Jabra Rox Wireless review: Ultraelectro Magnetic Rox
26 September 2015
Excerpt: We review the Jabra Rox! Jabra made a name for itself by producing some of the best Bluetooth (BT) voice-call headsets with superb build and call quality. For music listening, I have also been relying on a couple of Jabra stereo BT headsets for the greater part of the past decade.
Summary: Have you been listening to music with those earphones that keep getting tangled up every time you stash ’em away in your bag, pouch or even one of those fancy casings? Jabra has the answer to tangle-free earphones and of course since its a Jabra, its wireless and comes with a mic.
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.
Summary: Bluetooth has come a long way when it comes to sound quality, and that is a fantastic thing. Gone are the days of hissy, strangled sound or dealing with unwieldy cables snagging everywhere you go.
Jabra Rox Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds Review – Gym Headphones Never Sounded Better
11 July 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
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.
Pros: + Good Sound,
+ Multi-device Connectivity,
+ Compact, Light and Durable Design
Cons: - Earwings can get lost easily,
- Uncomfortable with prolonged use
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.
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...
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.
Summary: Up for review today we’re taking a look at Jabra’s latest wireless headset, the ROX Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Earbuds. We’ve been very pleased with Jabra’s efforts in the past; their speakers and headphones are some of our favorites. How do these fare?
Excerpt: Three years ago, the problem with compact Bluetooth wireless earphones — ones that could fit in a pocket, like Apple's earbuds — was that there weren't enough of them. Now there are plenty of options, but most of them look the same and are made by the same manufacturer, which minimally tweaks a...