Jabra announced two new models of wireless headphones: the Elite 10, priced at two hundred dollars, is a flagship model with improved sound and high comfort, and the Elite 8 Active, priced at nine hundred dollars, is designed for sports activities and can carry reliable security. Both of them support arbitrary noise.
Jabra designed the Elite 10 because consumers consider comfort as the most important factor in selecting headphones. The engineers used an extension of their earbuds to make them oval in shape and can’t penetrate the ears fully. But this doesn’t prevent them from using the effective “adjust” function: with infrasonic scanning, they determine the unique shape of the ear canal and apply the ANC filter dynamically, to choose the most effective level.
The Jabra Elite 10 headphones feature a tenmm tyre for high-quality music. Their audio is accessed on tomomotion, which allows the listening of music and movies. Six microphones provide high quality speech at telephone conversations; it is enough to let wind noise be empowered. The Jabra Elite 10 is capable of running 6 hours of battery life, or 27 if you don’t use that included case.
The manufacturer ranks Jabra Elite 8 Active as the world’s most durable headphones, which are provided with the IP68 standard, and Military standard 810H as the best available for protection. This means the headphones can support the changes in pressure and temperature, complete immersion in fresh water and saltwater. Jabra Elite 8 Active passes 11 full test cycles: two hours of operation at 40C and 93 % humidity, a 15-minute salt water splash test and a 15-minute drying test at 40C.
The earbuds also have Jabras signature ShakeGrip coating, which provides it with a secure secure position during intense exercises without further mechanical aids. Jabra Elite 8 Active supports an accelerated download of Dolby Atmos in the program, and does not even get the head of your vehicle. The battery life of the protected model is 8 hours or 32 hours, but in the case, there are ten batteries.
Jabra Elite 10 and Elite 8 Active support wireless charging, Bluetooth LE Audio and standalone mode with mono audio on each earbud. From the beginning of sales, the headphones support AAC and SBC codecs. In future, a firmware update with LC3 and LC3 Plus will be released. Both models support Android Fast and Windows Swift. They will be on sale in September.
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