The headphones support AAC and SBC Bluetooth codec and are compatible with Bluetooth 5.2. A surprising omission is no support for AptX. However, the headphones have been certified for Unified Communication platforms, like Microsoft. In fact, on Microsoft’s website, the company gives it an official recommendation which reads, “Evolve2 75 is certified for Microsoft Teams to get the best experience possible, with better, easier access to all of its features, ensuring faster adoption and more consistent use by providing a seamless collaboration experience wherever you’re working.”

Despite Microsoft’s ‘certificate’, we found that the call quality can be a bit of a hit and miss. It’s not to say that there are any issues but on occasions we did have people on the other end of calls complaining about too much echo. However, that was perhaps a one-off incident. Overall, the headphones deliver optimum clarity on calls.

The headphones have 40mm dynamic drivers that have a frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHz. This is for music only whereas for calls it offers frequency range of 100Hz to 8kHz.

If you have used a Jabra headset, then you would know that the Sound+ app is the hub for all customisations. Available for iOS and Android, you can use the app to switch voice assistants, adjust sound settings, ANC controls, adjustable EQ settings and more.

When it comes to sound quality, it has to be said that these headphones deliver an extremely balanced audio output. Songs like Michael Jackson’s “They Don’t Care About Us” are bass heavy but the headphones deliver thumping bass without being too jarring on the ears. Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” where his deep vocals stand out sound really good. The vocals are clear and the mids and lows are quite crisp. The clarity of sound stands out and the instrument separation is handled quite well.


The ANC function works well but it’s not the best. There were occasions when with the ANC on and volume levels at mid, the outside nouse wasn’t being blocked effectively. Just like the echo issue, this too happened once or twice as overall it worked fine.

The battery performance is impressive as we didn’t find ourselves reaching out for a charger while using the headphones. For music, Jabra claims that the headphones can last up to 36 hours and for calls the battery life is close to 24 hours. During our time with the headphones, we found these claims to be fairly accurate.

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