Jabra Move Wireless headphones are amazing Bluetooth headphones for every day use.
When it comes to headphones I’m becoming sort of an expert. I’m very selective when it comes to headphones because I’m hard of hearing. I need a set that has exceptional highs and lows otherwise I cannot enjoy what I’m trying to listen to. I tend to be a lot more critical of Bluetooth devices and Headphones because I require a better sound from them. Just recently I purchased a set of Beats Studio Wireless over-the-ear headphones. I’ve been very impressed with them and have really enjoyed using them. I’ve enjoyed them so much that I did not think I would be switching to anything else any time soon. This was before I was introduced to the Jabra Move Wireless headphones.
Jabra Move Wireless headphones provide a BIG sound for a big world. They were developed by some of the world’s leading sound experts and have a clean, simple style that encompass powerful sound and functionality. Jabra continues to be on the forefront of technology and incorporated Bluetooth 4.0 into the wireless technology of the Move Wireless headphones.
The sound quality of the Jabra Move Wireless really surprised me. As I noted, I’ve got a set of Beats Studio Wireless headphones and the sound quality coming from the Jabra Move Wireless was actually comparable to the Beats. I listened to a variety of music tracks, videos and even made phone calls using the Move Wireless and they consistently exceeded my expectations.
Two of the things I like most about Jabra Move Wireless – besides the extreme depth of sound they offer – is that they are extremely lightweight and very easy to pair. Sometimes you run across Bluetooth accessories that are stubborn and won’t hold a pair. I paired these headphones to my laptop, my phone and my iPad. I didn’t try to use them with my laptop until two days after I paired them and the Move Wireless headphones were easily recognized by my laptop.
Comfort is also of vital importance to me. Jabra Move Wireless comes equipped with two padded, leather-covered ear cups. They are very soft and even because the entire headphone only weighs 5.59 ounces, I barely notice that I’m wearing headphones. The frame was constructed with stainless steel and tested to withstand abuse. This is another concern of mine – durability. So far, the Jabra Move Wireless have proven to be extremely strong and flexible.
While the Jabra Move Wireless have an impressive 8-hour battery life for talk time and up to 288 hours of standby time, Jabra has also developed them to be self-powered via an auxiliary cable (provided with purchase) that can plug into your device’s headphone port. They charge traditionally via USB.
Something I have yet to touch on is the controls. Each ear cup has a control on it – the right side has the on/off/pairing button and the left side has the volume/AVRCP controls. They are placed in a very easy to reach place and it’s easy to find them just by touch.
Jabra Move Wireless are very intuitive. Anyone who has used headphones or Bluetooth headsets will quickly understand how to pair, power on and change the volume on the Jabra Move Wireless. And just like with most modern Bluetooth headphones, Jabra Move Wireless allow users to make and receive calls by using the headphones. They come equipped with a microphone for that purpose. You can seamlessly move from listening to music to taking an important conference call without having to remove your Move Wireless headphones from your ears. I have made phone calls with them and must say that function is just as impressive as every other features of the Jabra Move Wireless.
Jabra Move Wireless are a spectacular value at $99 and are available in three colors – black, red and blue. For more information, visit jabra.com/Products/Bluetooth/JABRA_MOVE_Wireless.