Jabra Speak Wireless Bluetooth Conference Speaker
The Jabra Speak wireless Bluetooth conference speaker is a sight for sore ears. I don't know about you, but all these work-from-home conference calls have my ears worn out. And not just from listening to blowhards (e.g., my father-in-law) yammer on for 15 to 45 minutes past scheduled meeting times, but, like physically. My ears are sore to the touch after wearing a headset or AirPods for hours every day.
If you're starting to feel the same, Jabra's line of Speak wireless Bluetooth Speakers can provide some relief at least for the tactile infringement on your ears' well-being. With 360-degree microphones and multi-platform compatibility, you can connect the Jabra Speak to your conference calls for clear, "outstanding sound quality" without inserting a single thing over or into your ears.
The Jabra Speak wireless suite includes 510 and 710 models, each with noise-cancelling mics, Bluetooth connectivity, and a speaker battery life of up to 15 hours. Both come in standard, UC (Unified Communications), or MS (Microsoft) optimized versions, though no one seems to know what the significant differences between those 3 variations are. Upgrading to the 710 Jabra Speak will get you space for up to 6 people on a conference call, as opposed to the 510's max 4, plus Jabra says the 710 is built for use as a quality music speaker as well.
Jabra Speak conference speakers are calibrated for use with the following platforms, amongst others: Avaya; Cisco; Skype for business; and Microsoft Teams.