GN Netcom has launched the Jabra BT530 that features "Noise Blackout", a noise cancellation technology that claims to eradicate all ambient sound without compromising on voice quality.
Noise Blackout uses dual microphones to capture sound whilst "intelligently" filtering background noise to offer what's said to be premium audio quality.
Along with the DSP technology and Audio Shock Protection that controls incoming audio volume, the sound is described as "innovatively balanced" to block out background noises.
The BT530 gets multi-use capabilities that means the headset can connect to a mobile phone and PC at the same time, auto pair for easy set-up and comes complete with six eargels and a removable hook.
Talk time comes in at 5.5 hours, standby is 250 hours, there's the usual 10 metre range, the device weighs 10 grams and charges via Micro-USB.
The new headset will be available from 1 October from Phones4U and Carphone Warehouse stores priced at approximately £49.99.