Jabra Evolve 75 Headset with Charging Stand (Optimized for Skype for Business)

BH #JAHSC040WMC • MFR #7599-832-199
Jabra Evolve 75 Headset with Charging Stand (Optimized for Skype for Business)
Key Features
  • Dual Bluetooth Connectivity
  • For Skype for Business Clients
  • Bluetooth 4.2 Support
  • 100' Range of Operation
With the Evolve 75 Headset from Jabra you can take calls and listen to music all from the same binaural headset. With dual Bluetooth connectivity, you can connect the Evolve 75 to two separate sources, making it easy to listen to music and take calls all at distances up to 100' from either connected device.
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Jabra Evolve 75 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Connectivity
  • 3Audio
  • 4Ease of Use

With the Evolve 75 Headset from Jabra you can take calls and listen to music all from the same binaural headset. With dual Bluetooth connectivity, you can connect the Evolve 75 to two separate sources, making it easy to listen to music and take calls all at distances up to 100' from either connected device.

This comfortable headset comes equipped with leather-feel ear cushions and features high-fidelity audio streaming, allowing you to hear your music clearly. Active noise cancellation technology eliminates virtually all background noise. This Jabra headset even features an integrated busy light to alert others when you don't want to be bothered. When on a call, the Evolve 75 offers passive and active noise cancellation for clear transmit audio along with dedicated speaker volume up and down audio control options.

The Jabra Evolve 75 headset comes with a charging stand to quickly and easily recharge your headset. With talk time up to 15 hours and battery time up to 30 hours, the headset can last a good portion of the day without needing to be recharged. When the battery needs charging simply, plug it into the included cradle. A full charge takes about 2.5 hours.

Jabra Link 370 USB Adapter
Wireless range of up to 100'
Dual Bluetooth Connectivity for PC, Smartphone, and Tablet
Dual Bluetooth connectivity to two Bluetooth devices at the same time
USB Cable
Use the headset for calls and music whilst charging at the same time
Full Compatibility with UC Systems & VoIP Clients
Seamless integration and call control with a variety of UC systems/PC soft phones
HiFi Audio
Enhanced sound performance including HiFi audio streaming
Active Noise Cancellation
Eliminate background noise at the touch of a button
Ease of Use
Rechargeable Battery
Up to 15 hours battery life
All-Day Comfort
Leather-feel ear cushions and an on-the-ear wearing style for all-day comfort
Integrated busylight on both earcups acting as a do not disturb signal
Volume Controls
Speaker volume up/down on headset
Discreet Boomarm
Boom arm can be clipped into the headband when not on calls
Listen-In Button
Easy to reach button on earcup to hear announcements without removing the headset
Charging Stand
Easy charging and docking with an included charging stand to eliminate battery concerns

Jabra Evolve 75 Specs

Headset Features
Noise Cancellation, Volume Control
Wireless Range
100' / 30 m
Recharge Time
2.5 Hours
Operating Temperature
14 to 122°F / -10 to 50°C
Packaging Info
Package Weight
2.09 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
9.8 x 7.7 x 4.9"

Jabra Evolve 75 Reviews

Great WFH headset!

By Mike
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-25

Great active noise cancelation on the headset, and great noise cancelation from the microphone in noisy environments.

Jarevolve 75

By Glen
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-07-13

Works great Easy setup

It's not perfect, but it might be the best work headset

By Matt
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-24

Well, I needed a good headset for work, and had been through a gaming boom mic on decent but affordable headphones, a fairly cheap in ear setup, and the best headset my employer's $25 would buy. For various reasons, wireless was a must as was a noise canceling mic. Ideally music would sound decent too and I could pair it with both my PC and my phone. The former for video conferencing and the latter for listening to said music. And I went back and forth watching reviews on everything not wanting to drop $200+ on something without meeting it in person and finding no place I could actually meet the top contenders in person easily. So I procrastinated. Well I pulled the trigger and picked the best reviewed headset even if it was also the priciest of the contenders. I probably would have been better off heeding the advice to buy once cry once. I'd have at least $75 more in my pocket. So what can I tell you that youtube reviews won't? Well, these are light and comfortable like they say. They are a mostly plastic build, but the actual friction adjustment operates on a metal band, not plastic on plastic. Rather than concentration the tension on a single two sided hinge, they are distributed across a single pivot on the headband and a dual sided pivot inside the ear cup. It's a fairly robust design that avoids putting both vertical and lateral stress on one side of a two sided hinge pivot. They are comfy and quite adjustable. They adjust to fit my oversized melon (I don't need specialist brands, but I have a limited selection at the hat and eyeglass store) and also fit my kid who is still single digits old just fine. If you have the head of a small 7 year old, they might not be for you. The audio is not top of the line. But it's decent for music playback. With ANC on it gives music a bit of bass boost. With it off, you get sound that is more pronounced in the mids. Highs are not their strong suit but they are there. While limited in range compared to really good cans, they aren't super dull or notchy sounding. Which are problems I have run into with some bluetooth receivers and headsets respectively. Between the construction and being wireless you don't get much in the way of microphonics, which is nice. The magnetic latch for the mic can introduce some. If you hear an occasional click while moving around and want to not hear it, try just unlatching the mic ANC is decent but not amazing. It cuts out AC and fan noise REALLY well. I have a fairly low voice and it really cuts down on hearing my own voice when listening to music with ANC on. Blocking out my wife and kid? Not nearly so much. I don't have a lot of experience with a variety of ANC so take that with a grain of salt. I will say that this is the first time I have sat around for hours with ANC going without music. And it is fatiguing on the ears. Playing music with the ANC on greatly diminishes this. So if you want to drown out your cube mates, not only is the ANC not quite up to the task, but trying to is probably going to be unpleasant. Then there is the bluetooth multipoint support. It's barely mentioned in the documentation and nobody reviews it. Well... It's there technically I think. You can be connected to two devices at once. I think in Jabra's world they envisioned a road warrior who is fielding video calls on their PC and phone calls on their cell or someone in cube land who has to take call on a desk VOIP phone that can do bluetooth and on their PC for video conferences. Because it kind of works for that. For me where I want to carry my music with me on my phone and down out my cube mates while it is in a wireless dock playing the role of 2fa token with a biometric passcode.. ehh not so much. I'm on iOS and once media audio is interrupted I can't get it back without disconnecting and reconnecting them. Phone audio yes. Media audio no. Then there is bluetooth range. Like every other headset, they all say use their proprietary dongle for best sound and range. Well the 307 dongle with this gives you the most features, but leaving my phone right next to my PC I got the PC disconnected notice before the music started cutting out. But only a little bit and the range was good. The noise isolating mic is really good. Well really good at blocking out background noises and being clear for people on the other end in a voice conversation. It's DNA traces back to pilots headsets and telephones more than it does mics for concert, voiceover or video production. I like the leave me alone light. It's a nice feature for when you are on calls. What isn't covered in most documentation and none of the reviews I saw is that you can turn it on whenever you want so people will think you are busy on a call and leave you alone. Which is good because sometimes you want to be left alone, but also because unless you initiate whatever you are doing with the call button on the headset, it does not come on automatically. FYI the listen in button does NOT pause things playing over bluetooth. It DOES mute your mic though. Also download the full manual from jabra. What comes in the box is a manual with the same 4 quick start pages in a bajillion languages. and then another little manual with three pages of health and safety warnings in fine print for the same bajillion languages. Even the full manual is sparse. Other headphones that have BT multipoint have a means of manually toggling the headset between them. Does this one? No idea, none of the documentation covers it. Heck I'm assuming it is proper BT multipoint and not some weird kludge as what minimal reference to it doesn't call it multpoint.

Pricey but Great

By Craig
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-23

Sometimes you get what you pay for. Great features, easy to use, great sound, and love the active noise cancellation which drops the noise of my air conditioning to a background whisper. The dongle plugged in and immediately worked. Comfortable for extended use. My favorite headset ever.

A remote work tool

By Joel
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-07

I have been working remotely for 2 1/2 months and expect to continue to do so for several months to come. The Jabra Evolve 75 is a great tool for the extended video and audio conferences that I participate in every day. It's comfortable to wear and the sound quality is excellent. The noise cancellation feature is good -- not as effective as the top of the line Bose, but I don't need Bose noise cancellation in my home office. It was very easy to set up a Bluetooth connection and the already paired USB dongle is a nice convenience.

Expensive but well worth it

By Paul
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-04

This is a great headset — comfortable and works well with both my iPhone and MacBook Pro. I spent quite a while researching gaming headsets (such as the HyperX Cloud Flight S) as they're known for long term wearing comfort and quality. The main downside is there are not many that work with the phone (via bluetooth) and only through a USB dongle. Then I came across the Evolve 75 and saw it supports both. While it was over my budget for a headset, I decided to give it a try. Since primarily working from home now, I've been wearing them nearly all day and sometimes in the evening. I wear glasses and I get some very minor discomfort after a few hours, but it isn't any worse than over the ear headphones. It clears up if I take a short break or adjust my glasses near my ears. I have it paired with both my phone and computer throughout the day. While it seems I cannot simultaneously play audio from the phone and computer (via USB dongle), switching from computer to phone and vice versa works really well. For instance, if I'm in a video conference on my computer and a call comes into my phone, I can answer it and the headset will switch automatically. If I'm playing music on my phone and pause it, then do something on the computer to cause a sound, it will play the audio from the computer. The pushing up on the boom microphone to mute is a great feature. I feel fairly confident knowing I'm muted (or quickly muting) with the boom in the upward position instead of hunting for an application on the computer to ensure I'm muted. Speaking of the microphone, there is live monitoring of the microphone when a call is connected and the microphone is active, which is nice. I personally have a hard time with talking when I have over the ear (or on-ear) headphones on, mainly not being able to adequately hear my own voice. The live monitoring helps a lot, but it's still not quite as good as having one ear completely exposed. The microphone is also good at isolating sound and not picking up much background noise. I work in an open area of my house and people I speak with on calls rarely hear the kids making noise in the background, or even the click-clacks of my mechanical keyboard. The one (minor) negative is the active noise cancellation (ANC). It is fairly weak compared to a set of Bose QCs or AirPods Pro. Overall it's just ok, but it's not a primary reason why I use these headphones. I'm happy to overlook the weak ANC for all the other benefits. Also, the price is a bit high, but I don't regret the purchase. It has been a great headset.

Best Headset for Video Calls in the market

By Roger
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-09-14

We have tested a few and this one is by far the best option. Make sure to buy the option with the desk charger.

great headset for work

By Nicole
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-12

comfy to where almost all day. good call quality and seamlessly works with both my MacBook Pro and iPhone

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Is the dongle required for bluetooth connectivity ...

Is the dongle required for bluetooth connectivity or can I connect to my iMac without it?
Asked by: Chris
The dongle included with the Jabra Evolve 75 Headset (Optimized for Unified Communication) BH #JAHSC040WSL is not required but it is recommended if you have an older computer since it might be better than the one in an older computer.
Answered by: Miguel
Date published: 2021-08-16

I need a headset that I can mute from the ...

I need a headset that I can mute from the headset. Does this headset have a mute function? If so, how is it activated?
Asked by: Jim
Yes it does. Either use the dedicated mute button on the right earpiece, or rotate the microphone boom up towards your ear.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2020-06-01

I'm super confused about all the various ...

I'm super confused about all the various headsets. I'm looking for a bluetooth headset to use with my cell phone. This one asks me to choose MS or UC compatibility, neither of which seem relevant. Could someone please advise?
Asked by: Barbara
The UC model would be ideal for your cell phone. The other option is designed for Skype for Business Clients.
Answered by: Darius
Date published: 2021-02-09
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