The Package and Contents
Now that we know what we are dealing with, let's take a closer look at the package and contents to see what's included.
Inside the Halo headphones' attractively designed packaging can be found 'one size fits all' headband made from what one might assume to be the same material used for athletes sweat bands. Further to this are two small white speakers incased within a molded plastic shell.
On the other end of the speakers themselves, we find a single stereo mini-jack cable for connection to portable devices.
There is also a stereo splitter used for taking the system onto planes if one was so inclined.
When it comes to paperwork, I think the decision has been made to save some paper and not include any, which these days is not a bad idea for a number of reasons.
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