Reviewed on 2011-09-21
Last January, a friend of mine who had been searching for a Bluetooth headset talked to me about the . He fell so in love with it that I decided to jump in and buy one. The Jabra Halo is a Bluetooth headset that has many interesting features to ma...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-10-08
Slim, foldable design, Separate microUSB to 3.5 audio jack cable, AVRCP support, if present on your device
The headset doesn’t fit firmly around the ears, The touchsensitive volume control works on a whim, The charging indicator is not very reliable
Once you try on a wireless stereo headset it’s hard to go back to anything wired. The only thing that might be stopping you to acquire a pair of those would be the dorky look that most of them seem to lay over your otherwise cool appearances. Thus when...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-01-03
Design, battery life, microUSB
Sound quality, touch controller
Jabra None of the previous Bluetooth headphones that I have had the chance to use have really felt “right”. Many of them were either just like two enormous earbuds in each ear tethered to each other with a wire behind my head, or were too large to c...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-11-26
I don't know how much designers are paid these days but Jabra could not pay the guy who designed the Halo enough for having done a sterling job on this stereo Bluetooth headset! Seldom have I seen a product where form and function so harmoniously wor...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-11-03
Jabra may be known for their small, somewhat stylish Bluetooth headsets, but they don’t limit themselves to those. The company’s Halo is a multi-use stereo headset that works for calls but is also designed to handle media applications, like listening t...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-10-30
Great-sounding music; comfortable headband and earmuff design.
Average phone call quality; volume and track-skipping controls poorly designed.
What’s your style for stereo, earbuds or earmuffs? I go for the earmuff or earpad approach every time, and Jabra’s Halo headphones fit well. They’re sleek, unobtrusive, sturdy, and very comfortable. Product:HaloRating (Scale) 5 - Superior4 - Very Good3...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-10-29
I’ve always wanted a pair of wireless headphones, but I have never had a compatible device and plus the technology just wasn’t ready yet. When the Jabra Halo showed up at our doorstep, I had also just upgraded my phone to the brand new Sprint HTC Hero....Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-10-28
Greatsounding music, Comfortable headband and earmuff design,
Average phone call quality, Volume and trackskipping controls poorly designed
What's your style for stereo--earbuds or earmuffs? I go for the earmuff or earpad approach every time, and Jabra's Halo headphones ($130, as of September16, 2009) fit well. They're sleek, unobtrusive, and sturdy. And the Halo felt even more comfortable...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-10-14
Welcome to my Gadling gear review of the new Jabra HALO Bluetooth stereo headphones. When it comes to Bluetooth headphones here on Gadling, I'm only interested in products that stand out in the busy headphone market. The Jabra HALO headphones fit that ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-10-01
I love wireless technology and will write-off a lot of its downfalls for the advantages. For instance, it doesn’t bother me that the audio quality of the Jabra Halo is sub-par, because they are wireless and very comfortable. Plus, I can deal with a lo...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-10-01
What's your style for stereo, earbuds or earmuffs? I go for the earmuff or earpad approach every time, and Jabra's Halo headphones fit well. They're sleek, unobtrusive, and sturdy. And the Halo felt even more comfortable than the Motorola MotoRokr S30...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-09-26
Good voice quality in both directions, Simple controls and subtle design, Comfortable, Easy pairing,
Bad music quality; occasional interference, Expensive for what you get, Twitchy touch controls, Wired listening still needs a battery charge.
Stereo Bluetooth headsets are often exercises in compromise: to be discreet they have to sacrifice sound quality, and to achieve sound quality they're often as large as the largest headphones. Jabra's Halo is different: they use flat-panel, over-ear dr...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-09-24
The Jabra Halo has a slim and stylish design that folds down to a more compact and portable shape. It comes with a 3.5-millimeter patch cord in case your device does not have stereo Bluetooth.
The Jabra Halo fits awkwardly over the ears and does not feel like it is securely in place. Call quality suffered when in a noisy environment, and we did not like the touch-sensitive volume controls.
Most cell phones these days come with stereo Bluetooth because even the more basic handsets have some kind of built-in music player. We're happy to see this development, as it lets us listen to music cord-free. Still, stereo Bluetooth headsets general...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-09-18
Bluetooth headsets might be associated with spreading legislation demanding hands-free use of cellphones, but the short-range wireless technology also has a more entertaining use: A2DP wireless stereo. SlashGear has been testing out Jabra’s HALO headse...Read more >