Jabra’s Latest Wireless Headphones Offer Advanced Noise Cancellation
by Natalie Daher
Jabra’s newest wireless headphones feature a neckband and promise “total noise cancellation.”
The Denmark-based company released the Jabra Elite 65e headphones on Monday, March 20. The headphones are designed to listen to music or take calls with two levels of noise cancellation and three-microphone technology.
The headphones’ noise cancellation is engineered to actively and passively reduce noise, and they use Bluetooth 5.0 technology.
The battery is supposed to last eight hours with active noise cancellation powered on, or up to 13 hours with noise cancellation powered off. The product includes a two-year warranty against water and dust if users register through the Jabra Sound+ app.
The Jabra Elite 65e headphones join others in the Elite line, including the Elite Sport.
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