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Jabra Halo Bluetooth Headphones

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  perfect for ipod touch

| | See all billyblunder's reviews (2)

I wanted something to listen to my music and watch videos without the cords , this fits the bill well. Best of all Apple have improved the bluetooth support so you can change volume on the Ipod now instead of the touch pads on the earphones. Some times voice sync is out for a couple of seconds on video but rewind a bit and its then fine. It also has a mic built in so I pair it with my Nokia and it couples as a descent hands free phone kit . Overall sound quality is pretty good

  Excellent!!

| | See all MunkyVII's reviews (2)

Excellent Bluetooth Device! Has to be the easiest device to pair with your phone. Lightweight and very comfortable. Great sound, but i think it helps if your phone has a custom EQ, just to fine tune it.
Volume and track skip button takes a little time to get used to but hardly worth complaining about. Very good battery life, your phone is more likely to die before these run out. Also included is a 3.5mm jack attachment, so they can used with pretty much any audio device. They are pricey but i think their well worth it.

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  A great headphone system, but not quite top marks

| | See all Ibrahim's reviews (10)

I purchased this headphone/headset combination to replace my Jabra BT620S which was starting to show its age. On first unpacking, I was impressed at the quality of both feel an build of the headset, it looked and felt strong, durable and was comfortable to ware. Having paired it up to my Nokia E71 phone, a simple enough process, the sound was crisp and clear and music although not loud was loud enough for everyday use although this is no noise cancelling headphone. The headset also has a touch sensative control for adjusting volume and skipping through your tracks, but I found this far too sensative and prone to easy manipulation for instance, if I move my hand across the right earpiece where the sensor is located, it could activate, making me lose my place in the song I am currently listening to. Also, while music is playing, you can't adjust the volume, this can only be done when music is paused, an annoyance for sure. Added to this, this, the headset side of things lacks voice activated dialing, so hands free operation of your phone isn't an option. All in all though, with good clear sound, simple operation with just the two controls including the touch sensor and provided accessories which include USB and mains chargers, a wired connector for those devices that aren't bluetooth capable and a carry pouch, this would make a good multimedia stereo headset for those looking to make the most of their handsets.

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