Jabra Elite 75t review

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  • Jabra Elite 75t

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date November 1, 2019
Size 2.19 x 1.94 x 1.62 cm (0.9 x 0.8 x 0.6 in)
Weight 11 grams
(0.39 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Deccan Chronicle

An AirPods Pro killer

from Deccan Chronicle

 If Apple’s AirPods Pro isn’t your fancy, then this Jabra option should be the next obvious choice as it comes with an amazing design, small charging-case, an intuitive smartphone app and much more that make it stand a head above shoulders over the competition. Despite its enhanced bass, we...More

 If Apple’s AirPods Pro isn’t your fancy, then this Jabra option should be the next obvious choice as it comes with an amazing design, small charging-case, an intuitive smartphone app and much more that make it stand a head above shoulders over the competition. Despite its enhanced bass, we still absolutely love the Elite 75t and like its predecessor, this is our choice for one of the best true-wireless products in the world.

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Ausdroid

The best earbuds on the market

from Ausdroid

The Jabra 75t is an improvement over last year’s and my new favourite earbuds. I don’t listen to lossless FLAC files, I don’t use these whilst running marathons (mainly because I don’t run marathons). What I do do is use them every day of my life and for me there may be others out there t...More

The Jabra 75t is an improvement over last year’s and my new favourite earbuds. I don’t listen to lossless FLAC files, I don’t use these whilst running marathons (mainly because I don’t run marathons). What I do do is use them every day of my life and for me there may be others out there that are just as good, but I’m happy with the Jabra Elite 75t and I think you would be too. The Jabra 75t represents how much smaller improves across a products features can add up to a massive improvement overall.

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PCWorld

Proof you don't have to be the best to be great

from PCWorld

With the Jabra Elite 75ts, the brand continues to build on an already-strong foundation with small but meaningful improvements. Though the design is more of an update than a reimagining, it manages to be better in enough of the ways that count that it’s hard not to be pleased with the final res...More

With the Jabra Elite 75ts, the brand continues to build on an already-strong foundation with small but meaningful improvements. Though the design is more of an update than a reimagining, it manages to be better in enough of the ways that count that it’s hard not to be pleased with the final results.  Although they fall somewhat-short of securing the crown for best true wireless earbuds, the Jabra Elite 75ts show the company still knows exactly what they’re doing when it comes to the category. You don’t have to be the best to be great. 

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Android Guys

Great sound, long-lasting battery

They sound great, if not a little heavy in the low end, and feel good even in extended listening. Jabra’s app gives listeners the ability to adjust equalizer settings or manage HearThrough mode. A slight tweak here and there can have a rather significant impact on audio. Battery life is on par with what we would expect at this price.

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They sound great, if not a little heavy in the low end, and feel good even in extended listening. Jabra’s app gives listeners the ability to adjust equalizer settings or manage HearThrough mode. A slight tweak here and there can have a rather significant impact on audio. Battery life is on par with what we would expect at this price.

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Modern Accessory Review

The best bang for your buck

from Modern Accessory Review

How do the Jabra Elite 75t stand against its competitors? Well, I believe they stand very well actually. Of course it depends what you prefer in a pair of earbuds. These have my favorite sound, while the Samsung Galaxy Buds are slightly smaller, and the AirPod Pros have noise cancelling for a mor...More

How do the Jabra Elite 75t stand against its competitors? Well, I believe they stand very well actually. Of course it depends what you prefer in a pair of earbuds. These have my favorite sound, while the Samsung Galaxy Buds are slightly smaller, and the AirPod Pros have noise cancelling for a more expensive price. So, if you are looking for a pair of wireless earbuds that are fairly affordable and have incredible audio then I definitely recommend these.

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The Guardian

Small and long lasting AirPod beaters

from The Guardian

The Jabra Elite 75t are very good true wireless Bluetooth earbuds, combining a small and pretty comfortable fit, with a pocketable case and long battery life. If you want a solid set of true wireless earbuds that work just as well with Android and Windows as they do with an iPhone, iPad or Mac,...More

The Jabra Elite 75t are very good true wireless Bluetooth earbuds, combining a small and pretty comfortable fit, with a pocketable case and long battery life. If you want a solid set of true wireless earbuds that work just as well with Android and Windows as they do with an iPhone, iPad or Mac, then the Elite 75t are worth considering, particularly on a deal.

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Review Geek

The best sounding true wireless earbuds you can buy

from Review Geek

They sound amazing, they have great battery life, and they’re incredibly comfortable. They’re missing features like ANC or a true Transparency Mode clone, but they’re also $70 cheaper than AirPods Pro. Overall, they offer a lot of bang for the buck—especially if you’re looking for sound quality above all else.

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They sound amazing, they have great battery life, and they’re incredibly comfortable. They’re missing features like ANC or a true Transparency Mode clone, but they’re also $70 cheaper than AirPods Pro. Overall, they offer a lot of bang for the buck—especially if you’re looking for sound quality above all else.

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TechRadar

Two steps forward, one step back

from TechRadar

The Jabra Elite 75t improves upon its predecessor in just about every way, except tonal balance. The 75t offer much improved battery life, a much smaller charging case, and more comfortable fit but their bass is overwhelming... and not in a good way. While the EQ in Jabra’s app fixes that, the...More

The Jabra Elite 75t improves upon its predecessor in just about every way, except tonal balance. The 75t offer much improved battery life, a much smaller charging case, and more comfortable fit but their bass is overwhelming... and not in a good way. While the EQ in Jabra’s app fixes that, the EQ settings won’t be saved if you’re using them with a computer, making them compromised for any device that doesn’t support Jabra’s app.

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The Verge

They’re way more comfortable, sound good, and come in an improved case

from The Verge

If you’re not interested in Apple’s AirPods Pro or the similarly expensive Powerbeats Pro, the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds are yet again slotting in as the default alternate pick. There are other options, but none with the same number of upsides.

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If you’re not interested in Apple’s AirPods Pro or the similarly expensive Powerbeats Pro, the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds are yet again slotting in as the default alternate pick. There are other options, but none with the same number of upsides.

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iMore

An AirPods alternative you'll want to buy

from iMore

Whether I need to take a call or just listen to some music, the Jabra Elite 75t are my new favorite choice. They combine great sound, awesome build quality, small size, and more into one rather affordable package. Sure, there is no noise cancelling which will be a bust for some people, but there...More

Whether I need to take a call or just listen to some music, the Jabra Elite 75t are my new favorite choice. They combine great sound, awesome build quality, small size, and more into one rather affordable package. Sure, there is no noise cancelling which will be a bust for some people, but there are plenty of other features here that make up for that one omission.

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