Jabra Engage 75 Stereo Wireless Headset
Launching to great fanfare in April 2018, the Jabra Engage 75 is for those who REALLY need to stay connected. Frankly it has more connections than we thought possible as well some other ground-breaking features.
The Engage 75 models come in 3 variants All are also compatible with Skype for Business: You’re looking at the Stereo which is a headband only ‘2 eared’ model. Also available are the… Mono this has the 2 wearing styles of headband style and neckband style in the box., and the Convertible version which has earhook, headband AND neckband included. All of the options can be worn with the microphone arm on the left or the right. The Convertible has a shorter battery life and is lighter in weight reduced range but apart from that all the specs are MOSTLY the same across the variants.
As with all wireless headsets you will need an accessory to answer calls from the desk phone when out of reach. We know, it seems crazy that even such a sophisticated headset as this can’t perform this apparently simple task but there are so many different phones all with different requirements that this functionality just can’t be built into the headset. We call it a RAD (remote answering device). It could be a standard handset lifter or a special ‘electronic hook switch’ (EHS) cable that runs from the base unit to the telephone – it all depends on which make and model phone you have. If your phone has a USB headset port you may not need this but at time of writing, those phones are as rare as hens’ teeth.
– The most powerful, professional DECT wireless headsets are no
– Busylight indicator
– Wireless DECT Technology
– Wireless Range of up to 490 Feet
– Noise-Canceling Microphone
– Up to 13 Hours of Talk Time
– 256-Bit AES Encryption
– Exceeds DECT Security Level C Standards
– Constant Sound Levels for Added Comfort
– Base Station with Touchscreen Display
– Red LED Busy Light on Active Calls