Summary: There’s a lot to love about the Jabra Revo Wireless headphones - they look good, they sound good, and they’re easy to operate, you’ll need to think long and hard before setting down two tons for these.
Conclusion: Jabra’s Revo Wireless headphones are simply the best I’ve yet to use. For US$250, you’re getting a slice of the future. I get no wires, distortion free sound that is rich, deep and crisp all at once and level of comfort that I haven’t found in other devices.
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Jabra REVO Wireless Headphones Sound Too Good to be Wireless
23 October 2013
Summary: Jabra teamed with Dolby to create a sound experience that consumers would not only enjoy but also break them out of the just being a professional hands-free headset manufacturer. Not only have they developed a pair of headphones that is true contender in a way too crowded headphone market, but they...
Pros: Solid headphones. Comfortable ear cups and headband. Excellent listening experience – especially vocals and strings. Foldable for travelling. Comes with carrying pouch. Sounds just as good wireless or wired. Works with a wire for times when you’re out of battery. NFC is a nice plus making, them f...
Cons: The remote on the audio cable started to break after just a month of use.
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...
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.
Pros: Comfortable, Warm, easy sound, Ruggedly made, Replaceable cord, Mic and in-line controls
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.