Jabra Elite 85h headphones feature adaptive noise canceling


Jabra has been a big name in wireless audio lately with a lot of hype surrounding the Elite 65t true wireless earphones, and now they’re pushing against Sony and Bose with a new set of over-ear headphones featuring noise canceling.

The headphones feature 40mm drivers, a six mic array. rain resistance, and 32-hour battery life with noise canceling enabled. They also look strikingly similar to the Sony H900n. However, good specs on paper aren’t enough to battle the noise canceling kings.

Jabra sets itself apart with SmartSound, which will automatically adjust the noise canceling to your surroundings based on 6000 unique sounds. It has three profiles it chooses from public, commute, and private.

SmartSound is a great selling point for these headphones, as is the app to customize this feature. The headphones will be available in April for $299 with pre-orders starting in March.

Source: Jabra

Dima Aryeh
A tech nerd from childhood, Dima also enjoys building and racing cars as well as photography and video games to pass the time.

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