Jabra Unveiling New Headphones at CES 2013
The new models are stereo headphones designed to deliver excellent durability and supposed to epitomize the ultimate balance in design, ease of use and outstanding sound quality music lovers would want.
Anne Raaen Rasmussen, senior vice president of mobile division at Jabra said, “Headphones are subjected to a lot of wear and tear so consumers are demanding that they are designed to withstand the rigors of regular use. Jabra’s line of stereo products has been tested to the extreme, undergoing drop tests, bend tests, fold tests, cable tests, dirt tests and more. These headphones are built to last, without sacrificing style or sound quality.”
Jabra claimed that its headphones combine state-of-the-art design with excellence in sound quality and ultimate durability, and with Dolby Digital Plus audio, they sound remarkably well.
With Jabra’s exclusive Sound App, Dolby Digital Plus supposedly provides a rich and immersive, full-spectrum sound experience that brings one’s device to life and adds extra depth and dimension to music.
Built with an aluminum frame, steel hinges and a shatterproof headband, the Jabra Revo Wireless and corded headphones ensure extreme flexibility, and its turn table touch control lets users seamlessly play, skip or pause their music and manage calls.
On the other hand, Jabra Vox’s sculpted design is based on professional in-ear monitors for musicians that give maximum space for powerful sound and strong bass. The specially designed ColorCore EarGels deliver enhanced comfort and deep sound on the Jabra Vox.
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Edited by Braden Becker