Summary: The Revos are a stylish, excellent-sounding pair of Bluetooth headphones. The fit and finish is quality, as is the construction. The "life tested" design, composed of an aluminum frame, steel hinges and a shatterproof headband is instantly apparent from the second you pick them up and is likely to help provide an extended lifespan versus the typical pair of wireless cans.
Sound quality is great and the on-headphone controls are very usable.
Pros: Build Quality/Design:, Jabra App:, How Do They Sound?:
Cons: Poor Call Performance:, Can't Be Used For Video:
Excerpt: The name Jabra should be common to anyone who uses their smartphone as an extension of themselves. They have been making wireless headsets for years and have developed a well-deserved following. Recently, Jabra has jumped into the highly competitive headphone arena with the Vox earphones and Revo (wired and wireless) headphones. This review will cover the wired version of the Revo . The first thing you notice about the Revo headphones is its good looks.
Pros: Comfortable, Warm, easy sound, Ruggedly made, Replaceable cord, Mic and in-line controls
Excerpt: Designed to be worn over the head, each Revo’s headband is made from silicone rubber-lined plastic, shifting to metal where the earcups slide to match the size of your head. Labelled inside to indicate which side they’re to be worn on, the cups are padded, and quite comfortable. When not in use, the headphones fold in on themselves for easy packing. The color scheme is mostly black for each version, with red and two shades of grey as accents.
Conclusion: Jabra's Revo headphones favor over-the-top bass boosting rather than a balanced sound signature. And they cost a bit more than they should.
Pros: Powerful, clean audio response with extremely boosted bass for low frequency lovers. Inline remote control and microphone for Android and iOS devices. Excellent design and construction with cloth-bound, tangle-resistant, detachable cable.
Cons: Extremely unrealistic sound signature favors bass heavily over high-mids and highs. Overpriced for this level of sound quality. Can be uncomfortable over long listening periods.
Summary: One of the better on-ear headphones, the Jabra Revo combines strong sound quality with superior comfort and design.
Pros: The Jabra Revo headphone has an excellent fit and finish, sounds quite good, is comfortable to wear, and folds up into a more compact form factor for storage. It also features an inline remote with a microphone for cell phone calls and an extra jack for "sharing" your music with another user.
Cons: The protective carrying case should be more luxurious at this price point.
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Excerpt: By Mike Wheeler One of my main whines about earphones and earbuds in general, is how the cable in most sets I’ve had have been inherently weak. I would say six or seven pairs of ‘phones and buds have gone in the bin because only one earbud was working due to the cable being broken inside the insulation. At one stage I thought there was something intrinsically wrong with my iPod in that maybe one of the internal mechanisms that push sound to the earphones needed repair.
Pros: Excellent sound; strong cables, top-notch build; wireless set up is easy
Cons: Cable could be longer; volume button might confuse some