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Jabra SUPREME and EXTREME2 Bluetooth headsets feature Noise Blackout 3.0 technology

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Jabra SUPREME and EXTREME2 Bluetooth headsets feature Noise Blackout 3.0 technology
Arriving just in time for the fall season, Jabra announced yesterday two brand new exciting Bluetooth headsets that feature Noise Blackout Technology, which dramatically reduces background noise that’s sent over to the person on the other end of the line on your phone call.

First up, the Jabra EXTREME2 is the follow up successor to their EXTREME Bluetooth headset and is focused primarily to be an entry-level model thanks to its affordable price point. In addition to packing Noise Blackout Technology, this simple looking headset also features HD Voice and Voice Guidance, which announces things through the headset such as caller ID, battery level, and communication status. For something priced at $79.99 through most retailers like Amazon and Best Buy, it should be a great solution for those looking to get their foot through the door with a straightforward, yet technology rich headset.

On the other end of the spectrum, the Jabra SUPREME appears to be their top-shelf offering as it aims to appease the needs of heavy business users with its depth of features. Notably, it’s the first non-stereo Bluetooth headset to combine Active Noise Cancellation with Noise Blackout 3 and Wind-Noise Reduction technology. Of course, it’s all supposed to come together to offer that high caliber performance with its dedicated microphone and electronic chipset – thus, generating an “anti-noise” sound to dissolve ambient noise heard by the person wearing the headset. Sporting a price point at around $99, it’ll be available soon in October.

source: Jabra

Jabra EXTREME2

Jabra EXTREME2

Jabra SUPREME
Jabra SUPREME

Jabra SUPREME

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posted on 16 Sep 2011, 11:49 1

1. Ice (unregistered)


I'm sorry, but a bluetooth headset priced at $80 is hardly "entry level". Not when decent headsets can be found at 1/4 the price, and very good ones can be found for half the price.

posted on 16 Sep 2011, 13:22

3. nb2six (Posts: 298; Member since: 27 Apr 2011)


but it's Jabra. God's gift to bluetooth users lol

posted on 16 Sep 2011, 11:56 1

2. G-Reg (unregistered)


Welcome to marketing 101

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