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Jabra Evolve 75 UC Wireless Headset, Stereo – Includes Link 370 USB Adapter and Charging Stand – Bluetooth Headset with World-Class Speakers, Active Noise-Cancelling Microphone, All Day Battery
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- World class performance – HD voice combined with world-class speakers allow the Jabra Evolve Wireless Headset to deliver outstanding audio with crystal-clear clarity for your calls and music, whether you need to collaborate or concentrate during your day.
- Increase focus – Easily switch on active noise cancellation to counter ambient noise and virtually eliminate low-frequency sounds, like the hum of air conditioning. Plus, an integrated busy light acts as a do-not-disturb sign to reduce interruptions.
- All-day battery – Get up to 18 hours of talk time, 17 hours of music time, or up to 15 days of standby time so this call center headset keeps up with your busy day. A USB cord is included, allowing for use while charging. Plus, the comfortable design allows for all-day wear.
- Superior connectivity – Get the freedom to move with dual Bluetooth connectivity to up to two devices, and a range of 100ft/30m from your connected device. A Jabra Link 370 USB adapter is included to enhance connectivity.
- Compatibility – The Jabra Evolve 75 microphone headset works with all leading Unified Communication platforms, and is optimized for Skype for Business, Cisco, and more.
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Jabra Evolve 75
Professional wireless headset with superior ANC
A wireless headset with superior Active Noise Cancellation for office noise and integrated busylight to enhance productivity. With dual Bluetooth connectivity to two devices, the Evolve 75 also has a wireless range of 100ft/30m.
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Enjoy superior wireless connectivity and amazing sound for calls and music with the Jabra Evolve 75 Wireless Headset. It’s a telework headset with a range of up to 30 meters or 100 feet, you can work away from your desk and still maintain quality sound and service. Overcome interruptions with an integrated busy light that acts as a do-not-disturb sign for colleagues. Plus, the advanced noise cancellation microphone allows for crystal clear calls and improved agent focus. This Jabra headset works with all leading Unified Communication platforms, and is optimized for Skype for Business, Cisco, and more. Wirelessly connect the Jabra Evolve 75 via Bluetooth (also comes with USB dongle for PCs) or directly using the USB cable. Dual connectivity enables you to connect to your PC and one other Bluetooth device at the same time, so you can take the call on your preferred phone device. Enjoy the superior usability and functionality that this pro headset has to offer. Microphone frequency range: 150Hz-6.8kHz, Speaker size - 40mm, Microphone bandwith: Wideband, Battery included: Yes, Charging time: Max.120 minutes, Supporting Bluetooth Technology: A2DP (v1.2),Hands Free Profile (v1.6),Headset profile (v1.2), AGHFP. Paired Devices: Upto 8 trusted devices, 2 active stand-by Bluetooth connections.
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It started with the battery, which lasted for around 2 days in the beginning, now barely makes it through the day. Then the range started to decrease drastically, now I can barely get 15 feet from my desk and the people on the other line say I sound like a robot, or I cut out intermittently. ***This affects my job! just today a customer made a comment and asked my manager why they couldn't buy me better headphones.*** I played it off that is was my battery was dying, and promptly switched to my wired headphones... FYI It WAS NOT the battery - they had charged all night prior to this important call.
I am switching from 5 star to 2 star - they are\were super nice headphones, just that they have gone to hell over time - for the price they should last a LOT longer - I've treated these headphones like gold, put them in case every night etc - there is no reason for this drop in quality.
*** OLD REVIEW Please see the above for update ***
WOAH! Super nice. I just received this device, time will tell. But first impressions are these headphones were worth every penny. I him-haw around for about a week before finally deciding on these ones and I am glad I did so far.
They are very comfy and the headphones block out a lot of sound. The range isn't that far in my house through a bunch of walls (6 to the bedroom, about 30 feet), but the LOS range is about what they say it is when unblocked. I had a USB extender cable and I put the Link 370 on it and ran it up the wall to my desk, that improved my range drastically going through walls.Im going to get a USB3 extender cable and see if that makes it any better (probably wont).
Their enterprise support says "direct connection of a Jabra Bluetooth device to a built-in Bluetooth interface of a computer is not recommended or supported by Jabra." If you don't use their adapter, the headset is near-useless: it connects sometimes, but the connection is bad, like a really, really bad VOIP call. And it sometimes doesn't connect at all, and often spontaneously disconnects.
Now, if that supposedly guaranteed functionality was *actually functional*, I suppose I'd be less bent out of shape about having to buy a second dongle ($64.99) and USB-C adapter ($10) to leave in my laptop bag so I can don't forget to pull the dongle out of my desktop when I go on the road. Never mind that both of these premium machines (iMac Pro and MacBook Pro) have built-in Bluetooth—it's not good enough for Jabra.
After weeks of futzing with the headset—which put me beyond the return window here at Amazon—and then learning of these requirements from support, I gave up and bought that second dongle and adapter, which Jabra Support says is required as well—unsurprisingly, they don't recommend or support other USB-C adapters either. But I'm a consultant and reliable headset is critical. And the headset does sound good—when it's working.
That's the problem. Even using their dongle, I'm getting maybe 50% performance from this thing. It'll still spontaneously disconnect, always on a client call—and when it does, it's not a matter of turning it off and on again and reconnecting. I have to pull the dongle from the back of my machine, give it a few seconds, and then re-insert it, which is AWESOME to do in the middle of a video call with clients.
The kicker? When the "guaranteed functionality" of the dongle stops functioning, the Bluetooth connection to my phone dies too. The fix? Pull the dongle from the computer, wait, re-insert. What does the dongle have to do with the phone connection? No idea, but when the dongle bugs out, it brings the whole thing down, across devices, even though the headset supports connection to up to eight devices.
I've never encountered such awful functionality at any price. My Bose QuietComfort headphones connect flawlessly and sound great—they're just not very good for client calls in noisy environments. But they stay connected reliably. Bluetooth connectivity isnt' that hard, after all—it's a *standard*.
Jabra support has been typically by-the-book and unhelpful, and the company has refused to consider a refund, even though their "Bluetooth" headset doesn't work according to the Bluetooth standard. So I'm stuck with an UN-USABLE $212 headset and $75 of extra junk.
In short: don't buy this headset if reliable connectivity is at all important to you.
It is a bit bulkier than I would have liked - it is an over the ear headset. Also, as some other reviewers mention, the mic boom on the right instead of the left took a little getting used to. It is nice to have the magnetic mic to hold it back in place. The on-device mute is great for long conference calls. The battery life of 14 hours is amazing.
Regarding noise canceling, even though it has active noise canceling, I won't be getting ride of my trusty Bose QC15s for long plane rides. The noise canceling is functional for the office environment but is not as good as the Bose.
With the Jabra Evolve 75, it's impossible to tell that anyone other than me is talking at all. I even tested at home by leaving a voicemail with my partner talking loudly about 3 feet from the microphone, and my voice was the only part that was picked up on the recording. Amazing!
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The sound is so clear and immersive that it's almost as good as being in the same room with the other person. I feel more connected to the people I'm speaking with, which improves the conversation dynamics.
An unexpected benefit of the headset is the sidetone audio which plays back your own voice in the headset, and which is absent or weak in many other headsets. I adjusted the side tone to a high setting. When I can hear my voice in the conversation, I speak more softly and naturally, even in noisy environments.
The headset has allowed me to shift my calling from my cellphone and land line to my computer, because I've found Voice over IP gives much clearer audio quality. Before using this headset, all audio was so mediocre that I didn't notice the difference.
The boom microphone has amazing noise cancellation.
The active noise cancellation on the headphones is listed as 17 decibels, and that sounds about right. It's a medium level of noise cancellation. It won't turn a noisy train into a cathedral, but it's enough to make a significant difference.
Comfort level is high for the first few hours, and then reduces to medium. The earphones rest lightly on top of the ears, so lightly that you barely notice them at first, but after a few hours even the light pressure becomes a bit uncomfortable. I wear glasses and haven't found any issues specifically related to the glasses.
The headset connects to up to 2 devices at the same time, and switches automatically between them depending which one is sending an audio signal. I was initially confused by the fact that you can't manually switch between the 2 connected devices. So far it hasn't been a problem, but I wish I had more control over that.
Once 2 devices are connected, you can't connect to any other devices, and there's no way to manage connected devices in the headset. That can be confusing and sometimes frustrating -- it's my only complaint about the Evolve 75. The only way to connect to another device at that point is to first disconnect from one of the other 2 devices. Since I use the headset with 3 or 4 devices, it's sometimes a pain, but now that I know the issue I can manage it in advance.
The connection quality is excellent and stable to my Samsung Galaxy S8 and my MacBook Pro (using the Link 370 USB bluetooth transmitter). With the Link 370 USB adapter the sound quality is flawless. If I instead connect to the MacBook's native bluetooth, the sound is glitchy, so I have to remember to use the Link 370.
It connects easily to other devices, but using it as a regular headphone on my Apple TV 4k, I get occasional audio drop-outs.
I'm planning to move onto my second setup and buying a comfortable ANC headset and adding a noise-canceling boom mic.
I typically use the included USB to pair with my PC and my Android phone.
Now, occasionally, often when I charge the unit by the base or another micro USB charger, I notice suddenly the red lights on the headset light up and the unit is no longer paired with either device. Sometimes I can re-pair the devices, but most often I have to do a full factory reset in order to get the headset into pairing mode again. Recently even the factory reset function has not worked and I've had to reset the headset unit using the Jarba windows software while the headset is in the dock. This has now occurred to so frequently that I've asked Amazon to replace the headset.
I'm now using the new headset for 2 hours, lets see how this goes. Will advise....
Ok so the new headset worked flawlessly for a month and is now not pairing with the Jabra Link dongle.
This is after multiple factory resets of both the headset and USB dongle, software reinstalls etc.
Stay away from this product until this issue is resolved.
I'm contacting Jabra directly as I'm out of the Amazon return period.
- La calidad del audio y del micro es muy buena, nada de ruidos en mi lado y mis interlocutores me escuchan alto y claro.
- Buenos materiales
- La reducción de ruidos es muy buena pero con uso intensivo acaba dando dolor de cabeza por lo que al final casi no la uso.
- Incluso sin la reducción de ruidos, acaba doliendo la cabeza con las horas de uso
- Pesan más de lo esperado y tras un año de uso el ajuste ha perdido firmeza.
- La duración de la batería ha bajado un 80% tras un año de uso
- Usándolo con Skype/Hangouts/Slack acaban volviéndose locos. Deja de funcionar el manos libres de teléfono y hay que acabar reconectando la llave USB (no se arregla apagando/encendiendo)
- El "chivato" luminoso también se vuelve loco. Hay veces que indica que estoy ocupado cuando no estoy hablando.
Por el precio que tienen no se justifican las pegas. No los volvería a comprar
With weeks of WFH due to lockdown, and technology should be much better over the years, this time I tried to get one of the most expensive thats for conf call, tested with other bluetooth headset, yes it is better... but...
for listening, noise canceling even with ANC on is not as good as those in-ear earbuds. for calls, Mic quality is bad, mainly use it for remote work with kids and in transit like trains, etc. The mic dose cancel some noise, but its not loud in the side, so they have to tune it up, and its sounds like underwater. Swap to ear-bud that come with iPhone, yes, sound is bright and clear, even with background noise, its still better. Maybe I would try those wired headset with noise canceling on mic, or Dr. Dre in-ear and see if its even better.
TIPS: if you are not sure and dont have a good partner to test your conf call, try to use Skype and also voice recording, search in youtube for some train noise, street noise in another device max it out to a level thats almost real noise like, and record the mic. You may spend an hour doing all these comparison between few sets you have, but its worth your time. Good luck!
Even with a loud working area, you will enjoy the noise-cancelling feature of this headset allowing you to focus on your call.
The only one call out would be is that I do find that they drain my iPhone's battery quicker than a more mobile-focused headset - but not by anything substantial.
Vorteile die mir gefallen haben:
* Active Noise Cancelation (man hört immer noch was im raum passiert, aber hilft trotzdem),
* Mikro schaltet sich aus wen man den nach oben zieht
* man hört die eigene stimme im headset (praktisch beim eingeschalteten ANC)
* funktioniert auch gut aufm MAC PC mit eingebauten bluetooth
* USB Stecker geht ein bisschen schwieriger rein und wie immer treffe ich erst nachm 3ten mal (kein USB-C). Ladestation wollte ich nicht kaufen, da ich wenig platz habe aufm tisch
* verbinden mit 2 Geräten ist möglich, aber man kann nicht wirklich wählen welches grad aktiv sein soll
Warum hab ich das Gerät mit einem Stern bewertet, habe die Kopfhörer inklusive Lade Station bestellt, aber keine Lade Station erhalten. Reklamationen hat der Versender bisher ignoriert. Werde meine Rezession anpassen wenn der Versender mir die dazugehörige Ladestation nachsendet
Sound and voice quality is great so I’d batter life. If I’m not in calls I’m listening to music while working and it still say 6-7 hours of battery life after a 9 hour day.
They are also quite comfortable. Not the most but I would give it an 8/10 though.
It also does a decent job in terms of noise cancellation. If this is the reason you’re buying headphones, I would recommend something else though. It does reduce background noise but it is not the strength of these headphones.
Finally, I gave 4 stars out of 5 due to the last 2 points for an overall review of headphones but, for my personal usage (work/conference calls,etc) it is definitely 5 out of 5.