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Amazon has been busy slashing prices on its own products ahead of Prime Day, and several other manufacturers are also getting in on the action. One of them is the audio brand Jabra. Its Elite 7 Pro noise-canceling headphones are down to $140 on Amazon. That’s 30 percent off the regular price of $200. It’s also the lowest price we’ve seen so far for the titanium black model.

Buy Jabra Elite Pro 7 from Amazon – $140

Jabra announced the true wireless headset last August. They were billed as the successor to the Elite 85t (which were previously the brand’s smallest headphones), with a smaller, redesigned design. The company says the headphones use bone conduction in combination with microphones and algorithms to improve voice performance. The idea is that Jabra’s algorithms detect when the microphones pick up certain types of background audio and activate the bone conduction feature when needed.

Active noise cancellation (ANC) levels on the Elite 7 Pro are adjustable. Jabra says you’ll get up to nine hours of use on a single charge with ANC on, and up to nine hours without the feature. The case (which can be charged wirelessly) can provide three more charges.

You can also configure the device’s controls via Jabra’s Sound+ app. Earlier this year, Jabra for multipoint Bluetooth connectivity, which allows you to connect the headset to two devices at the same time — a handy feature for those who often take calls during their work day, when they usually listen to the sound of their computer.

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