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Jabra Evolve2 40

Based on 91 reviews

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  • Great for voice communication
  • Modern and stylish
  • Comfortable
  • Easy to use and install


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Pick another if you want it for videoconferencing
If you have to spend long hours in Zoom/Webex/Teams or any other videoconf these Are NOT for you. I have worked remotely for more than 10 years , therefore video conferencing is like my morning coffee , meaning a must. I have recently purchased this headset and unfortunately after a couple of hours ...
Sergio Negrete
2 years ago
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Just what I was looking for...
This headset is perfect and checks all the boxes! I was looking for a headset to use for meetings and online teaching using Zoom and Google Meet. The headset works flawlessly with both. I love that it is plug-and-play. My voice comes across crystal clear in both Zoom and Meet. I was looking for a wi...
2 months ago
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The AirPods Pro doesn't make me sound as podcast-y, which is why I switched to the Evolve 40. 2.
Poor reliability for the price
First, the good: The mic quality and isolation of background noise is great! This is the reason I bought this product. The headset is modern and stylish. The indicator lights are a nice and the UC buttons are a handy feature and work best with Zoom in my experience. I had less success with GoTo and ...
2 years ago
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Best for a left handed person
This is a great headset, but it is best for a left handed person. The wired cable comes from the right ear and is not super long, to it is in the way of a right handed mouse and on the wrong side of my USB outlets.
A. Allen
1 month ago
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Jabra Evolve2 65 Wireless
On the plus side, they're well-built, comfortable, and offer amazing battery life. Their sound profile is fairly well-balanced and versatile enough for hearing people clearly on phone calls and listening to music.
Jake Thauvette
7 months ago
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Product is sub par, but Jabra is horrific
Despite hearing a lot of negative things about Jabra products, I decided to give this one a chance as it ticked all the boxes I needed for a work headset. When I first got it, I noticed immediately that it was not super comfortable as the description would have you believe. I can't stand wearing thi...
10 months ago
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Works great with Playstation, but only the Stereo ones.
Jabra says this can be used with computers, that's exactly what a Playstation or Xbox is. They just have custom hardware and a custom OS. All testing was done on Playstation, 4/5 These MONO USB headsets do NOT work on Playstation. The speaker doesn't work and the noise canceling doesn't seem to work...
Michael R.
3 months ago
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Jabra Evolve2 30 Review
At top volumes, it doesn’t distort, and there’s plenty of deep low-end..Bill Callahan’s “Drover,” a track with far less deep bass in the mix, gives us a better sense of the headset's general sound signature. The drums on this track can sound overly thunderous on bass-forward headphones, but the drivers here deliver a pretty accurate depiction, with some subtly added body and roundness, but nothing that sounds thunderous.
Tim Gideon
7 months ago
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I recently bought a new pair of Jabra Evolve2 40 UC and I decided to update it using Jabra Direct. I went into the software and the current firmware I had was 1.15 and the latest it showed was 1.20. However, when I finished the update, it showed Return code 18 and my headphones were stuck on FWU mode. The light on the device was solid purple and the device could no longer be detected by windows.
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