Excerpt: EASY TO USE & FAST ,ALSO SO LITE VERY NICE AROUND<br />THE EARS PURE GOOD SOUND THE MUSIC IS CLEAN CLEAR<br />LOVE THEM, NOT ONE THING TO SAY BAD AT ALL OF THE<br />JABRA HALO 2 I LOVE THEM IN EVERY WAY LOVE THEM
Summary: I bought this headset because I have an ear lobe problem, and I look STUPID with a bluetooth in my ear.... Sooo I bought the bt 650 and I just love them, because I can hear better AND my wife says I no longer look HIDIOUS.....
Excerpt: I use this for all day conference calls. I don't use it for audio or anything else. I've never found an over ear headset to be comfortable or compatible with my ears. I have also lost some of the upper frequencies in my hearing, so the sound spectrum range and volume have compensated tremendously. Fit is a little odd, since there are no adjustments. It does slip back a bit during use, but I just push it back.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Usevolume Control, Good Audio, Good Telephone Quality, Price, Solid Performance
Cons: Does Not Adapt Toall Head, No Head Fit Adjustment
Pros: Sound, which is very good overall and excellent for its class (namely, Bluetooth headphones). Excellent connectivity (Bluetooth, USB, 3.5mm audio jack). Good battery life. Comfortable. Well laid touch controls. Fold to turn off. Pretty.
Cons: Hinges look flimsy (they are holding so far though, we'll see). Difficult to clean.
Summary: I had a pair and lost it. I had to buy another one! I love these things! The design is chique and sleek. The Halo lets you listen to your tunes without wires for hours at a time--with the odd phone call thrown in. But be prepared to grapple with clunky volume and track-skipping controls.
Pros: Great sound quality, excellent voice quality, beautiful design and form factor. Turning it on and off by opening and closing the headset is fantastic. I enjoy Touch volume much more than I expected. Also the ability to connect to 2 devices at once is a killer feature.
Cons: Inner material is a dirt magnet and hard to clean. AM3D Virtual Surround Sound is hard to get used to at first. Headphones require the use of an equalizer to get the levels just right. Touch controls for skipping tracks is finicky.