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Jabra Engage 75
Engage 75
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Work away from your desk and still maintain a wireless connection that won’t let you, or your customers, down.

Up to 150 meters / 490 feet DECT wireless range
Up to 3 times more users in the same office space

Enjoy superior sounding calls, even in busy offices with many wireless devices.

Hear the difference compared with other wireless headsets facing density issues.

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Use as a corded headset

Enjoy the best of both worlds, with the option to work wirelessly or corded. Use a regular micro USB cable or choose a recommended Jabra USB cable accessory to work corded.*

* When used as a corded device, the headset does not support headset call controls or busylight functionality.




Meets Skype for Business Open Office requirements.

Constant sound levels throughout the day.

Keep the sound level at a comfortable and consistent level throughout the day. Simply set the volume on your headset to your preferred level, and every call will be initiated at the desired sound level for all-day comfort

Incoming call sound level User preferred sound level




Busylight off
Busylight on

All-day battery life.

Up to 13 hours of talk-time - and when you do need to charge, the fast charge feature powers the headset to 40% in just 30 mins.

Charge time 40% after 30 min 100% after 90 min
Talk-time Up to 13 hours




Bluetooth devices
Analogue phone




Answer/End call button
Mute/unmute button
Volume controls
Intuitive touch-screen base
Call Analytics on a computer

Use Jabra SDK for:

  • Background noise levels
  • Audio exposure
  • Speech analytics
  • Busylight customisation
  • Headset interaction logging
Jabra SDK
Call Analytics on a computer

Use Jabra Xpress for:

  • Background noise levels
  • Audio exposure
Jabra Xpress

Hearing Protection

The Jabra Engage Wireless features high levels of hearing protection which is key for heavy users. This includes PeakStop™, which eliminates potentially harmful sudden sound spikes; Intelligent Acoustic Shock protection, which removes potentially harmful sounds; and IntelliTone™ 2.0, which maintains average sound levels below predefined thresholds through the day. For more information on these and more innovations to safeguard intensive headset use, download our Hearing Protection white paper.

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Engineered to deliver more power for your conversations.

40 engineers spent more than 115,000 hours in research and development to create the world's most powerful professional wireless headset, registering 4 unique patents to Jabra in the process.

Technical specifications

  • Audio
    • Speaker frequency range
      40 Hz-16 kHz
    • Microphone frequency range
      100 Hz to 7.3 KHz
    • Speaker bandwidth - music mode
      40 Hz to 16 kHz
    • Certifications
      CE, CB, FCC, IC, NOM, NTC, EAC, PSB, ICASA, TELEC, SIRIM, ACMA, NZ Telepermit, UL, Bluetooth®
  • Fit & comfort
    • Headset form factor
      Headband, neckband included as accessories (Mono)
  • Ease of use
    • Intuitive audio control
      Answer/end call - Reject call - Volume control
    • Voice/mute
    • Busylight
      Integrated red light on the microphone tip and the headset, activated when on a call or manually by the user when busy, to act as a “do not disturb” signal
  • Battery
    • Talk-time
      Up to 13 hours
    • Charging time
      30 mins for 40% charge
      90 mins for 100% charge
  • Connectivity
    • Connectivity
      Deskphone, USB deskphone, softphone, 2x mobile (Bluetooth®)
    • Connection (mini jack, USB, etc.)
      2x micro USB, RJ-9 for handset, RJ-9 for deskphone audio, RJ-45 for AUX
    • DECT device
    • NFC
    • Bluetooth® device
      Yes, in base
    • Bluetooth® version
    • Supported Bluetooth® modes
      SCO, eSCO, Sniff mode
    • Supported Bluetooth® profiles
      Headset, hands-free and PBAB
    • Paired devices (up to)
      2 Bluetooth® devices
    • Wireless range
      Up to 150m
    • Headset bandwidth
      Narrowband and wideband.
      Optimised for music (when not on a call)
  • General
    • Box content
      Headset incl. padding, base, power supply, USB cable, deskphone cable, documentation, Quick Start guide
    • Main unit dimensions (W x D x H)
      Base: 93 x 90 x 106 mm
      Headset: 141 x 32 x 169 mm (Duo) 147 x 32 x 169 (Mono)
    • Headset weight
      82 g (Duo), 56 g (Mono)
    • Security
      DECT Security Step C & using FIPS-approved algorithms for key generation, payload encryption and authentication
    • Warranty
      North America: 1-year limited warranty
      Europe/APAC: 2-years limited warranty
    • Jabra Direct
    • Operating temperature:
      -10° to + 55°C

At one with the universe (of phones and platforms)  

Our contact centre headsets plug-and-play with over 10,000 traditional deskphones. They’re also compatible with most softphone web clients and contact centre platforms including Cisco, Avaya and Genesys Cloud. Wherever you’re at in your digital transformation, we’ll meet you there. See which of our headsets work with your phones or platform in our compatibility guide.

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Frequently asked questions

What devices can it connect to?

The Jabra Engage 75 provides simultaneous connection to up to five devices. It can connect to a deskphone, softphone, analogue phone and two Bluetooth devices.

How long does its battery last?

Offers up to 13 hours of talk-time, depending on usage and a fast charge option delivering 40% battery in just 30 minutes.

What is the wireless range from my laptop/computer?

Jabra Engage 75 delivers superior wireless connectivity to a range up to 150m, enabling 3x more users in the same office space – with no loss in connection quality.

How can I use the Engage 75/65 as a corded headset?


  • Firmware version 2.0.5

If you have installed firmware version 2.0.5 or later (Jabra Direct version 4.x or later is required to install the firmware update), you can use your Jabra Engage 65/75 wireless headset as a wired USB audio device. 

To use your headset as a wired USB audio device, use one of the following options:

  • Option 1
    1. Insert the USB cable into a USB port on the computer.
    2. Press and hold the volume up (+), volume down (-), or Mute button.
    3. Insert the USB cable into the headset.
    4. The headset LED will flash green. When it stops flashing, release the button. You can now select the Jabra Engage 65/75 as an audio device on the computer.

  • Option 2
    1. Insert the USB cable into the headset.
    2. Put the headset on.
    3. Press and hold the volume up (+), volume down (-), or Mute button.
    4. Insert the USB cable into a USB port on the computer.
    5. When you hear the power-on tone in the headset, release the button. You can now select the Jabra Engage 65/75 as an audio device on the computer.

The headset will return to DECT mode after 5 seconds if the USB wired mode is not established.

To change your headset back to a wireless connection, disconnect the USB cable from the headset. The headset will automatically reconnect to the base when it is within range.

When your headset is connected as a wired USB audio device, call controls and the busylight feature on the headset are not supported.

Does it work with Mac and PC?

Yes. It works with both systems.

Does it work with Skype for Business?

Yes. Besides, the Jabra Engage 75 Mono and Stereo are the first headsets in the category to meet Skype for Business Open Office requirements, a Microsoft standard for customers requiring the best headsets for voice transmission.

How secure is it?

DECT standard security protects against wireless intrusion. The Jabra Engage 75 has features going beyond DECT Secure Level C, which provides the highest protection.

Can it be used in a hot-desking environment?

Yes. Hot-desking, where multiple users share one base, is easy because the Jabra Engage 75 mono and stereo can use the same base unit.

For more frequently asked questions, please visit the Jabra Engage 75 support page.


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The new standard.

The way we work is changing. We spend 20% more time collaborating than we did six years ago, but available concentration time has shrunk by 10%.

We’ve re-engineered our world-leading Evolve Series, allowing us to bring you significant performance enhancements across the board. A new standard of noise isolation, improved busylight and richer audio for both calls and music. The Evolve2 range is based on a upgradeable platform that will add even more value and future proof your investment.

These are professional headsets, but not as you know them. Welcome to the new standard.

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* Relates to the Jabra Engage 75/65 Stereo and Mono variants. 19 February 2018. See facts on