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Jabra REVO

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2231 reviews of Jabra REVO. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other Headsets for all reviews. Opinions about the durability and design are on the whole positive. The comfort and usability also get good feedback. Some have doubts about the soundstage.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headsets the Jabra REVO is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Consumer review by: (amazon.co.uk)

Amazon.co.uk review summary for Jabra REVO

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 186 user reviews of Jabra REVO from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other Headsets on Amazon.co.uk. Reviewers are impressed by the price and durability. The comfort and usability also get good feedback.

sound, usability, comfort, durability, price

90% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Jabra Revo Wireless Stereo HeadphonesJabra Revo Corded Stereo Headphones - WhiteJabra Revo Corded Stereo Headphones - Grey

Sep, 2015

Consumer review by: (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Jabra REVO

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 677 user reviews of Jabra REVO from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Headsets on Amazon.com. People really like the portability and durability. The comfort and usability are also appreciated, but many are critical about the soundstage.

sound, usability, comfort, durability, portability

soundstage

91% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Jabra REVO Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphones - Retail Packaging - BlackJabra REVO Corded Stereo Headphones - Retail Packaging - GrayJabra REVO Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphones - Retail Packaging - Grey

Sep, 2015

Expert review by: Tim Gideon (pcmag.com)

Jabra Revo

 

Jabra's Revo headphones favor over-the-top bass boosting rather than a balanced sound signature. And they cost a bit more than they should.

Powerful, clean audio response with extremely boosted bass for low frequency lovers. Inline remote control and microphone for Android and iOS devices. Excellent design and construction with cloth-bound, tangle-resistant, detachable cable

Extremely unrealistic sound signature favors bass heavily over high-mids and highs. Overpriced for this level of sound quality. Can be uncomfortable over long listening periods

Often, the headphone brands that try to reproduce deep bass frequencies faithfully (say, Grado or Sennheiser) are overshadowed by those that tend to boost them a bit too much (say, Beats). And then you have the Jabra Revo ($199 list). I'm not sure I've...

May, 2013
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Expert review by: David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Jabra Revo headphones review: Superior design meets strong sound

 

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 list) and Revo Wireless ($250), as well as a more affordable in-ear model, the Vox ($99).

The Jabra Revo headphone has an excellent fit and finish, sounds quite good, is comfortable to wear, and folds up into a more compact form factor for storage. It also features an inline remote with a microphone for cell phone calls and an extra jack...

The protective carrying case should be more luxurious at this price point.

One of the better on-ear headphones, the Jabra Revo combines strong sound quality with superior comfort and design.

Apr, 2013

Expert review by: David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Jabra Revo Wireless headphones review: Bluetooth headphones with a superior design

 

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).

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 it.

Sound should be a bit cleaner, and the protective carrying case should be more luxurious at this price point.

Despite some small flaws in sound quality and a somewhat high price, superior comfort and design help the Revo Wireless distinguish itself from its Bluetooth headphone competitors.

Apr, 2013

Expert review by: Sherri L. Smith (laptopmag.com)

Jabra Revo Wireless Headphones

 

The Jabra Revo Wireless deliver big audio for those looking to cut the cord, plus touch controls and a free app for fine-tuning your music.

Funky durable design; Responsive capacitive touch panel; Quick NFC pairing; Free app enhances sound; Long battery life

Bass-heavy; Large suite of equalizers can be overwhelming

Click to EnlargeJabra manages to squeeze a lot of features into the Revo Wireless Headphones' sturdy, lightweight frame. The capacitive touch panel is responsive and easy to master, and the NFC chip makes pairing with compatible phones quick and...

Apr, 2013

Expert review by: John V. (phonearena.com)

Jabra Revo Wireless Review

 

Highly regarded as a key player in the Bluetooth industry, veteran maker Jabra just recently introduced a brand spanking new pair of stereo Bluetooth headphones during CES, but now we're on the heels of its expected availability. Packing an assortment...

Solid build quality ; Comfortable padded ear cup cushions ; Flexibility for wired/wireless options ; Quick pairing with NFC

High & mid tones can sound drowned out at the highest volume setting ; Distorted voices with its noise-cancellation feature

Through it all, the Jabra Revo Wireless has shown us that it’s serious about fending off the competition, seeing that it’s packing countless features that remarkably shows off its versatility. Not only that, the audio quality that it delivers is...

Mar, 2013

Expert review by: Macworld (macworld.com)

Gear We Love Gear We Love: Revo Wireless offers Bluetooth-headphone convenience without the compromise

 

The Revo Wireless gives you comfort, a sturdy and attractive design, and the kind of sound quality you don't usually find in Bluetooth headphones.

Jul, 2014

Expert review by: InsideHW (insidehw.com)

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Apr, 2014

Expert review by: Chip Chick (chipchick.com)

Jabra REVO Wireless Headphones Sound Too Good to be Wireless

 

Jabra teamed with Dolby to create a sound experience that consumers would not only enjoy but also break them out of the just being a professional hands-free headset manufacturer. Not only have they developed a pair of headphones that is true contender...

Solid headphones. Comfortable ear cups and headband. Excellent listening experience – especially vocals and strings. Foldable for travelling. Comes with carrying pouch. Sounds just as good wireless or wired. Works with a wire for times when you’re out...

The remote on the audio cable started to break after just a month of use

Jul, 2013

Expert review by: Bill Henderson (the-gadgeteer.com)

Jabra Revo Headphones review

 

The name Jabra should be common to anyone who uses their smartphone as an extension of themselves. They have been making wireless headsets for years and have developed a well-deserved following. Recently, Jabra has jumped into the highly competitive...

Comfortable ; Warm, easy sound ; Ruggedly made ; Replaceable cord ; Mic and in-line controls

No case ; Not the most accurate sounding

Jul, 2013

Expert review by: Nick Guy (ilounge.com)

Jabra Revo + Revo Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headphones

 

Once best known for monaural Bluetooth headsets, Jabra has introduced a new lineup of music accessories, notably including the Revo Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headphones ($250), and their wired equivalent, Revo Stereo Headphones ($200). Both on-ear...

Jun, 2013

Product Specifications

Configuration

DECT: No
Display: No
Integrated Amplifier: No
LCD Display: No
Microphone Boom Arm: No
Multi Compatible Gaming Function: No
Mute Control: No
SCREEM: No
Sound System:STEREO
Speakers:STEREO
Volume Control:No / Yes

Connectivity

Bluetooth:No / Yes
Connection:3.5 mm Plug / ONE 3.5 mm Plug / Wireless
USB: No
USB Dongle: No

General Features

Compatibility:for 4 and more brands
Form factor:Headband Headset
Product Type:Headband Headset
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