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Jabra's New Earbuds Blend Mics With Bone Conduction for Better Call Quality

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Aug 31, 2021, 12:56 PM   by Rich Brome

Jabra today unveiled a new lineup of three true wireless earbuds: the top-end Elite 7 Pro, the Elite 7 Active for workouts, and the affordable Elite 3. The Jabra Elite 7 Pro build on the popular and well-reviewed Elite 75t, but are 16% smaller and add Jabra MultiSensor Voice. This new technology combines a bone conduction sensor, four microphones, and algorithms to ensure crystal clear calls. When the microphones are not picking up clear enough sound, the bone conduction sensor automatically kicks in, and an algorithm uses the best combination of inputs to transmit the best call clarity. The Elite 7 Pro provide nine hours of non-stop play time using the buds alone, even while using Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). The case boosts total battery life to 35 hours, and fast charging delivers 1.2 hours of play time in 5 minutes. The Elite 7 Pro goes on sale October 1st for $199, in black, charcoal, and beige. The Elite 7 Active are similar to the 7 Pro, including adjustable ANC. They swap the bone conduction sensor for a "ShakeGrip" coating that provides a more secure fit during workouts. They also go on sale October 1st, for $179. The new Elite 3 are the affordable option at just $79. They still include 6mm speakers, 4 microphones, equalizer, Qualcomm aptX HD, and HearThrough mode for situational awareness. They offer seven hours of battery life, or 28 hours including the charging case. They will be available starting tomorrow in Dark Grey, Navy, Lilac. and Light Beige.



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