Jabra Vox in-Ear Headphone Review

Jabra Vox-3 Jabra is well know for some great Bluetooth headset, so its not far reaching to see Jabra announcing a new line of headphones with the Jabra Vox.  The Jabra Vox’s sculpted design is based on professional in-ear monitors for musicians that give maximum space for powerful sound and strong bass. Constructed from premium materials and thoroughly tested for ultimate durability and performance. With reinforced, tangle-free cables tested to withstand 15 kg of pull force and SnagIt Magnets for easy unwinding, great for use while workign out or jogging. The Jabra Vox features dynamic moving coil for the in-ear design, that helps provide some very stellar sound produced by the headphones. With Clear mids and highs with a good bass. I was pleasantly surprised with the performances of these headphones and found myself using them more often. Priced at $99 the Jabra Vox is a reliable welll made in-ear headphone that are quite comfortable to wear.

Connectivity: 3.5 mm Jack
Connectivity refers to the options for how the headset can be connected to another device, e.g. a phone, a PC or an amplifier
Usage: Works with mobile phones
Connects to a PC and can be used to stream music/sound and for voice calls
Music Phone
Frequency Response: Hifi
Speakers with a hifi frequency sound produce a sound range well suited for realistic sound reproduction, e.g. Music
Microphone Sensitivity: Standard (E-STD)
Standard (STD) variation microphone sensitivity is comparable to a normal telephone receiver and is used in most telephone devices.
Mute function: No
There is no option to “mute/unmute” a conversation directly from the device
Wearing Style: In the ear
In the ear devices are worn in the ear
Weight: 17 grams
How much the product weighs (in grams)
Weight (oz): 0.6oz
How much the headset weighs (in US ounces)
Length: 120mm
The length of the product in millimeters