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Jabra HALO2 brings virtual surround sound and powerful bass for users on the move


With the Jabra HALO2  Bluetooth stereo headset, you can enjoy good quality audio as well as make and receive phone calls wirelessly. It features AM3D Virtual Surround Sound and Power Bass, and is available in Challenger stores and Apple premium resellers this Friday.

Launching from the Jabra music series, the Jabra HALO2 is the new Bluetooth stereo headset which claims to be the ultimate smart phone companion. The sleek metallic finish HALO2 includes new features like AM3D Virtual Surround Sound and Power Bass for an enhanced listening experience. It supports Bluetooth 3.0 + EDR technology and users can make and answer phone calls wirelessly as well as play the favorite songs from their smartphones. The HALO2 also incorporates AM3D Virtual Surround Sound and Power Bass for enhanced audio experience.  

Jabra HALO2 boasts advanced Multipoint technology which lets users connect up to two Bluetooth-enabled devices at any one time (out of maximum pairing with right devices). It has a touch sensor on the side of the headset that lets you adjust the overall volume with just a swipe of a finger, while the wireless stereo sound AVRCP technology lets you control music all by touch – skip tracks, play, and pause songs. Weighing 80g, the HALO2 gives a talk-time of up to eight hours (and separate music time, up to 8 hours). It features Noise Blackout technology with dual microphones, so that your voice transmission comes through crystal-clear. When there's an incoming call, the music playing will automatically fade so that you can decide whether to talk to the caller.

The Jabra HALO2 Bluetooth stereo headset will be available from this Friday, 16 September 2011, and retailing for S$148 (RRP) from Challenger stores and Apple premium resellers: Epicentre, Nubox, Digi Lifestyle, Apple Shops at Best Denki and other authorized Jabra resellers.

Key specifications of Jabra Halo2:

– Bluetooth 3.0 EDR+eSCO wireless technology, up to 10m
– A2DP for music streaming
– AM3D Virtual Surround Sound 2.0 and PowerBass
– AVRCP for remote controls (skip track, pause, etc.)
– Noise Blackout technology with dual microphones
– Foldable headband and carrying pouch
– Talk time – 8 hours
– Wireless Music time – 8 hours
– Standby time – 13 days
– Micro USB charger
– Dimensions: 45mm (D) x 165-190mm (H) x 136mm (W)
– Weight  – 80 g


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