Abolish ‘I’ll have to call you back” scenarios with the Jabra Supreme headset
If you want to be able to concentrate and enjoy having a conversation with somebody without the intrusion of annoying background noise and interference, you may be interested in reading about the Jabra Supreme – the first non-stereo headset to incorporate Active Noise Cancellation technology.
Boldly going where ‘no headset manufacturer has been before’ in exploiting the benefits of Active Noise Cancellation technology, it sounds logical that a user’s listening experience will be improved. Incorporating an electric chipset within its internal components, the Supreme headset generates an “anti-noise” function that essentially blacks out any ambient noise, providing a greater depth of call quality.
We have all experienced some kind of annoying interference at some point when talking over the phone and Jabra are intent on making this an affliction of the past, as its Noise Blackout 3.0 allegedly ends all potential interference that causes many a caller to grumpily cry ‘I’ll have to call you back!”
Windy conditions are often not the best time to enjoy talking to someone on the phone with crystal clear clarity, but thanks to Jabra’s new Wind-Noise Reduction technology, high quality conversations can be achieved regardless of the weather conditions.
Asides from its ambient noise reducing qualities, the Jabra Supreme boasts a ‘state-of-the-art’ adjustable earhook, meaning it is both non-intrusive and sits comfortably and inconspicuously in one’s ear and possesses a powerful 24mm speaker to provide authoritative sound.
The Jabra Supreme can connect to two Bluetooth devices with Advanced Multiuse TM Technology, weighs just 18 grams and provides 6 hours of talk time and 15 days of standby time.
Although for a headset this ‘supreme’, it will cost you – £99.99 to be precise.
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