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|DESIGN AND DIMENSIONS Jabra Evolve 75
|Headset - Bluetooth - wireless - USB
|Worse than 54 % of headphones rated.
|Portable electronics, conference
The Jabra Evolve 75 are wireless headphones that allow unrestricted movement and thus increase comfort while listening to music. Because of this feature wireless headphones are especially popular with casual users. On the other hand, the limiting factor of wireless headphones is a certain delay in sound transmission between the source and the headphones (almost indistinguishable for the average user), and they also need to be charged regularly. Unlike wired headphones, where the headphones are charged by the connected cable itself, wireless ones must be charged separately. The headphones use the Bluetooth 4.2 technology for sound transmission.
The headphones are designed as on-ear. On-ear headphones are generally lighter. However, their design has fewer isolation capabilities, and therefore, for example, more sound can be let in and out compared to around-ear headphones. The weight of the headphones is 177 g.
|SOUND QUALITY Jabra Evolve 75
|Headphones Form Factor
|Better than 66 % of headphones rated.
|Active Noise Cancelling
|Better than 92 % of headphones rated.
|Sound Output Mode
|20 - 20000 Hz
|Better than 64 % of headphones rated.
|Better than 75 % of headphones rated.
|Simultaneously Connectable Devices Qty (Multipoint)
|Better than 98 % of headphones rated.
|In-Cord Volume Control
The sound quality can be affected by many factors. For many users the frequency range is a key feature of headphones. The wider the range, the more detail and nuance you will hear while listening. However, every individual perceives frequencies differently, so the frequency range of headphones varies according to individual needs. The average person perceives frequencies in the range of 16 to 20,000 Hz, so headphones with a frequency range of 20 to 20,000 Hz are most commonly available. If you are looking for headphones with a good bass performance, you should aim for lower range values (bass represents frequencies up to about 256 Hz), while high range values (frequencies roughly above 2,048 Hz) will be better for reproducing high tones. The frequency range of headphones Jabra Evolve 75 is 20 - 20000 Hz. To control the optimum playback volume you can use the manual control directly on the cable.
Headphones consist of many important parts, including the diaphragm, which is responsible for converting electrical signals into sound. The diaphragm, with a thickness of around 6 mm, is very sensitive to changes in high frequencies but less sensitive to bass. For a relatively balanced sound profile, a medium-thick diaphragm of around 10 mm is used, which can reproduce both bass and treble. A diaphragm with a thickness of around 20 mm is not as quick to respond to changes in the audio signal, and this results in poorer bass listening. However, it is very sensitive to higher frequencies. In the case of this model, the diaphragm is the 40 mm.
For an even more undisturbed listening experience, the headphones have a special Active Noise Canceling feature.
|MICROPHONE Jabra Evolve 75
|Microphone Operation Mode
|Better than 94 % of headphones rated.
|150 - 6800 Hz
|Worse than 82 % of headphones rated.
Jabra Evolve 75 has a boom–type microphone. A nice benefit of the microphone of the Headphones Jabra Evolve 75 is the Noise Canceling technology that suppresses ambient noise and allows a clearer sound recording to be captured.Show more
|REMOTE CONTROL Jabra Evolve 75
|Mute, volume, on/off, answer/end
|CABLE Jabra Evolve 75
|USB cable - detachable
|BATTERY AND CHARGING Jabra Evolve 75
|Headset battery rechargeable
|Better than 56 % of headphones rated.
|Worse than 52 % of headphones rated.
In terms of headphone battery life as a significant factor in the purchase decision, it depends on what you want to use the headphones for and potentially how often you will be able to recharge them. Headphones with up to a few hours of battery life are more suitable for home use as they will require more frequent charging. Headphones with a battery life of around 10 hours or more are already more suitable for commuting and shorter journeys. However, nowadays you can also find headphones on the market that have a battery life in the higher tens to hundreds of hours. In this case, you do not have to worry about your headphones simply running out of power on longer journeys, and you will not have to deal with constant recharging. The battery life of the Jabra Evolve 75 reaches up to 15 hour(s).
Charging time is 2.5 hour(s).
|CONNECTIONS Jabra Evolve 75
|Headset (4 PIN USB Type A)
|OTHERS Jabra Evolve 75
|Service & Support
|Limited warranty - 1 year
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