Jabra Evolve series are quite popular models when it comes to wireless Bluetooth headsets in terms of great sound quality and comfort for calling & listening to music under the budget segment. However, it seems that multiple users are experiencing issues with the Bluetooth connectivity with their Jabra Evolve 2 headsets apart from Sound/Audio Distortion, Muffled, or Cutting out on their mobile devices.
According to multiple reports on Reddit, users are getting affected by the audio cutting issue in/out even while the mobile phone moves slightly in the pocket. It’s also very painful and irritating to the affected users because they didn’t expect such kind of experience from such a well-known brand. Even though no other devices are interfering with the connectivity and users have updated the firmware, the issue still persists.
- Fix: Jabra Evolve 2 Sound/Audio Distortion, Muffled, or Cutting out
- 1. Try reloading the firmware on Jabra Evolve 2
- 2. Try disabling the music playback pause function
- 3. Cross-check another mobile device
- 4. Check your audio source
- 5. Reset Jabra Evolve 2
- 6. Keep closer your headsets to the mobile
- 7. Disconnect other devices
- 8. Turn off additional audio features or processing
- 9. Adjust the Bluetooth audio codec
Fix: Jabra Evolve 2 Sound/Audio Distortion, Muffled, or Cutting out
Here we’ve mentioned a couple of possible workarounds that should help you if there is an issue with the low sound or audio muffled or the sound only works in one headset for some unexpected reasons. So, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into the guide below.
1. Try reloading the firmware on Jabra Evolve 2
First of all, you should try reloading the firmware on your Jabra Evolve 2 even though your firmware is up-to-date. To do so:
- Open the Jabra Sound+ app, go to the Headset tab > Tap on the Settings icon.
- Select Personalize your headset > Tap on Voice guidance language.
- Select the current language of the headsets > Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the download and installation.
- Once you put the headsets back into the charging case, make sure to leave them for around 5 minutes more after the LED on the outside of the case stopped flashing purple. It’ll ensure that the update is fully completed.
2. Try disabling the music playback pause function
It was because the headphones were not properly seated in my ears. Then it was pausing and unpausing the music. Maybe not the same issue, but worth a shot, maybe try disabling the pausing function in the app. Keep in mind that the Auto-pause audio feature is turned on by default. If you’re not using the Jabra Sound+ app, install it from Play Store or App Store respectively.
- To change this setting in the Jabra Sound+ app, open the application on your mobile device first.
- Then go to Headset > Headset settings > Audio experience > Auto-pause audio.
3. Cross-check another mobile device
The second thing you can do is simply test out your Jabra Elite 75t on another mobile device that’s running on a different operating system (either iOS or Android) than your current device. Doing so will allow you to ensure whether the problem is within the headsets or your mobile device.
4. Check your audio source
Before you jump into the other troubleshooting methods to start connecting your headsets and fixing the audio issues, make sure to check the audio source properly where it’s coming from. Bluetooth audio is something that you can’t predict always where it’s gonna work properly or not.
Sometimes the source audio or the quality of the audio may have some issues that can interfere with the audio listening experience. Try increasing the bitrate of your audio or use another wireless headphone to cross-check the audio quality whether the sound is muffled or cutting out.
5. Reset Jabra Evolve 2
It’s also always recommended to perform a factory reset of your Jabra Evolve 2 by following the steps below to check for the issue.
- First, place both the headsets in the charging case properly > Press and hold the Left and Right buttons on the headsets simultaneously for around 10 seconds until the LEDs on the headsets flash purple.
- Now, close the lid of the charging case for around 5 seconds to complete the reset process.
- Make sure to delete the previously paired device in the Bluetooth menu before pairing your headsets with the mobile device again. You can also check out the user manual guide for further details.
Note: You can repeat these steps if the first attempt to reset was not successful.
6. Keep closer your headsets to the mobile
If in case, you’re listening to music on your mobile device using the Jabra Evolve 2 headsets within a range of Bluetooth signal or connectivity that’s around 10 meters in most scenarios. If there is an obstacle or any kind of interference troubling with the Bluetooth signal or connectivity then try avoiding those interferences before trying again.
7. Disconnect other devices
It seems that some other Bluetooth devices (smartwatches, smart speakers, smart home devices) are already connected and being in use with the same mobile or laptop that you’re trying to connect using the Jabra Evolve 2. So, try disconnecting other devices or turning them off straight away to see if the audio stuttering or sound low issue goes away or not.
8. Turn off additional audio features or processing
When it comes to premium mobile devices, OEMs do provide some additional audio features or processing powers to enhance the audio listening quality. So, make sure to turn off additional equalizers, noise-canceling, other audio processing, etc.
9. Adjust the Bluetooth audio codec
Try adjusting the Bluetooth audio codec in the Bluetooth Settings menu on your device as well to reduce audio muffled or sound works only in one headset issue. To do this:
- You can tap on the ‘i’ or the settings (gear icon) next to your headsets app or in the music player app.
- Some wireless headsets may offer HD Audio or other similar audio codecs. So, turn them off to check if the audio quality improves or not.
This is how you can easily resolve the Jabra Evolve 2 Sound Distortion or muffled or cutting out issues.
That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, you can comment below.