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Jabra BT530 Bluetooth headset has Noise Blackout Tech

The new BT530 Bluetooth headset as been announced by Jabra, and it is the first Bluetooth headset to use GN Netcom’s new Noise Blackout technology.

GN Netcom’s new Noise Blackout is a propriety combo of DSP technology, dual microphones and what GN Netcom calls Audio Shock Protection, which is used to cancel background noise without affecting voice quality.

The Jabra BT530 is a one ear Bluetooth headset that supports A2DP, weighs just 9.9 grams, and gives up to 5.5 hours of talk time. The Jabra BT530 is available in classic black and silver and should be on sale during September with a price tag of $99.99.

Source — mobileburn

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  1. Jimmy Ong says:

    Utilising 2 microphones is not a new technology. Way back before this came out, Motorola already has this technology. Honestly, the Moto H680 is a better buy.