Jabra REVO Review

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Introduction

  • Brand: Jabra
  • Model: REVO
  • RRP: £135 (At time of review)

Jabra are a well know global brand known for their high end audio equipment such as speaker-phones and hands free kits for cars. Recently they have taken the plunge into the consumer audio marketing producing several products, targeting the mid tier of headphones and earphones – something entirely different from their normal B2B  operations. At Play3r, we’ve started to include more audio products in our reviews, due to several contributing factors such as the rise of mobile gaming and the quest for the perfect sound, so we’ve had an influx of audio gear.

Today I will be taking a look at Jabra’s consumer level headphones- the Jabra REVO. Jabra have constructed the REVOs using aluminium and steel to produce a very strong and durable, yet lightweight pair of headphones. Shatterproof and with a flexible design, the REVOs should stand the test of time, without a compromise in audio quality.

Before we take a look at the REVOs, let’s check out the specs:

Connectivity: 3.5 mm Jack

Usage:

  • Connects to a PC and can be used to stream music/sound and for voice calls
  • Music Phone
  • Works with mobile phones
  • MP3

Speakers

  • Frequency Response: Hifi Speakers with a hifi frequency sound produce a sound range well suited for realistic sound reproduction, e.g. Music

Microphone

  • Microphone Type: Omni Directional/noise filter
    Enhances call clarity by eliminating background noise from the office.
  • Microphone Sensitivity: Standard (E-STD)
    Standard (STD) variation microphone sensitivity is comparable to a normal telephone receiver and is used in most telephone devices.
Design
  • Wearing Style: Headband A headband is a fully adjustable, over-the-head wearing style

As you can read, the specification taken from Jabra’s website leave a lot to the imagination, so without any more hesitation, lets now take a look at the headphones.

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