Jabra launches its new Elite 5 earphones, which the company describes as all-round earphones. The handsets use Qualcomm QCC3050 Bluetooth as a system chip, which among other things gives them support for Qualcomm aptX Audio, but also SBC and AAC. It also means that it is quick and easy to connect the headphones to different devices thanks to the Google Fast Pair and Microsoft Swift Pair technologies, and Bluetooth Multipoint makes it possible to have the headphones connected to two devices at the same time.
They have a hybrid version of active noise reduction and six microphones should not only provide first-class call quality, but the microphones are also used to provide clear active noise reduction.
The headphones use 6mm speakers with software support for customizable EQ and Spotify Tap Playback, and the ability to use Google Assistant with Android mobiles and Alexa.
The headphones are IP55-rated protection against dust and water and should offer up to seven hours of listening time with the noise reduction activated, and 21 more hours via the charging case. The case can also be charged without help.
Jabra Elite 5 is available at selected retailers at a recommended price of SEK 1,699.
Source: Mobil by www.mobil.se.
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