TechBargains Review - Jabra Halo Bluetooth Headset
13 April 2014
Summary: Jabra's Halo is a stylish, easy-to-use stereo Bluetooth headset. With A2DP technology and Bluetooth 2.0, wireless audio quality is very good. While outgoing quality wasn't exceptional, callers had no trouble understanding us.
Pros: "Cool" Design, Ease of Use, Controls, Information Display
Excerpt: You can tell that from the moment you look at its minimalist design, that the Jabra Halo is not your typical stereo bluetooth A2DP headset. The HALO sports ...
Pros: Overall, we really like the Jabra Halo. It’s unique minimalist design with touch screen controls, strong feature set, and good audio quality make it one of the top of the line bluetooth headphones out there. You also will enjoy wearing this headset for long periods of times. The price is fair too...
Cons: Bass reproduction is weak, skip forward/back controls can be wonky, need to be careful when folding and unfolding that you don’t break the headset
Summary: I bought these about 4 years ago, and I've been using them on and off ever since, alternating between my portapro's and ksc75's.
Obviously both koss headphones sound far superior to the veiled uninspiring sound of the halo. But I keep coming back to the halo. And here is why.
Summary: A stereo Bluetooth headset can make using your cell phone a whole lot more convenient. You can listen to your music, cord free, and can answer calls as they come in. Jabra's Halo is a sleek stereo Bluetooth headset that offers all of the features you'd expect, and does so in an attractive package.
Excerpt: Jabra None of the previous Bluetooth headphones that I have had the chance to use have really felt “right”. Many of them were either just like two enormous earbuds in each ear tethered to each other with a wire behind my head, or were too large to chuck in my slender laptop bag that I carted to uni...
Summary: Just Google it or here in Australia you can check out the Optus World stores or go to minidigital.com.au or Dstore.com.au
Key Specifications of the Jabra HALO:
Bluetooth® wireless technology
* The HALO is compatible with any Bluetooth (A2DP) ® wireless technology device and 3.5 mm.
Excerpt: Jabra may be known for their small, somewhat stylish Bluetooth headsets, but they don’t limit themselves to those. The company’s Halo is a multi-use stereo headset that works for calls but is also designed to handle media applications, like listening to music, watching videos, and that sort of...
Excerpt: The Good Good voice quality in both directions. Simple controls and subtle design. Comfortable. Easy pairing. The Bad Bad music quality; occasional interference. Expensive for what you get. Twitchy touch controls. Wired listening still needs a battery charge.
Pros: Good voice quality in both directions., Simple controls and subtle design., Comfortable., Easy pairing.
Cons: Bad music quality; occasional interference., Expensive for what you get., Twitchy touch controls., Wired listening still needs a battery charge.
Conclusion: Overall, we’re giving the Jabra Halo a big thumps up as a portable, wireless headset. It’s incredibly easy to use with an iPhone and offers impressive comfort and sound quality for its size.