Jabra Elite 10 Debuts as First Wireless Earbuds with Dolby Atmos

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Jabra, a pioneer in the true wireless earbud market, continues to innovate its product line with the introduction of two new models: the Elite 10 and the Elite 8 Active. Since its first model, the Elite 65t, released in 2018, Jabra has consistently delivered high-quality sound and advanced features across various price points. Today, the company is expanding its portfolio with the Elite 10, a full-featured premium model, and the Elite 8 Active, a robust workout companion that has undergone rigorous military-grade testing.

The Elite 10 is a testament to Jabra’s commitment to comfort and superior sound quality. The company has combined the fit of the Elite 7 Pro with the "all-day" comfort of the Elite 85t to create the Elite 10. This model features Jabra’s new ComfortFit, a semi-open design wrapped in soft silicon to reduce occlusion and ear pressure, promising a more comfortable fit. The key addition to the Elite 10 is Dolby Atmos audio, making it the first Jabra model to feature Dolby’s immersive sound. Coupled with Jabra’s head tracking technology, 10mm drivers, and advanced active noise cancellation (ANC), the Elite 10 promises an unparalleled audio experience.

Jabra’s New Elite 10 and Elite 8 Active: A Blend of Comfort, Durability and High-End Tech

Jabra, the pioneering company in the true wireless earbuds space, has launched two new additions to its lineup: the Elite 10 and the Elite 8 Active. This Danish audio equipment company, known for its consistent delivery of excellent sound and features since its first model, the Elite 65t in 2018, continues its legacy of reliable earbuds with these fresh offerings.

Enhanced Comfort and Sound Quality in Elite 10

The new Elite 10 earbuds tout an ergonomic design, leveraging the comfortable fit of the Elite 7 Pro and the "all-day" comfort from the Elite 85t. A new feature, ComfortFit, offers a semi-open design for reduced occlusion and ear pressure, while the earbuds’ soft silicon wrapping promises a better fit. The Elite 10 also offers some modifications to the shape, aiming to accommodate more ear shapes than previous models.

A significant feature of the Elite 10 is the inclusion of Dolby Atmos audio, marking the first Jabra model to boast this immersive sound technology. Accompanied by a 10mm driver and "advanced" active noise cancellation (ANC), the earbuds automatically adjust to the surroundings using infrasonic waves to measure the ear canal and detect any leakage or change in wind conditions. Jabra claims this advanced ANC blocks twice as much noise as its "standard" noise cancellation.

Elite 10: The Productivity Powerhouse

The Elite 10 is not just about sound and comfort; it’s also built for productivity. The earbuds feature six built-in microphones and voice clarity algorithms for "crystal-clear calls". Additional features include Bluetooth Multipoint connectivity, HearThrough (transparency) mode with wind noise reduction, automatic pausing, hands-free voice assistants, fast pair, wireless charging, and Bluetooth LE support. With an IP57 rating, the earbuds are dust and water-resistant. Battery life is promising too, with up to six hours with ANC on, and an extra 21 hours from the case.

Elite 8 Active: Durability Redefined

For those with an adventurous lifestyle, the Elite 8 Active, dubbed "the world’s toughest earbuds," is designed to withstand extreme conditions. Passing the US military’s Standard for Ruggedized Electronics (810H), the earbuds are resistant to humidity, high temperature, rain, and altitude. With a watertight structure, an IP68 dust and waterproof rating (the case is IP54), these earbuds are ready for any adventure.

Jabra also carried out High Accelerated Corrosion Testing (HACT), ensuring the Elite 8 Active can withstand extreme humidity and temperature conditions. Despite these rigorous tests, the earbuds reportedly stayed in place, thanks to the ShakeGrip coating.

Elite 8 Active: Hi-Tech Audio and Battery Life

The Elite 8 Active features 6mm drivers and Dolby Audio support for high-quality sound. Adaptive ANC automatically adjusts to your environment, though it’s less powerful than the Elite 10’s "advanced" ANC. This trade-off, however, results in better battery life, with up to 8 hours of listening time with ANC on, and a total of 32 hours with the case.

Conclusion: An Impressive Continuation of Jabra’s Legacy

Jabra continues to impress with their new Elite 10 and Elite 8 Active earbuds. The Elite 10, with its focus on comfort and audio quality, is perfect for consumers looking for a premium audio experience. On the other hand, the Elite 8 Active, with its rugged design and impressive battery life, is a worthy companion for adventure seekers. The blend of comfort, durability, and high-end tech makes these earbuds a noteworthy addition to Jabra’s lineup.

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