|Compatible Devices||Smart phones|
|Mounting Hardware||Jabra Link 370, Protective travel case, USB cable, Jabra Evolve 75e, EarGels™ and EarWings pack (S/L size), Warranty & Warning (Safety leaflets), Quick Start Guide|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Web Browser Included||No|
|Headphones Form Factor||On-Ear|
|Battery Average Life||14 Hours|
|Battery Cell Composition||Lithium Ion|
|Device interface - primary||Microphone, Buttons|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||Yes|
|Item model number||7099-823-409|
|Product Dimensions||17.6 x 18.59 x 5.41 cm; 49.9 Grams|
Jabra Evolve 75e MS Bluetooth Wireless In-Ear Earphones
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- Professional sound, the way you want to wear it. Skype certified powered by unique 3-microphone technology, with around-the-neck, wireless earbud design
- Work effectively, whatever the noise around you. Focus with Active Noise Cancellation, and an integrated busy light lets colleagues know you are not to be disturbed
- Talk and listen, all day long. Enjoy up to 14 hours of battery life, and fully charge the earbuds in just 2 hours
- Personalized fit for an improved experience. Multiple fitting options for gels and Ear Wings give amazing comfort throughout the day
- Smart controls for work and play. Smart button for one-touch access to Siri and Google Now, and 5 control buttons for quick control of calls and music.Microphone frequency range:150 Hz to 6.8 kHz
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Engineered to be the world’s first professional UC-certified wireless earbuds that are also Skype for Business certified, and feature Active Noise Cancellation, around-the-neck wireless earbud design, and up to 14 hours of battery life on a single charge.Microphone frequency range:150 Hz to 6.8 kHz.Bluetooth 4.2
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I have used them to work out several times and they are just OK for that. I think it probably depends on what kind of exercise you're doing. The ear buds don't fall out of my ears because the ear hooks keep them in place fairly well but the neckband can be annoying if you're jumping around or moving a lot. I don't imagine this is any different from any other neckband style headset so I'm not knocking them that. This was my first neckband-style headset so it's just something I noticed and point out here to anyone else who may be wondering. If you're on an elliptical or bike, it's fine. If you're doing high-impact aerobics or laying on a bench or floor it could become annoying. But I broke into a sweat with these several times and they were fine. I do sincerely wish I could find alternative ear gels for these. The ability to put some Comply foam tips on these would be great as it would help seal out even more noise. These are effective for canceling out steady noise like the HVAC at work but they aren't really great at blocking voices. Having tips that seal better would make these excellent instead of just OK.
I have listened to music with these and they are not meant for audiophiles. If you are an audiophile you will find them a little heavy on the mid to low end. Some people like this though and it might be OK and I will say these are great for podcasts and audiobooks. These are really meant for spoken word listening. The clarity and detail retrieval for music is not anywhere near class-leading but I think most of us don't buy Bluetooth headphones with high expectations for this. We buy them because they are convenient. And these really succeed in that area for me because I don't ever have to take them off. I can pair these with my work laptop via the included dongle and also with my phone via Bluetooth and go back and forth between Skype calls/meetings, music, and podcasts without ever losing a literal beat. If I want to listen to my high-resolution audio and be a music snob I will put on "real" headphones and plug in via a headphone jack. I nevertheless keep these on and ready at all times during the work day and because they hang around my neck and mainly stay out of the way, it's easy to switch to another pair if I want.
These sound great for calls (just as good as my wired Blackwire) and I've had no issues with using them on Skype for B and MS Teams calls and meetings at work. I like how the mute button works as it should within Skype. I read a lot of reviews and watched a lot of YouTube comparisons between these and they Voyager 6200 UC and these seemed to sound better because of the better proximity of the mic to your mouth. I also like that these are magnetic and are therefore less floppy. The Voyager doesn't have that feature. And because these are in-ear instead of over/on-ear, they're much easier to port around. I basically put them on before I leave the house in the morning and wear them home at night. No fuss. They take forever to charge but they really do last all day so I accept that trade-off.
So these are worth $200 for me but if you don't need the Skype for B/MS Teams/Lync connectivity, I'd say don't buy these. There are so many better ways to spend $200 on Bluetooth earphones/headphones. In fact, you don't even need to spend that much. Get a Radsone ES100 and plug in your own high-quality headphones of choice. But if you want a portable Skype for B/Lync/Teams solution, I think this is a great choice.
BTW - I saw a lot of reviews on Amazon saying they had problems with static and I first bought these from Amazon Warehouse to try to save a little money and that pair had that problem out of the box. I found it was an issue only when noise cancellation was on. I returned those and bought a new pair at full price. I have had them now for just about 2 months and haven't had any problems but I also bought an extended warranty since it did seem to be a fairly common problem. I will update if I run into that issue.
I enjoy the ability to pair this headset with two devices. ANC was great on the plane. Music and call quality sound good. Fit of the ear pieces work out fine but I’ve felt more comfortable tips.
After about three weeks of using them, people I was on Skype and phone calls with were complaining about my mic audio. They all had different experiences. Some said they heard echos, some heard static, some said I was cutting in and out and some were experiencing a combination of the above.
I really wanted this pair to work out. I bought them mainly for the three mic system and was hoping for good mic quality. I’m not a huge fan of over the ear headsets but love the boom mics that typically come with them. This pair seemed to be a good compromise. Unfortunately, after three weeks it’s become a problem. Now I’m stuck with an expensive headset.
ANC is decent, don’t expect total exclusion from your surroundings but it does a decent job at reducing the ambient noise around you.
The microphone is okay, but the people on the other line will hear your background noise
Within a month the left earphone started making this scratching and static noise with any movement, it’s entirely distracting and ruined this product for me.
Honestly I wouldn’t purchase again if I had the choice. You are far better off saving the 200$ and buying another pair of headphones
Do not buy this product. My use case is very simple... 2x/wk, four hours each (beach). Tips get inserted one time at the start and stay there. Very limited flexing of anything. And five months in the left ear bud cable has failed. It's not like I beat on this thing, quite the contrary. Very limited use and still the thing failed mechanically at five months. FAIL. Sound is great, fit is great (although I continue to believe I would have benefited from larger tips), ANC works extremely well. And for $185 I get five months of use. *FAIL*
(written early December 2018)
Writing this two weeks in. I spend a lot of time at the beach and purchased these buds for the big battery (and specifically this unit as it has the least amount of neckband towards the front). My baseline is Plantronics BackBeat Go 2. I have three of them and I like them quite a lot... sound quality is good, no tan line :), surprisingly durable. You can't beat a BBG2 for $45. But I'm tired of having to return to my car for a fresh headset every 90min and so I bit the bullet here.
The 75e has a break-in period, if these are new to you give it a good 10hrs of break-in. Once that happens, the sound opens up quite nicely. These are brighter then my old BBG2 units, but I feel like I could use larger ear tips (I use the big tips with my BBG2s and they are considerably larger than those that come with the 75e). If I'm lucky enough to get the 75e to seat *just right*, I get decent bottom end and very good range. Without that, though, the bottom drops out and all the presence leaves. And so I guess I'm happy-ish with these... but do wish I could get larger tips.