3 Best Jabra Headsets For Dialpad + Microphone Test VIDEO - Headset Advisor

If you’re someone who’s been tasked to find new headsets that are compatible with your Dialpad phone service, you have a challenge ahead of you.

As you delve into this task, you’re likely going to encounter some questions such as: 

  • Where do I go to find headsets that are compatible with our Dialpad service?
  • How do I know if the model I select will be compatible? 
  • What do I do if you buy headsets, and discover later they aren’t compatible with our Dialpad service? 
  • What model or wearing style is best? 
  • Will the headset be comfortable to wear all day long for everyone?
  • How will the headset that I choose sound? Professional, or not so great?
  • Will it remove unwanted background noise, and if so, how much? 

The list of questions you’ll face when sourcing new headsets can easily go far beyond these. It’s easy to assume that finding a comfortable, great sounding, compatible headset for your Dialpad service is an easy endeavor.

That is, until the moment you find yourself in the midst of doing your due diligence. That’s when you’ll probably have one of those aha moments when you come to realize there’s more to headsets than you originally thought.

Being caught off guard with the complexities surrounding headsets is more common than you might think. It happens to just about everyone at one point or another. 

answering calls remotely on your jabra headset with dialpad

One course of action would be to buy earbuds for the staff. After all, most people at one time or another have used earbuds for listening to music, podcasts etc. so that would probably be a safe choice, right? 

Maybe getting that inexpensive pair of headphones you saw listed online that claim to have a noise canceling microphone, over a thousand positive reviews, and of course a cheap price. That should do the trick, right? 

As I mentioned earlier, there’s more to sourcing a great headset, and it does take some research to find the one that’s best for you, and your situation. Though this can be a daunting task, I’m here today to help make your task of finding a Dialpad compatible, professional grade headset easy. 

I’ll share with you my top three headsets that deliver superior sound quality, comfort, background noise suppression and compatibility with your Dialpad service.

Oh, and I’ll also give you a sound sample of how those earbuds and that cheap, 50 buck chuck headsets sound when put up against background noises like dogs barking, office noise and more.

So, make sure to check out the Youtube video we recorded so you can hear how they sound for yourself. Once you do, you can arrive at your own conclusion as to which one sounds best, and which headset you feel would work best for your team. 

Here’s the video so you not only see these headsets, but hear how they sound and compare. Make sure to give a thumbs up if you found the video content helpful.

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3 best Jabra headsets for Dialpad video

If you’re still reading this blog, then join me as I dive into some headsets for use with Dialpad service. 

Earlier I mentioned earbuds, and a cheap headset as possible choices some might make when tasked with finding headsets for use with Dialpad service. Here are some reasons why those headsets aren’t in your best interest. 

Earbuds 

Though earbuds are a familiar wearing style to many, they’re not perfect for all. In fact, no headset is when you come right down to it. But remember, when buying a headset for business purposes, it’s fair to assume that any headset purchased will be used throughout the entire workday of eight hours, five days a week. 

Most people would find wearing earbuds uncomfortable if needing to be worn for an eight hour day. Ear fatigue, and pain would normally set in when wearing earbuds for that length of time.

Then, there’s the issue of the battery. Is it capable of giving you a full eight hours of work before the battery is exhausted? Chances are, earbud batteries won’t handle a full business workday.

Coming up short on talk time can create a whole different set of issues such as not having access to your earbuds when they’re needing to be recharged during the day. 

Another drawback to earbuds as an all day business communication headset solution is no air circulation. Unlike a traditional headset that has the ear cushion against the ear with a porous, breathable foam cushion, earbuds are molded hard plastic that creates a seal.

This prevents air circulation which can lead to a higher chance of microbial growth that could even require medical treatment. 

Beyond comfort, battery life and air circulation, there’s the matter of sound quality and noise reduction. How good do you think these would sound when used on highly important business calls?

I, for one, wouldn’t be confident that the sound quality would be adequate for use in business. You need every advantage you can get in business, and sounding good, though this may seem elementary, is still highly important. Image, and first impressions matter. 

Earbuds typically cannot deliver professional sound, nor can they remove much in the way of annoying, distracting background noise.

Just have a listen to the earbuds on our video and hear for yourself. Don’t let that be you, and your team. Your customers, and your employees deserve better. 

Earbuds, conceptually, were designed originally for casual use, and weren’t designed for use in business applications. However, due to the expansion of Bluetooth into the office, earbuds naturally followed.

That doesn’t mean that they’re well suited there, but the quality of some earbuds are reaching the point where they can be used in business, but those models I’m referring to are the exception, and not the rule. Generally speaking, earbuds aren’t a good choice for business. 

Stretch the budget, buy economical headsets? 

This brings us to that online listed headset that’s being advertised as a noise canceling headset with lots of great reviews and at a price that any budget can afford.

Though the later statement may be true, everything else should be thoroughly questioned. The truth is, you simply cannot buy a good quality, professional grade headset that’s great for business, at a bargain price. 

When you opt to buy a cheap headset, plan on fastening your safety belt because there’s going to be some turbulence up ahead. Your team won’t sound their best, and the background noise that’s promised to be reduced, well, it just isn’t.

There’s no way that a cheap headset can compete on sound quality with those headsets that are truly professional grade. When you compare them, and we did in our video, it’s easy to hear

the difference. In fact, the difference is stark. Just have a listen for yourself and you’ll quickly see what I mean. Or should I say, you’ll quickly hear what I mean. 

The other thing that you’ll sacrifice besides sound quality is the ability to take a call when you’re away from your desk. This is a highly popular feature that customers want, and inexpensive headsets can’t provide it.

This means that when you use one of these headsets, you’ll miss calls when you step away from your desk. This can cause customers to seek products or services elsewhere due to not being able to reach someone.

You’ll also be burdened with listening to voice messages, taking notes and returning their phone call.

All that can be eliminated by simply acquiring a headset that’s optimized for use with your Dialpad service. 

  • You want and need to sound great when on your business calls. 
  • You don’t want your callers and customers to hear all that noise in your background either. 
  • Having a headset that’s comfortable for all day wearing matters. 
  • In order to be more efficient, having the ability to take incoming calls when away from your desk is important. 

The only way to accomplish these things is to employ the use of a good quality, professional grade, reputable headset that’s designed specifically for business use. Your typical earbuds, and cheap online headsets simply aren’t the answer. 

So the question becomes which headsets: 

  • Are comfortable 
  • Sound great 
  • Do a great job of reducing background noise 
  • Allow you to answer incoming calls when away from the desk 
  • Are compatible with Dialpad service 

3 best headsets for use with Dialpad service 

Below are my top three headsets for use with Dialpad. I’ll start with my number three pick, and work my way to my top, number one pick.

#3 Jabra Evolve2 85 

Jabra evolve2 85

If you find it difficult to concentrate when working, then the Jabra Evolve2 85 will be a great choice.This headset is designed to work with computers and mobile devices. Something to note here is the Evolve2 85, compared to other double ear headsets, is a bit heavier. It weighs just over 10 ounces, where other headsets in this class are more in the 7-8 ounce weight category.

This means that the Evolve2 85 wouldn’t be your best choice for those needing to wear a headset for a full day. You’d probably find it to be uncomfortable at some point during the day. The Evolve2 85 headset would be well suited for those needing to wear a headset off and on throughout the day. 

Weight aside, the Jabra Evolve2 85 is a powerhouse headset. It has nicely padded ear cushions that fully cover the ear. This helps to passively reduce unwanted room noise.

The oversize ear cups are teamed with Active Noise Cancellation, which is an electronic feature that’s designed to eliminate unwanted room noise so you can concentrate better. So if the concentration zone is what you seek, the Evolve2 85 is your ticket. 

The microphone features an impressive array of 10 built in microphones. These all work in concert to allow you to sound fantastic, and they work to remove unwanted room noise so your callers are treated to a great sounding call, and not hearing to all that sound going on around you.

And, when you’re not on an important business call, simply fold away the microphone to move from business mode to headphone mode for listening to music or podcasts without the microphone boom visible.

This is a nice feature because for those times when you need to sound your best, you just drop down the microphone boom. Then, when business is done, and you want to listen to some music, flip it up, and out of the way. 

There are a ton of features packed into the Evolve2 85, but in short, it’s a headset that sounds great, reduces background noise, compatible with Dialpad service, allows you to take calls when away from the desk, and helps to keep you focused on your work. The Evolve2 85 is available in matt black, and beige. 

#2 Jabra Evolve2 65 

jabra evolve2 65

The Jabra Evolve2 65 is a great headset for someone who’s looking for a Dialpad compatible headset, but is paying close attention to the budget. This headset is a scaled down version of my number one choice, which I’ll cover here in a moment. 

The Jabra Evolve2 65 is a headset that not only provides you with the capability to answer incoming calls when away from your desk, but it’s one that will have you sounding great in the process.

It comes with a 3 microphone array for that great sound you want and need, and it also does a solid job to remove background noise which is vitally important. After all, you want your callers to hear you, and not the background noise, right? 

In terms of comfort, Jabra engineers designed the Evolve2 series with a unique ear cup design. They made the earcups to not only house and support the ear cushions, but they created them in such a way that it provides a passive sound shield to help filter out unwanted noise. And the padding used in the ear cushions is a memory foam material for a custom fit and all day comfort. 

Though the Evolve2 65 doesn’t have some of the premium features such as Active Noise Cancelation, fold away boom arm etc., but it’s a solid, affordably priced, great sounding headset that’s friendly to your budget, yet capable of handling the demands of a busy business day. 

The Evolve2 65 comes in matt black, as well as beige, and available in single or dual ear configurations. 

Link to the single ear Evolve2 65

Link to the dual ear Evolve2 65

#1 Jabra Evolve2 75 

jabra evolve2 75

By far this is my personal favorite headset on this list. The Evolve2 75 is a mix between the Evolve2 85, and 65 models. It has the looks of the Evolve2 65, combined with a lot of the features on the Evolve2 85. So, you get pretty much the best of both. 

The Evolve2 75 is lightweight so it can be worn all day long without discomfort. And that’s something highly important to anyone who needs to spend all day communicating. The last thing anyone wants is to go home at the end of the day looking for that bottle of Advil. 

Like the Evolve2 85, the 75 model has a fold away boom arm so you can transform the headset from business mode to headphone mode simply and quickly. For those times when you’re on important business calls, fold out the microphone boom arm and take advantage of the built in 8 microphone array.

You’ll not only sound great, but that background noise will be reduced if not fully eliminated which gives your callers a professional call experience. And, for anyone who takes their work seriously, this is a must have feature. 

The Evolve2 75 also comes with Active Noise Cancellation to give you the ability to stay focused. Research shows that interruptions can occur up to 10 times a day, and just one can require over 20 minutes for you to regain your focus.

This fact underscores the importance of keeping control of noise in the environment, and handling it better through headset technology which is exactly what the ANC feature on the Evolve2 75 is designed to do. 

If you’d like to read more about the true cost of interruptions, check out this article by Blake Thorne.

Though the Evolve2 75 comes with an impressive battery, many people suffer from a condition known as battery anxiety. This is a condition where the headset wearer worries in the background that their headset battery might fail on them during a call.

In order to put these minds to ease, the Jabra Evolve2 75 can continue to be used as a wired headset when the battery is being charged. So rather than having to wait for the battery to recharge before you can use it, you don’t have to wait or worry.

When the battery is low, simply plug in the included charge cable, and continue talking. No more battery anxiety. By the way, this feature is also on the Evolve2 85, and 65, and not typically found on other headsets.

Why were these three headsets chosen? 

There were some good reasons why these Evolve2 series headsets found their way to my top three best headsets for Dialpad list. 

  1. These are professional grade headsets unlike most earbuds, and cheap online headsets. 
  2. The Evolve2 series are produced by one of the most reputable, and professional headset manufacturers in the world. Jabra has decades of experience producing headsets for use in business, with their brand recognized worldwide. 
  3. Dialpad compatible. The Evolve2 series of headsets are fully compatible with Dialpad service and provide the remote call answering feature so many people want and need. This is something you won’t find on many other brands, and because of this, it immediately was on our short list of finalists. 
  4. Microphone sound quality. When you hear how good these headsets sound, especially when you compare them to the others on our video, it’s easy to see why they’re preferred. 
  5. Noise reduction. Removing background noise is important, and the Evolve2 series does a superb job in eliminating noise. The Evolve2 headsets give your callers a great audio experience. 
  6. Durability. Jabra headsets can stand up to demanding workloads, and are backed by a solid warranty. Not all headsets can make that claim, and if they do, they often cannot live up to it. Jabra has a lengthy, documented track record. 

With these three Evolve2 headsets, you have your choice between: 

  • A heavyweight workhorse in the Evolve2 85 
  • A budget friendly, comfortable, great sounding headset in the Evolve2 65
  • A feature rich, comfortable, great sounding best of breed in the Evolve2 75 

No matter which you might choose, one thing is for sure; the Jabra Evolve2 headset series is a great choice for you and your team, and they’re all 100% compatible with Dialpad service. 

With these headsets you can expect impressive sound quality, noise reduction, comfort and reliability. Make the choice to make your research easy by choosing a new Jabra Evolve2 wireless headset for use with your Dialpad service.

I guarantee that this will be a choice you won’t regret, but be prepared to receive gratitude from your team and rave reviews from your customers. Yes, they’re that good!

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