In an environment where audio manufacturers such as Bose, Olive, Bragi and Nuheara have entered the TWS market, Jabra has recently launched a more differentiated Enhance Plus “hearing enhancement” true wireless earbuds. But if you only look at the shape of the charging case, it may be difficult for you to associate it with the “hearing aid 3-in-1 TWS headset”.
As a TWS product that needs to be ordered by some hearing care institutions, Jabra Enhance Plus has passed the FDA’s 510(k) certification earlier.
Thanks to its compact design, it is 40% smaller than the Jabra Elite 7 Pro, one of the smallest TWS headphones on the market.
The difference is even more pronounced when you put it side by side with the Bose SoundControl Buds hearing aids.
Jabra says it wants Enhance Plus to be less noticeable, while helping those with mild to moderate hearing loss who seek medical advice to hear better.
As a “3-in-1” TWS headset, Jabra Enhance Plus can also bring a better experience when talking and listening to music.
And from the beginning of the design, Jabra has taken into account the customization needs of users. For example, it allows to choose between the 3 desired voice filters/3 listening modes.
In addition, the earbuds’ noise-cancelling technology utilizes four microphones to reduce background noise, thereby improving the quality of audio calls.
In terms of battery life, earbuds can reach about 10 hours, and the charging case can be replenished twice.
In addition, for most ordinary users, the IP52 waterproof and dustproof rating should be enough.
It is reported that more than 50 million adults in the United States currently suffer from hearing loss, and their conditions vary, and many of them are untreated.
In response to growing demand for hearing aid devices, the FDA has also proposed a draft to introduce a new over-the-counter (OTC) product category to expand the use of such devices and enable more affordable solutions.
Sadly, Jabra Enhance Plus is currently only compatible with iPhones. Interested friends can obtain it through some hearing care clinics in the United States. Available on February 25 for $799.