|Product Dimensions||3.3 x 11.94 x 11.94 cm; 300 Grams|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Item Model Number||7510-309|
|Other display features||Wireless|
|Item Weight||300 g|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||13 November 2017|
Jabra Speak 510 UC USB/Bluetooth Portable Audio Conferencing Speakerphone - Retail Pack for Offices
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
|Item dimensions L x W x H||33 x 119 x 119 millimetres|
|Item Weight||300 Grams|
About this item
- Portable UC Conference Room - Optimized for Unified Communications
- Ideal for one-to-one and small-group conference calls
- Connects via USB cable or via Bluetooth to PC, tablet or mobile device
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Increase productivity and stay focused wherever you are with the Jabra Speak 510+ MS, a portable unified communications speakerphone that gives you the power to literally turn any room into a conference room. You get outstanding sound quality and a plug-and-play solution that can connect to your PC via USB, and tablet or smartphone via Bluetooth or USB. Rechargeable battery - Up to 15 hours talk-time
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Crystal clear conversations
Crystal clear voice experience ensures everyone is heard for more efficient meetings.
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I would absolutely recommend it to anyone who needs to work from home or a small single-user office and can use a speakerphone. It is certainly much more comfortable than any headset and better for your ears too.
The sound quality is great FOR VOICE (don't expect it to do good with your MP3 collection...), battery lasts to me for 1-2 days and it lets me connect the PC (via USB or wireless dongle) and the mobile phone (via bluetooth) at the same time.
It integrates perfectly with Webex and Teams on both Windows and Android.
Haven't tried with S4B but I would expect it to do as with Teams.
I haven't been able to test it on a meeting room with multiple people, obviously.
In any case, strongly recommend and I would certainly buy again.
1) As a plain speaker on the desktop there are delays or corrupted sound alerts from Windows 10 (voice conferencing has no problems though).
2) It would have been better if the fixed, wrap-around USB cable was detachable.
3) If the USB cable was detachable, a longer one could be used, as the standard one is a bit short for my use.
4) Ergonomically, the rear mute button would be better at the front, as it will probably be used most frequently in a call; and the front call-end button should be at the back, as it will be used once in the call, and being at the front it can be accidentally hit during the use of the Jabra.
5) It claims to be MS Teams compatible, and shows up in the Jabra software as being connected to MS Teams, and inside MS Teams all is setup for Jabra. However, I can never get the Jabra call and call-end buttons to operate under MS Teams, I need to call and end via the Windows MS Teams software.
I'm happy with this, but will probably go for the Jabra Speak 750 once it comes back in stock.
Performance wise I tested it at home using phone and laptop, both sound great, no need to hover over the speaker you can sit in your chair comfortably and talk.....most of the time.
The issues, I got mixed feedback about my voice quality. Sometimes great, sometimes people were moaning I sounded distant. Nothing had changed, I work in IT and run a hard wired mesh network throughout my house with no dropouts so I'm certain it wasn't network related. Plug my old wired headset in and I sound better when there are issues, yet sometimes it's just as clear as my headset (3.5mm headphone jack connected). Then I spend an hour on a less formal meeting and I warned my attendees I was going to be swapping between wired headset, jabra via USB and just using the laptop speaker / mic, I wouldn't be telling them, and if they noticed a change in quality they were to tell me. Headset was never an issue, but sometimes the jabra sounded distant, and sometimes when just using the laptop they suffered echo which isn't a surprise and one of my pet hates.
In the end I can't take the up and down performance, so I've returned and gone for the 710 instead (MS certified again). Too early to comment on the quality of that one but I've got a colleague who uses one and always sounds crystal clear on the same laptop and same OS build provided by work. If anything material pops up that changes my mind I'll pop back and update this review.
With regards to bluetooth via phone, I haven't used it all any that much but never had any complaints. I just don't think I've used it in that mode enough to pass comment in any detail.