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 for $129.99., Sleek, minimalist and lightweight design will appeal to both men and women, comfortable to wear, neat touch screen controls, doubles as a wired pair of headphon...
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: The Jabra Halo is an attractive stereo Bluetooth headset, but that's about all we can say for it.
Pros: The Jabra Halo has a slim and stylish design that folds down to a more compact and portable shape. It comes with a 3.5-millimeter patch cord in case your device does not have stereo Bluetooth.
Cons: The Jabra Halo fits awkwardly over the ears and does not feel like it is securely in place. Call quality suffered when in a noisy environment, and we did not like the touch-sensitive volume controls.
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. music playing device
We rate it a solid 8 out of 10.
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 thing. It has a foldable, over-the-head design that is far removed from the typical Bluetooth headset.
Summary: If you're looking for non-earbud headphones to handle music and calls, but primarily music, the Halo package is a good choice. You'll just have to tolerate the nonfriendly volume and track-skipping controls.
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. design and comfort A first try of the Halo gives an immediate impression of absolute subtlety.
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: In terms of music quality, the Jabra certainly performed far higher than we were expecting what with its compact design. The mid-to-high end frequencies are well catered for with clarity and although the bass response is somewhat disappointing, it has to be said that a unit of this size is never going to offer exceptional bass performance. Still, we must concede that if drum and bass is your thing, an over-ear headset might be a better option.