Jabra Speak 710 MS Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for Softphones and Mobile Phones – Easy Setup, Portable Speaker for Holding

(10 customer reviews)



Don’t become a conference call horror story! With the immersive sound for calls and music in the Jabra Speak 710 Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker, everyone is heard during conference calls, making your meeting more efficient. It provides in-room coverage for up to 6 people, making your meeting more efficient. For larger meetings or for true, stereo sound, you can pair two Jabra Speak 710’s in seconds. Plus, with no pesky wires in your way and a portable, lightweight design, you can 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! A convenient protective travel pouch is included. Plus, the Jabra Speak 710 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker can plug into your mobile phone, laptop or tablet via USB or Bluetooth and is compatible with many online voice call services, including GoTo Meeting, Google, Skype for Business and many more.

Connectivity: USB 2.0 & Bluetooth – USB cord – 90 cm, Bluetooth standard: Bluetooth 4.2 – Bluetooth Low Energy, Bluetooth Core: Class 1, Version 4.0, HFP 1.6, HSP 1.2, A2DP; Wireless range: upto 100ft/30 m; Supported Bluetooth Profiles- Headset profile v1.2, hands free profile v1.6, A2DPv1.2,AVRCP v1.5; PC USB Bluetooth dongle(Jabra Link 370) – USB BT audio device/HID dongle. Bluetooth 4.2-Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE); Charging power & time – USB 5V/500mA – Charging time 3h

Important information

Visible screen diagonal

0″ / 0 cm

Additional information

Weight 299.37 kg
Dimensions 15.49 × 7.11 cm




Model Name

‎Speak 710

Model year


Part Number


Hardware Platform


Hardware Interface

‎Bluetooth 4.0

Compatible Devices


Special Features


Mounting Hardware

‎Jabra Speak 710, Jabra Link 370, Pouch, Quick start guide, Warranty & Warning (Safety leaflets)

Number Of Items


Internet browser included


Colour Screen


Audio output mode


Speaker Amplification Type


Speaker connectivity

‎Bluetooth; USB; Google Home-enabled

Headphones form factor



10 watts

Power source type

‎Battery Powered

Battery Average Life

‎15 Hours

Batteries Included


Batteries Required


Battery Cell Composition

Lithium Ion

Wireless Type


Signal-to-noise ratio (dB)

‎70 dB

Connector Type

‎Bluetooth, USB

Material Type


Form Factor


Mounting Type


Includes Remote



Cell Phones & Accessories

Item model number


Product Dimensions

‎15.75 x 15.49 x 7.11 cm; 299.37 Grams




‎ 1 AA batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

1 May 2017



10 reviews for Jabra Speak 710 MS Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for Softphones and Mobile Phones – Easy Setup, Portable Speaker for Holding

  1. Mohd Ashraf Mustaffa

    Purchase this Speak 710 as a replacement to Speak 510 which I recently lost. Was surprised to find it at just $200+ which was what I roughly paid for Speak 510 few years ago.. absolutely a great deal!This 710 has much better quality sound. I also use it for listening to music.Its slightly bigger and heavier than 510…overall a step up to 510 and overall well worth it.

  2. Samuel Lee

    Setup is easy and the firmware can be updated by connecting it to a PC via its USB cable. Personally I feel the call quality has more bass than needed.

  3. SFTSM

    So easy to set up and the sound is clear, much nicer than wearing headphones.

  4. Wil

    Clear and sharp sound. Mic can even capture voices from a conference room of 30. Worth it

  5. Ryan Tan

    Good Quality

  6. Seagull

    Received products in good order. Tested. Everything worked fine so far.

  7. Themis Thng

    Good product and work very well as promised.

  8. Ennore Tank Terminals Pvt Ltd

    very good quality
    the product quality is very good

  9. Samuel Wilwerding

    Critically Better than Emeet Luna
    I bought this to replace an Emeet Luna that did not live up to my expectations, and this Jabra is exactly what I was looking for. I needed one of these devices–Emeet Luna or Jabra Speak 710–to do three things: (1) connect to my computer for use with Webex, (2) connect to my mobile phone for higher quality phone conversations, and (3) transition between these uses seamlessly. Though Emeet Luna is one-third the cost of Jabra Speak 710, the lower price of the Emeet is irrelevant to me because it did not accomplish the three things I was looking for. Jabra Speak 710 did.The biggest short fall on the Emeet was with number 3. Even when I had it connected to computer through the USB, connecting it to my phone would disconnect it from the computer, and vice versa. So I had to keep the Emeet connected to my computer, and if I wanted to use it for a phone call, I had to go into my phone settings and connect it to the phone manually. Besides being a pain to do this every time I needed to make a call, I simply couldn’t get it connected to the phone fast enough before answering when people called me. Additionally, the Emeet would shut off when I put my computer to sleep and would not turn back on automatically when I woke the computer up. So every day, I had to turn the speaker on by holding down the button on the speaker. That’s all to say that the Emeet did not give me the experience I expected and simply didn’t work for what I needed it.I also had an issue with number 1, because the Emeet would cut out and have static and interference during video calls (something I’ve never had an issue with using other speakers, including the now the 710).Jabra Speak 710, on the other hand, stays connected to my computer (through the USB) and my phone (through Bluetooth) at the same time. When I turn off my computer (or put it to sleep), Jabra Speak 710 automatically shuts off and disconnects from my phone. This is perfect because when I shut off my computer, I’m done working and don’t need the speaker phone anymore. The next day when I turn on my computer, Jabra Speak 710 automatically turns on, connects to the computer, AND connects to my phone. So I can use it for a video conference, and as soon as I get off the video conference, if someone calls me, I can hit the answer-phone button on the Jabra Speak 710, and boom, it’s like I’m talking on my speaker phone back in the office.A few other small distinguishing characteristics that also help explain the difference in price. Jabra Speak 710 is much higher quality. It looks better and feels better to use. The Speak 710 has a nice stand so that the speaker can face you. The speaker on the 710 also seems ten times better than the Luna; I actually enjoy listening to music on it, whereas the Luna did not sound good for music.In short, make sure you’re getting something that will actually meet your needs.Another caution about the Luna: I got a card with it offering a $10 gift card for writing a review. Whatever the intent of these types of things are, people tend to write five-star reviews when trying to get the gift cards, sometimes even when the product doesn’t deserve it. So I bet the Luna is overrated, and it certainly seemed that way to me.

  10. Amazon Customer

    Great Bluetooth Speakerphone
    Speakerphone Comparison Jabra 710 vs Anker Conference PhoneSpeaker Quality: Tie: Both of these have very good speaker quality. Both reproduce clear and distinct. If you were to decide on speaker quality, you would not go wrong picking either one. Unfortunately, the speakers can only reproduce what the mics pickup and the signal sends.Microphone Quality: Jabra wins: I own both of these and have tested both. At about 3-5 feet from the unit the Anker had acceptable quality, but it was not as robust and clear. The Jabra was clear and robust and comfortable to listen to. At 10′ you had to strain to understand the conversation with the Anker. At 10′ the Jabra was not quite as robust as it was at 5′ but there still was not a strain to hear what the other side was sayingDesign: Jabra wins: The Jabra has more controls and they are laid out well. The volume is more incrementally adjustable. Anker’s controls are laid out well but there are fewer of them and they have bigger steps in their adjustment. With the Jabra it is easier to dial in a “just right” setting as opposed to the Anker. Both have good cases. The Jabra has a zippered cloth case vs the Anker has a zippered injected moulded case with a nice semi-textured finish. One of my pet peeves is the number of charging cables I have to carry independently. The Anker furnishes a nice USB-C to Type A charging cable, but you have to carry it separately and it will not fit in the case. Therefore, you have to carry it separately. Just hope when you need to charge it you remember where you stored it. The Jabra integrates the cable with the unit, and it stores neatly wrapped around a circular slot on the back of the unit.Connectivity: Jabra wins: Jabra will allow me to have two devices connected at the same time and the Anker only lets me have one.Build Quality: Tie: Both units are solid and well made. The Jabra is round and the Anker is square with rounded corners. Both feel solid in your hand and are of reasonably good weight.Extras: Jabra Wins: Jabra’s integrated charging cable (mentioned above). Jabra furnishes a USB wireless dongle if you need to connect to a computer and you do not have your cable handy. Jabra has a pop-out stand integrated in the rear of the unit that holds the speaker in the vertical position if you prefer that. Unfortunately, the Anker comes with the unit, charging cable, and case. No stand, no wireless dongle and a USB-C to Type A charging cable.Price: Anker wins: This is easy. Today on Amazon Anker costs $129.99 vs Jabra at $214.79. That is about a 40% price difference!Summary: If you are looking for a good speaker phone and you are more concerned about price than call quality then you will be happy with the Anker. If you are more concerned about call quality, then go with the Jabra. You will be happier.As for me I own both. One for home and one for office. I will probably buy a third to throw in my briefcase. I will buy another Jabra just because the call quality is important. If I am on a call with a customer and am making a sales pitch, I do not want my customer having to continually ask me “what was that you said” and I end up shouting and repeating myself. That is time consuming and gives the appearance of not being professional. Plus, at the end of the call I want to hear them say “You sold us, here is the purchase order”.Hope this helps.

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