Jabra Halo

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 547 recensioni su Jabra Halo. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 3.5/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.0/5 per altri Cuffie. Gli utenti sono entusiasti circa dimensione e comfort. In aggiunta, portabilità e usabilità ottengono ottime recensioni ma ci sono alcuni commenti comuni circa affidabilità.

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Abbiamo analizzato differenti valutazioni di esperti ed utenti, età del prodotto ed altri elementi. A confronto con altri Cuffie, Jabra Halo ha ottenuto un alaScore™ complessivo di 83/100 = qualità Molto buono.

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Jabra Halo Stereo Bluetooth Headset

 

If you want to listen to music on your mobile, why not ditch the wires with Jabra's Halo stereo headset.

07/2012

Recensione esperto da : Aoife M. McEvoy (pcworld.com)

Jabra Halo

 

What's your style for stereo--earbuds or earmuffs? I go for the earmuff or earpad approach every time, and Jabra's Halo headphones ($130, as of September16, 2009) fit well. They're sleek, unobtrusive, and sturdy. And the Halo felt even more comfortable...

Great-sounding music ; Comfortable headband and earmuff design

Average phone call quality ; Volume and track-skipping controls poorly designed

If you're looking for nonearbud headphones to handle music and calls--but primarily music--the Halo package is a good choice. You'll just have to tolerate the nonfriendly volume and track-skipping controls

10/2009

Recensione esperto da : Nicole Lee (cnet.com)

Jabra HALO Bluetooth Stereo Headset review

 

Most cell phones these days come with stereo Bluetooth because even the more basic handsets have some kind of built-in music player. We're happy to see this development, as it lets us listen to music cord-free. Still, stereo Bluetooth headsets...

The Jabra Halo has a slim and stylish design that folds down to a more compact and portable shape. It comes with a 3.5-millimeter patch cord in case your device does not have stereo Bluetooth.

The Jabra Halo fits awkwardly over the ears and does not feel like it is securely in place. Call quality suffered when in a noisy environment, and we did not like the touch-sensitive volume controls.

The Jabra Halo is an attractive stereo Bluetooth headset, but that's about all we can say for it.

09/2009

Recensione esperto da : What Hi-Fi? (whathifi.com)

Jabra Halo review

 

These headphone may look like they're for Star Trek fans only, but we found they had a reasonably good sound

Slim ; fold down neatly ; good sound

Awkward fit ; very strange design

They may be slim and gimmicky, but they sound reasonably good

08/2009

Recensione esperto da : Chris Hall (pocket-lint.com)

Jabra Halo Bluetooth headset

 

Bluetooth headsets get a bad press. Although they are amazingly practical, allowing you to use your phone whilst keeping your hands free, they've always had something of an image problem. A problem that is probably reinforced by just about every estate...

Good audio performance, look good, 3.5mm accessory cable, lightweight, folding arms

Can leak sound, lacks advanced calling functions

Overall we like the Jabra Halo. A unique design that folds away securely enough to survive kicking around the bottom of your bag. We were happy with the audio performance and impressed with how comfortable they were to wear over long periods. If you...

09/2009

Recensione esperto da : Vincent Nguyen (slashgear.com)

Jabra HALO Bluetooth Stereo Headset Review

 

Bluetooth headsets might be associated with spreading legislation demanding hands-free use of cellphones, but the short-range wireless technology also has a more entertaining use: A2DP wireless stereo. SlashGear has been testing out Jabra's HALO...

09/2009

Recensione esperto da : Aoife M McEvoy (techadvisor.co.uk)

Jabra BT650s Halo review

 

They're sleek, unobtrusive, and sturdy. And the Jabra BT650s Halo felt even more comfortable than the Motorola MotoRokr S305 and the LG Electronics HBS-250, which also adopt the earmuff design.

If you're looking for nonearbud headphones to handle music and calls - but primarily music - the Jabra BT650s Halo package is a good choice. You'll just have to tolerate the nonfriendly volume and track-skipping controls.

10/2009

Recensione esperto da : PhoneArena Team (phonearena.com)

Jabra Halo Review

 

Once you try on a wireless stereo headset it's hard to go back to anything wired. The only thing that might be stopping you to acquire a pair of those would be the dorky look that most of them seem to lay over your otherwise cool appearances. Thus when...

10/2010

Recensione esperto da : Matt (tech-reviews.co.uk)

Jabra Halo Bluetooth Headset Review

 

The Jabra Halo, designed essentially for the iPhone and iPod touch, utilises Bluetooth audio streaming in order to deliver a portable, wireless headset. The unit, at first glance, appears pretty simple, with a single plastic band forming the outer...

In terms of music quality, the Jabra certainly performed far higher than we were expecting what with its compact design. The mid-to-high end frequencies are well catered for with clarity and although the bass response is somewhat disappointing, it has...

09/2011

Recensione esperto da : olijones (shinyshiny.tv)

Day 3 headphone week -- the Jabra Halo : Shiny Shiny

 

Bluetooth stereo headphone with wired option, touch-sensitive buttons and dual microphone

07/2010

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