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GN Netcom Introduces Innovative Noise Blackout Technology
Date:8/13/2008

the sound delay between the two microphones, making it possible to filter out unwanted noise. The DSP also uses the dual microphone system to significantly reduce stationary noise. To eliminate the "tinny" effect, sound emanating from the mouth is enhanced and transmitted while all other sound is classified as noise and is filtered out.

The Jabra BT530 features auto-pairing technology for ease of use. Its multiuse capability allows the headset to connect to a mobile phone, desk phone and PC softphone at the same time, making it an ideal accessory for both in and out of the office. Weighting in at only .35 ounces, the BT530 is one of the smallest noise cancellation headsets on the market, making it comfortable for all day use. Enhancing the comfort is a removable ear hook and a selection of eight Jabra Eargels(TM) which enable the headset to fit in your ear. The BT530 features an understated style with an attractive mesh detail (symbolizing a microphone) that runs along its sophisticated curved form.

Key specifications of the Jabra BT530 include:

-- Noise Blackout(TM) technology

-- Dual microphone

-- High Performance with Bluetooth 2.0, including Enhanced Data Rate (EDR)

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-- Auto-pairing

-- Multipoint technology

-- A2DP & DSP technology

-- Acoustic Shock Protection

-- Up to 5.5 hours of talk time

-- 250 hours standby time

-- 33 foot range

-- 8 ear gels and one ear hook provided for added comfort

-- .35 ounces in weight

-- Micro USB Charger Connection

The Jabra BT530 will be available at retail stores nationwide starting in September for an approximate retail price of $99.99.

About GN Netcom

Through its Jabra brand, GN Netcom is a world leader in innovative headset solutions. With sales offices around the world, GN Netcom develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of wireless headsets for mobile users and both wireless and cord
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