Jabra Engage 50 Wired Headset
Jabra is a global brand specializing in audio and communication solutions. The company is known for producing a wide range of high-quality headphones, earbuds, and speakerphones, primarily targeting the business and consumer markets.
Thank you for using the Jabra Engage 50. We hope you will enjoy it!
Jabra Engage 50 features
- 3-microphone system
- Stereo Sound
- Super wideband
- Status lights on both speakers
- Live microphone guidance and call analytics through Jabra software
- USB-C connectivity
Jabra Engage 50 overview
- Stereo variant
- Mono variant
- Included accessories
- Optional accessories
Optional accessories and replacement parts (ear cushions, etc.) can be purchased online at jabra.com/accessories.
- 120cm USB-C to USB-A extension cable
- 120cm USB-C to USB-C extension cable
- Jabra Engage Link controller (USB-C or USB-A)
How to wear
Wear the Jabra Engage 50 and adjust the headband for a more comfortable fit.
For optimal comfort, the mono headset should be worn with the T-bar high on the side of the head, not on the ear.
- Adjust the microphone
The microphone boom arm can be rotated and shaped to sit close to your mouth. The notches on the boom arm indicate where to bend. Do not bend the tip of the boom arm.
- Position the microphone
For optimal call quality, position the microphone close to the mouth (approx. 1/2” or 12mm).
How to connect
- Connect to computer
Plug the Jabra Engage 50 into a USB-C port on your computer.
Ensure the headset is set as the default audio device for the speaker and microphone in your softphone’s audio settings (e.g. Skype for Business). It is recommended to download and install Jabra Direct to support, manage, and enable optimal functionality of your Jabra Engage 50.
Download via jabra.com/direct
- Connect to the computer using Jabra Engage Link (optional accessory)
Plug the Jabra Engage 50 into a Jabra Engage Link controller (optional accessory). The Jabra Engage link controller plugs into a USB port on the computer, and offers call control of the Jabra Engage 50 with a large number of computer softphones.
Ensure the headset is set as the default audio device for the speaker and microphone in your softphone’s audio settings (e.g. Skype for Business).
It is recommended to download and install Jabra Direct to support, manage, and enable optimal functionality of your Jabra Engage 50.
Download via jabra.com/direct
- Connect to mobile devices
Plug the Jabra Engage 50 into a USB-C port on your mobile device. Not all USB-C devices or apps support an audio connection to the Jabra Engage 50
- Connect using the extension cable (optional accessory)
Plug the Jabra Engage 50 into the USB-C port on the extension cable, and then plug the extension cable into a USB-A or USB-C port on your computer, depending on which extension cable is used. It is important to note that the extension cable cannot be used with the Jabra Engage Link controller.
How to use
The headset itself does not have call controls. When plugged into a computer, calls, and music can be controlled using the computer (or by connecting to a Jabra Engage Link controller).
- Status light
The Status light on the headset indicates to colleagues when you are on a call or busy.
Sidetone enables you to hear your own voice when you are on a call.
Sidetone settings can be configured using Jabra Direct
- Reverse stereo
Reverse stereo enables the left and right audio channels to be switched in the stereo headset.
Reverse stereo settings can be configured using Jabra Direct
Jabra Direct is computer software designed to support, manage, and enable optimal functionality for your Jabra devices
Download via jabra.com/direct
- Firmware update
Jabra Direct will notify you when there is a firmware update available for the headset. During the firmware update process, the LEDs on the Jabra Engage 50 will light up purple. Do not disconnect the Jabra Engage 50 during the firmware update process.
The optional Jabra Engage Link controller is automatically updated whenever the headset is updated, or when plugged into a headset that has been updated. The LEDs on the Jabra Engage Link controller will light up purple to indicate that the firmware is being updated. Do not disconnect the Jabra Engage Link controller from the headset during the firmware update process.
View the FAQs on Jabra.com/engage50
FAQs about Jabra Engage 50 Wired Headset
Is Jabra Engage possible without base?
The Jabra Engage 75 requires a physical base in order to pair with other devices because it is a DECT-connected device. This is also necessary for charging the headset.
What do the buttons on Jabra headsets do?
With a combination of taps, double-taps, and presses, the multi-function button may take calls and end them. The buttons for speaker volume control the headset speaker volume. The headset microphone can be muted or unmuted using the mute button. The LED light shows the status of a call.
How is Jabra tracking implemented?
The last known location of your Jabra device is stored by Jabra Sound+ using location information from your phone. Using the map on your smartphone, you can use this information to find your Jabra device if you lose it. In order to make it easier to find, you can activate your Jabra gadget to create a sound.
Is Jabra’s audio quality good?
The Jabra Elite 85h Wireless over-ear headphones are the best Jabra models we’ve evaluated. Long listening sessions are made comfortable by the well-built over-ears’ comfortable fit. They have a somewhat bass-heavy sound profile that gives mixes just a little bit more thud, rumble, and boom.
Do Jabra earbuds remain in place?
My experience may be different from yours depending on the shape of your ears, but the earphones feel comfortable in mine. Although significantly larger than other Jabra earbud models, the charging case is still compact enough to fit in the majority of pockets. While the other earbud charges within the case, you can use one earbud to listen in mono mode.
Does the Jabra headset require charging?
The included USB charging cable or a wireless charging pad can both be used to recharge your headset. The battery needs about two hours to charge completely. The battery life is up to 32 hours when fully charged. If the headset’s battery runs out, charging it for 15 minutes will provide up to 6 hours of use.
Is Jabra a speaker that can be used?
Jabra Speak 510 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for Mobile Phone and Softphone – Simple Setup, Portable Speaker for Holding Meetings Anywhere with Outstanding Sound Quality.
Can a Jabra headset be used to answer calls?
Without having to hold your iPhone or iPad, you can take calls and converse using the Jabra Enhance Pro PM as a wireless headset. To answer a call and stream it directly to your ears, simply tap the button on your hearing aids. While speaking, release your hands and take advantage of your capacity to multitask.
What does the Jabra headset’s voice button do?
Voice instructions are announcements that will walk you through the setup process or provide status updates for your headphones (such as connection and battery life). By default, voice guiding is turned on. Toggle voice advice on or off alternatively by using Jabra Direct on your computer or Jabra Sound+ on your smartphone.
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