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Jabra’s new headphone range takes audio to the next level


jabrarevo5Jabra is literally making itself heard with its new range of headphones that combine design, durability and Dolby Digital Plus for enhanced audio.

The new models include wired and wireless versions that offer high quality sound for your music and calls.

And because they are designed for everyday use, they have been made from high quality materials that can withstand daily wear and tear.

The new Jabra models are REVO, REVO Wireless and VOX and all include for the first time Dolby Digital Plus technology to further improve the listening experience.

Users can also download a Jabra Sound App – available for iOS and Android – which allows users to enjoy the full Dolby Digital Plus sound as well as access their music collection.

The Jabra Revo headphones


These corded headphones are built with an aluminium frame, steel hinges and a shatterproof headband to withstand the rigors of regular use.

The earcups and headband are padded with memory foam for a comfortable fit and have two jack connectors to put the non-tangle cord on the left or right earcup.

And there are also a mic and inline remote control so you can navigate your music and also make and receive calls.

The Jabra Revo Wireless headphones


Users get the same design and audio quality as the Revo but without cables.

The Revo Wireless uses NFC (near field communication) to instantly pair with smartphones and other compatible devices via Bluetooth to hear your music without being tied to your device with a cord.

Touch controls to navigate the music and adjust the volume are on the left earcup along with a built-in mic and the ability to connect a cord of the onboard battery runs out on the go.

The Jabra Vox in-ear headphones


Jabra’s in-ear headphones are small but provide a huge sound and the design is based on professional in-ear monitors which sit comfortably in your ear.

They are created with premium materials and have been tested for durability and performance.

The reinforced tangle-free cables can withstand 15kg of pull force and the clever SnagIt magnets can hold the cords together when not in use to avoid knots.

The new range of Jabra headphones will be released in Australia towards the end of March. Pricing will be released closer to launch.

Stay tuned for a full review in Tech Guide in the coming weeks.

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