Plantronics, a headset manufacturer, announced yesterday its latest earpiece, the Discovery 975, the next generation new & improved Discovery 925 that was appreciated for its superior audio quality
and innovative lightweight design. Featuring AudioIQ, Plantronic's digital signal processing, two microphones smoothly capture the user's voice and cancel background noise at the same time without the need of pressing buttons or having sensors touch their face to activate noise cancelling. AudioIQ will automatically work wherever you're having a conversation and always provide a crisp natural sounding voice in harsh noise environments.
"Consumers expect great outbound noise cancellation in a premium headset, but they are tired of sacrificing usability, comfort, and quality," said Renee Niemi, vice president and general manager of the Plantronics Mobile and Entertainment Division. "At Plantronics we have spent nearly five decades perfecting all aspects of headset design from inbound audio quality to fit. For customers seeking the perfect blend of innovative design and advanced audio technologies, the Discovery 975 is the ingeniously simple solution."
One thing I could never stand is the fluttering
of the wind heard in the phone and the hassle trying to write down a number or address with no free hand. The Discovery 975 addresses wind noise with three layers of WindSmart technology that features grooved vents on the boom and acoustic fabrics, which surround the microphones blocking the wind.
With a unique charging case that can triple talk time from 5 hours to 15 hours, protects and stores the earpiece complete with a small LCD that display the battery level and earpiece charge levels, as well as Bluetooth connectivity, what can you ask more?
Weighing only 8 grams, it is lightweight enough not to feel it in your ear, just hear it. The Plantronics Discovery 975 has a retail price of $129.99 and is available at its online store.
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