Jabra Evolve 75e Professional ms-certifiedワイヤレスイヤホン
<br/> オーディオ:<br/>-マイクコンセプト: - three-microphone周囲のノイズキャンセル技術<br/>-マイク周波数範囲: - 150 Hzを6.8 kHz<br/>-スピーカー: - 15 mmダイナミックスピーカー<br/>-スピーカーの帯域幅 – 音楽モード- 20 Hz to 20 kHz<br/>-スピーカーの帯域幅 – 会議モード: - 150 Hzを6.8 kHz<br/>アフリカネイションズカップ-ハイブリッドノイズキャンセリング: - Yes – 4マイクにより認識27db取消でオフィス環境<br/>-パッシブノイズキャンセルはい<br/>- listen-in機能: -ロングアフリカネイションズカップを押しボタンを聞いて外の世界を離陸したままイヤホン<br/>-詳細は、認定- Cisco、AVAYA、Skype for Business ,<br/> フィット、快適。<br/>-ヘッドセットフォームファクタ: -ネックバンド<br/>-耳翼: -耳翼( 3サイズとACC。パック<br/>- Eargels :-楕円形のシリコーンゴム耳のジェル3サイズ、ACC。パック<br/>-耳ジェル材質-シリコンラバー<br/>-式材質: -シリコーンゴム<br/>-汗&防水はい、ip54<br/>-イヤホン: -に磁石。簡単で着心地首周りに位置します。イヤホンが接続している音楽が一時停止またはあなたのコールは終了しています。<br/> 使いやすさがあります。<br/>-トラックコントロール – 直感的なオーディオコントロール: -応答/終了コール – コール拒否 – ボリューム・コントロール再生/停止音楽<br/>-振動アラートはい、の衿<br/>-音声/ミュートはい<br/>- busylight : -のレッドLEDを内蔵マイクボックスをオンにして、ユーザーが手動でアクティブな通話の際、またはとして機能させるビジー状態のときに邪魔しない」信号<br/>-音声ガイダンス: - 1つのタップへのアクセス」MS Cortana , Siri , Google Now "ミュート/音声ボタンで<br/> バッテリー:<br/>-通話時間: -最大13時間<br/>-音楽時間最大14時間<br/>-パワーで充電&時間約2時間<br/>
それだと日本語でレビューが上がっている意外に意味が無い気がするので、他の候補としてあがってくる、ソニーのWI-1000XとBose QC30 でどれを買うか？という点で試聴しまくった結果、Evolve 75e にした理由はやはりマイク性能は頭一つ上を行っている点です、前者2つの製品はやはり音声はおまけ程度で、電話をする程度では問題にはなりませんが複数人でやり取りされる会議に出席するというレベルになってくると、声があまりこもらずに大きめの音量で伝わる必要がありますがそれが乗り換え前の Plantronicsと同じレベルで最低限クリアされています。
これらの製品に共通するのは、ノイズキャンセリング、音楽鑑賞、クリアな通話の3つが1つのデバイスでまかなえたらいいなぁというガジェッターの夢が詰まっているという事だと勝手に思っているのですが、そんな製品はやはりなくて、ノイズキャンセルを主とするのであれば Bose, Sony の順（っツン！とするノイキャンが好きなのであれば Sony でしょう)で Jabraは論外、音楽鑑賞であれば Sony, Jabra, Bose の順、マイクをメインで考えるのであれば Jabra、次は Sony、最後に Bose というそれぞれの特徴がありどれかを妥協するしかない為、マイクの性能は妥協できないという判断でこれにしました。
2.Every time it gets disconnected from my both phones and from my
3.If audio from laptop is streaming & a call is received on phone then switching is not just poor-its PATHETIC
4.Your phone is connected - but this device doesn't maintain a constant comm with devices (probably to save battery)
call happens through normal channel on phone, suddenly this device takes the audio channel - you will be again searching for your ear-buds to talk or click on the phone to change audio to normal audio channel
5.There's no android app specifically for 75/75e - only 25e - even if you install 25e, it won't detect this 75e
6.The switching between "pause-restart" of audio/video is so so pathetic you feel like you wasted US $360 ?(Rs.25700) crap is the answer
7.jabra-370 s/w on the laptop is one more pathetic setup - to connect to this device, cause, once you connect and add some device settings/bluetooth settings - then you disconnect the device some settings won't even visible again
WHAT IS LIKED
1.The ANC is truly ANC - you get real peace of mind as if you have inserted aircraft-earbuds to cancel outside noise - TRULY awesome
2.HearThrough is one more awesome work which allows you to hear what's audible around you at a reduced decibles
Here is some real world feedback I experienced as I'm in week 2 of use. I'm in technical sales, also giving support, web demos, online training and on calls all day long. So I need a unit with long battery life, that can connect to both cell phone + laptop. The battery life kept up very well, plus I noticed if I plugged the unit in a USB power supply the 75e kept working. It would not close or disconnect - Fantastic.
Connectivity was super easy to PC with the supplied Jabra Link 370 which VoIP, GoToMeeting, Skype etc detected.
Without the 370 Bluetooth dongle, these apps would not configure, or detect the device. The Evolve 75e just wasn't listed as an available device, but playing audio on on media was detected on the PC. So for easy of use and detection, you may likely need the Jabra 370 dongle for your laptop or PC for some apps to work as expected. I also noticed that the Android apps "Jabra SOUND+", "Jabra Assist" and "Jabra Service" do not have the Evolve 75e on the list of supported devices nor connect to it. That was very disappointing as I could not configure the the 75e from my smartphone.
Things began to slide to the negative as customers, prospects and employees began telling me my voice would occasionally come in distorted, clipped or uncoded correctly - that I sounded like a lost signal from Mars. That was very confusing to me as my phone and laptop would be 1-2 feet away from me or if mobile in my shirt pocket (so that wasn't far). I also noticed audio would come in garbled if I was 10 feet away or looked the other way from phone or dongle. Some would also say they could not understand what I was saying. On the listening side on calls coming in, the audio would cut out completely for a few seconds missing important information on a sales call or the person would come in wobbled ( distorted as if earpiece could not unscramble or decode audio quick enough). If I were in a room full of Bluetooth headsets, guaranteed the Jabra unit could clip out, loose decoding and get confused.
I used the PC Version of "Jabra Direct" to update all drivers to the latest firmware to the dongle and 75e. This did not resolve the issue.
Access to buttons around the neck is very difficult for me. I'm a wrestling kind of build, in my younger days worked out, served our country in the military and have a solid bulky frame. I gather being much older now and behind the desk I'm way heftier. I thought what the heck !!! As I put this on my neck, this didn't look like the pictures, the buttons are on the side of my neck and I can't see the red light (in a call indicator) if on or off. So I had my teenage son who is 120 lbs try it on, he is thin as rails and no issue. Case in point, if you have a thick neck or of large build like me, the photo attached will show you what to expect.
One think that was nice, they ear buds do not slip out. Also the neck band in the back is a bit stiff and the unit would not slide to the left or right and slip off.
A fight over PC calls, Cell calls or 2nd cell call coming in. I haven't yet figured out how to control the Jabra 75e from reacting when I'm in session using audio/mic while on Skype or a VoIP call, then a cell call comes in and a 2nd cell call comes in. I've been on customer calls, when a 2nd cell call comes in and my conversation gets cut off. Yup... I just get cut off... and then I'm freaking out wondering where did my client go. I have to hit the ignore call on my phone to get the person back. Then the Jabra 75e goes crazy when I end the call, VoIP or Skype or GoToMeeting and the Jabra won't respond at all. I noticed the "In Use" light would stay on the Jabra 75e, I would have to shut down and reboot the PC, disconnect the Bluetooth from my phone, and shut down the power button on the Jabra 75e. Then restart all the devices to get back to normal. This happened a few times. As if the Jabra lost a signal to say disconnect, the call ended buddy, your not in session anymore. What madness.
Ear plug is not comparable, but that could be my ear
Needs request re-sync,
Mic picks up noise and wind, opposite to what they advertise
I have used them to work out several times and they are just OK for that. I think it probably depends on what kind of exercise you're doing. The ear buds don't fall out of my ears because the ear hooks keep them in place fairly well but the neckband can be annoying if you're jumping around or moving a lot. I don't imagine this is any different from any other neckband style headset so I'm not knocking them that. This was my first neckband-style headset so it's just something I noticed and point out here to anyone else who may be wondering. If you're on an elliptical or bike, it's fine. If you're doing high-impact aerobics or laying on a bench or floor it could become annoying. But I broke into a sweat with these several times and they were fine. I do sincerely wish I could find alternative ear gels for these. The ability to put some Comply foam tips on these would be great as it would help seal out even more noise. These are effective for canceling out steady noise like the HVAC at work but they aren't really great at blocking voices. Having tips that seal better would make these excellent instead of just OK.
I have listened to music with these and they are not meant for audiophiles. If you are an audiophile you will find them a little heavy on the mid to low end. Some people like this though and it might be OK and I will say these are great for podcasts and audiobooks. These are really meant for spoken word listening. The clarity and detail retrieval for music is not anywhere near class-leading but I think most of us don't buy Bluetooth headphones with high expectations for this. We buy them because they are convenient. And these really succeed in that area for me because I don't ever have to take them off. I can pair these with my work laptop via the included dongle and also with my phone via Bluetooth and go back and forth between Skype calls/meetings, music, and podcasts without ever losing a literal beat. If I want to listen to my high-resolution audio and be a music snob I will put on "real" headphones and plug in via a headphone jack. I nevertheless keep these on and ready at all times during the work day and because they hang around my neck and mainly stay out of the way, it's easy to switch to another pair if I want.
These sound great for calls (just as good as my wired Blackwire) and I've had no issues with using them on Skype for B and MS Teams calls and meetings at work. I like how the mute button works as it should within Skype. I read a lot of reviews and watched a lot of YouTube comparisons between these and they Voyager 6200 UC and these seemed to sound better because of the better proximity of the mic to your mouth. I also like that these are magnetic and are therefore less floppy. The Voyager doesn't have that feature. And because these are in-ear instead of over/on-ear, they're much easier to port around. I basically put them on before I leave the house in the morning and wear them home at night. No fuss. They take forever to charge but they really do last all day so I accept that trade-off.
So these are worth $200 for me but if you don't need the Skype for B/MS Teams/Lync connectivity, I'd say don't buy these. There are so many better ways to spend $200 on Bluetooth earphones/headphones. In fact, you don't even need to spend that much. Get a Radsone ES100 and plug in your own high-quality headphones of choice. But if you want a portable Skype for B/Lync/Teams solution, I think this is a great choice.
BTW - I saw a lot of reviews on Amazon saying they had problems with static and I first bought these from Amazon Warehouse to try to save a little money and that pair had that problem out of the box. I found it was an issue only when noise cancellation was on. I returned those and bought a new pair at full price. I have had them now for just about 2 months and haven't had any problems but I also bought an extended warranty since it did seem to be a fairly common problem. I will update if I run into that issue.
I enjoy the ability to pair this headset with two devices. ANC was great on the plane. Music and call quality sound good. Fit of the ear pieces work out fine but I’ve felt more comfortable tips.
After about three weeks of using them, people I was on Skype and phone calls with were complaining about my mic audio. They all had different experiences. Some said they heard echos, some heard static, some said I was cutting in and out and some were experiencing a combination of the above.
I really wanted this pair to work out. I bought them mainly for the three mic system and was hoping for good mic quality. I’m not a huge fan of over the ear headsets but love the boom mics that typically come with them. This pair seemed to be a good compromise. Unfortunately, after three weeks it’s become a problem. Now I’m stuck with an expensive headset.
ANC is decent, don’t expect total exclusion from your surroundings but it does a decent job at reducing the ambient noise around you.
The microphone is okay, but the people on the other line will hear your background noise
Within a month the left earphone started making this scratching and static noise with any movement, it’s entirely distracting and ruined this product for me.
Honestly I wouldn’t purchase again if I had the choice. You are far better off saving the 200$ and buying another pair of headphones
However, the noise cancellation is not the biggest flaw of the earbuds, the biggest flaw is actually how they're built, and this seems to be true for the other lower-end Jabras that share the same design paradigm. That is, something happens at a hardware level and whenever the chords are moved or positioned in a certain way, it induces static in one of the buds, in my case it was the right earbud. I was able to reproduce the issue simply by physically moving one of the wires.
It's a shame because they're otherwise a great sounding product and would've loved to keep them, but I had returned them due to this issue.
》ACN (active noise cancelling) works for noisy environments
》microphones able to pic up your voice and not other background noises so if you're using this as a call center headset. Price is worth it.
》earbuds themselves can be uncomfortable almost painful as they are oval shaped instead of round, and it pushes on my ear. I have to take them out periodically to give my poor ears a rest.
》(not really much of a con as it is just an inconvenience) battery life drains much quicker when you use ANC so a typical 9 hour shift I end up having to connect it to a charger towards the end of the night.
Also the Bluetooth range is crap. I get maybe 20 feet even with the usb part plugged in. My understanding is that the headset should get 100ft with the usb and about 30 without it. I get zero feet without the usb plugged in. My computer won’t even connect to them without the usb.
I do love that they work with Skype for business on my pC and iphone
They really should not imply any similarity here, because there isn't any.
The full size Jabra 75 has superior ANC, and also superior isolation of the mic sounds.
With the 75e, people can hear you walk, hear you drive, hear you clean your hands, hear other people honk, hear other people's conversations, etc. They hear NONE of this with the full size 75. Nobody where you use the full size 75, people think you're in a quiet place. It's like magic. These are very different animals.
On the headset end, the ANC doesn't do much. The full size 75 has ANC almost as good as the Bose QC35. Not so here. This isn't even as good as the physical sound blocking of LG Infineon headphones.
What's worse is that Jabra support is hell-awful. The only reason I even tried the 75e was because of the enormous delay in getting my full size Evolve 75 repaired (they stopped charging via USB). So in the interim I ordered the 75e, figuring I'd keep them if they were decent. Well, they certainly aren't. My much cheaper LG Infineon headphones seem better to me in every way, whereas I've never used anything as good as the full size Evolve 75.
Further, these cannot even keep the Bluetooth connection as well as the full size Jabra 75. They have enormous cutouts the full size ones don't.
Different animals, these are.
If you can stand the size (the Jabra 75 is still quite a bit smaller than the Bose QC35), I really recommend the normal 75 (no e).
I suppose if I never tried anything else, I'd think these were OK, but certainly not as good as they describe in ads. I'd normally chalk it up to marketing hyperbole. However, since I have tried quite a few other solutions from other companies, and even Jabra itself, I think these are really stinkers in comparison. They really need to go back to the drawing board and work on miniatruzing the amazing tech they've developed with the full size Jabra 75 and presumably the Jabra 80 earphones.