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JABRAElite 75t Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Earbuds - Titanium Black

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  • Perfect for working & studying
  • True wireless
  • Battery life: up to hours
  • iOS / Android compatible
  • Microphone / remote / volume control

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  • Battery life: up to hours
  • iOS / Android compatible
  • Microphone / remote / volume control
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Comfy, true wireless listening

Free yourself from wires and tangled cables with the Jabra Elite 75t Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Earbuds. The smaller, ergonomic earbuds have been tested for a secure fit. So they'll keep you comfy without budging.

Focus on your music or podcast and block out distracting sounds with Active Noise-Cancelling (ANC). You can toggle how much of the outside world you want to let in so you won't miss your platform announcement.

And you can listen all day with up to five and a half hours of battery on a single charge, with up to 24 hours using the charging case. For a quick boost, just 15 minutes of charging gives you an hours playtime.

Take calls anywhere

It's not just for blasting your favourite songs. Make calls with the Elite 75t. They'll hear you loud and clear - even if you're wandering down a busy street. The enhanced 4-microphone call technology and active noise-cancelling feature filters out wind and disruptive noise, so you can focus on your conversation.

Don't let a light drizzle get in the way. Water and dust resistant, you'll be ready for whatever the day throws at you - literally.

Voice assistant compatible

With voice control, help is always at hand. Enjoy one-touch access to Alexa, Siri, or Google Now voice assistants. Each assistant can help you get info on almost anything you need. Ask for nearby restaurant recommendations, weather forecasts, train times, and more.

You can even have your messages read back to you from your smartphone, make appointments, and set alarms using your voice.

Customise the sound

Boost the bass or turn up the treble with the Jabra Sound+ app to personalise the way you listen. You can select your voice assistant, keep track of how much battery power is left or even modify how much outside noise you want to hear.

Please note: Active Noise-Cancelling feature is available with a free over the air software upgrade.


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JABRA Elite 75t Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Earbuds - Titanium Black
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Jabra Elite 75t review

Here we go again with another pair of true wireless earbuds to add to the ever-growing list of options. Thankfully, these are from Jabra who has a history of making some pretty great products. The Jabra Elite 65t were one of the best options for a long time, and the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds should be better in every way. So are they?

Editor’s note: this Jabra Elite 75t review was updated on June 11, , to include new charts and to update the sound quality, isolation, and noise cancelling scores.

Who should get the Jabra Elite 75t?

  • People that want the quality of AirPods, but don&#;t want AirPods. While the AirPods Pro is great, they’re also way more expensive. If you want most of the convenience without the price tag, just get these. Not to mention, the discreet design here looks much sleeker.
  • iPhone users. The Jabra Elite 75t earbuds work on Android, iOS, and Windows, but the only high-quality Bluetooth codec they support is AAC, which is great for iPhone users.
  • Professionals who want everyday commuter buds. The small size, HearThrough feature, and isolation make these a great option for anyone looking to listen to audio on their commutes.
  • Anyone looking to try noise cancelling. Jabra announced a free noise cancelling update to its Elite 75t series of earphones when it announced the Jabra Elite 85t. The Elite 75t is a less expensive way to try true wireless ANC earbuds.

What&#;s it like to use the Jabra Elite 75t true wireless earbuds?

Both earbuds have tiny microphones on them as well as a button on the side.

Using the Jabra Elite 75t is, thankfully, super easy. While the initial pairing process isn&#;t going to be as pretty as with a pair of AirPods because they don&#;t house Apple&#;s H1 chip, it&#;s still not difficult at all. To pair, all you have to do is hold down both buttons simultaneously for three seconds. Then you can pair two smartphones at the same time—one more smartphone than I currently have—but if you have to switch between a bunch of devices that could be a huge plus for you.

The Elite 75t feature an IP55 rating.

Durability also gets a good score here as the Jabra Elite 75t features an IP55 rating. This means that you don&#;t have to worry about rain or sweat damaging them while you&#;re out and about. I’ve used these for a few weeks for my runs and haven’t had any issues with sweat damaging them, though if you want to get even more fitness functionality you should definitely check out the Jabra Elite Active 75t. With the regular 75t earbuds though, they’ve held up to weeks of sweating with no issues.

The all-black Jabra charging case is small and sleek, making it just as portable as some other top models.

The case and the earbuds are made of the same kind of soft plastic, which doesn&#;t give them the most premium feeling in the world but it also means they&#;re insanely lightweight. Each earbuds only weighs about five grams and in my testing I didn&#;t have any problems with comfort. They fit in my ears perfectly, and the inclusion of the standard sizes of ear tips means that you&#;ll hopefully be able to find a similarly comfortable fit.

The Jabra Elite 75t case is small and easy to pocket.

My only nitpick here are the buttons on the outside of each earbud. I&#;m not a huge fan of touch-sensitive playback controls mainly because of how finicky they are, but I’ve also always found buttons to be uncomfortable as well. Mainly because when you push the button it causes suction on your ear that, even when it’s done right, can cause discomfort. The Jabra Elite 75t are definitely not the biggest culprits in this category, but I’d be lying if I said pressing the button didn’t have these same issues. On the bright side, the playback controls work as advertised, but there’s definitely a learning curve when it comes to remember how many clicks and on which earbud it takes to perform a certain task.

How&#;s the design of the Jabra Elite 75t?

When it comes to the actual design of the earbuds, they’re only slightly redesigned when compared to the previous model, the Jabra Elite 65t. Where those had a slightly longer “stem” design pointed towards the mouth of the user, the Elite 75t earbuds instead opt for a small curved section that looks more discreet. It still fits in the ear comfortably though, and comes with three sizes of ear tips so you can hopefully find the perfect fit for you. I wore these while running and exercising and never felt like I needed to adjust them in order to get them to stay put. While they don’t feel as secure as something like the Powerbeats Pro with the around-ear design, they’re not bad at all.

The earbuds magnetically click into place to begin charging.

The charging case is also super easy to handle thanks to its small size, which is something it has going for it when compared to the previously mentioned Powerbeats Pro. These flip open easily and snaps shut perfectly securing the earbuds every time (unless you drop them, which I did once and had to chase down a rogue earbud). But making these buds a part of my everyday carry wasn’t hard to do at all. The case helped it fit right into my pocket along with my wallet and keys without taking up too much space or getting in the way.

The playback controls are all easily accessible via the buttons on the side of the earbuds.

Overall, I’d say just like the Elite 65t before these, the Elite 75t earbuds are thoughtfully designed in every way. And while some may prefer to bold luminescent white of something like the AirPods Pro, the subtle black or grey colorway with the smaller earbud design has a more subtle and professional vibe to it that I think a lot of people are going to dig.

Do the earbuds stay connected?

The Jabra Elite 75t are rocking Bluetooth which is nice, but unfortunately the only Bluetooth codecs they support are AAC and the standard SBC codec. This is good for iOS users but problematic with Android phones as AAC doesn&#;t seem to play well. If you were hoping for aptX for your Android, you’re out of luck. But you can always go into the developer options on your Android device to manually switch the codec over to SBC if you&#;re experiencing issues with AAC.

I didn’t have too many major issues though I did notice there were a few quirks. In roughly three weeks of testing there was only one occasion where the audio began glitching to the point that I needed to take them out and put them back in the case, but that hasn&#;t happened since. While the connection strength wasn’t perfect and I did notice some stutters over a few weeks, they usually resolved themselves instantly and I didn’t need to do anything at all. I would say that in an average week of using these while commuting around subways every day and going on hour long runs three times a week, I experienced maybe two or three stutters.

The Jabra Elite 75t charging case snaps shut and can easily opened.

One issue that I could not resolve was switching between my iPhone and iPad Pro. These are supposed to stay connected simultaneously to two devices, but when I was trying to jump onto a video meeting on my iPad after pausing the music on my phone I just could not get the headphones to connect. I ended up just giving up and reaching for my wired earbuds as my time to experiment mid-meeting is limited. This was one of those moments that inevitably had me remembering how seamless this exact transition was with a pair of AirPods. To be fair though, every other time that I had tried to transition from my phone to my iPad when listening to music or podcasts worked perfectly, it was just on this one occasion that the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds decided to go haywire.

The metal connects of the earbuds magnetically click into the case to begin charging.

Playback controls are also very simple with these earbuds, though like I mentioned there was a slight learning curve to remember which combination of button presses and holds does what. Thankfully, due to a new update via the Jabra app you can customize the controls how you see fit. So you can customize what happens when you single, double, or even triple tap.

Then there’s the Jabra Sound+ app which you can use to EQ your music and customize the HearThrough experience (more on that later), though I found it wasn’t really necessary to really enjoy these buds. Jabra also included a small hearing test that you can do as well which will auto-EQ your music based on the results. Unfortunately, it won&#;t tell you what the results of that test are, but it&#;s still nice to see the company take hearing tests seriously given that everyone has slightly different sensitivities.

What’s the battery life of the Jabra Elite 75t?

The Jabra Elite 75t charges via USB-C which is nice.

Jabra claims that the Elite 75t earbuds will get you around hours of constant playback, with the case providing up to 28 hours of playback. For our battery tests, we make sure to play music on loop at a constant output of 75dB which is just below the recommended output to avoid damaging your hearing.

Running this test, we found that the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds managed 7 hours and 14 minutes which is still pretty impressive. Of course, if you listen to music on max volume, first of all you should read this, second of all it will likely die much quicker. It&#;s definitely an above average battery, and it charges via USB-C as well as an added bonus.

How’s the microphone?

Jabra products are known for having good microphones, and these are no exceptions. I didn’t have any complaints from people when using these for phone calls and the wind cancellation works great too. As you can hear from the sample clip below, there really isn’t much to complain about here.

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What happens if I lose one earbud?

The Jabra Elite 75t earbuds come as a pair, it&#;s all or nothing.

Unfortunately, if you lose a single earbud you&#;re going to have to buy an entirely new replacement pair. I know this because I went through the entire process myself after accidentally dropping my right earbud onto the subway tracks on W th in New York City. Lucky me. But as per our ethics policy this meant that I had to replace the pair with my own money. Thanks a lot morals. It&#;s not a complete waste though as now I can update this review to fill you in on the process. You&#;re welcome!

Replacing your earbuds is actually fairly simple:

  1. The first thing you should know is that you can&#;t replace just a single earbud. It&#;s all or nothing here. So you &#;re going to need to buy a replacement pair which you can get from Jabra for $ They come with free express shipping too which is nice, so you won&#;t have to wait too long.
  2. Once you receive your replacement pair you have to go into the settings of your phone or tablet and forget the previous pair of Jabra Elite 75t.
  3. Put the new Jabra Elite 75t earbuds into old charging case and let them charge.
  4. Once they&#;re charged, then you can pair them to your device as if they&#;re a brand new pair. Just open up the charging case and remove the earbuds. From there you can just pair to them in your Bluetooth settings like normal.

How good is the noise cancelling and isolation?

The noise cancelling is a nice touch, but not very effective.

A few months after the Elite 75t series&#; debut, the company released a significant software update which added active noise cancelling (ANC) to the featureset. This is a huge, unprecedented update but it didn&#;t quite make the waves some listeners expected. Noise cancelling is a nice feature to have, but you won&#;t notice much of a difference as you toggle it on or off.

Isolation with the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds is fine for a pair of true wireless earbuds. They&#;re obviously not going to block as much outside noise as larger over-ears but they do a decent job all on their own. One thing worth mentioning here is that these also have a HearThrough feature, which is basically the complete opposite of noise cancelling. It&#;s also something I find super useful. When you turn it on the built-in microphones actually let outside sounds in so that you can hear what&#;s going on around you.

It works just like the transparency mode that you&#;ll find on the AirPods Pro, but I forgot how good the Jabra Elite 75t are at doing this too. It even amplifies the sound a little, enabling you to hear even better than you would normally. A single tap on the left earbud turns it on instantly and it lets you hear everything from what the conductor of the train is saying (always that the train is being held by the dispatcher, thanks MTA) to the soft rustle of my jacket as I walk. Like I said, it’s really sensitive and pretty cool.

What do the Jabra Elite 75t sound like?

Bass notes sound quite a bit louder than mids, making it hard to hear vocals during particularly bass-heavy segments.

The sound quality of the Jabra Elite 75t was good, but it didn’t blow me away. The low end was exaggerated enough to make the bass notes of my favorite songs just a little overbearing in everyday use, but that same emphasis made these indispensable on my runs. The rumbling bass in the song Going Bad by Meek Mill was exactly what I needed to power me through to the end of my run. Is it accurate and clean? Absolutely not. The bass was overbearing, but that&#;s the point.

Mids definitely suffered a bit and Miguel&#;s vocal in Where&#;s the Fun in Forever were slightly masked by the rampant bass, but I found the highs were surprisingly great here.

The Jabra Elite 75t sound bass-heavy by default, but you can adjust this in the Sound+ app.

At the beginning of Piano Joint by Michael Kiwanuka the hi-hats that come in at the beginning (about in) actually had me take out the earbuds and look around because i thought the sound was coming from somewhere in my apartment.

Should you buy the Jabra Elite 75t?

So should you buy the Jabra Elite 75t? I think when you’re asking this question, what you’re really asking is, “What else can I buy that’s better?” And the answer is, pretty much nothing, especially if you are an iPhone user. While the AirPods Pro are a great pair of earbuds that I had less issues with overall, they’re also way more expensive. The Jabra Elite 75t aren’t perfect, but they’re damn close. If you can look past the occasional stutters, you get most of what the AirPods Pro offer for significantly less money and a sleeker and more discreet design.

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However, if you&#;re looking for a fully waterproof pair of earbuds, the Jabra Elite Active 75t are pretty much exactly the same as the Jabra Elite 75t, just with an IP57 rating and a price tag of about $20 more. It&#;s definitely worth considering.

What about the Jabra Elite 85t?

Once you start using the Elite 85t, you&#;ll want to take them everywhere.

The Jabra Elite 85t is the newest iteration of Jabra&#;s Elite series. They have an IPX4 rating rather than the Elite 75t&#;s IP55 rating, but they finally have active noise cancelling. The isolation on the Elite 75t is alright, but not comparable to noise attenuation of the 85t. The Elite 85t also supports automatic ear detection. The battery life on the Jabra Elite 75t is a few hours longer than that of the Elite 85t, but this makes sense considering the 85t&#;s active noise cancelling. Both sets of earbuds support quick charging as well. As for sound quality, it is comparable between the two headsets, but the Jabra Elite 75t have a much stronger bass boost than the Elite 85t and this can lead to auditory masking of upper frequencies.

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An IPX4 rating means splashes, sweat, and humidity won&#;t kill your earphones.

The Sony WFXM4 is the best set of noise cancelling true wireless earphones around, handily outperforming the Jabra Elite 75t series and even the Apple AirPods Pro. Every good pair of ANC earphones starts with effective isolation, and the WFXM4 has that in spades thanks to the memory foam ear tips and software-powered ear tip fit test.

While Sony&#;s audio products aren&#;t known for their durability, the Sony WFXM4 has an IPX4 rating so you can freely exercise as long as you stay out of the pool. All told, the Sony WFXM4 isn&#;t for everyone: it&#;s extremely expensive at $ USD, but if you have money to burn or just budget wisely, this pair of buds will last you years to come.

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Jabra Elite 75t earbuds 

How to using a replacement Jabra Elite 75t earbuds?

Step 1: Place the replacement Jabra Elite 75t earbuds into the charging case and close the lid.

Step 2: Open the charging case lid and take out the earbuds.

Step 3: Wear the earbuds and follow the voice instructions to pair to your smartphone.

Step 4: Update the earbud firmware version using the Jabra Sound+ app.

How to using a replacement Jabra Elite 75t charging case?

Before using a replacement charging case for the first time, it will need to be synced with your current earbuds and charged for 1 hour.

To begin syncing, place your current Jabra Elite 75t earbuds inside the replacement charging case, and close the lid. The LED on the new charging case may flash purple to indicate that the firmware is being updated. Please wait until the LED stops flashing purple before opening the charging case.

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How to get the best fit and performance with Jabra Elite Active 75t

Jabra’s Elite 65t earbuds have been a worthy rival to Apple’s original AirPods and the go-to alternative for people with an Android phone or whose ears didn’t accommodate the one-size-fits-most AirPod design ever since their release. But Jabra took a long time delivering a follow-up, and in that time, we’ve seen pretty much every consumer tech company take a swing (or two) at true wireless earbuds.

Now, Jabra has finally delivered an update in the $ Elite 75t earbuds. With a new design, better battery life, and noticeably improved sound quality, there’s a lot to like about them. Even against a bigger field of competitors than ever before, the company stands out for getting so many things right.

Jabra managed to shrink the earbuds by 20 percent and came up with a design that’s both more subtle and more comfortable than the 65t. The previous earbuds were chunkier and had an awkward fit in some ears that caused discomfort over time, but I’ve experienced none of that with the 75t. The microphone stem has also decreased in size and no longer juts out as far from the earbuds. But this doesn’t hinder voice call quality, which remains second only to the AirPods. Everyone I spoke to could hear me loud and clear.

Overall, these earbuds look sleeker and more refined than Jabra’s previous efforts and should appeal to more people. They stayed snuggly in my ears through several workouts, despite lacking any ear hooks or wingtips as a secondary measure for keeping them in. Aside from making them smaller, Jabra also cut down on the weight of the 75t earbuds so there’s less risk of them coming loose and tumbling out of your ear canal. The earbuds are IP55 water and sweat resistant; if you’re explicitly looking for a gym or workout set of buds, it might be worth looking at the new Active version, which is fully waterproof with an IP57 rating and can survive submersion in up to 1 meter ( feet) of water.

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Despite the reduction in size, Jabra has increased battery life significantly. The company promises up to hours of continuous audio playback, and 28 hours of total running time if you count the extra charges from the case. That’s notably longer than either the AirPods or AirPods Pro and enough to get you through a coast-to-coast flight, even if my testing came closer to around hours.

Jabra has improved the carrying case in a few convenient ways: it’s easier to open one-handed — the annoying latch is gone — and there’s now a USB-C port instead of Micro USB. The case lid closes magnetically, and the buds themselves are also firmly seated with magnets. You can shake the case all about or even knock it against your other hand, and the earbuds won’t fall out. The one big miss is wireless charging, which is something you can get from the AirPods Pro and Galaxy Buds, in addition to also less expensive options like the Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Airs. Jabra has suggested a wireless charging case is coming, but it has yet to specify when.

Another thing Jabra has omitted from these earbuds is active noise cancellation. If you can get a good seal with one of the included sets of ear tips, the 75t does a nice job of noise isolation and quieting down your surroundings. But they can’t put you in a private bubble with your music or podcasts quite like the AirPods Pro or Amazon Echo Buds, not to mention what over-ear headphones like Bose or Sony offer.

Like its competitors, Jabra includes a way to pipe in outside audio for situations where you need awareness of what’s happening around you. A press of the left earbud’s physical button activates HearThrough mode. With the AirPods Pro, transparency mode can make it feel like there’s a soundtrack playing in the background of your life in that moment; it’s almost like you’re not wearing earbuds at all. But HearThrough on the 75s sounds slightly less natural, so you lose that effect. If you need to have a short conversation or hear an announcement, it still does the trick just fine. And you can customize just how much passthrough audio comes through, cranking it up or dialing it down to your liking with the Jabra Sound+ smartphone app. But it’s not likely something you’ll keep on all the time.

On each earbud is a single round button that’s easy to find and doesn’t take much force to press. But Jabra has crammed a lot of functionality into those two buttons, and it’s easy to get mixed up on what each one does. I appreciate the flexibility and will always prefer buttons to having a voice assistant handle tasks like adjusting volume, but the system takes some memorization.

Right earbud:

  • Press once: play / pause music or answer / end a call.
  • Double press: activate Siri, Google Assistant, or Alexa or reject a call
  • Press and hold: volume up

Left earbud:

  • Press once: enable or disable HearThrough mode (or mute mic when on a call)
  • Double press: next track (or enable sidetone — the ability to hear your own voice — when on a call)
  • Triple press: previous track
  • Press and hold: volume down

One strength of the 75t earbuds is that they can be paired to two devices simultaneously, so you can have them connected to both your PC and phone in case a call comes in. This luxury is fairly common with standard Bluetooth wireless headphones, but it’s still something of a rarity for true wireless earbuds.

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Jabra has made impressive strides in audio quality with the Elite 75t. Like their predecessors, they’re limited to SBC and AAC codec support, but they have a warm, crisp, and detailed sound signature. No one’s going to call these neutral, however; bass gets such a boost that I found myself toning down some of the boom in the Jabra app EQ menu. Bombastic is definitely the word for the out-of-box low end you’ll get from these. Compared to their 65t predecessors, the 75t have a more pleasing, nuanced sound with excellent instrument separation, and it’s easy enough to keep the bass in check. The Jabra app lets you save different EQ preferences for general listening, commuting, and so on, so the earbuds can adapt to pretty much any setting.

As for reliability, I experienced virtually no signal dropouts or unexpected behavior in my time testing three separate pairs of the 75t earbuds. Jabra has promised updates in the second quarter of this year, including a feature that will personalize the sound profile to your own hearing. This idea has proven somewhat gimmicky in the past, but Jabra says it’s borrowing technology and expertise from sister company GN Hearing — a maker of actual hearing aids — so we’ll see. Also in the second quarter, you’ll be able to use either the left or right earbud in mono mode; right now, only the right one can work independently.

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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. The Jaybird Vistas cost about the same and come in a wonderfully compact carrying case, but they don’t sound as good. Amazon’s Echo Buds are cheaper and have Bose’s noise reduction technology, but they can’t pair with two gadgets at the same time. The competition is only going to grow fiercer over the next few months, so Jabra will have a harder time staying at the top of the pile, but aside from adding active noise cancellation and wireless charging, it doesn’t have much higher to climb.

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Jabra’s Elite 75t are a refinement of their acclaimed Elite 65t earphones, with upgrades to size (they’re 20% smaller), and battery life (they last up to 50% longer). They offer the liberating freedom of true wireless listening, with high quality Jabra sound and crystal clear phone calls thanks to the active noise cancelling feature.

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