By Craig Zammit
SYDNEY: Jabra has today announced the latest product in its audio range, the C820 noise-canceling stereo headphones.
The Jabra C820 headphones (RRP $159) are compatible with any music playing device, such as mobile phones, stereos, mp3 players and even PCs, and reportedly reduce unwanted background noise by up to 22 decibels.
“The proliferation of mobile music devices is driving the demand for better quality headsets as more people listen to music while they commute or exercise,” said Jabra Asia Pacific senior vice president, Christian Tang-Jespersen.
“To provide users with a disturbance-free listening experience, Jabra has launched the C820s which suits every lifestyle need.”
Powered by a single AAA battery, the Jabra C820 headphones come with a connector cable for music phones with adapters, active noise-cancellation battery life of up to 50 hours, 2x40mm neodymium speakers, a 3.5mm standard stereo audio cable, a 3.5mm to 6.5mm stereo adaptor and a two-prong adaptor for use with airplane audio systems.
The Jabra C820 can be folded flat and packed in the accompanying carry case to ensure minimal storage requirements while travelling and reduce risk of damage.
The new C820 noise-cancelling headphones will be distributed by Brightpoint and will be available at major retail outlets Australia wide.