Yealink Bluetooth Headset Series Comparison 2023 – BH71 vs BH72 vs BH76

Yealink is a company that’s well-known for producing good quality technology products such as iP phones, conferencing equipment, speakerphones and more recently, communication headsets. Yealink is one of the newer brands of headsets on the market, and it didn’t take long for that brand to gain traction, and for a lot of good reasons.

In this blog, I’ll cover these Yealink headset products:

I’ll provide you with an overview of each of these different headsets, and a way you can hear how each sounds in terms of microphone sound quality, and the headset’s ability to remove unwanted background noise, the kind that we all find to be challenging.

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Yealink BH71

Image of Yealink BH71 earpiece and case on desktop next to a mobile phone

Small, compact, comfortable, feature rich, professional sound, discreet, versatile all help to describe this unique Bluetooth headset from Yealink.

At a glance, here’s what you can expect from the Yealink BH71 Bluetooth headsets. 

BH71 – $95.00

Side view of a man wearing a Yealink BH71 wireless headset

This is a headset that Yealink has targeted for the road warrior who’s on the go and needs a comfortable, great sounding on-ear Bluetooth headset. The BH71 comes with:

  • Up to 10 hours of talk time which is more than the Poly 5200 offers 
  • Adjustable, sliding earpiece for getting the perfect fit
  • Different sizes of ear gels for further customization
  • Crown style volume adjustment dial
  • 4 beamforming microphones 
  • Noise canceling feature for suppressing unwanted background noise
  • Hard shell travel case

Versatile earpiece

Yealink BH71 earpiece in hands showing how it adjusts for different sizes of ears

This is the perfect solution for anyone who prefers an earpiece style headset over those worn over the head. The BH71 earpiece adjusts to make it bigger or smaller, meaning it’s able to size to your specific ear for a personalized fit. And when you can further customize the fit by selecting the right size ear gel on a headset that only weighs about the same as 3 sheets of paper, you’re in for a comfortable wearing experience.


The BH71 is specifically designed for use with mobile phones, though you can also use it with other Bluetooth devices including Bluetooth enabled computers. With that said, the BH71 Pro is your better choice for computer connectivity which I’ll explain in a moment.

BH71 Pro – $159.00

Image of yealink BH71 pro earpiece, charge case, and USB adapter on desk top next to mobile phone and computer keyboard

The BH71 Pro picks up where the BH71 leaves off. You not only get everything that the BH71 offers, but you also get:

  • A USB adapter for a better computer connection, better audio quality and longer range
  • A hard case with recharge capability giving you up to 30 hours of talk with 10 hours, plus two recharges through the case. The BH71 case doesn’t recharge the headset, whereas the Pro model case does.

The BH71 Pro is a solid choice for those who consider themselves hybrid workers who toggle between different work locations. Hybrid workers may work from home, in the local coffee shop, in a car, in an office or any combination of them which makes the BH71 a very attractive headset to consider. 

Sound quality and talk time

Because the BH71 Pro comes with the USB adapter and the recharge case, you get a better call quality experience, longer wireless talk range and power on the go. That makes The BH71 Pro a great headset choice if you use a computer to communicate, but you also need a good headset for your mobile phone. 

BH71 Workstation – $239.00

Yealink BH71 workstation Bluetooth wireless headset base, earpiece, case, and adapter on desktop next to computer and mobile phone

The BH71 Workstation really takes this headset up a notch. You get more, but the price you pay is well worth it when you consider the features and capabilities of this headset.

  • Workstation base with 3 inch touchscreen
  • Speakerphone built into the base
  • 3 port USB hub for those who don’t have enough USB ports on our computers (which means most of us)
  • Built in wireless charger for recharging convenience
  • Deskphone, PC, and mobile phone connectivity
Yealink BH71 Workstation base 3 inch display being used

As with the other BH71 models, you get the 4 beamforming, noise canceling microphones, adjustable earpiece, ear gels plus the added advantage of being able to use the headset with a deskphone. 

So whether you plan on working in the office, on the go, or at home, the BH71 keeps you in touch.

BH71 Workstation Pro – $287.00

Yealink BH71 Workstation Pro with headset, base, charge case and USB adapter pictured on a desk next to a mobile phone, computer and desk phone

The BH71 Workstation Pro is the ultimate headset in the BH71 line because it has everything with the key difference between the BH71 Workstation, and the BH71 Workstation Pro is the Pro model comes with a charge case, and a USB adapter. This means you get everything; 

  • A USB adapter for a better computer connection, better sound, and longer wireless range.
  • A charge case to transport the headset, and to recharge it when needed
  • Triple connectivity; deskphone, computer and mobile phone
  • Eye appealing, and functional 3 inch touchscreen
  • Wireless charger built into the Workstation base for recharging convenience
  • Integrated 3 port USB hub because we all never seem to have enough USB ports
  • An on board speakerphone for handsfree, headset free conversations
Yealink BH71 Workstation Pro headset with mobile phone in the built in Qi wireless charger and headset docked in the charging cradle


So if you’re working in an office, and you need to connect to a deskphone, the BH71 Workstation Pro has you covered.

If you’re working at home on your Laptop, the BH71 Workstation Pro has you covered.

If you’re on the go, in your car, but still need to be in touch with your customers or colleagues, yes, the Yealink BH71 Workstation Pro has you covered there too.

Headset weight

Man sitting at a computer wearing the Yealink BH71 earpiece while viewing a computer screen

And if weight in a headset means anything to you, the BH71 earpiece weighs about the same as 3 sheets of paper. As you can imagine, that’s not much, which means it won’t be weighing your ear down, or giving you ear fatigue.

Sound quality

But what does all this mean if a headset sounds bad? The short answer is it’s not worth much if that were the case. Fortunately that’s not the case with the BH71. It has a professional sound, and it reduces background noise. Yealink states that the BH71 was designed to remove up to 90% of that noise. If you’d like to hear how the BH71 did in our noise tests, make sure to watch our video where we tested it against several different noises.

Wireless range

Yealink BH71 wireless headset earpiece on man walking down the street

Last but not least, the BH71 Workstation models are rated to give you up to 250 feet of wireless range compared to non-Workstation models which are rated up to 100 feet. We didn’t test this headset for wireless range, so I’ll defer that to other sources. But in our past tests of other Yealink wireless headsets, we found them to provide the range stated in the product information.

You’ll be hard pressed to find a better value

All in all, I think you’d be hard pressed to find a better overall value than what you get in the Yealink BH71 headsets. They’re lightweight, comfortable, professional sounding, fully featured and reasonably priced which checks a lot of boxes.

And the Yealink BH71 is perhaps one of the most versatile headsets available today, with its many features, especially the Workstation models. This is one headset that’s bound to leave you impressed. 

Learn more by watching this BH71 review video

Want a deeper dive into the BH71? Here’s a review video of the Yealink BH71 for you to check out to learn more. In this video you’ll also hear how the microphone sounds, and how well it removes background noise.

BH71 FAQ’s 

QWhat is the range of the BH71?

A: This depends on the BH71 model in use. For example, the BH71, and BH71 Pro are rated up to 100 feet of range. The two Workstation models are rated up to 250 feet.

Q: How long does the BH71 battery last? 

A: This too depends on the BH71 headset model being used. The BH71, and BH71 Workstation models are rated up to 10 hours of talk time. The BH71 Pro, and the Workstation Pro models, which both come with a portable charging case, are rated up to 30 hours of talk time (10 hours plus two recharges for a total of up to 30 hours)

QHow do I connect the Yealink BH71 to my computer?

A: If you’re connecting your Yealink BH71 headset to a Bluetooth enabled computer, you’d connect it wirelessly. You’d put the headset in the pairing mode, and through the Bluetooth setting options on the computer, select the BH71 from the available connection options.

If you’re connecting to a computer via a USB adapter, plug the adapter into the USB port. With a charged headset you’re ready to go because the adapter is pre-paired to the headset.

In the case of the Workstation models, the headset is pre-paired to the base. So, plug the USB cable into the computer, and you’re ready to go.

QWhat’s the difference between the Yealink BH71, and the BH71 Pro?

A: The Yealink BH71 doesn’t come with a USB adapter, or a portable charge case where the BH71 Pro does. The Workstation Pro also comes with a USB adapter, and portable charge case.

Q: What’s the difference between the Yealink Workstation, and the Workstation Pro?

A: The Workstation model doesn’t come with a USB adapter, or portable charge case where the Workstation Pro model does.

Q: How do you charge the Yealink BH71 headset?

A: That depends on the BH71 model being used. The base model BH71 is recharged via a charge cable. The BH71 Pro can also be charged in the portable charge case. The Workstation model has a built-in Qi wireless charger, and the Workstation Pro model can be charged through a cable, wireless charger, or in the charge case.

Q:  Will the BH71 work with my desk phone?

A:  You can connect to Bluetooth enabled desk phones, or to desk phones via a USB port. You can also connect through a cable from the Workstation base to a desk phone. So it depends on the specific BH71 model in use as to how you’d connect to a desk phone.

Q:  Does the Yealink BH71 sound good?

A:  Yealink designed the BH71 to have professional sound. It contains four built-in microphones to help you sound good, and it’s designed to remove up to 90% of background noise according to Yealink.

Yealink BH71 Resources

Yealink BH71 Workstation, and BH71 Workstation Pro Quick Start Guide

BH71 Datasheet

BH71 Product Flyer

47 second animated video on how to wear the Yealink BH71 earpiece

For a more in-depth look into the Yealink BH71, make sure to watch our Youtube review video above.

Yealink BH72

Yealink BH72 over the head, double ear Bluetooth headset

The Yealink BH72 is an entry level, over the head, double ear headset that’s available in black or gray, and comes with a USB adapter for computer connection.

You can choose between the standard BH72 with wireless charging, or the BH72 Lite which can only be charged using a cable if you’d like to save a few dollars. While charging with the cable, both of these headsets can continue to be used.

Yealink BH72 Gray headset shown with charge cable being plugged into it


With a full charge the battery on the BH72 provides

  • Up to 40 hours of listening time
  • And 35 hours of talk time

This puts the BH72 among the top in terms of battery output. You don’t have to look far to find other Bluetooth headsets that provide much less power.

When charging with the cable, 5 minutes gives you 4 hours of listening time, and 3 hours of talk time which is impressive. A full charge takes 3 hours.


Side shot of a man wearing the Yealink BH72 headset

The BH72 comes with multiple beamforming microphones in a discreet, retractable boom. When you need to make a call, slide out the microphone boom, but when you’re not on calls, slide it in so it’s out of sight and out of the way.

Noise reduction

The Yealink BH72 features Acoustic Shield noise reduction technology. This has been found to be highly effective at removing unwanted background noise. Acoustic Shield can tame even the noisiest of situations giving you and your callers a clear, noise free call. On other Yealink headsets that we’ve tested, Acoustic Shield did an exceptional job at removing noise, so you’ll know that this technology is solid.

Busy light

The BH72 comes with a highly visible built-in busy light. This helps to keep interruptions to a minimum, and helps to keep you more productive. The busy light can be activated automatically by incoming calls, or you can turn it on manually.


Rear shot of a man wearing a light gray colored Yealink BH72 wireless headset

The Yealink BH72 is an easy headset to wear even for extended periods of time. The headband is nicely wrapped and padded, and the ear cushions are perforated for sound enhancement, and they’re well cushioned.

UC Certified

The Yealink BH72 is certified for use with Microsoft Teams, RingCentral and  Zoom. These are three of the most popular UC communication applications used today. So if you step away from your desk, you won’t miss a call because you can answer them right from the headset with a simple push of a button. No voice messages to listen to, and you’ll be giving your callers better service.


Close up image of two Yealink BH72 ear cushions. One black, one light gray with both showing perforations for better sound flow, and right, left side designations

The speakers on the Yealink BH72 utilize a Wolff Diaphragm which is recognized as a world class audio component designed to deliver high-end sound quality. Clearly Yealink could have gone a different way, but they decided instead to keep it real, as in real good.

If you’re in the market for a modestly priced Bluetooth headset, the Yealink BH72 would be a very good model to consider.

BH72 & BH72 Lite review videos

To learn more about the Yealink BH72, and the BH72 Lite and to hear how they performed in our sound tests, check out the videos below.

BH72 FAQ’s

Q:  How long does the Yealink BH72 battery last?

A: The battery provides up to 40 hours of listening time and up to 35 hours of talk time on a single charge. 

5 minutes on the charger gives you 4 hours of talk time, and a full battery recharge takes 3 hours.

Q: Is the Yealink  BH72 compatible with my phone?

A: That depends on the make, model and type of phone being used. If you’re using a mobile phone, then the BH72 will work with it fine as both devices are Bluetooth enabled.

If you’re using a desk phone, chances are it won’t work unless it’s either Bluetooth enabled, or has USB ports for peripheral devices.

Q:  How do I connect the Yealink BH72 to my phone?

A: You’d connect the Yealink BH72 the same way you’d connect any other Bluetooth headset.

You’d start by putting the Yealink BH72 in pairing mode by pressing and holding the power button for 5 seconds (if the headset is off).

Or, you can press the button located between the volume + and – button for 3 seconds if the headset is in an idle state.

Next, you’ll want to put your mobile phone in the discover mode through the settings menu. 

Once the phone recognizes the Yealink BH72, and displays it, select it and you’re ready to go.

NOTE: If you’re prompted for a passcode, try using 0000 or 1234

QWhat is the noise cancellation like on the Yealink BH72?

A: Yealink has done an excellent job at producing headsets that remove noise. They refer to their noise reduction technology as SoundShield. According to Yealink, SoundShield reduces as much as 90% of background noise. 

The Yealink BH72 comes with Acoustic Shield technology so you should expect it to remove a lot of noises from your environment.

Q: What is  the warranty on the Yealink BH72?

A: 2 years

QHow do I troubleshoot problems with the Yealink BH72?

A: You have a few options. 

  1. You can refer to your user guide to find the answer to your question(s). 
  2. You can contact the manufacturer directly
  3. If you purchased through Headset Advisor, you can reach out to our support team here. 

Q: What’s the difference between the Yealink BH72, and the BH72 Lite?

A: The BH72 Lite doesn’t have wireless charging capabilities. The BH72 Lite battery can only be recharged via the included USB cable.

Yealink BH72, and BH72 Lite Resources

BH72/BH72 Lite datasheet

BH72/BH72 Quick Start Guide

Yealink BH76

This is Yealink’s premium Bluetooth wireless headset that’s available in these configurations:

  1. BH76 with charging stand – $245.00
  2. BH76 without charging stand – $231.99
  3. Microsoft Teams version
  4. UC version
  5. Color choices of black, or gray
Yealink BH76 black, and BH76 headset in light gray haning on a stand side by side

Worn over the head, covering two ears, the Yealink BH76 works wherever you call your office. Home, the local coffee shop, or with your best pals at the office, the BH76 is up for the job. It can connect via Bluetooth to your mobile phone, or by using the included USB adapter, you can use it with your laptop or desktop computers.


Active Noise Cancellation is a relatively new feature that’s becoming more common on business headsets. But, unlike headsets that only give you the choice of ANC on/off, the Yealink BH76 has four modes.

You can choose the mode that’s right for your specific working conditions which allows you to hear as much, or as little of your background sound as you like. Yealink calls this Intelligent Dynamic ANC.


The Yealink BH76 comes with four beamforming microphones that are built into the retractable microphone boom. The BH76 also incorporates SoundShield noise reduction technology so your callers don’t hear the sounds going on around you. They’ll hear you loud and clear which makes for a more productive call.

Close up view of the Yealink BH76 headset being held with finger resting on the end of the microphone boom

And when the microphone isn’t needed, simply slide it out of sight. Sliding the microphone also mutes it, so rather than fumbling around to find a mute button, simply push on the microphone boom and you’re muted. Pull it back down, and you’re back on your call.

Close up view of the Yealink BH76 microphone boom with a finger resting on the retracted boom arm

Speaker sound quality

The speakers on the Yealink BH72 sound good, but the ones on the BH76 are even better. The BH76 uses the same Wolff Diaphragm, but it also includes an Adopted Hi-Fi level code aptX which delivers true sound, less distortion and noise floor which leads to a higher audio listening experience. The bass notes are solid, the mids are pleasing and the highs are sharp, so I feel safe in saying that you’ll enjoy the sound that these speakers pump out.Adopted Hi-Fi level audio codec aptX

Busy light

Like the BH72, the Yealink BH76 comes with busy lights to let those around you know when you’re on a call. Yealink refers to these busy lights as Ultra-Wide Angle Visible Busy lights. These lights are designed to turn on when an incoming call is received, or you can manually turn them on by pressing and holding the two volume buttons simultaneously. Either way, you avoid being interrupted and can keep your concentration. 

Battery & charging

Yealink BH76 wireless headset resting on the Qi wireless charge stand

The battery in the Yealink BH76 is stout. By that I mean you get the same battery output as you do with the BH72 which is:

  • Up to 40 hours of listening
  • Up to 35 hours of talking
  • 5 minutes charging using the cable gives you 4 hours of music, and 3 hours of talk time
  • A full charge takes 3 hours

An option for the BH76 is a headset stand that incorporates a wireless charger. This gives you a place to hang your headset, but it also gives you the ability to recharge your headset. And if you’re using your headset, you can recharge your mobile phone, which is nice.

UC compatibility

When you use a headset you not only want it to be comfortable, and sound good, but you want it to work with your applications. Yealink understands this which is why they made the BH76 to be compatible with all the leading UC applications such as:

  • Microsoft Teams
  • RingCentral
  • Zoom
  • Cisco Webex
  • Google Meet
  • Avaya
  • Unify
  • And others

No need to worry about the Yealink BH76 being compatible with the software you use to communicate. Just plug it in, and do what you do best.

Want a deeper dive into the BH76?

Here’s a review video we did on the Yealink BH76 including a microphone sound test. Check it out to learn more.


Q: What are the highlights of the Yealink BH76?

A: The Yealink BH76 highlights include

  • Enhanced audio for a more pleasant listening experience.
  • 4 levels of Active Noise Cancellation for better noise control and concentration which Yealink calls Intelligent Dynamic ANC.
  • 4 beamforming microphones for enhanced voice audio quality
  • Acoustic Shield noise reduction technology to remove up to 90% of background noise for a better quality call.
  • A retractable microphone boom arm that disappears when not needed, but is easily retreived when you need to be on calls.
  • Ultra wide angle busy light for fewer interruptions while on calls
  • Robust battery for 40 hours of listening, and 35 hours of talk with rapid charging feature.
  • Remote call control with popular software applications

Q: Does BH76 support APTX codec?

A: Yes it does. Here’s what you’ll find on the Yealink BH76 webpage: 

“Adopted Hi-Fi level audio codec aptX delivers pure and delicate sound with less distortion, lower noise floor, and intricate details of high-quality music.”

Q:  What are the benefits of using theYealink BH76?

A: You get

  1. A comfortable headset that’s able to be worn for extended periods of time.
  2. A headset that will allow you to sound loud, clear and professional on your calls.
  3. A headset that can help to significantly lower surrounding, distracting room noise.
  4. A headset that gives you four levels of noise control so you can tune out background noise and keep your concentration.
  5. A headset that converts from business headset to headphones by making the microphone boom arm disappear (it’s fully retractable)
  6. A headset that uses high-end audio components and technology to deliver excellent audio quality.
  7. A professional grade headset to use with your mobile phone, and laptop or desktop computers.

Q:  What are the pros and cons of using the Yealink BH76?

A:  The pros would be the same as noted in the previous question. 

The cons would be:

  1. It’s a headset which is worn over the head. Some people can’t wear over the head style headsets because they get headaches from them.
  2. Another con would be the BH76 is only available in a double ear configuration. Not everyone wants both of their ears covered, because many people like having one ear uncovered so they can hear their surroundings.
  3. If you use certain makes and models of office desk phones, you may not be able to use the Yealink BH76 wireless headset with it. Depending on the exact make and model, it might not be compatible.
  4. HearThrough, or Transparency which is a feature that allows you to keep your headset on while still being able to have a face to face conversation is a feature not found on the Yealink BH76.
  5. Compared to DECT headsets, the BH76 won’t give you as much wireless range because it operates off of a Bluetooth signal which is known not to provide less wireless range.

Q:  Is the Yealink BH76 a good headset?

A:  This is hard to answer because what represents a good headset to one  person, might also represent a bad one to someone else. It really comes down to your specfic needs, and your preferred wearing style. 

Yealink did create the BH76 to be a comfortable, professional sounding, feature rich Bluetooth wireless headset for mobile phones and computers. So if that’s what you’re looking for, then the BH76 should be a good headset for you.

Yealink BH76 Resources

BH76 datasheet

BH76 Quick Start Guide

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3. Pay as you go

Having budget challenges is by no means unusual. In fact, it’s pretty common to just about any business of any size. So it stands to reason that you could come up short of funds when it comes time to buy those new headsets for the team. So what do you do?

  • Wait until next year, and just get by until then?
  • Buy fewer headsets?
  • Buy a lesser model and compromise on the features you need?

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Best Headset Mic 2023 Results!

We wanted to answer the question once and for all which headset has the best noise canceling microphone and sound quality. Is it the Poly Voyager Focus 2, perhaps the Jabra Evolve2 75, the Orosound Tilde Pro, or Airpods? Well, we created a completely blind headset testing website and had all of you cast your votes giving us the information we were looking for.

We compared the top 28 headsets from the brand:

  • Jabra
  • Discover
  • Poly
  • Orosound
  • Yealink
  • Shokz

And even Apple 

Of course we added the ones we thought would do the best, but we also added some others like earbuds, bone conduction, and entry level options that we didn’t think would perform as well. We were extremely curious to see where each of these headsets would end up on the list.

We recorded my voice on every headset on the same computer, in the same exact spot, with a separate computer playing the speaker audio at the same location and volume for every test.

It was more difficult than it seems as each recording needed to be exactly identical, and we did this for every noise category of:

  • Office noises
  • Dogs barking
  • Kids playing
  • Wind noise
  • And even in a quiet environment to test sound quality.

Then we trimmed each clip to be exactly the same length, assigned them a random variable name to disguise each of the headsets, then we invited you all to vote.

The website would present 2 random headsets for a category, every time you voted a new random set would be generated. You could vote as little or as many times you wanted but most people voted about 5-10 times and we received over 7,000 votes giving us plenty of data to get statistically significant results. Not sure you can find this kind of information anywhere on the internet.

With that said, here are the results of our blind microphone tests. 


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HeadsetPriceWireless or WiredConnectivityWearing StyleANC
Yealink UH37$89.00WiredUSBOver the headNo
Jabra Evolve2 55$269.00WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Jabra Evolve2 50$199.00WiredUSBOver the headYes
Jabra Engage 55$269.10WirelessDECTOver the head/convertibleNo
Orosound Tilde Pro Wireless$379.99WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Jabra Evolve2 65 Flex$329.00WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Shokz Opencomm2$199.00WirelessBluetoothbehind the neckNo
Discover D722U$69.99WiredUSBOver the headNo
Poly Voyager 4310$134.99WirelessBluetoothOver the headNo
10 Yealink WH62$152.00WirelessDECTOver the headNo
11 Jabra Engage 50 2$162.80WiredUSBOver the headNo
12 Poly Voyager Focus 2$219.99WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
13 Jabra Evolve2 75$295.00WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
14 Yealink BH71$159.00WirelessBluetoothOver the earNo
15 Discover D713U$79.99WiredUSBOver the headNo
16 Poly Voyager 5200 UC$184.99WirelessBluetoothOver the earNo
17 Yealink WH67$239.00WirelessDECTConvertibleNo
18 Jabra Evolve2 85$373.00WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
19 Discover Adapt 20$159.00WirelessBluetoothOver the headNo
20 Yealink BH76$231.00WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
21 Poly Savi 8220 Office$259.00WirelessDECTOver the headYes
22 Discover D904$199.00WirelessDECTConvertibleNo
23 Poly Voyager Free 60$329.95WirelessBluetoothEarbudsYes
24 Orosound Tilde Pro Wired$379.00WiredUSBOver the HeadYes
25 Apple Airpods 3rd Gen$159.00WirelessBluetoothEarbudsNo
26 Discover D712U$89.99WiredUSBOver the HeadNo
27 Jabra Evolve2 Buds$242.10WirelessBluetoothEarbudsYes
28 Discover Adapt 30$219.99WirelessDECTOver the headNo

Best Value with Best Mic 

HeadsetPriceWireless or WiredConnectivityWearing StyleANC
Yealink UH37$89.00WiredUSBOver the headNo
Discover D722U$69.99WiredUSBOver the headNo
Discover D713U$79.99WiredUSBOver the headNo
Poly Voyager 4310$134.99WirelessBluetoothOver the headNo
Jabra Engage 50 2$162.10WiredUSBOver the headNo
Jabra Evolve2 50WiredUSBOver the headYes
Poly Voyager Focus 2WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Yealink BH71WirelessBluetoothOver the earNo
Yealink WH62WirelessDECTOver the headNo
10 Poly Voyager 5200 UCWirelessBluetoothOver the earNo
11 Shokz Opencomm2WirelessBluetoothbehind the neckNo
12 Jabra Engage 55WirelessDECTOver the head/convertibleNo
13 Jabra Evolve2 55WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
14 Discover Adapt 20WirelessBluetoothOver the headNo
15 Discover D712UWiredUSBOver the HeadNo
16 Jabra Evolve2 65 FlexWirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
17 Yealink WH67WirelessDECTConvertibleNo
18 Jabra Evolve2 75WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
19 Yealink BH76WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
20 Orosound Tilde Pro WirelessWirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
21 Poly Savi 8220 OfficeWirelessDECTOver the headYes
22 Apple Airpods 3rd GenWirelessBluetoothEarbudsNo
23 Discover D904WirelessDECTConvertibleNo
24 Jabra Evolve2 85WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
25 Poly Voyager Free 60WirelessBluetoothEarbudsYes
26 Jabra Evolve2 BudsWirelessBluetoothEarbudsYes
27 Orosound Tilde Pro WiredWiredUSBOver the HeadYes
28 Discover Adapt 30WirelessDECTOver the headNo

Best Brand for Overall Headset Microphones

BrandAvg Vote Per Headset

Wired Headset Best Mic 

HeadsetWireless or WiredConnectivityWearing StyleANC
Yealink UH37WiredUSBOver the headNo
Jabra Evolve2 50WiredUSBOver the headYes
Discover D722UWiredUSBOver the headNo
Jabra Engage 50 2WiredUSBOver the headNo
Discover D713UWiredUSBOver the EarNo
Orosound Tilde Pro WiredWiredUSBOver the HeadYes
Discover D712UWiredUSBOver the HeadNo

Wireless Headset Best Mic

HeadsetWireless or WiredConnectivityWearing StyleANC
Jabra Evolve2 55WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Jabra Engage 55WirelessDECTOver the head/convertibleNo
Orosound Tilde Pro WirelessWirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Jabra Evolve2 65 FlexWirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Shokz Opencomm2WirelessBluetoothbehind the neckNo
Poly Voyager 4310WirelessBluetoothOver the headNo
Yealink WH62WirelessDECTOver the headNo
Poly Voyager Focus 2WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Jabra Evolve2 75WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
10 Yealink BH71WirelessBluetoothOver the earNo
11 Poly Voyager 5200 UCWirelessBluetoothOver the earNo
12 Yealink WH67WirelessDECTConvertibleNo
13 Jabra Evolve2 85WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
14 Discover Adapt 20WirelessBluetoothOver the headNo
15 Yealink BH76WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
16 Poly Savi 8220 OfficeWirelessDECTOver the headYes
17 Discover D904WirelessDECTConvertibleNo
18 Poly Voyager Free 60WirelessBluetoothEarbudsYes
19 Apple Airpods 3rd GenWirelessBluetoothEarbudsNo
20 Jabra Evolve2 BudsWirelessBluetoothEarbudsYes
21 Discover Adapt 30WirelessDECTOver the headNo

Best Headset Mic With Active Noise Cancellation (ANC)

HeadsetWireless or WiredConnectivityWearing StyleANC
Jabra Evolve2 55WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Jabra Evolve2 50WiredUSBOver the headYes
Orosound Tilde Pro WirelessWirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Jabra Evolve2 65 FlexWirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Poly Voyager Focus 2WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Jabra Evolve2 75WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Jabra Evolve2 85WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Yealink BH76WirelessBluetoothOver the headYes
Poly Savi 8220 OfficeWirelessDECTOver the headYes
10 Poly Voyager Free 60WirelessBluetoothEarbudsYes
11 Orosound Tilde Pro WiredWiredUSBOver the HeadYes
12 Jabra Evolve2 BudsWirelessBluetoothEarbudsYes

Wireless Earbuds with Best Mic

HeadsetWireless or WiredConnectivityWearing StyleANC
Shokz Opencomm2WirelessBluetoothbehind the neckNo
Poly Voyager Free 60WirelessBluetoothEarbudsYes
Apple Airpods 3rd GenWirelessBluetoothEarbudsNo
Jabra Evolve2 BudsWirelessBluetoothEarbudsYes

Jabra Evolve2 75 – It’s time for an upgrade!

Jabra is well-known for manufacturing high quality, professional sounding headsets for use in business.

When they released the Evolve2 75, it was an immediate best seller. And, for a lot of good reasons.

Professional sound qualilty

From the very first call, it’s easy to see, or I should say, hear, how good it sounds. Not only do you come across loud, clear and professional, but the microphone does an amazing job at removing unwanted background noise which is something your callers will appreciate.

Speakers to impress

While many headsets give you small, ordinary sounding speakers, Jabra stepped things up with the Evolve2 75. It comes with chunky 40 mm speakers for a solid sounding listening experience. Yes, you’ll get that bass bump you want, but you’ll also get pleasing mids, and sharp highs which makes taking a break from business a real pleasure.


Active Noise Cancellation is a standard feature on the Evolve2 75. So when noise in your work area starts to rise, activate ANC, and you’ll notice that distracting noise fades away. You keep your concentration, and you get more done.


This is another one of those features that’s showing up more and more on business headsets. If you want to hear your surroundings, or have a face-to-face conversation with someone while wearing the headset, you can. And by the way, you won’t need to remove the headset to do these things.

Press a button on the headset to activate the external microphones to hear what you want, and press it again to resume what you were doing.


The battery is pretty stout giving you up to 36 hours of listening, and 24 hours of talk time. A recharge takes 160 minutes, and you’ll probably only need to recharge the battery once a week. One less thing on your daily list of things to do.

Short mic boom

The microphone boom is shorter than many others, which is nice because a lot of people don’t like long, bulky looking microphnes.

Flip up the mic to mute it, and flip it back down to unmute. And if you’re receiving an incoming call, flipping the boom down allows you to take the call.

There’s a compartment that stores it out of sight when it’s not needed, which is nice. 


The Jabra Evolve2 75 was designed to be a comfortable headset, and from what I can tell, it looks like they hit the mark.

The ear cushions were constructed from two different materials, one being memory foam that conforms to the shape of your ear, and the other is a slightly more rigid material designed to refract sound, so you don’t hear as much of the background noise.

The headband is not only adjustable to fit you correctly, but it’s very nicely padded across the top and sides. So no matter where the headband might touch you, it’s comfortable all the way around.


The Evolve2 75 is designed to be used with desktop and laptop computers, but also mobile devices. It can store up to 8 connections, and keep two active simultaneously. So toggling between two connected devices is seamless, and quick.

The Evolve2 75 gives you the choice of ordering it with a USB A, or USB C adapter. This way, you can match the right adapter to your specific computer port.

Having the adapter means a better, more stable connection, better sound quality, longer wirleless range, and with some UC Apps, remote call answering.

There’s more to this advanced headset besides what I’ve noted here, but know this; the Evolve2 75 is a headset you should consider seriously. It’s comfortable, professional sounding, removes a lot of unwanted background noise, has some incredible features, and is backed by Jabra, and Headset Advisor, so you can’t go wrong.