Jabra Supreme UC Review


With its internal speaker, it adds enough oomph to voices that allow us to comprehend them in noisy environments. However, as we first checked it out, we were dismayed over its noise-cancellation quality – since it did little to combat some wind as we drove around in our car. After using the complementary Jabra Connect app for Android, its coughs up better quality as it’s able to adapt to the conditions. Specifically, the app offers three distinctive audio profiles (Office, outside, and car) – with an adjustment for active noise cancellation. Placing it on high, it surely eliminates all the background noises, thus, giving our callers a pleasant audio experience on their end. Finally, the app provides easy access to recording audio notes.


All in all, the Jabra Supreme UC gets the job done in the calling quality department, but it’s still rather tough to swallow with its wallet busting price tag of $149.99. Also, it’s nice that the Jabra Connect app unlocks some additional functionality, but it’s only available for Android users – meaning, everyone else will be missing out. Still, we have to remind ourselves that it packages along a nano Bluetooth adapter for your computer, which eliminating the need to purchase a separate headset.

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