Excerpt: For frequent runners who like music on the go, one thing that has been missing is a sturdy pair of Bluetooth earphones to go with a smartphone or iPod. The Jabra Rox Wireless, released here in April, probably comes closest to fitting the bill.
Conclusion: The Jabra Rox is a cleverly designed Bluetooth earphone pair ideal for bass lovers who want to exercise to wireless audio.
Pros: Powerful, distortion-free audio performance with deep bass presence. Excellent magnetic earpiece design keeps cable tangle-free, saves battery life. NFC-enabled. Inline remote control and built-in microphone for mobile device. Several eartip options.
Cons: Lops off the beginning of newly selected tracks. Easy to accidentally dial last person you spoke with. Not for purists seeking flat response.
Conclusion: Overall the Jabra Rox not only looks good, but also does a whole lot more than you’d expect from something that weighs less than 20 grams. Functionality, features and design are all definitely steps up from traditional Bluetooth headsets making the Rox an appealing set of earbuds to own.
Excerpt: Bluetooth earphones are really Âgetting tiny these days. Case in point is the Jabra Rox which is only a little larger than Âstandard cabled in-ear earphones. Like many in-ear models, the Rox comes with a number of different sized earplugs (or EarGels as the company calls it) to fit different ear canals, but on top of that it also comes with a number of silicone EarWings for a more snug fit.
Pros: Fits snugly when properly adjusted; good sound with strong bass; easy pairing with NFC; good battery life.
Cons: EarWings often shift and need some readjustments; strong bass may not be everyone's cup of tea.
Jabra Rox Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds Review – Gym Headphones Never Sounded Better
20 May 2014
Excerpt: If you’re in the market for a new pair of earbuds, then consider going wireless. The Jabra Rox Wireless will have you wondering how bluetooth headphones can sound ...
Pros: Great sound quality, Comfortable, Lots of fit options, Good noise isolation, Dolby Audio, Wireless, Good inline microphone and controls, LED indicator light, NFC, Magnetic power-saving, Micro-USB charging, Included carrying pouch
Cons: Battery life could be longer, EarWings fall off sometimes
Excerpt: Jabra. Hearing the name will make any tech-savvy person think of a Bluetooth headset. Jabra is famous for its headsets for one reason, they're one of the best on the market. And like Jawbone, Jabra has recently made a push towards portable wireless speakers and even headphones with its Solemate and Revo series, which combine decades of experience in voice communication technologies.
Jabra Rox Wireless review: Feature-rich backed by stellar build and audio
5 February 2014
Summary: You can find the Jabra Rox Wireless retailing a little lower than its MRP of Rs 6,999. It’s a bit expensive when compared to the competition but we feel they are worth it if you have the budget. The Jabra Rox Wireless offers very good audio quality as far as Bluetooth headsets go and has very good build to back it up. Plus, you also get a very good bundle and handy features like Dolby and NFC support.
Excerpt: Jabra headphones for me have always been about innovations and pushing the boundaries beyond sound quality. The last pair of Jabra headphones I reviews was the Revo Wirless which used NFC and a touch sensitive ear cup for changing volume, track etc – it performed very well and was very convenient to use as well as producing a good sound quality to make my music experience an enjoyable one.
Excerpt: My headphones get in the way sometimes and it can be frustrating to untangle the darn wires. Jabra has recently released the latest wireless in-ear headphones to the market. Jabra ROX Wireless is designed not only to eliminate the hassle of wires but they also offer Dolby Digital Sound - one of the key features - available through their app.
Connect these headphones to your phone or tablet using Bluetooth
Good Gear Guide.au
7 July 2014
Summary: Jabra's ROX Wireless earbuds provide an easy, wire-free connection to your smartphone, tablet or notebook. Their sound quality is crisp, they are splash resistant, and their overall design is smart, especially the magnetic contact that switches them off. But they are rather large and could potentially be uncomfortable to wear, depending on the size of your ears.
Pros: Bluetooth means no wires, Good overall sound quality, deep bass, Very little sound leakage at high volume
Cons: Big and potentially uncomfortable, NFC didn't work for us