Jabra Evolve Bluetooth Headset

Last updated: August 7, 2023

The microphone on the Jabra Evolve Bluetooth Headset sets it apart from others in its class, with features that make it convenient and improve quality. Its adjustability means you can maneuver it around to make sure you're producing the best sound. You can also flip it up to instantly mute yourself on a call. It also has a longer battery life than comparable headsets, going all day on one charge with typical use.

Jabra Evolve Bluetooth Headset

We looked at the top Bluetooth Headsets and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Bluetooth Headset you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: A headset with a top-notch microphone and an adjustable design.

In our analysis of 56 expert reviews, the Jabra Evolve Bluetooth Headset placed 4th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Jabra EVOLVE 65 UC stereo is a professional headset designed to improve concentration and conversations. Premium noise cancellation technology gives you peace to work in a noisy, open office; effectively creating a concentration zone around you so you can stay focused.NOTE: The cord included in packaging is used to charge the set of headphones.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

This model has all-day battery life and decent microphone quality
Using this headset I was able to make clear and crisp calls from the US to the UK over Skype, call quality was excellent.
One great feature of this headset is that there is a busylight feature. When you are on a call, a red ring appears on the outside of the headset.
I like the sound from the headset and it really closed me off from the noise in the room.
Mid and Mid-low end sounds are reproduced superbly, with no detectable compression artefacts from the Bluetooth connection.

What reviewers didn't like

It also has worse headphones, a drawback that’s especially noticeable if you listen to music in between calls; on top of that, because the headphones lack active noise cancelling, external noise might make it harder to focus.
There is a magnetic strip build into the microphone and headset band in order to securely tuck the microphone aware, this is a nice idea but doesn’t quite work all the time as the microphone did some loose a few times.
My major gripe is that the speakers are still not good enough for listening to music, at least for my tastes.
Microphone boom arm does not stick to headband. Looks like you have a antenna on your head.
Audio quality is always a hard one. I’m no Audiophile and I’m well aware of what sounds good for one person doesn’t always sound good for another.
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