A new stereo headset standard – Jabra makes great promises for its new Evolve2 Jabra Bluetooth headphones, which are equipped with active noise cancellation, 37 hours of battery life, and up to ten more microphones, but the prices are accordingly high.
Jabra Evolve2 40
Jabra is launching three noise cancelling headset models, starting with the Evolve2 40 corded headset with professional grade noise-canceling technology. It is connected either via USB-A or USB-C, whereby a mono version is also available on request. 40 mm drivers and three microphones ensure the right sound.
This new noise cancelling headset features an advanced digital chipset and three strategically placed professional microphones. Memory foam oval ear cushions and pioneering new angled design give you passive noise cancellation.
A stereo headset comes with the MS Stereo function which is made for Voice & Music Microsoft optimized passive noise cancellation.
Jabra Evolve2 65
Evolve2 65 is a wireless version of the Evolve2 40 stereo headset, Dual Bluetooth, including the supplied USB adapter and 37 hours of battery life are included.
The Jabra Bluetooth headphones can be conveniently charged using the optionally available charging station, whereby a charging process of just 15 minutes should suffice for an eight-hour working day.
It is equipped with world-class speakers and HD Voice with Dual Bluetooth connectivity so that you can pair to two wireless devices simultaneously, with no interruptions to stop to pair a new device.
Jabra Evolve2 85
With the Evolve2 85, Jabra offers a rather expensive and well-equipped over-ear headset. Thanks to a combination of active and passive noise suppression, should enable pleasant calls even in the loudest open-plan offices. Ten microphones ensure a convincing ANC and good voice quality. The microphone can be stowed away comfortably so that you can listen to music with the Evolve2 85 on the go without attracting attention.
Jabra also uses 40 mm drivers in these headphones. The integrated battery lasts for 37 hours and can be charged either via a USB cable or via the optional charging station. With this model, a 15-minute charging process should be sufficient for a running time of 8 hours.
You should also read our Jabra Elite 45h review, it is an inexpensive Wireless On-Ear Headphones offered at a fairly affordable price of around $99.99.