Jabra Speak 510 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for Softphone and Mobile Phone – Easy Setup, Portable Speaker for Holding Meetings Anywhere with Outstanding Sound Quality

Regular price $296.70

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SKU: E-13507

Category: Bluetooth speakers, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : October 04 - October 10

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  • CLEARER CONVERSATIONS – The outstanding sound quality in the Jabra Speak 510 wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker ensures everyone is heard during conference calls, making your meeting more efficiently.Power source type:Battery Powered.Speaker size:6.5 inches.Waterproof : No
  • HOLD MEETINGS ANYWHERE – Take audio conferencing to a whole new level and turn any room into a conference room with this wireless, portable speaker. Use it at home, in the office or when traveling
  • EASY SETUP – No IT required. Setup and use of these Bluetooth speakers is a breeze, just connect and dial-in. Compatible with all leading UC platforms.
  • SLIM, COMPACT DESIGN – With a convenient carrying case for use while on-the-go and a slim, compact design, you can bring this wireless Bluetooth speaker anywhere you are.
  • WORKS WITH MANY DEVICES – Plug into your mobile phone, softphone or whatever device you have. The Speak 510 speakerphone works with many types of devices for conference calls and streaming multimedia.

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on July 18, 2023
I've tried a lot of conference pods and this is by far the best. The biggest issue with mother conference pods is mic clarify, and the 710UC is amazing, better than most higher end ones I've used in conference rooms, and the output is loud/clear. The automatic "noise cancelling" that prevents mic from being impacted by ambient noise or it's own speaker's output is amazon. Jabra 710UC is significantly better than Plantronics (they make my favorite headsets for calls), Poly, and Ankor conference pods I've tried. Unfortunately, my Jabra 710UC died after about 3 year. There was no indication of hardware failure or battery issues, it just stopped working all of a sudden. Honestly, 3 years seems reasonable, I don't treat it with too much care, it's in my backpack or suitcase regularly, and I rarely remember to charge before it runs of out battery. 2 of my co-workers bought alternatives based on amazon reviews, and both ended up with barely useable conference pods unless they're in a quiet room and mute after speaking.
Reviewed on May 12, 2023
I was wrestling between the 510 and 710 as both had features I really like when I learned about the 750. It really is the best of both worlds (510 + 710). Setup is easy, takes just seconds and using the Link 370 that comes with the 750 makes connectivity simple. Some things that could use improving: 1) Longer cable, also surprised this item hasn't moved to a USB-C connector 2) Wish it would also include a power adapter Note: both are easily remedied with an extension cable, usb-c adapter and power adapter (the one for the new iPhone work very nicely) 3) Wish the speaker were a bit louder. (I'll be very curious if I can use the microphone on the Jabra and separate speaker / sound-bar combination) 4) My biggest issue with the 750 is the battery indicator. Fully charged it appears as battery that has no charge as all you get is a white outline of a battery. Though no or very little charge is displayed as red battery outline. The green dots by each icon also indicate a sufficient charge but it would be nice to have a visual that's a bit more obvious (bars that indicate level or charge). None of what I mentioned above constitutes a bad rating. The Jabra is a solid product, as it was expected to be. If you're on several conference and Zoom calls a day/week - it's worth the investment for your home office. Full transparency, a few of my peers use the 510 and really liked that model. Hence, what led me to my decision to stick with the Jabra brand.
Reviewed on July 24, 2023
I really like its clear sound, portability, quick connection, no delays. I have been using it for multiple purposes from a regular phone call connecting it to my IPhone to listening to YouTube videos from my laptop MacBook Air.
Reviewed on April 26, 2020
I started searching for a wireless bluetooth speakers to use for conference calls/video calls which occupy. most of my day during our current work-from-home status. While my office uses Skype for Business and is migrating to Microsoft Teams, we also have videoconferences on GoToMeeting, Webex, Zoom and others. Based on those needs and not wanting to spend a tremendous amount of money, I decided to buy the Jabra Speak 510 especially after a colleague told me he had been using it with good results. Delivery was swift and I excitedly connected the speaker via Bluetooth to Dell 7290. Unfortunately, my colleagues complained that my voice was hard to hear and somewhat garbled. Thus began my interactions with the Jabra Support team. The details follow below but the bottom line is that I was extremely pleased with both the Jabra telephone support and email responsiveness. After following the steps outlined below, I have now used the device without any issues for the past week and I am very satisfied with the product. First steps suggested by Jabra Support: 1. Make sure install the latest firmware through Jabra Direct software before using the device. 2. Jabra does NOT recommend using Bluetooth to connect to a computer; they strongly recommended to connect the Jabra device via USB only. 3. While speaking to Jabra Support via phone, we also reviewed my audio settings on the Dell laptop including sensitivity of the microphone. **These first three steps suggested by Jabra Support did improve the sound of my voice and colleagues no longer complained. However, I started hearing some periodic crackling and interruption of audio for about 2 seconds very intermittently. It sounded like interference so I moved all of my other devices and cell phone away from the Jabra but the audio problems persisted. So, I called Jabra Support again after an exchange of emails to make sure I was not using a USB hub because they recommend against that, too. During the phone call, we reviewed several options including trying a different USB port and trying a different computer. And, if that didn't work, Jabra Support agreed that they would replace the device. Next steps: 4. I tried a different USB port on the Dell. Same problem. 5. My personal computer is a MacBook Pro 2017 (15") which only has USB-C ports. So, contrary to Jabra's advice, I used the Jabra with my MacBook (Zoom) using a USB hub not expecting it to work. However, the device worked flawlessly - good sound on my end; no issues with my voice on the other end. 6. Therefore, I decided to try the USB-C hub with the Dell (which also has a USB-C connection). And...the microphone and speaker are working very well; I've had no complaints from my colleagues and there have been no audio issues. 7. I've also used the USB option with my iPhone and that works well - no issues. To be clear, you can't stand 5 feet away from the device and expect people to hear you. However, if it's on your desk and you are sitting, it works fine. Using this set up for the past 3-4 days, I've had multiple calls and videoconferences using Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, GoToMeetings, Zoom and Webex. The integration with the mute button only seems to work for Skype and Microsoft Teams (i.e., setting mute on the Jabra device turns the appropriate icon on the screen to "mute"). However, it's pretty easy to know when you're on mute with the Jabra device (red LEDs around the speaker) so even if the icon on the screen isn't showing mute, when the Jabra is muted, you should be "safe." I haven't tested the battery life fully but it seems to be good. Volume is definitely sufficient. It's not intended to be used for music but for a quick interlude between meetings, it's adequate. I have used the smart button the device with Siri on my iPhone 11 Pro and it works well. The device can be connected to your computer via USB and via your phone via Bluetooth at the same time and it seems the range for the Bluetooth connection is surprisingly good. Bottom line - I was very close to returning the Jabra 510. However, the excellent support from Jabra and a little experimentation paid off. The Jabra 510 is now a very welcome and comfortable option to the various Bluetooth headsets and other wired headsets I have tried.