Jabra Elite 75t review

Jabra Elite 75t review

Come back again for Jabra products, Jabra Elite 75t, another pair of fine and very popular truly wireless earbuds and must be kept in the list. Jabra has long been known for its quality. And their products are very popular even predecessors model as Jabra Elite 65t, or later models as the Elite Active 75t and the Elite 85t. The Elite 75t were one of the best Jabra’s wireless earbuds for more than a year. Until Jabra releases the latest models of wireless earbuds, Jabra Elite 85t, and of course come with a higher price than Elite 75t.

But in this Jabra Elite 75t review, we will go into more detail on this item, if you’re interested in the Elite 85t or Elite Active 75t, you can find it at a review of Jabra Elite 85t or a review of Jabra Elite Active 75t respectively.

Jabra Elite 75t Review – Compact Design

Jabra Elite 75t

The size of Elite 75t is a little smaller than the previous model (Elite 65t). I can feel when both on my hand. I feel the Elite 65t is a bit too big to fit on my ears. But the Jabra Elite 75t is fit better in my ears. The new model of Jabra also comes with three sizes of ear tips, which makes it easier to find the perfect fit for ears. I wore these wireless earbuds while exercise often and never felt the need to tweak them to get in a good position. Even though they don’t feel as secure fit as the around-ear design like as Powerbeats Pro, but not so bad.

The earbuds and charging case are made of something like soft plastic and they are insanely lightweight. Each side only weighs around 5 grams and don’t have any problem with fatigue when I wear them for a long session.

The charging case is also small, easy to keep in your pocket, and not getting in the way. The flip easy to open and snaps shut perfectly which you can ensure security for earbuds. But if you drop it, the earbuds may fall out of the case.

One thing that I think some may not like it. That is Elite 75t can use one earbud, but just only right earbuds, not left side.

Physical Button

Most wireless earbuds of the Jabra are not a touch-control button. If you are one of the huge fans of touch-sensitivity playback controls so, this item maybe not ideal for you. And I recommend you focus on Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 which is great touch control wireless earbuds.

OK, let’s come back to Jabra Elite 75t, they are physical button. In other words, the Elite 75t’s physical button is also an inconvenience. It’s mostly because when you press the button, it causes a suction in your ear, which though is done right but it can also cause discomfort. However; if looking at the term of positive, the physical control can work as advertised. All you need to do is remember the correct number of clicks for any functions you want.

Battery & Charging

Jabra Elite 75t review

When it comes to battery, the Jabra claims that this item will give around 7.5 hours of constant playback on a single charge. Also another 20.5 hours from the pocket-friendly charging case. Sum up the Jabra Elite 75t give you playback up to 28 hours, that’s cool. For our testing, it does very closely as they claim, on a single charge I can listen to music for around 7 hours and 5 minutes at 50% of volume.

As for the playtime that includes charge cases, we have not intended to rigorously test it. But roughly, it takes around 4 days (un-continuously) to take the case back to charge again.

One features that Elite 75t don’t forget, fast charge. You can get more power for one hour for 15 minutes charging. And surely, the Elite 75t also supports wireless charge. The full charge time around 2 hours and 20 minutes with wireless charge. But if you charge via USB-C, it will take significantly less time. It only takes 60 minutes for the charging case and 15 minutes for the earbuds.

Elite 75t With Water-Resistant

Jabra Elite 75t - wireless earbuds

In terms of durability, the Elite 75t get a good score due to IP55 water-resistant. That’s means you don’t necessary to worry about sweat or soft rain that will damage them while you are out and about. But don’t dip them in the water, that is you can’t wear them while swimming.

Jabra Elite 75t Review – Sound Quality

Sound performance is one thing can’t to don’t talk about. The bass impact is a big boom and makes the mids offer a little muddy and some detail is losing. If you feel the bass is too much, you can go to the app and adjust to cut down the bass. The app can help to reduce the bass and mid-bass by 50% and make the sound performance better and closer to neutral. So If you are not a bass person and you want to buy Jabra Elite 75t, it is imperative that you load and install Jabra Sound + app on your Smartphone.

But one thing you should know, you can’t access and use the EQ setting in the app if you are using some devices that not support the Android or iOS app with the Jabra headphones. Even of Elite 75t, Elite Active 75t, or Elite 85t, or whatever is Jabra headphones.

Compare Jabra Elite 75t to Other Wireless Earbuds

Jabra Elite 75t Vs Jabra Elite Active 75t Vs Jabra Elite 85t Vs Jabra Elite 65t

Jabra Elite Active 75t Review

Jabra Elite 75t Earbuds

Specs: in-ear, dimension: 0.86″ x 0. 76″ x 0.64″, weight: 10.5 ounces, speaker size: 8mm, frequency response: 20 – 20kHz (music playback)/100 – 8kHz (call)/100 – 10kHz (microphone), sound code: AAC/SBC
Features: true wireless earbuds, Bluetooth 5.0 (HSP v1.2/HFP v1.7/A2DP v1.3/AVRCP v1.6/SPP v1.2), Bluetooth-range: up to 10 meters, paired devices: up to 8, support multi connection: 2 devices at a time, voice command support: Alexa/Siri/Google Assitant, battery-life (ANC off): 7.5-hours/28-hours with charge case, battery-life (ANC on): 5.5-hours/24-hours with charge case, fast charge: 15-minus get 1-hours, sleep mode (auto off): 15-minutes (w/o connection)/60-minutes(w/o activity), stand by: 6-months, sweat & dust protection (IP55 rating), equalizer: via Jabra sound + app, one-touch access, microphone: 4-mic MEMS

 


Jabra Elite Active 75t True Wireless Earbuds review
Jabra Elite Active 75t

Specs:  true wireless earbuds, dimension: 0.86″ x 0.76″ x 0.64″, weight: 9.6 ounces, speaker size: 6mm, Bluetooth 5.0, Bluetooth profile: HSP v1.2/HFP v1.7/A2DP v1.3/AVRCP v1.6/SPP v1.2, audio code: SBC/ACC, operation range: 10-meters, standby time: 6-months, microphones type: 4 MEMS, microphones bandwidth: 100 – 10kHz, speaker bandwidth: 20 – 20kHz (music playback)/ 100 – 8kHz (call), battery capacity: 500mAh, full charge time: 2-hours
Features: secure fit and compact comfort, voice assistant: Siri/Google Assistant/Alexa, protect against (IP57 rating): water/sweat/dust, customizable EQ, powerful bass, passive noise-canceling, paired devices: up to 8, multi-connection: 2 devices connect at the time, battery: 7.5-hours/total all 28-hours with charging case, fast charge: 15-minutes get 1-hours, sleep mode: yes (auto-off after 15 mins without connection and 60 mins without activity)

 


Jabra Elite 85t review

Jabra Elite85t

Specs: fit-type: in-ear, seme-open design, dimension: 5.59″ x 4.37″ x 1.61″, weight: 6.5 ounces, speaker size: 12mm, charge time: 15 minutes get 1 hours,
Features: true wireless earbuds, Bluetooth 5.1, active noise-canceling: fully adjustable level of noise cancellation, HearThrouge: yes and adjustable, playtime (ANC on): 5.5 hours (earbuds)/25 hours (with charge case), 6-mic technology, crystal clear call, music equalizer: Jabra Sound+ app, voice assistant, Dust & Rain Resistant: IPX4, 3 sets of silicon Ear Gels

 


Jabra Elite Active 65t True Wireless Earbuds - Specs

Jabra Elite Active 65t

Specs: fit-type: in-ear, dimension: 4.88″ x 2.17″ x 7.34″, weight: 10.8 ounces, playtime: 5-hours/15-hours (with charging case), charge time: 2-hours, battery capacity: 500mAh, Bluetooth 5.0, operation range: 10-meters, sound codec: AAC (advance audio coding)
Features: true wireless earbuds, snug & secure fit, sweat & dust rating: IP56, HearThrough, microphone: built-in 4 mics, voice command: Alexa/Siri/Google Assistant, equalizer: via Jabra Sound+ app, fast charge: 15-minutes get 1.5-hours, 3 sets of silicone ear gels in the package, wearing detection: yes (auto turn on/auto-pause when taking out earbuds and put it back to ears), Bluetooth devices pairing: up to 8 devices, multi-connection: yes (2 devices can be connected at a time)

 

Active Noise Cancellation

The Jabra company released Jabra Elite 85t active noise-canceling wireless earbuds along with a firmware upgrade of Elite 75t to add Active Noise Cancellation features. So for those who already have the Elite 75t, they can update the active noise-canceling feature free via the Jabra Sound+ app. This is good news for those who already have Elite 75t and not ready to buy a new pair of ANC wireless earbuds.

However, there are limitations to using. You can only turn on or turn the ANC function. If you need additional capabilities, it may be necessary to pay extra for the Elite 85t with active noise cancellation.

Jabra Elite 75t Review – Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Great battery life
  • Support wireless charging (Qi)
  • USB-C (fast charge)
  • Small design both earbuds and case
  • Great app

Cons

  • The sound quality just so-so
  • The physical button may cause some suction in-ear when pressed
  • Not compatible aptX ( just ACC)

 Jabra Elite 75t Review – Final Verdicts

As I said at the beginning of this Jabra Elite 75t review, they are not cheap wireless earbuds. But Jabra has long been famous for Sound Electronics gadgets. In the Jabra Elite 75t even though it’s not the best wireless earbuds in terms of sound quality, but it not too bad. The sound is so great for those who love bass, but it might not be good for people who don’t like heavy bass. Jabra’s app is handy and it can adjust the EQ and also increase and decrease bass level. IP55 rating and 7 hours on earbuds + 21 hours on charging case. This price tag also has active noise cancellation features. These Jabra wireless earbuds are compact and ideal for traveling with you wherever you go.

Where to buy Jabra Elite 75t

Jabra Elite 75t
Jabra Elite 75t:
True wireless earbuds, IP55 water-resistant, Voice assistance (Alexa, Siri, and Google)
Battery life: 7 hours (earbuds)/28 hours (including case)

 

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