The Jabra Evolve2 75 is bringing a new standard to hybrid work. Whether you're working from home, in a busy open office, or you’re taking care of tasks on-the-go, this is the Jabra headset for you.
Created with new dual-foam technology, these Jabra headphones have more breathable leatherette ear cushions and an adjustable headband which encourages comfort no matter how long you’re wearing them.
Jabra's engineers carefully selected the right memory foam for the best audio performance and comfort. By adding hard foam for the exterior and soft foam for the interior of the ear cushions, the Evolve2 75 can give you optimal noise isolation and without jeopardizing comfort. With hybrid work comes the potential for day-to-day noise challenges. The last thing you want is your caller getting distracted by your own background noise. A new chipset and 8 microphones have been added to the Evolve2 75 to differentiate between voice and the noises going on around you for even more clear calls.
When you’re wrapping up the workday and you’re ready to start listening to music, simply shift the microphone boom arm to hide away into Evolve2 75, and no one will ever know there was a mic boom.
Lastly, adjustable ANC Jabra allows you to select your level of noise cancellation that's best for you so you can stay focused and more productive. No matter if you're at home, on-the-go or in the office, the wireless Bluetooth Evolve2 75 will protect your focus.
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- Headset Weight: 6.9oz
- Warranty: 2 Years
- Microphone: Noise-Cancelling 8 Built-in MEMS Microphones
- Busy light: Yes 4 Busy Lights 2 on Each Speaker
- Active Noise Cancelling: Yes adjustable Jabra Advanced ANC with Hearthrough Mode
- Battery: 24-hour talk-time, 36-hour listening time
- Charging port: USB-C
- USB dongle: Included, available in USB-C or USB-A
- Connectivity: PC & Mobile devices
- Wireless Range: 100ft
- Bluetooth: Yes Bluetooth v5.2
We are currently looking for open office headphones that will block out loud projectors in our company. We watched many videos by the Headset Advisor and picked these to start with. They are incredibly comfortable, and make the audio on the users' computer very clear and crisp. However, they are still picking up and accentuating our loud talkers in the office. We have reached out to customer service to return and try a different set, but customer service has been lack-luster at getting back to us or being helpful. This headset lost a star for not combatting the background noise, and another star for lack of customer support. What good is a 30 day money back guarentee if customer service takes days to respond to your email, and it's not even helpful or getting us anywhere?
I contacted Headset Advisors and spoke with Joshua, I explained my scenario for me and my team and based on that he recommended the Jabra Evolve 2 75. Instead of using the leasing program, we purchased 6 of these outright and it has been great! Our clients are not complaining about background noise and the best thing is that we use them for our soft phones and mobile phones at the same time! Super comfortable on your head and ears!
Hi Ray, thanks for your feedback! Josh is a true Advisor here and it's great to know he helped you make a good buying choice. Contact us anytime we can help.
Pros: great mic quality…
When you power them on, you’re informed of battery status (high, med., low)
comfortable over-ear headphones…
easy to fold-up mic…
great anc in the earphones
Can be used via blue-tooth or plugged directly into your phone/computer
Cons: ‘on’ear headphones might not fit as secure as ‘over’ear
when the mic-boom is down, it feels like it should kind of lock-in to place, but it feels a little lose.
When talking into the mic, it sounds like there might be a slight amount of background white-noise.
Conclusion: great mic quality, versatile, light-weight. These are neck-and-neck with the Orosound Tilde Pro.
I have had very good experiences with other Jabra headsets in the past, but this product was different. Got a first pair and my voice kept floating in and out during meetings like I was increasing and decreasing volume. Performed trouble shooting with expert support until it was deemed a defective headset. Got a new pair had same problems. Looking online, others are experiencing this as well. Also, mic is hidden but requires you to grab the tip to pull it down from mute. People stated they could always hear when I was muting and unmuting with the mic position. Returning this for a different product.
Hi Aaron, thanks for sharing your feedback and sorry to hear the Evolve2 75 didn't work out for you. Give this other headset a look that may work better for you that doesn't have this mic issue https://headsetadvisor.com/products/orosound-tilde-pro-premium-bluetooth-headset-with-anc-and-excellent-noise-cancelling-microphone?variant=40450096922782
There are very few products I could possibly say were worth a 12-week wait, but the Jabra Evolve 2 75 is one of them. I was inspired to order one by a combination of experience with a much cheaper Jabra corded product (the Evolve 20), excellent online reviews, and the audio comparison with other SKUs done by Headset Advisor on their YouTube channel. The minute I ordered it, however, it went out of stock. But it did finally arrive 2 weeks ago, and my experience is uniformly positive. The headset is extremely comfortable even for me (I have a very large head), the sound and mix are excellent, and the adaptive noise cancellation is much more than adequate for a general office setting. It will be a couple of months until I can test it on the road. I’m not sure I really believe the advertised battery life, but that is also much more than adequate for an office.
As far as I can tell, most people should be either buying something really cheap (they just don’t use it enough), identically the Apple AirPods Pro (and maybe a decent mic) or the tip of the line Jabra in whatever form factor you like best. The mic is not perfect, but it is in the top 5-10% of your Zoom calls, and works even when you are away from your desk. If you really are podcasting, I’m sure you would prefer a dedicated and better mic, but for most other people I’m really not sure. And versatility is why this is actually worth waiting and paying for. It would be a steal for a real sale price, which we’ll only see when they can keep the SKU in stock.
This is probably a defective unit but Headset Advisor Support was amazing. I am glad I bought it here at HeadsetAdvisor.
Second good thing is the quality is sound is amazing and ANC for speakers is also good.
Now the cons: (1) The main reason I bought this Headset was for the Mic's noise cancellation. I don't want my work colleagues to put up with all the noises at end/home like Baby screams, TV in the living room, Street Cars, Wife's phone calls, even my key board or washroom faucets etc but it failed miserably. They can hear everything from my side and even worse is my voice was so bad that they can't understand at all. Updated firmware and restarted and reseted everything multiple times and made at least 50 calls from every App on my phone for over a period of week and all were bad. I really hope it's faulty unit and Headset Advisor is planning to replace it. (2) When placed on the neck the headset ear cushions are pointed outwards, What a weird design. Come-on Jabra, no one pointed this out when you were designing this? (3) Headset is not stable on my head. It can easily fall when your head is not straight. I believe this is the issue with all on-ear headset as compared to over the ear ones.
Anyway, this is really bad experience but my cheap TechNet Headset which was reviewed by Drew is working like a charm.
Hi Ryan, thanks for the honest feedback, and we're happy to hear the other headset you found to be working good. In the future, check out the headset at the link below to consider. https://headsetadvisor.com/products/orosound-tilde-pro-premium-bluetooth-headset-with-anc-and-excellent-noise-cancelling-microphone