We are no stranger to Jabra and love their products this time around we have the all new EVOLVE 75 wireless headset which comes with its own charging stand (optional) and also these have dual audio which means you can pair to two devices at once which for me is ideal for my mobile phone and laptop. These also come with a “Listen in” feature and ANC which is excellent for busy communal offices. Check out the unboxing below and if you have any questions fire away until our review is complete.

 

 

 

 

Features and specs 

  • Headset Weight  – 177 g

  • Whats in the box –  Quick Start Guide, Evolve 75 headset, Jabra Link 370 USB adapter, charging stand*, protective travel case, USB cord (allowing for use while charging)

  • Wearing style – On-the-ear

  • Talk time –  Up to 15 hours

  • Battery time –  (with ANC activated)Up to 30 hours

  • Charging time – 2.5 hours

  • Charging stand – Optional

  • Audio control  – Speaker volume up/down on headset

  • Passive noise cancellation  – Yes

  • Active noise cancellation – Yes – Hybrid 4 mic ensuring 17dB (perceived cancellation in an offi ce environment)

  • Listen-in feature – Don’t miss important announcements or questions from your colleagues. Press the left ear cup to hear the outside world without having to take off your headset

  • Certifications – Skype for Business, Avaya, Cisco and more

  • Warranty – 2 Years warranty

  • Connection – Bluetooth® or USB. Allow for dual connectivity for two Bluetooth® devices simultaneously

  • Bluetooth® – Yes. Class 1 (up to 30 meters / 100 feet) and Bluetooth 4.2

  • Speaker size – 40 mm

  • Integrated busylight – Red lights on both ear cups are activated automatically when on a call or manually activated by the user when busy, to act as a ‘do not disturb’ signal

  • Microphone type – Medium-length boom arm with noise cancelling uni-directional ECM microphone

  • Speaker bandwidth music mode – 20Hz – 20kHz

  • Speaker bandwidth communication mode – 150Hz – 6.8kHz

  • Microphone frequency range – 150Hz – 6.8kHz

See more HERE 

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO in the transport industry, mobile tech fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia/Microsoft VIP, HTC Specialist, Multiple forum supporter with worldwide top rankings, I also work in the background in the mobile technology sector, weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show and Cavan TV.Award winning Technology reviewer and blogger.Part time actor and security professional and brutally honest when it comes to opinions.

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