Summary: The Jabra Supreme is not a dainty headset, that's the first thing we noticed. But once we started using it, we noticed other things ... performance things that made us forget its size. We noticed that from the first time we turned it on -- so easy to do with a simple flip of the boom -- this was a headset that was very easy to interact with via its voice guidance and voice commands.
Pros: Voice Quality:, Excellent Noise Cancellation:, Comfortable Design:, Talks and Listens To You:, Flip Open Boom To Turn On/Off:, Downloadable App:
Cons: Kind of Large:, Volume Buttons A Little Hard To Find:
Summary: It's hard to beat the Jabra Supreme's strong noise canceling and voice command features. If you're willing to pay a premium and don't mind the design or lack of stereo audio, the Supreme may have your name on it.
Pros: The Jabra Supreme offers powerful active noise canceling, plenty of volume, and advanced voice controls.
Cons: The Supreme's ear loop is large and has a loose fit. You may have to perform a software upgrade.
Excerpt: Professional quality now in the hands of the average consumer? The Jabra SUPREME has taken Jabra to the next level. Usually their Bluetooth headsets consist of smaller, lower quality products that are geared towards the average user.
Excerpt: High quality wired and wireless headsets for mobile phones have become ubiquitous. With technology like Beats Audio becoming mainstream, mobile phone users have grown to expect a different level of quality from their mobile headsets. Of course, this is mostly in response to people dashing their stand-alone MP3 players for smartphones that do double duty as mobile communication devices as well as mobile media players.