Conclusion: We used the Jabra VOX for over a month with several smartphones, 3 A/V Amplifiers, the X-Fi Titanium HD and two MP3/4 players with quite impressive results. For once the VOX offers very good bass levels that can even beat with ease bass levels we've encountered with full headphone sets.
Excerpt: Even though large, on- or over-ear headphones are great to rock out with; there are those times when it’s simply easier to have a pair of compact earbuds. Travel and outside use come to mind first, especially if you’re looking to pack light.
Conclusion: The overall sound quality from the Jabra Vox is very good and will please many through and through. It handily blows low-end earbuds away. I like the top-notch durability, the design, and the hassle-free fit. But while the Vox has a lot going for it, a few things keep it from being a “perfect” pair.
Summary: The Jabra Vox is going to make a lot of people happy. Everyone that values bass and quality will want to look at these. Comfort for short periods was good but again that is only base off of my ears. Comfort is really subjective depending on personal preference and tolerances.
Summary: Final Thoughts
I think that the Jabra VOX headphones would be a great replacement for the headphones included with any MP3 player or mobile phone. At just $99 they have great vibrant sound that is much more crisp than many other headphones out there.
Pros: – Quality design, – Clear and vibrant sound, – Price, – Cable does not tangle easily
Cons: – Inline controls could have been designed better
Excerpt: Paul recently reviewed the Jabra REVO wireless headphones , Jabra’s high end Bluetooth headset that, according to Paul, “take the title of the nicest wireless headphones I’ve ever played with.” So I thought I’d take a look at the REVO’s smaller sibling, the in-ear Jabra VOX headphones.