Jabra ROX Bluetooth Stereo Headset (Black)
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Drop the wires and enjoy rich sound. Lightweight, durable, fortable. When you're done, snap the special earbud magnets together to save battery.
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The sound quality is good but during some activities, I just can't get the volume high enough for it to matter.
I took the time to find the right fit and the ear buds stayed in place while I was running..until they didn't. Once I started sweating, the ear cushion/fins slip off the earbud and I am left fighting with keeping it in my ear or stopping my run to fix it.
These have now been relegated to work for the times I am spending a lot of time at my desk. They are much better for that purpose and the magnetic shutoff works much better as long as nothing shifts in the desk drawer and breaks the magnetic connection. Now I am in search of a better exercise option.
Sound Quality - Best in class for a bluetooth headset. Just as good as Jaybird which is also good. Much much better than BlueAnt Pump.
Call quality - Best in classfor a bluetooth headset. Better than both Jaybird and BlueAnt Pump
Microphone Noise Cancellation (Can the person I'm talking to hear background noise?) - Excellent. Not quite as good as a Jawbone Era, but hands down superior to Jaybird and BlueAnt Pump.
Noise Isolation (Can I hear background noise?)- They fit well and so they muffle background noise. They do NOT have active noise cancellation like Bose do.
Fit - This is the most subjective part of the review as we all have different ears. I have medium size ears and am a 5'8" male. For me they fit nice and snug. Ears felt a little funny after the first use. But by the second use, I was good. I've worn them for 3 hours straight with out issue. The jaybirds would get a higher rank here as they are more versatile in how you wear them.
Exercise - I don't run or workout with headphones but the fit is good enough that jumping around they didn't move.
Compatibility - Worked well with Apple iPad Air, and Android running 4.4.4 (Droid Maxx). They will control the volume on Apple devices but didn't on my Android (although sometimes did. might depend on what music app you are running). The blueAnt Pump was the same. The Jaybirds didn't control apple or android and run on bluetooth 2.1.
Different version of bluetooth may provide differing results. These are bluetooth 4.0 (the latest). The Droid Maxx is also 4.0.
You almost get the feeling that you don't want to turn audio off / pause it as it might not work.
The fix is to turn them off and back on followed by a waiting up to 1 minute for it to reconnect. (contacted support and waiting for over 3 days now)
UPDATE #2: I purchased the Azio USB Micro Bluetooth Adapter V4.0 EDR and aptX (BTD-V401) for the purpose of testing if its all of my laptops as they are not 4.0 Bluetooth.
Update #3: Jabra support is trash first of all. They pretty much said these were designed for phones and not really for laptops.
The Azio BTD-V401 solved all of my issues with audio quality and connection issues. Audio sounds 100% better compared to the stock HP Bluetooth
I was looking for a wireless solution at work as I am constantly moving around at my desk.
* sound is great using both laptop and note 4
*very comfortable once you get the right fit
* they look awesome and are convenient when they work
* they get dirty fast ( the rubber grabs everything including dust)
* Dolby audio app is a joke, there are no streaming services that work and you need to use local audio
- the audio is way better with the app but I don't know anyone with a ton of mp3's locally stored. streaming is standard now
* magnets are helpful but wont reconnect/turn on sometimes
* the remote should be a bit lower but not a huge deal
* the cord is like a sticky rubber so it grabs onto your skin
I did have several issues with connecting my windows 7 machine and tried a few. The issue is that it will loose its connection and start spitting out noises. The audio quality in my opinion is great for, electronic, dubstep, trap, anything that Digitally Imported plays.
Also once you add it to your computer make sure its connected as "listen to music" if its only set for VoIP it will sound like garbage
The tips really helps these stay in place better than the plastic ear wings. Sometimes it has trouble connecting to my HTC One M8 phone and I have to run through a process of turning them off and on and re-pairing them. This is a bit annoying.
I wear these while working out and have never had an issue or concern with them shorting out due to getting wet. I did have a build quality issue while trying to remove the cover over the charging headphone. I actually was able to grab the entire side of the headphone rather than just the cover and pull it apart. It went back together, but is a continuous concern each time I have to charge them.
I have to charge them about once per week while completing 3 one-hour workouts during the week.