SuperBeam Headsets

The SuperBeam is a headphone that works like a headset. Providing new increased convenience, the product eliminates the need to constantly manually position the boom microphone for proper close talking operation. With SuperBeam headsets, the user looks more natural during video use, with no fuzzy foam ball out in front of their lips. The user also has the convenience and enjoyment to freely eat and drink during conversations and operation, while enjoying exceptional sound quality and intelligibility for communications and multimedia applications.

Applications such as iTunes, YouTube, Skype, Game chat have driven the demand for headphones and headsets for personal listening and communications. But there still is an awkward image and inconvenience associated with the boom microphone headset. The user can look like a telephone operator or air traffic controller during use, especially while video conferencing. Positioning the close talking microphone is an annoyance and incorrect positioning may result in the microphone being too far away from mouth, producing low output, or if positioned too close to the mouth can yield breath popping noises and distortion. The boom microphone is an appendage to the headset and is a frequent part of the headset that is broken easily.

SuperBeam Computer Headsets

The SuperBeam headsets incorporate unique far-field stereo array microphones integrated right into the headphone housing providing a boom-free experience by utilizing Andrea’s adaptive beam forming and digital noise reduction that enables more intelligible audio by forming a beam toward the speaker’s mouth while eliminating unwanted background noises that are outside of the beam. The SuperBeam products enable a more natural look for the user with open-face convenience during communication.

Speaker output features:
Noise Cancellation: Speaker output is enhanced with Andrea’s PureAudio® noise reduction for removing noise from your VoIP received audio. By cleaning up the signal you are listening to, you increase intelligibility.

Graphic Equalizer: Software includes a high fidelity 10 band Graphic Equalizer with 22 preset selections for the specific control of bass, mid-range and treble audio levels for customizing the sound tone to fit your music genre.

Microphone input Features:
Stereo Noise Cancellation: Microphone input has PureAudio digital noise reduction on left and right channels removes repetitive and stationary noise from your microphone signals as well as electrical buzz from noisy power sources.

Lite beam forming: DSDA2 is a directional beam forming noise reduction algorithm that provides directional array microphone noise reduction. DSDA2® is designed to enable far-field speech recognition command and control performance.

Aggressive Beam Forming: DSDA3 is an adaptive beam forming noise reduction algorithm that provides extreme noise cancellation performance for canceling directional noises outside the voice beam.

Binaural stereo recording: A new unique innovative feature, Stereo recording mode enables life like surround sound recordings of
the users listening environment. Due to the SuperBeam stereo microphones placement in close proximity to the user’s ears and head, a “Real Head Transfer Function” is established. Sound arriving at each microphone in natural phase will duplicate the real ear listening experience. Earphone playback will then deliver an identical sound reproduction experience, great for recording live music. With Andrea SuperBeam headsets, you now have a portable sound studio right on you head that can make stereo
surround sound recordings anywhere.

It will begin shipping in Q2. You can find more Andrea Electronics on Amazon.


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