80

conclusion:We like it

80

The Jabra Supreme UC is more expensive than most on-ear Bluetooth headsets, but for that price you get very good voice quality, driver-friendly voice-dialing and other commands, good noise cancellation, and and a Bluetooth adapter for PCs that works with Skype and other VOIP applications, along with some VOIP-based office phone systems. An Android app lets you configure the headset's features, including noise cancellation. The Supreme UC isn't for everyone (forget about using it for music, or for the gym), and some of its best features work mainly with Windows PCs and Android phones, so Mac/iOS users might want to look elsewhere. But if you're on the phone a lot and want to use the same headset in the office and the car, it may be just what you need.

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Critic reviews

7.5
6 reviews
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    8.0
  • Noise reduction
    7.7
  • Sound quality
    9.3
  • Battery life
    8.0
  • Comfort
    7.0
  • Durability
    8.0
  • Design and form factor
    7.0

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7.0
AllThingsD Jun 7, 2012

The Jabra Supreme UC uses always-on active noise cancellation and noise blackout technology to produce the best sound for both the person wearing the headset and the person on the other end of the call.

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6.0
CNET Jun 18, 2012

The Jabra Supreme UC isn't cheap, but it delivers excellent performance and a great way to chat hands-free over cellular and PC telephone systems.

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9.0
SlashGear Jul 5, 2012

The Jabra Supreme UC replaces your in-office headset as well as your mobile headset in one swoop. With excellent sound quality for you as well as great sound quality and noise cancellation for the person you’re speaking with, the Jabra Supreme UC might just be the buy for you.

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9.0
Gear Diary Jun 21, 2012

It is convenient, sounds excellent, and offers a degree of functionality that I have rarely seen in a Bluetooth headset.

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8.0
TechRadar Jun 18, 2012

Simply put, if you're looking for a versatile communication solution that doubles as a Bluetooth headset for your mobile device as well as a subtle headset for PC-based communications you'll be extremely pleased with the Jabra Supreme UC.

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7.0
phoneArena Jun 11, 2012

The Jabra Supreme UC gets the job done in the calling quality department, but it’s still rather tough to swallow its price tag of $149.99. The Jabra Connect app unlocks some additional functionality, but it’s only available for Android users, meaning everyone else will be missing out.

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