyed with how difficult it was to find out once and for all that the BT300 was required for this use case. Once it's all working, however, I know I'll be happy. The Voyager Legend is a great unit, and I hate wires.
Chirs: I'm trying again with most of the text of my attempt from the other day.
So I got my BT300 and I think it's going to be OK. There are some quirks.
I did go into Sound preferences and make the BT300 the default input/output device
I typically use a bluetooth keyboard, mouse, and trackpad when I'm in the office. I had paired the Voyager Legend with my Macbook Pro too. With the BT300, I went into BT preferences and removed the pairing so that the VL isn't trying to connect with both the BT300 and the Mac.
In Google Hangouts, I found that I had to tap the Call button to activate it for the session -- the BT300 would then start flashing. Until I did that, no sound in or out. I found I did not have to set audio prefs in Hangout settings for the session.
In WebEx, testing audio for an online meeting failed until I tapped the Call button, then it worked fine.
I was able to use the same technique to get Cisco Jabber to work, as well.
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