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Jabra’s Enhance Plus True Wireless Earbuds Deliver Hearing Aid Help

Jabra’s Enhance Plus True Wireless Earbuds won’t be available until later this year but people with mild to moderate hearing loss will benefit from the design.

Jabra Enhance Plus Wireless Earbuds

True wireless earbuds are a hot commodity right now; we’ve reviewed close to a dozen new models in 2021 already. All of them do a relatively excellent job with noise cancellation which is a huge plus — but how about help people with hearing loss? If this applies to you or someone you know, Jabra’s Enhance Plus True Wireless Earbuds are a really intriguing new product you should know about.

Jabra Enhance Plus Wireless Earbuds

Jabra’s Enhance Plus true wireless earbuds are some of the first to incorporate hearing aid technology; giving consumers with mild to moderate hearing loss some of the benefits of medical-grade hearing aids with the form factor of typical true wireless earbuds.

These brand new earbuds have 4 sound-processing features that are designed to improve how you hear in a variety of settings; including noisy locations like a restaurant or in the office where you might have to participate in meetings.

  • Warp Compression: Analyzes sounds similarly to the human ear for more natural sound quality. 
  • Digital Noise Reduction: Provides listening comfort and keeps speech clear in various noise environments. 
  • Digital Feedback Suppression: Keeps feedback from interfering with quality amplification of sound. 
  • Binaural Beamforming (with directionality): Isolates sounds coming in front of you, allowing users to focus on what is important.

People who suffer from hearing loss and use public transit would benefit enormously from the Jabra Enhance Plus earbuds making it easier for them to hear trains entering subway stations or announcements.

Imagine being able to enjoy live music again with active nose reduction and being able to discern the location of each musician with greater specificity.

What’s really impressive about Jabra’s Enhance Plus true wireless earbuds with hearing aid technology, is that they have managed to make them even smaller than their existing wireless earbud products and the technology will offer 10 hours of battery life.

Jabra Enhance Plus Wireless Earbuds in Charging Case

The Jabra Enhance Plus are also IP52-rated for protection from both water and dust and will offer support for codecs like AAC or SBC at a minimum.

The Enhance Plus will be available toward the end of 2021 in dark gray or gold beige, though the exact date and pricing have yet to be announced.  

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