Conclusion: Turning the headset on is very simple, you extend the arm (the long stick thingy) and you will hear a female voice telling you it’s “on”. Initially it will start in pairing mode and will give you instructions on how to pair your headset to your phone. The instructions are quite clear but generalized. It expects you to know how to activate your Bluetooth and how to search for the headset.
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: If I’m going to cough up £80 for a monaural headset, I expect a bunch of things: Superlative audio quality, press-without-thinking buttons, bonus features galore––and extra ear accessories to optimise the fit and comfort. Does the £80 Jabra Supreme UC deliver the goods? Yes and no. See all mobile phone accessory reviews .
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.
Conclusion: Hooking up the Jabra SUPREME was probably the easiest thing I’ve ever had to do (Bluetooth headset wise). All you do is turn on the SUPREME by flipping the boom to the open position, you’ll then be greeted by a female voice, which was extremely clear might I add, and then connect to the headet in your Bluetooth settings. No codes to type in or anything, just pair them up and you’re ready to go.