if you believe that Dolby Digital is the only way to true audio bliss, then you are going to dig the Jabra Revo and Revo Wireless Headphones. yes. these are audio cans that feature sound enhanced by Dolby Digital Plus and along with an exclusive Sound app, it offers a richer and fuller sound that’s often loss in digitally compressed audio files. the Jabra Revo features a reinforced fabric-wrapped cord with inline 3-button remote for music controls and taking of calls, and an integrated omni directional microphone with noise filter that ensures clarity of talk. the untethered version comes in the form of the Jabra Revo Wireless which hooks up to your Bluetooth-enabled devices via Bluetooth 3.0 and features a convenient tap-to-pair with NFC-capable devices. a Turntable Touch Control is in place for music controls and managing calls, and a dual microphone setup helps to eliminate background noises for clearer chatters. other key features include Digital Signal Processing (DSP), battery status indicator, built-in rechargeable battery for up to 12 hours of talk time, or up to 240 hours of standby time, and support for AVRCP for controlling of music streamed from another device and auto pairing functionality for automatic pairing with supported Bluetooth devices. design-wise, both headphones are about the same. each pair is a combination of aluminum and steel construction, and features a shatterproof, ultra-flexible headband that has been put through it paces in the development phase. also common to both models are 40mm dynamic drivers, a padded headband, plush memory foam ear cups, and a foldable design for ease of storage and transportation. however, the wired version do sports an additional audio jack connector for sharing music or movies with a pal. and oh, the Jabra Revo and Revo Wireless Headphones are on-ear headphones – in case you haven’t noticed. coming soon with a price tag of $199.99 for the Jabra Revo and $249 for the Jabra Revo Wireless. scroll down for some larger product images.