Jabra, today launched Supreme, the world’s first mono Bluetooth headset with active noise cancellation along with Digital Signal Processing (DSP), Noise Blackout 3.0 and Wind-Noise Reduction technology. Active noise cancellation removes ambient noise giving the user excellent call quality irrespective of the noise setting. Supreme also comes loaded with Noise Blackout 3.0 that reduces background noise. Also Read - 5 truly wireless earphones to get if you are serious about music
The new Wind-Noise Reduction technology uses the ‘capsuling’ comprising a foam capsule that stops wind and allows only sound to pass through it. Jabra Supreme is designed in a black leather finish along with a patented boom arm that flips. The headset also switches on and off depending whether the boom is open or closed. The design element also includes adjustable ear hook and comfortable ear cushions. Also Read - Top 5 truly wireless earphones under Rs 5,000: Jabra Elite 65t, boAt Airdopes 441 and more
It is HD ready Jabra will provide a software update once mobile operators start providing high-definition voice. It gives 6 hours of talk time and 15 days of standby time. It can pair with two Bluetooth-enabled devices simultaneously and also offers voice-guidance (voice commands) to make calls to contacts stored in the phone’s memory.
Priced at Rs.7999, Jabra Supreme has one year local warranty and will be distributed by Redington.