Have had these kids for just over 3 months now and can now say that the headphones are affordable, except for what I paid for them (599 SEK). Great sound for the price, sits nicely in your ears and the ability to regulate the cable using a supplied "staples". Also good range between the headset and the device before the sound starts to hack.
What pulls down the rating of the battery life, which is about 5 hours. Although the charge time is fast, I liked a slightly longer battery life. Moreover, sits the microphone in such a way that it can be stressful for others to hear what they say (applies when tensioned cord using "clip", so certainly had become something better without it).
In summary, at affordable prices around 599-749, but the price higher than that, I do not really warrant to purchase, unfortunately.
I have previously had problems with wireless headphones that have fallen out of your ears when I ran. Jabra Sport Pace is always left in the entire session and I never need to adjust them. The rating is based mainly on the user and not as much on sound quality. I have just listened to the podcast with my Jabra Sport Pace and therefore has nothing to say about how well-playing headphones.
As both Jaybird and beats gotten mixed reviews so I took a chance on them. Jabra usually supposed to deliver normally.
But unfortunately not in this case.
Sounds pretty good in the higher frequencies, but has not sufficiently satisfactory pressure in the base. Even worse is that they do not seem to powering the base allowing the volume dips as fast sound content base and sound the difference is substantial. In my case, where I plan to use them in the gym, I need a certain volume to block out the gym's own sound system. It means that I either must have a sufficiently high because the volume so that the base portions of the vote, but when it becomes excessive when only the higher frequencies are played. If I choose the other path so drowned base portions instead.
Fit: I currently use the Bose inear with "wings". These I hardly notice that I have them, but the Jabra get sore ears that slightly. I even had trouble getting the cord, which I think is too rigid, to lie in a way so it does not disturb. It also gives the scraping effect in the headphones when it rubs against skin or shirt.
Control and BT: Both control and BT worked great. I have a Sony Xperia Z1 Compact and the phone always found the headphones when I hit them (have not any updates from Jabra instalerad). Also check worked as intended.
But due to the great breeze tern, particularly in the audio so it will be to return the them to the store.
Really good sportlur sitting where they should be even under severe long workout. Comfortable and very well detailed sound. No abysmal base but perfectly adequate for my taste. The quality seems great but we know of course after several hours of listening, I have only driven them for about 10 hours so far.