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Jabra Elite 45e or Elite Active 45e Bluetooth Wireless In-Ear Headphones w/ Mic

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Jabra has Jabra Elite 45e or Elite Active 45e Bluetooth Wireless In-Ear Headphones w/ Mic (various colors) on sale for $30. Shipping is free. Thanks JuJuFrankenbean & savenow2020

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Alternatively, Various Retailers have Jabra Elite 45e Bluetooth Wireless In-Ear Headphones w/ Mic for $29.99. Shipping is free unless otherwise noted.

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I use the 65e for Teams calls all day and find them very comfortable with the smallest ear pieces.
Jabra 65e..? How much did you pay/was it off of a SD thread? Need a comfy set for work man...
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Wireless ? Smilie)))
Yes. The connection from this unit to your phone is wireless.
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why are they called wireless?
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why are they called wireless?
Do they have a cord attached to them? Cmon man they are Bluetooth...
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Would you or would anyone ever use these as a work from home type of setup, aka VOiP calls all day?
I have a similar qaullty from anker going on 3 years now, they work fine paring to a computer for Skype/zoom whatever calls. Mic quaulty and sound quality from the computer is a bit downgraded from my actual headset. However it sure beats using the crap computer mics for your voice calls. Nothing worse than another person does not have any mic and you cant hear them on their end!
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Do they have a cord attached to them? Cmon man they are Bluetooth...
Must be a younger generation where everything is wireless for them! I personally love my similar anker brand with the cable. Never loose them.
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Do these work well for Vlogging on YouTube?
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If you are worried about mic quality I would suggest taking a look at the Jabra EVOLVE 75e refurbished on Amazon. Those have a really good mic for conf calls, and the refurb price has been about ~$40 for the past few weeks (MS compatible). The evolve 65e would be comparable, but I haven't seen as good of a deal on those in recent weeks.

Note: "Elite" models are Jabras consumer line of products, while "evolve" models are more of a professional grade product... The microphones are typically better on evolve line products.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VBQ3...xFb160YHHW
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Jabra 65e..? How much did you pay/was it off of a SD thread? Need a comfy set for work man...
Work paid. They were absurdly expensive.
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Good deal. Thanks
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If you are worried about mic quality I would suggest taking a look at the Jabra EVOLVE 75e refurbished on Amazon. Those have a really good mic for conf calls, and the refurb price has been about ~$40 for the past few weeks (MS compatible). The evolve 65e would be comparable, but I haven't seen as good of a deal on those in recent weeks.

Note: "Elite" models are Jabras consumer line of products, while "evolve" models are more of a professional grade product... The microphones are typically better on evolve line products.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VBQ3...xFb160YHHW
MS compatible? What's MS?
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Would you or would anyone ever use these as a work from home type of setup, aka VOiP calls all day?
Can't speak for the Elite 45e, but I am super happy with my refurbished Evolve 75e (w/ 3 mics) for $40 when I purchased. Use daily on MS Teams or Webex calls 4-6hrs/day...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VBQ3...xFb160YHHW
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MS compatible? What's MS?
Microsoft's software is different than all other conference call software. So this works a bit better with Skype/Teams than the universal ("UC") designation.

A fairly important detail for those doing the work from home grind, and their employer/customer uses a specific software for conf calls.
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I have a set of Elite 65t's and now a set of Evolve 75e's. They are both awesome...can't complain. They fit well, the neckband is really comfortable and convenient, and the noise cancelation on both are sufficient for my home office needs. Highly recommend.
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If you are worried about mic quality I would suggest taking a look at the Jabra EVOLVE 75e refurbished on Amazon. Those have a really good mic for conf calls, and the refurb price has been about ~$40 for the past few weeks (MS compatible). The evolve 65e would be comparable, but I haven't seen as good of a deal on those in recent weeks.

Note: "Elite" models are Jabras consumer line of products, while "evolve" models are more of a professional grade product... The microphones are typically better on evolve line products.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VBQ3...xFb160YHHW
I'll take a look at this pair. Thanks for the info!
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