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Jabra Halo Bluetooth Stereo Headphones

by Jabra

Price: £48.23 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Enjoy wireless music and answer phones calls in crystal clear stereo sound
  • Corded option for MP3 players etc
  • Great sound experience
  • Remote control your music via touch sensors
  • Convenient carrying style - Folded in a soft protective pouch

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 13.2 x 7.8 cm ; 77 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
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  • Item model number: BT650HALO
  • ASIN: B002OOW9HM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 Sep 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Less Wire - More Music 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't 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.;The Jabra HALO makes it easy to join the wireless revolution and enables you to turn your mobile phone into your primary mobile multimedia center - with less wire and more music.;The Next Step in Wireless Music and Calls;Jabra HALO offers the best-in-class digital signal processing providing the user with a superb music experience. With the headset touch sensors you can effortlessly control your music and calls and the discreet display provides you with precise connectivity and battery status. Making Jabra HALO completely universal it comes with a corded option allowing it to plug into music devices that don't support Bluetooth® stereo/A2DP.;Great sound, Sleek design Jabra HALO boasts Noise BlackoutTM technology making calls clear and crisp and Zirene® Power bass providing enhanced depth to music. Combining its superb sound with a slim, sleek design, Jabra HALO is the ultimate in wireless stereo technology.

Box Contains

  • Jabra Halo Bluetooth Stereo Headphones
  • User guide
  • Mains charger

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ian Bowden on 2 Nov 2010
    This headset works with My iPhone and provides excellent sound quality. The headphones are comfortable over prolonged wearing As it works via Bluetooth there are no wires to catch.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Phodetheus on 7 Jan 2011
    Very comfortable to wear for long periods and stays in place well even on a bald head.
    Sound quality is excellent.
    I havent been able to run the battery right down yet despite using it for most of the day.
    Pared easily with my iphone4 and imac and ipad.
    Highly recommend it.
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    19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Limorenko / Web-designer and Wedding Photographer on 19 Jan 2010
    First impressions from using the headset were very positive: stylish, lightweight, comfortable, excellent sound. Though I have noted that the controls and operation are not so good. Volume control and the answer/end button work fine, but rewind works very rarely. The sensor simply does not recognize my double-tapping. Unfolding of the headset to turn it on was very nervous at first, because hinges look fragile. But this is not a problem, one month has passed and the hinges are still intact. There are other problems with the headset.

    Headset periodically loses connection for 1-2 seconds. Sometimes the period is longer. Similar symptoms appear every time you turn on the headset, but they are held with greater frequency and duration - it is simply impossible to listen music the first two minutes after the pairing. So I just take off my headset on this time - and it's really annoying. At first I thought that the problem is with my phone, so I tested the headset with my wife's phone and my MacBook Pro - the problem still was there. The problem does not occur when you connect the Halo as regular headphones using the 3.5mm cable.

    Another thing you should to consider is a velvet coating on the inner side of the Jabra. After a week of careful use this coating started peeling off near the hinges and on the sides of the headset. Small pieces of this material is gradually fall off, exposing the fabric material. Nice? Read more.

    One of the biggest priorities for me was to use this headset as regular headphones with the 3.5mm cable. Yesterday I discovered that the connection between the Halo and the micro-USB connector doesn't feel quite right anymore. It is suffice to move a little bit my head and the sound disappears. But the biggest problem now is to charge the headset.
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    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. Thomas #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 23 Aug 2010
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    I first used a pair of blue tooth headphones about a year ago and I was delighted with them, even though they weighed in at 260g and made me look like a Cyberman; the mere freedom of being wireless was a joy.

    I am familiar with Jabra after using their first 'Jawbone' Bluetooth set for mobile and an artful design it was. That simple ergonomic style has translated across to the Halo. The unit is lightweight (96g), has smooth lines and hinged wings that switch the unit on when unfurled to form a semi circular (halo) headset.

    The earpieces sit lightly on the ear and the music quality is superlative. They fold to a reasonably compact size and fit inside a supplied, padded pouch for storage.

    Once unfolded for the first time, the headphones automatically start to try to pair up with Bluetooth devices. I didn't pair straight away but I found it was a simple process to complete subsequently (press a button on the headphones until a blue light comes on, activate Bluetooth on the required device and everything then happens automatically).

    The headphones need to be charged for around two hours before they are first used. The manual states that they can be used whilst charging, but I found this rather impractical. The absence of an on off switch means that you need to fold them up to retain the charge.

    A slight reservation is that I wonder how robust the 'snap hinge' is in daily use. A small component within the Jawbone unit I had previously broke off after about 18 months and I am hoping that Jabra have made sure that the hinge on the halo will not prove to be a point of weakness.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Rogers on 14 Dec 2010
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    Great headphones - very comfortable and clear sound. User instructions are a bit confusing. Opening the headphone to switch-on is a 2 part operation - which is not made clear. 1. Unfold the ear pieces, then 2. click the hinges together to engage the switch. Once I discovered that, I have been very pleased with them
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Doctor Nelmes on 21 Jan 2011
    This is a follow-up to my initial review

    Two power supply failures, and a hinge controlling the on/off switching that has split and part-broken and probably won't last much longer has made me re-evaluate these headphones. It's a shame as they are really nice to use but, lasting for about one year with daily use does not equate to durability in my opinion. The original power supply was faulty upon receipt and credit to Jabra, they sent out a replacement straight away. Unfortunately that unit too failed after about 3 months but I found that my Samsung phone charger fitted and has been used as a replacement without issue.

    Original Review posted 21st January 2011
    I've had these headphones for a couple of weeks now and really like them. In comparison to my wife's Sony BT DR-21G's the sound quality is noticably superior with a deeper bass response and a near abscence of the digital harshness often associated with bluetooth devices. Unlike the Sony's, I can use these for hours without discomfort from either the fit or the sound perspective. These Jabra's also have a wired headphone lead included for non bluetooth-enabled devices. I find that the sound is surprisingly good, given that they are using a wireless connection.

    After pairing with my Sony X-Series Walkman(fitted with a bluetooth adapter), my wife's Sony NWZ-A829's Walkman(with built-in bluetooth) and my Samsung Wave GT-S8500 'phone, I find the Sony bluetooth headphones are marginally less susceptable to signal drop-out. Unfortunately, although Jabra claim that two devices can be connected simultaneously, I find that when both the phone and the Walkman are connected at the same time, the volume control stops working.
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