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If there is one thing that Jabra is well known for it is their range of speakerphones for hands-free calling. Most new cars these days have Bluetooth calling built-in but if you drive an older vehicle you would greatly benefit from the ability to legally make calls and received them while driving.
I have a 2010 Ford Territory which has Bluetooth 1.0 which allows me to make calls but not play music through Bluetooth but I much prefer to use the Jabra TOUR which will do both.
Here is a quick review.
Take the Kenwood for instance. We’ve had one or more in our families for over 50 years.
It was the most versatile and useful kitchen appliance around.
And then a couple of years ago they came out with the Kenwood Cooking Chef.
Whoa! This is NOT your mother’s Kenwood!
Let me tell you about this awesome machine...
The Drobo seemed, well, too simple to use to be any good...
That prejudice of mine now sees that simplicity as its main selling point.
Let’s find out why.
While Focal isn’t french for audio, it may as well be. Since 1979, Focal has been making high fidelity home audio speakers, headphones, car speakers and monitoring speakers. The Sphear earphones are Focal’s first foray into the in ear segment and if our first impression is anything to go by, we’re in for a treat.
Read on for our full review.
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