Jabra REVO Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphones – Retail Packaging – Black

August 7, 2013 - Comment

UNPLUGGED BUT STILL CONNECTED WITH JABRA REVO WIRELESS. Revo Wireless provides freedom of movement and clear sound quality that doesn’t skip a beat. Turntable Touch Controls on the headset allows you to easily play, skip or pause music and manage calls. For quick and easy pairing to your devices, tap your device to the headset

UNPLUGGED BUT STILL CONNECTED WITH JABRA REVO WIRELESS. Revo Wireless provides freedom of movement and clear sound quality that doesn’t skip a beat. Turntable Touch Controls on the headset allows you to easily play, skip or pause music and manage calls. For quick and easy pairing to your devices, tap your device to the headset turntable to pair with NFC and keep your tunes going with long playback. We partnered with Dolby to bring you Dolby Digital Plus via our Jabra Sound app, which provides a rich, full-spectrum sound that brings your device to life and adds extra depth and dimension to your music. Designed to be used and abused, Revo Wireless is solidly built with an aluminum frame, steel hinges, and a shatterproof headband for extreme flexibility. Drop, bend and fold-tested to the max to ensure it can take whatever life has in store. Revo Wireless provides long term comfort with a padded headband and plush, memory foam ear cups. It also features a foldable design for quick, compact storage and comes with a detachable cord and USB charging for convenience. No matter where you go or how you use it, you are sure to be satisfied.

Product Features

  • Jabra Sound app provides High Definition Dolby® Digital Plus enhanced sound
  • Unrivaled durability – bend tested and made for use while on the go
  • Easy pairing via NFC – just tap your device to the headset to pair
  • Touch controls on the headphone turntable for easy music and phone call management
  • Wireless or 3.5mm jack connector for corded option

Comments

Joel Avrunin "Electrical Engineer who loves S... says:

Stylish and fun with excellent sound, great user interface, and comfortable fit – a few nitpicks in my review, but thumbs up! I’ve evaluated quite a few headphones on Amazon as of late from just about every category. My every day headphone is a pair of headphones, but I will use my for jogs and P90X workouts. I recently had a chance to evaluate some , , and several other makes and models. With that, I was eager and excited to try out these Jabra Revo headphones. A lot goes into my headphone reviews, so I hope you’ll read through the…

Robert J. Newell "Bob" says:

Very impressive overall; sound a little unbalanced I know these headphone get rave reviews and I understand why. My review is a little less of a rave, and I’ll try to explain my reasons. I did professional audio for quite a few years; I ran a studio and did remotes for local public radio. This is both good and bad— while I think I have a good understanding of audio, I’m a little particular about quality. This review is a bit long; please bear with me.The headphones are lightweight and generally comfortable, a giant plus factor compared to heavier, bulkier cousins. They’re “on the ear” design, which is smaller and lighter than “over the ear” but the Revo design is so good that they seem to have the passive noise-reducing benefits you usually associate with the larger over the ear models. This is very impressive.The headphones don’t sacrifice durability to get their light weight, either. They look and feel like they are going to last for a while and stand up under heavy use. (In pro audio, this was an absolute…

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