Jabra Goes Supreme with Its Bluetooth Headset

Written by JC Pulido III. Posted in Accessories, Audio, News

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Published on August 14, 2012 with No Comments

Just a few months ago, Jabra launch its UC Voice family of headsets. These wired headset are targeted towards the enterprise market especially in the call center industry. This time, Jabra has just launched another headset in its UC line, the Supreme UC. The wireless Supreme UC headset is targeted towards the mobile user, those who are always on the go.

The Jabra Supreme UC is actually a fairly large headset. This is actually an advantage because of the larger than usual speaker on the headset—at 20mm. The boom mic can be collapsed to make it more compact when storing the headset. This also turns the headset off.

Aside from the large speaker, the Supreme UC sports a number of features which includes Active Noise Cancellation that lets you hear the voice on the other line. This is matched with Noise Blackout 3.0 which cancels ambient noise from your end so that the person on the other end can hear you with clarity. The headset also has Peak Stop which automatically reduces the volume of any high volume noises that can damage your ear.

With the high quality speaker and other features of the Supreme UC, the headset also features HD voice which not only gives higher bit-rate of the voice quality on the other end, but also produces high fidelity output from other audio output such as music with devices supporting A2DP.

Controlling the Jabra Supreme UC is easy with its Voice Control. Although there are physical buttons on the Supreme UC, Voice Control is important especially when driving.

The battery life of the Jabra Supreme UC gives you 6 hours of talk time with up to 15 days of standby time.

With the Jabra Supreme UC, you also get a nano USB plug which you can plug in to any PC—or Mac with a broken BT—without a Bluetooth antenna. The nano USB plug is already pre-paired with the headset so that it is much easier to use the Supreme UC with your laptop or desktop. It also has a soft-ish pouch to store both the nano USB and the headset itself.

For Android users, you can download the Jabra Connect app which gives you additional features for free.

You can expect the Jabra Supreme UC to be available real soon and priced to be around PhP6,000.