Juno is designed for the person that could only use one single audio product. The allround functionality can handle any needs one may have every day and everywhere. Juno sits between your ears and the rest of the world as you go about another day of music, podcasts, and calls. Drop out of your surroundings with active noise cancelling to just focus on your sound. Tune in with transparency when you need to keep an ear out.
Compared to Boo and Boo Tip, Juno comes packed with extra quality features such as hybrid ANC, dual connectivity and wireless charging. Juno is also charged with more playtime, giving you up to 36h in total and up to 8h on a single charge if you have ANC off. The format is the same as Boo Tip, an in-ear with silicone tips that come in three sizes, but the design is shaped slightly different with a shorter stem and more prominent housing. Juno is also launched with app support.
Urbanears Juno has been designed and thoroughly tested by our expert industrial design team, to ensure both comfort and fit. But all ears are unique and that is why Juno comes with three sizes of silicone tips (S, M, L). Getting a good fit will improve the overall sound quality as well as the ANC performance. It will also make your earbuds stay securely in place. Take the time to find the best fit your ear. The tips should fit snugly in your ear but still feel comfortable.
Do not worry if you lose an earbud, eartips or case. We have spare parts for sale to make sure your Urbanears Juno lasts as long as possible.
It is not necessary to carry the case around everywhere you go as the earbuds connect directly to your device. However, the case holds up to 3.5 extra charges of additional playtime, you also need to use the case to pair the buds to a new device, and the earbuds automatically power off when placed inside the case – it is the perfect place to safely store your earbuds and the case fits neatly in your pocket.
You get up to 6 hours of playtime per session and up to 26 hours overall if you top up with the charging case. When ANC is off, you can squeeze out even more, up to 8 hours of playtime per session and up to 36 hours total with help from the case.
Playtime is defined as duration of music playback under normal operating conditions running on battery power and starting from a fully charged battery. However, there is no industry wide accepted standard on how playtime for battery powered devices are to be defined, nor what normal operating conditions means. We calculate playtime by combining two different conditions. In the first scenario we let Juno play white noise at maximum volume until the battery runs dry, in the second scenario we let Juno play a Spotify playlist until the battery runs dry. The Spotify playlist has a variety of music and genres selected by our acoustic team. Then we look at the combined results to define the playtime. Please note that as the battery ages, the capacity will degrade and total playtime will be less.
Yes. Just put the case on a charging pad and wait. If you do not have a pad, you can always plug in a cable. Good to have options.
1. Place the charging case with its back down, centered on the wireless charging pad.
2. The front LED lights up to indicate that the case is charging.
3. Once the LED light has turned steady green the case is fully charged.
To reduce the amount of electronic waste put out into the world, we have excluded the USB-C charging cable from our packaging. We figured out that most people already have a few of these at home. If you need one, you can use the QR code in the packaging or order one here.
Yes. The app is the easiest way to customize your earbuds and keep them up to date with software updates.
Yes, Juno has hybrid active noise cancelling technology. This combines feedforward and feedback microphones.
With Active noise-cancelling (ANC) you can drop out of your surroundings with a tap. Active noise-cancelling mode blocks out distractions by cancelling out environmental background noise and create a quieter listening environment. Transparency mode lets you tune in and keep tabs on what is happening around you by letting outside sounds in. Switch between them as much as the day calls for.
Noise cancellation refers to the ability of a device to reduce or eliminate environmental background noise, allowing the user to focus on and hear what they want to hear better. There are different types of noise cancelling.
Passive noise cancelling
Passive noise cancellation relies on physical isolation of the ear canal, and basically works like an ear plug to block out environmental background noise from reaching the ear.
Active noise cancelling
Active noise cancellation (ANC) works by making ""negative"" soundwaves that cancel out environmental background noise and create a quieter listening environment. Hybrid ANC use two sets of microphones to pick up external noise and analyze it in real-time. The feedforward microphone detect external noise and cancel it out before it reaches the ear, while the feedback microphone detect the sound within the ear and adjusts the ""negative"" signal accordingly. The feedforward microphone is more effective at canceling out low-frequency noise, while the feedback microphone is better at canceling out higher-frequency noise.
The benefit of ANC headphones is that they can help to reduce stress and strain on the listener by blocking out distracting noise in busy environments which can lead to improved focus and concentration, as well as reduced fatigue and stress levels. The reduction of environmental noise can also improve the audio quality of the content being listened to.
Environmental noise cancelling
Environmental noise cancellation (ENC) works by cancelling or suppressing environmental background noise while protecting the speakers voice during calls. This means you will not hear the effects of the ENC yourself, but it will make your calls more clear for the person you are speaking to.