Jabra Revo and Jabra Vox Are Now On Sale
Jabra has partnered with Dolby for exclusive mobile sound. Alongside Jabra’s Sound app, Dolby Digital Plus provides rich, full-spectrum stereo sound that brings your device to life and adds extra depth and dimension to your music. You don’t have to worry about wear and tear with the Jabra Revo (corded) headphones. They are built for everyday use. With a padded headband for comfort and cables made to go through tough times, these headphones are made to last. Controlling the music is easy with the play/pause, forward/back buttons on the durable cable.
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Jabra Revo Wireless
If you were interested in all the features listed above on the Revo but are trying to cut the cords, the Jabra Revo Wireless would be a great choice for you. The lack of a cord doesn’t mean that you’re going to sacrifice sound. So where are the controls located? The Revo Wireless has a touch control on the earpiece. You can even tap the touch control to pair with NFC.
The aluminum frame gives these sleek headphones style and of course durability along with the steel hinges and shatterproof headband. You can fold the headphones to a compact size making them portable. They charge through a micro USB cable. There’s a battery indicator to let you know how much battery life remains. According to Jabra, the Revo Wireless lasts for 12 hours talktime and 12 hours of music playing. (I got to see that for myself)
If you’re not a fan of the over the ear headphones, you can get the Jabra Vox in-ear headphones. The Vox in-ear headphones come with Dolby digital sound also. Jabra says the powerful sound and strong bass is due to the Vox’s sculpted design. For comfort the ColorCore EarGels™ allow extended use and deep sound.