Jabra introduces trio of stereo headphones


Our friends at Jabra have just announced a trio of new stereo headphones for those who are looking for some quality audio. First is Jabra’s on-ear set of headphones called the REVO. Available in white and grey, these corded headphones include inline controls for volume and call management, dual jack connectors so you and your friends can easily hook up to the same line, memory foam earcups for added comfort, the Jabra Sound app for Dolby Digital HD sound profiles, and more.

There’s a wireless pair of the REVO headset, as well, and it’s equipped with Bluetooth radios to enjoy your music wirelessly. Even with the option of Bluetooth, users can hook their tunes up using a detachable 3.5mm headphone jack (which disables the Bluetooth connection while in use). The headset also features an NFC chip so you can easily pair the headset with NFC-equipped phones.

Jabra also has a pair of in-ear buds dubbed the VOX. These simple buds come with three gel caps for different ear sizes and inline controls for volume and call control. All three of the products are available starting to today at The REVO Wireless will run you $250, the RVO will run you $200 and the VOX will be $99. It sounds a bit steep, sure, but these are supposed to be some pretty good cans. Read on for full press details.



Taking the Listening Experience to Greater Heights with Excellent Durability and Design 


Jabra today announced a new suite of corded and wireless stereo headphones that elevate music and multimedia experiences to a new dimension of sound performance. Specifically designed for hard-wearing, everyday use and portability, the new Jabra Revo WirelessJabra Revo corded and Jabra Vox in-ear earphones epitomize the ultimate balance in design, ease-of-use and outstanding sound quality that is expected from today’s discerning music lover.

With a worldwide reputation for delivering superbly engineered audio solutions, Jabra has upped the ante sonically with the addition of Dolby® Digital Plus technology which – together with Jabra’s exclusive Sound App for iOS and Android devices – creates a much richer and fuller sound that is often missing in digitally compressed audio. This full-spectrum brings new life, extra depth and dimension to music across genres.

The latest suite of stereo headphones will excite and impress pop and rock enthusiasts who want massive, high-definition sound clarity as well as serious jazz and classical audiophiles looking to take their favorite recordings to another level of performance and sophistication.

The global adoption of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices means more and more people are communicating on the move and taking their music with them. This ‘always on’ wave of mobile users is consuming an ever-increasing amount of entertainment, which results in a large amount of device wear and tear – particularly with headphones.

Jabra’s headphones are designed to be ‘used and abused’ and this new line is no exception. Both the Jabra Revo Wireless and Jabra Revo headphones are solidly constructed using an aluminum frame, steel hinges and a shatter-proof headband for extreme flexibility. The small but tough Jabra Vox is built from premium materials, comes with tangle-free, reinforced cables and is thoroughly tested for ultimate durability and performance.

“Headphones are subjected to a lot of wear and tear so consumers are demanding that they are designed to withstand the rigors of regular use,” noted Anne Raaen Rasmussen, Senior Vice President, Mobile Division at Jabra. “Jabra’s line of stereo products has been tested to the extreme, undergoing drop tests, bend tests, fold tests, cable tests, dirt tests and more. These headphones are built to last, without sacrificing style or sound quality.”

As with audio excellence, comfort and design are synonymous with Jabra products and that unmistakably under-stated, yet stylish Scandinavian design is reflected across this new suite of products. From padded headbands and plush, memory foam ear cups on the Jabra Revo to perfectly fitting, specially designed ColorCore EarGels™ for enhanced comfort and deep sound on the Jabra Vox, these stereo headphones are all engineered to rest comfortably for extended use and lifestyle fulfillment.

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Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. Wait, what does this have to do with Android?

    1. nfc support. or its an what

  2. curious to know the side by side audio comparison with the beats mixrs was gonna buy those in a week. bluetooth or corded is a nice feature to have.

  3. Shop around, folks. There are far less expensive units with equal or better sound and more features. This company does NOT do support and updates for squat. I’ve lost track of all the BT I’ve used over many years, and this company really stands out as my worst experiences with this tech.

    Run. RUN! Don’t look back, ruuuunnnn.

    1. really?

      I’ve had a couple Jabra Bluetooth headsets over the years and all have been fine. Nothing spectacular but they have all worked well and had decent sound quality

    2. Your bias shows pretty plainly when you denigrate the sound quality of headphones none of us have had the chance to even listen to yet.

  4. I have a pair of Sennheiser PX 210 BT headphones, which just sound fantastic. The controls work flawlessly with all android phones I have tried.

  5. Looks like the Author is scratching for freebies

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