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Jabra Evolve 75: Comfortable Bluetooth headset with useful features

The Jabra Evolve 75 is primarily intended for use in open plan offices and for people who have to make a lot of calls. With its features such as listen-in or active noise canceling, it should make everyday work easier. Over the past few days, I've tried out how well this works.

I'm lucky not to be in an open plan office. With the active support of colleagues, a speaker and various playlists, however, it was possible to organize an appropriately high noise level so that reasonable test conditions prevailed.

Scope of delivery and setup

The scope of delivery is clear. In the box next to the headset is a USB dongle, a USB-A to USB-C cable, a transport bag and the USB charging station. That's it already. It doesn't take more than that.

Setup is quick and easy. Plug in the USB dongle and then switch on the headphones. The dongle and headset are already paired. But do not get scared. Because immediately after the connection has been established, a friendly female voice tells you how long the battery will last. The friendly voice also appears at various points in everyday life, for example when you end a phone call. Incidentally, the battery should be sufficient for up to 15 hours of talk time, the standby time is specified as up to 15 days. The headset has to be plugged in for around two hours to fully charge the battery.

The charging station of the Jabra Evolve 75 does not take up much space. If the headset is attached to it, however, it looks a little different. The headset is plugged in via the microUSB connection under the right side. As a result, the overall construction takes up a lot of space in terms of height and depth. If you have enough space on the desk to place the station somewhere next to the monitor, that's no problem. If, like me, you have a desk full of monitors, you have to come up with something. The cable of the charging station is about 120cm long, so that you have plenty of leeway to make it disappear.

Incidentally, you can connect the headset to two devices at the same time via Bluetooth.

Jabra Evolve 75 in our shop


The workmanship of the Jabra Evolve 75 is flawless. There are no sharp edges and all parts interlock as they should: noiselessly. The microphone bracket can be adjusted with a comfortable pressure point. When you fold it up, a small magnet holds it in place.

All in all, the headset makes a very valuable impression and is very comfortable to wear.

On the right auricle are the microUSB connection for charging and the power button. You can also use this auricle to control the volume of the Jabra Evolve 75. The switch for Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is located on the left auricle. You also control the listen-in feature via this auricle. But more on that below.

Active noise cancellation

The Jabra Evolve 75 is designed to filter ambient noise and thereby facilitate communication, especially in open-plan offices. ANC is always one of those things, of course. Yes, noises are filtered. However, only low notes. Noises such as keyboards are at best muffled.

You will also hear conversations. The ear pads are simply too small to insulate them. The ears are not completely enclosed by them.

Jabra Evolve 75 in our shop

Voice quality and sound

The voice quality is consistently good. During phone calls, I was always able to understand my counterpart perfectly and there were no annoying noises such as crackling or hissing.

Anyone who likes to wander around while talking on the phone will be happy. According to the manufacturer, the range for the headsets in the office is almost 30 meters. Of course I tried that too. The information is there. The sound is consistently good. Only when you come to the range limit are dropouts possible every now and then. But that's completely normal.

Incidentally, your colleagues know very well when you are on the phone. But not in acoustic terms, but visually. Red circles light up on both ear cups when you are on the phone. You can't miss it. I think it's a nice feature because it increases the chance of not being talked to from the side when making a phone call. If you flip up the microphone after a phone call, it is automatically muted. You will also be informed about this by the friendly voice.

If, however, you want to follow the conversations of your colleagues while wearing the headphones, you can do so by pressing the button in the left auricle. This activates the listen-in feature mentioned above. As long as you press, the ambient noise is then transmitted unfiltered. This takes getting used to, because the reflex is strong to make the usual movements. Take off your headset and talk directly to your colleagues. But you internalized the grip on the auricle pretty quickly.

When you hear music about it, you have to weigh up. Do you use ANC, then you go a little down the drain. It is in the nature of things. If you can do without ANC, you get a clear and balanced sound. Highs, lows and mids are easily recognizable and they don't tend to sound dull or tinny.

Conclusion Jabra Evolve 75 headset

The Jabra Evolve 75 is definitely not a cheap headset. But you also get a lot on offer. The wearing comfort is good and there is nothing to complain about in terms of the voice quality. Even in noisy surroundings, there are no problems understanding the other person.

As one might expect at the current price of just over 225 euros, the workmanship is also impeccable. If you want a high-quality headset, you should definitely take a closer look at the Jabra Evolve 75.

Jabra Evolve 75 in our shop


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The organizer of the competition is notebooksbilliger.de AG. Anyone aged 18 and over from Germany and Austria can take part. The closing date for entries is 11/28/2018, 11:59 p.m. Excluded from participation are employees and executives of notebooksbilliger.de AG, its subsidiaries and affiliated companies, advertising, promotion, marketing or production agencies, web service providers and their family members [spouses, parents, children, siblings and theirs Partners] and individuals living in their households.

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