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Jabra REVO Wireless Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelREVO Wireless
DateJan 2013
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired/Wireless
3.5 mm connector
USB connectivity
USB connectorMicro-USB
Bluetooth version3.0
Bluetooth profilesA2DP,AVRCP
Wireless range10 m
Cable length1.22 m
Detachable cable
Headphones
Ear couplingSupraaural
Headphone frequency20 - 20000 Hz
Headphone sensitivity119 dB
Impedance32 Ω
Driver unit4 cm
Driver typeDynamic
Design
Headset typeBinaural
Wearing styleHead-band
Colour of productBlack
RoHS compliance
CertificationCE, FCC, IC, GOST, REACH

Jabra REVO Wireless Expert Reviews

whathifi.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-12
Clever touch controls, Decent fit, Inoffensive soundStruggle dynamically, lack detail and clarity, Music sounds flat compared to top rivals
Tapping and swiping are actions more associated with the touchscreen of a tablet or smartphone, than a pair of headphones. The Jabra Revo Wireless ‘phones don't have a screen, but they can be controlled through a touch-sensitive surface. Jabra calls it t...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-17
Wireless headphones are awesome. Of all the gadgets I use on a daily basis, they are the ones that make me most feel like I'm living in the near future. That may sound like hyperbole, but putting on headphones and having music pump directly into my ears w...
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twentyfirsttech.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-19
I must confess: Before I got this set, my benchmark was the Sennheiser HD 202 which I currently use. I wanted to make a review that compared these two, but after listening to the Jabra REVO Wireless for just 10 minutes, I was convinced that the comparison...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2014-08-11
This revision of the Jabra Revo Wireless headphones has a new colour scheme and a $150 price cut. In addition to black, white and grey, the headphones also come in black with gold accents. They use Dolby Digital Plus technology to deliver a richer and mo...
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pcworld.in
Reviewed on 2014-07-22
There's a lot of gear out there for your Apple devices, but how do you know which are worth your time and what's not worth your money? In our Gear We Love column, Macworld's editors tell you about the products we're personally using--and loving.I'm a head...
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nikktech.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Build Quality (Bend Tested 10.000 times/fold tested 3.5000 times/drop tested from 2m), Design, Size, Clear & Accurate Mids/Highs, Rich Bass, Plenty Of Volume, Wired & Wireless Use (3.5mm & USB), NFC (Near Field Connection), Dual NoiseBlackout Microphones,...Price (For Some)
It seems that lately no matter where i go when I'm out (subway, road, gym) i see quite a few people listening to music with large wired headsets connected to their smartphones so i can't help but to wonder just how comfortable they feel. Personally up to ...
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maxit.com.my
Reviewed on 2014-06-24
If you're familiar with Jabra's Revo Wireless which was launched last year, you will like Jabra's lastest addition of the Revo Wireless Limited Edition Bluetooth Headphones.Jabra is synonymous with producing audio hardware and software. This time round, t...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-02
Known mainly for its Bluetooth headsets, Jabra has only recently started focusing on wireless speakers and headphones. The latest addition is the Jabra Rox Wireless. This premium stereo Bluetooth headset boasts of many utilitarian features and competes wi...
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reviewstudio.net
Reviewed on 2013-12-09
Excellent build quality, Great design, Capacitive touchpanels, Great battery life, Wired mode available;Call quality could be improved;
We're going to turn away from gaming gear for a while, and take a look at a few bluetooth powered headphones. The first on the list is Jabra's flagship pair of "music headphones," the on-ear Revo Wireless.Jabra is a company best known for creating bluetoo...
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technologytell.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-28
Smooth and good-looking As such, one can expect a bit of curious apprehension when Jabra decides to branch out into music-quality headsets, namely the Jabra Revo Wireless . Even though Jabra has stood for excellence and quality with office-related audio...
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techsmart.co.za
Reviewed on 2013-08-12
Touch controls work well once you get used to them, excellent sound quality and volume output, handy travel pouch, solid construction, decent music playback time from a single chargeBass response does not match those of Beats headsets, not the most stylish unit on the headset block, no active noise cancellation technology, and expensive
Like the name suggests, Revo's Wireless delivers audio sans the annoying wires running from the headset to the music player. The headset supports Bluetooth version 3.0 for wireless audio streaming as well as NFC (near field communication) for quick and ea...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-06-18
We have been incredibly impressed with Jabra's move into the world of headphones, and this high end wireless set of cans continues the trend. Not only are they remarkably restrained in design for a world in which every similar product seems to have been...
examiner.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-03
Click here to see a video slideshow of the Revo Wireless Headphones from JabraMain advantage: NFC pairing, Wireless playback using bluetooth 3.0, 12 hr. music and talk time, strong aluminum buildMain concern: price, touch controls learning curveUnique fea...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-05-30
NFC makes the pairing insanely easy; Power switch is very easy to use and make sure the headphones are switched off; Controls are easy to remember; Works well as a hands-free headset; Headband is uber-bendy;Bass is a little overpowering; Application needs work;
There’s nothing quite like having wireless freedom for a nice pair of headphones, and Bluetooth accessory maker Jabra thinks it has found the solution, with its wireless Revo headphones. Jabra has been making wireless devices for some time, but the R...
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ilounge.com
Reviewed on 2013-05-28
Jabra has introduced a new lineup of music accessories, with its Revo Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headphones ($250) as part of the mix. The on-ear headphones feature Dolby audio technology, for what Jabra describes as "rich, full-spectrum sound." You ha...
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vernonchan.com
Reviewed on 2013-05-07
Fantastic, rock solid design, premium feel, Foldable design is convenient for solid, Very easy pairing with devices, Good audio quality, Good wireless rangeMight be pricey for some, Carrying bag could have used better materials
Jabra, a world-renowned hands-free communications device manufacturer, recently launched a new line of high performance corded and wireless stereo headphones in Malaysia, featuring Dolby Digital Plus . Jabra has extended its expertise in sound technology ...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2013-04-30
Stylish appearance; comfortable; durable; impressive audio performance; good battery life; NFC pairing available; touch control panelNot cheap
Jabra has to be given a lot of credit for creating the Revo wireless headphones. They look great, sound great and come with tons of features. In short, they are what most people are looking for in a pair of wireless headphones. The only downside to Jab...
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techadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2013-04-25
Jabra has to be given a lot of credit for creating the Revo wireless headphones . They look great, sound great and come with tons of features. In short, they are what most people are looking for in a pair of wireless headphones. The only downside to Jabra...
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gadgetshow.channel5.com
Reviewed on 2013-04-17
Looking at the Jabra Revo Wireless headphones, it’s hard to believe they’ve been crafted by a company better known for dull headsets for salesmen: they feel premium despite the plastic, and they fold up too so you can carry them around. They connect easily over Bluetooth to your phone too, are comfortable to wear and do a stellar job of stopping sound leaking out and ticking off everyone you’re o...Bluetooth headphones have been around for yonks, and while cutting the cord has its conveniences, it’s always meant taking a hit when it comes to sound quality. While compression technology has come on leaps and bounds, and that’s largely been resolved, the fact remains that for £199 you have the right to ask for the world. As good as they sound, the Jabra Revo Wireless headphones just don’t soun...
You might know Jabra from its Bluetooth speakers and ear-pieces, but with the slick new Jabra Revo Wireless headphones, it’s branching out into the market for fashionable, over-ear cans as convenient as they are attractive, created by Dr Dre and his Be...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-04-13
The Jabra Revo Wireless headphone is an excellent fit and finish, is comfortable to wear, and folds up into a more compact form factor for storage. It also features touch controls and NFC pairing for devices that support itSound should be a bit cleaner, and the protective carrying case should be more luxurious at this price point
Jabra is best known for its wired and wireless headsets, but it's now ventured into the premium headphone market with two on-ear models, the Revo ($200) and Revo Wireless ($250), as well as a more affordable in-ear model, the Vox ($99).Both the Revo and...
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