Manila, Philippines-May 24, 2010 - Sleek styles, plenty of marketing hype, combined with fair price characterize Jabra Headset. In fact for particular purposes it is the best headset for cell phones around. With technologies advancing by leaps and bounds, designers and engineers have been trying to hands free head set in place that would be comfortable, economic, and provide necessary freedom for the user. Jabra was an offshoot of this concept and has been successful in redressing some of the requirements of the end users while failing to resolve some others.
One of the advantages of Jabra Headset is that user do not have to stick them inside the ear. Hands free headset at the price of $23 look quite nice. Since the ear wave is wrapped around the ear coming from the behind and also comes with universal headset jack, the item is quite useful. Only downside is that the jack does not fit in with Nokia phones. For personalized fitting of the headset, the manufacturers use medium and small ear gels.
Excellent for use on many counts, the Jabra Headset is however not without its drawback. One of the downsides is the complicated using procedures. While the headset wraps around the back of the year, user still has to shove the earpiece inside the year. Good thing about the headset is that one properly placed the earpiece never pops out. Bad thing about it is that the ear piece may exert a bit of uncomfortable pressure on the ear cartilages for long phone calls.
Similar mixed experiences would come to the user in form of audio effects. While it is claimed that the headset is one of the noise canceling headset, in reality it picks up every ambient sound. Even the slightest wind can turn into loud wild wind tunnels at the user’s end hurting their ears. Also during walking and talking the Jabra may not work very well. Overall the Jabra headset may not be as comfortable as they claim to be but the designs are slick and the prices are just right.
Basic objectives of the noise canceling headphones are that they reduce the unwanted ambient sounds to a large extent using the active noise control or ANC technologies. Technically the method is using a microphone in close proximity to the ears while the electronic circuitry that uses the microphone signals for generating anti-noise signals. With use of the method, destructive interference cancels all the interfering ambient noise with the enclosed volume of such headphones. Noise cancellation helps enjoyment of audio effects without raising the volume since no outside sound interferes in the listening. At the same time travelers can take rest even in noisy transporting means like the Aircraft. Jabra headsets use the time tested ANC methodologies to cancel lower frequency parts of the noise. More traditional methods like the soundproofing prevent higher frequency noise from reaching the ear. Since the process reduces the requirements of complicated electronic circuitry and as active cancellation is ineffective at higher frequencies, they are preferable to other methods used by some noise canceling headsets.