Excerpt: I like the jabra earphones. A few months ago I order from other companies somewhere else jabra earphones deliver a month after the end credits have been received. Staple was always in order to re-order now well used. There is a microphone to listen to music most of all getting phone calls can hear the music clearly well I am very satisfied. Because the price is too cheap nor expensive, it was a reasonable price to me.
Summary: I've been using the headsets for a couple of weeks so I don't know if they would last a long time. They look elegent. I can use them with my laptop and my iphone. The controler can be used in the iphone but not on the computer. The delivery was speedy and very happy with it. I'm satisfied with the headsets and I hope they last for a reasonable period of time.
Summary: These headphones work well with my HTC Desire HD and are really comfy to wear. However, even with the big rubber sized buds they do tend to need the occasional poking back in or readjusting when moving around. This isn't a big issue though... may be I have big earholes! Would recommend them as the quality and price is good.
Summary: Often, price is an indication of capability with headphones but this set gave a pleasant surprise in that , paired with an IPhone, it provided quite acceptable clarity and bass reproduction. Microphone qualities were adequate for the price. Having said that, paired with an IPOd used exclusively for music laying, the earphones showed up a more 'tinny' reproduction than say my usual CX-500s from Sennheiser.
Summary: I had never used ear bud (in the ear) headphones before. I was worried about the buds coming off the stem and lodging in my ear. however, these seem to be the most popular form now and so gave them a go. These Jabra phones are a nice shiny black colour and come with 3 sets of buds so that you can select the ones that fit your ear best.
Summary: Cheap as chips, this headset is a great improvement on the standard headset for Blackberry - and probably other devices too. Basically: - it's nicely ergonomic - possibly too much so as the left earbud has fallen out of my ear a few times - the sound is sharp and clear, although bass response on music is nowhere near as good as Sennheiser's in-ear phones eg Sennheiser Eco Ear Canal Headphones - Black - you get a choice of different sized earbuds - great for...
Mr. Philip Harkins "If in doubt, Smile! :-)", Amazon
23 December 2010
Summary: Great set of budget headphones with a good sound. Not as tinny as I had feared, indeed they have a good bass and clear high notes, and are best used as middle range headphones for general music and audio needs. If you listen too music that is heavy on the bass you might want to invest in something a little more robust; the same goes for classical music, as these tend to need more range and 'depth' to give a great result.
Summary: I've used many a pair of headphones over the years. And take audio quality seriously. Hence I have a couple of pairs of Shure in ear headphones which I use as a bench mark. The Shure's however, cost from £80 to £130 for the two pairs I have, so how would a pair of £20 odd pound pair of Jabra's compare?