Jabra HALO2 Bluetooth Stereo Headset – Retail Packaging – Black

August 7, 2013 - Comment

Experience clear calls and surround sound music. Cut the wires and boost the sound on your music and calls with Jabra HALO2 Bluetooth headset. Building on the success of the highly acclaimed Jabra HALO, the new Jabra HALO2 truly raises your music experience to new heights. All of the best features from the original Jabra

Experience clear calls and surround sound music. Cut the wires and boost the sound on your music and calls with Jabra HALO2 Bluetooth headset. Building on the success of the highly acclaimed Jabra HALO, the new Jabra HALO2 truly raises your music experience to new heights. All of the best features from the original Jabra HALO have been included in the new version, but design is sexier and the sound has been enhanced with virtual surround sound and power bass technologies. Using it is as intuitive as ever. To start, just unfold and snap in the side clips to turn the power on. Then, simply connect to you mobile phone or MP3 player via Bluetooth and start to stream all your calls and music wirelessly. If your mobile device does not support Bluetooth, you can still use your headset with the 3.5mm corded option. Since the Jabra HALO2 includes Multiuse, you can connect it with up to 2 Bluetooth devices of your choice. Touch sensors let you leave your device in your pocket or bag and control your music directly from the headset. You can also make and take clear phone calls with Noise Blackout technology, which eliminates unwanted background noise. Iconic style is a given to the Jabra HALO2, and this elegant, lightweight headset even provides comfort for all day wear.

Product Features

  • Never miss a call, tap a button to easily switch between music and phone calls
  • Provides powerful audio with AM3D virtual surround sound and power bass
  • Noise Blackout Extreme and dual microphones for clear conversations
  • Status Display shows remaining battery level and Bluetooth connection status
  • Includes 3.5mm connector plug for use on planes or with non-Bluetooth devices

Comments

Dr. Bojan Tunguz says:

Very Good Wireless Headset, but not without Limitations Over the years I’ve owned so many Bluetooth stereo headsets that I’ve lost the count. I’ve been a bit of an early adopter for such headsets when it came to pairing them up with personal music players, and have used them since the cell phones were able to play music. I’ve owned several Motorola S9 and S9-HD headsets, as well as Jabra Sport Bluetooth headset. Jabra HALO 2 is definitely as good of a headset as I’ve come across, but unlike the other ones that I’ve tried it is definitely not suitable for workouts.**** Sound Quality ****For the purposes of listening to music these headphones are pretty good. They are will not blow you away, but they will definitely deliver clear, vibrant sound. The headphones supposedly come with an integrated bass, but I haven’t really experienced it above and beyond what I would expect from any other decent music headphones. In my experience Jabra headphones are overall deficient in this category as compared to other brands. This…

YSC "ciac" says:

Beautiful and sleek, but Needs an off Switch to the Sound Processing Halo was a popular headset, so I was excited to try this unit. The design is very minimalist and beautiful, like something out of the Bang & Olufsen line. The build quality with all plastic material borders on feeling cheap, but probably saved by the matte headband finish and velour lining. Impression on the sound quality, however, was disappointing, mostly due to “surround” sound processing that cannot be turned off. Let me try to break it down:Likes:- Style: build quality aside, this is a beautifully designed headset that looks its part. It also managed to have extendable headband without breaking the clean lines. Style is subjective, but for me it is appealing.- Control: contrary to many who found it problematic, I grew to like the touch sensitive volume control from initial ambivalence. It allows volume adjustment very quickly but not inaccurately. It also registers next/previous tracks with double taps on the top and bottom, which also worked well,…

Ted Werth says:

I love these headphones I’m finally writing this review after having owned these headphones for a couple of years now. I get a lot of compliments from people on the appearance if that is important to you.Let me first tell you how I use them. They are my office headphones. I stream music, music radio and once in a while a podcast. I do not use it for phone calls so you might check other reviews for that. I do not use these during any kind of physical activity. I’m sure they would fall off in short order. But this is also what makes them comfortable. I wear these for several hours on occasion and I never get any kind of ear fatigue.The headphones are very contemporary looking with the volume control invisible as it is activated by sliding your left finger along the outside of the earphone. There is one inconspicuous button on the right side to answer the phone with. This button is slightly concave and easy to find.The headphones are turned on by opening them. This…

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