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Jabra TALK Review

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Jabra TALK Review
Talk about the lack of being able to talk with ease during conversations! Unfortunately, the only time that we find the Jabra TALK somewhat useful, is when it’s being used in areas where background noise is minimal or non-existent. Sure, the volume output of the earpiece is pretty strong, but it doesn’t particularly help when voices have a distinct hollowness to them. Well, it doesn’t get any better for our callers on the other end of the line, mainly because the Jabra TALK lacks the modern convenience of noise cancellation – enabling the microphone to pick up every single distortion and noise in the process. And for driving, you’ll want to keep the windows up because we find it incomprehensible to use as our callers mention the distracting sound of wind on their end of the line.


Again, we’re not entirely expecting the headset to offer days of battery life, and instead, the manufacturer has it rated to provide 6 hours of talk time or 8 hours of standby out of a full charge.


We all know the good saying of “you get what you pay,” right? Well people, those words ring loudly in this case, since the Jabra TALK fails to deliver a decent chatting experience – that’s unless you’re in the middle of nowhere with no background noise creeping into the conversation. No doubt, its $29.99 price point is quite irresistible, possibly making it a quick impulse buy for many people, but we’d totally recommend shelling out another $20 to pick up something else with a little more meat in the features list department – while still providing better audio quality.

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posted on 05 Sep 2012, 07:49

1. ramoman (Posts: 18; Member since: 12 Apr 2012)

hey phone arena will u mke a review of sony R head phones ,please answer me???

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