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Jabra Engage 75: The Meaning Of Lights

Your Jabra Wireless Headset has lights and indicators that will help you figure out what is going on with your headset at any given time. In this article you will learn what a lot of them mean.


Jabra Engage 75 wireless headset dashboard and lights

Note: We do not currently carry Jabra headsets. Thus, we do not know much about these headsets beyond what is mentioned in these articles. Sorry about that!


On the base

Green Handset: Press this to turn on headset in phone mode (does the same thing as the on/off button on the headset itself)

Red Handset: Press this to turn headset off in phone mode (again, the on/off button on the headset does the same thing)

Connection indicators: In picture 1 above, they are to the left under the green handset light. They indicate what devices you currently have connected. In the picture, you can see it is connected to desk phone and cell phone

Battery indicator: It is located to the right of the current time. There are 10 total battery bars, just so you know

Menu button: Located under the time. You press this to open the menu. Once in the menu, press it again to navigate down; hold menu button to navigate up

Minus and Plus buttons: Once in the menu, use these buttons to navigate from side to side within the menu. When in a volume setting, used to move volume up and down

Check button: Used to confirm a selection

Back button: Located to the right of the menu button, used to go back a step in settings


On the headset

Orange pulsing: Headset on the charger and charging

Solid Green: Headset is on charger; fully charged

Solid red: Headset turned on in phone mode, also will light up microphone tip. Doubles as a busy light!

Flashing Blue: Headset is in pairing mode



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