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Jabra Elite 85h - Revisited in Copper Black

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Audio

Read more: Jabra Elite 85h - Revisited in Copper BlackLast year, Martin got to review the Jabra Elite 85h and gave it the DRN Editor's Choice award. When I was offered a chance to review the Amazon Australia exclusive Copper Black variant, I jumped at the chance to see what the fuss is all about.

 

Jabra Elite 75t - Distilled, refined and put on a diet.

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Audio

Read more: Jabra Elite 75t - Distilled, refined and put on a diet.Hot on the heels of our review of the Jabra Elite 65t, the Jabra Elite 75t landed on the DigitalReviews workbench. Some 18 months has passed since the Elite 65t made it to market, and we had a number of gripes about it although none were deal breakers. Even for me who generally dislike earbuds was happy to swap out ear cans and use them as a daily driver for phone and work conferences.

The Jabra Elite 75t is an evolution rather than a reinvention. There are plenty of changes - for starters it is smaller, lighter, with more stamina, and a way of controlling the functions. Let's dive in head first into it.

Jabra 65t - An Elite in a Crowded Space

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Audio

Read more: Jabra 65t - An Elite in a Crowded SpaceThe era of wireless earbuds is truly upon us, and as consumers we are certainly spoilt for choice in the market. But which product is worthy of our hard earn cash remains the big question.

At DigitalReviews, we are grateful to Jabra for providing a review unit of the Jabra Elite 65t. Whilst the Jabra Elite 65t is some 18 months old, with the recent announcement of the brand new Elite 75t, DigitalReviews will be looking at both models back to back.

 

Wireless Ear Buds Review: Jabra Elite Active 45e – e for Economy or Excellent?

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Audio

 Read more: Wireless Ear Buds Review: Jabra Elite Active 45e – e for Economy or Excellent?

[Editor’s Note: this is the second review in a series of wireless ear bud articles, written by Adam Bullock]

“..Goodbye cruel world, I'm leaving you today, there’s nothing you can do to make me stay, goodbye...”
There’s no need to escape the world any longer..

Testing out the Jabra Elite Active 45e wireless buds, I trialled a little Pink Floyd for sound quality (opening line is from 'dark side of the moon', for those not born before the invention of electricity..), a nod in the direction of my first encounter with high- fidelity music through a (then) quality sound system; a mahogany-veneer Marantz stereo system with speakers big enough to hide inside.

Skullcandy INDY Earbuds – Affordable Wireless Audio

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Audio

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[Editor's Note: This review is written by Adam Bullock]

 

When I received the email offer to review these buds, I was quite literally entangled in wires from my daily headphones, trying to take a call, listen to a podcast and read my emails..

The opportunity seemed fortuitous and timely.

Jabra Elite 85h Headphones: Active Noise Cancellation and EIGHT Microphones. Noice!

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Audio

Read more: Jabra Elite 85h Headphones: Active Noise Cancellation and EIGHT Microphones....

Hard on the heels of reviewing the top of the Jabra line in wireless “neckbuds”, we’re now putting the Jabra Elite 85h through its paces. This is the Top of the Wozza for Jabra-philes.

So, with amazing 36+ battery life and 8 (!) microphones to deal with calls and ANC, what else would justify the AUD499 price tag?

Let me count the ways...

 

Jabra Evolve 65e - The Latest Active Noise Cancelling Neckbuds for Businesses

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Audio

 Read more: Jabra Evolve 65e - The Latest Active Noise Cancelling Neckbuds for Businesses

Jabra has been instrumental in popularising soft neckband earbuds or “neckbuds”: basically wireless earbuds that are connected together and slung around your neck. Looks cool, you can’t lose them easily, fantastic battery life and more control over everything.

What’s there not to like?

And that’s not even half of it... Just hang around and let me show what’s good and what’s not.

Megablast - Powerful sound now with Alexa

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Audio

Read more: Megablast - Powerful sound now with AlexaAt DigitalReviews.Net, we have had a long relationship with the "Boom" family of bluetooth speakers. We have gotten to be friends with Wonderboom, Megaboom, Megaboom 3, and now we get to welcome the Megablast into the party.

The siblings of the Ultimate Ears Megablast has earned very favourable reviews from our boss Martin at DigitalReviews, so there are some pretty high expectations when the unit landed on my desk.

 

Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 - Improvements all Around

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Audio

 Read more: Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 - Improvements all Around

We’ve been friends with the “Boom” family of bluetooth speakers for a few years now, having reviewed the Megaboom and Wonderboom models and more significantly, have them still in daily use. Until the next model comes around of course and then the older models get passed around to friends and family – except for the original Megaboom.

I’m holding onto that one just a while longer. Why?
Is the new Megaboom 3 not good enough?

On the contrary, my friend. Let me explain.

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