Cut the wires and make your favorite music sound even better with the Jabra Halo wireless headset. It connects easily to your mobile phone through stereo Bluetooth and enables you to stream music wirelessly. You can even make and take calls wirelessly. Use the corded option if your player of choice doesn? support Bluetooth Stereo / A2DP. With Jabra Halo you can leave your phone in the pocket or in the bag and control your music directly from the headset. The design is as strikingly clear as your voice will be with the Noise Blackout which eliminates unwanted background noise to make your voice stand out during calls.
On the Ear
Remote control your music via touch sensors
Headphone Driver Units
Other Sound Features
Zirene Power Bass, Stereo Sound, Noise Blackout Technology
HSP 1.1, HFP 1.5, A2DP, AVRCP
2.0 + EDR
100 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz
1 Year Warranty
Ratings and Reviews
8 Ratings &
Sleek and convenient, but probably not worth the price
This headset has some really good things going for it. It's ultra-sleek and comfortable (but that might depend on the shape of your head); the mic is built into the sides, so there's nothing in front of your mouth while you're speaking; it's stereo and wireless, so no annoying cord when you're listening to music while walking; you can connect it via the cable to non-bluetooth devices if you want; and it's foldable.
Pairing is simple (I had no problems with three different phones). Sound qual...
I have been using this headset for the last couple of years. Following observations:
It has good sound. The hands free experience is quite convenient. Link it to a player like Windows Media - and you get to change tracks, jump to the next track etc. with the headset controls. Increase and decrease of sound is a smooth operation from the headset.
The fold/unfold is somewhat tricky. You have to get used to the "stretch and then bend" routine. If you don't do that properly, the area around th...