Smaller, More Bass
Overall
80.8%
80.8%
  • Design - 83%
    83%
  • Sound - 82%
    82%
  • Price - 76%
    76%
  • Battery - 82%
    82%
  • Connectivity - 81%
    81%

Summary

When viewed as a standalone device, the earbuds are commendable. They sound great, stay in your ears securely even when running, and work for a long time. But there is one problem. Jabra Elite 75t now costs about $159.99, while 65t are start with $69.99.
If autonomy and magnetic latches are not so fundamental to you, there is every reason to buy a previous generation model – at least it sounds no worse. But those who are determined to be in trend and use the most technologically advanced gadgets will not find the overpayment for the Elite 75t so significant.

Less is more – this is just about these headphones. We studied their chips and compared them with the previous 65t model.

When a new model appears on the market (no matter what, a smartphone, or a multicooker), users are mainly interested in its differences from the old one. After all, as a rule, a novelty is more expensive – so why are we offered to pay extra? 

Jabra Elite 75t is one of this series. The now outdated 65t were already quite successful, but the manufacturer decided to improve them and offered a new model. What is the difference? Let’s figure it out now. 

Jabra Elite 75t TWS Headphones Review: Design

Fortunately, there were no global changes. The headphones have become even more compact, but the overall design remains the same. The same can be said about the box, which naturally comes with the kit. Visually, it just became more compact, which is excellent: the old one was not so easy to carry in a shirt or jeans pocket.

Another important change in the ...

Another important change was revealed inside. Finally, magnets appeared in the box for a more secure attachment of the headphones themselves!

Now you don’t have to put each device in the hole carefully – it practically flies in itself as soon as it is near. 

The snap-in principle of the case has changed. If earlier it was purely mechanical (and users always complained that they could not open it with one hand), the 75t decided to use magnets. The lid fixation has become a little less reliable, but it still does not open independently. 

The charging connector has also been updated: now there is USB-C. 

Jabra Elite 75t TWS Headphones Review: Sound And Quality

We are already accustomed to the fact that the smaller the headphones, the less chance of hearing real bass. So the major discovery for us was the really cool low frequencies in the Jabra Elite 75t. Let’s be honest. We have never heard such rich bass in TWS headphones. 

The rest of the range was not affected. As before, you can customize your ears in the Jabra Sound + app.

For those who are not familiar with the 65t, let’s briefly recall the Jabra Elite’s main features, which migrated to the new model. Headphones do not have active noise isolation, and many put it at a disadvantage, which is quite logical, considering not the most affordable cost. But passive isolation is so good that extraneous sounds are not annoying. So it remains to be seen whether the noise control would have been in demand.

By the way, noises from the street are perfectly dampened when transmitting sound during a conversation. In Elite 75t it is quite possible to walk along the road and talk while the interlocutor hears you well and does not ask you to switch to the phone. 

What else do you have? HearThrough function for listening to ambient sounds. A beneficial thing that allows you to hear interlocutors without removing the devices from your ears. Activated by pressing a button on the right earpiece. By the way, the buttons are mechanical (not touch-sensitive). You can think of us as retrogrades, but control becomes much more convenient when you hear and feel the click of a button. 

Headphones can be connected to multiple devices at the same time—for example, a smartphone and a laptop. The right earpiece can work in mono mode: it is easy to use it as a standard headset for talking on Skype or other voice services. 

Jabra Elite 75t TWS Headphones Review: Autonomy

Moreover, despite the reduced & ...

Despite the reduced dimensions of both the headphones themselves and the box (relative to 65t), the autonomy has increased significantly. If the 65t could last up to 5 hours on a single charge, the new product should last all 7.5. In practice, this figure turned out to be close to real. 

The battery in the box is enough for 2 full recharges. That is, the total operating time away from the outlet can be 23-24 hours. If the “ears” suddenly turned out to be discharged, just put them in the case, and after 15 minutes, they are ready for an hour of playback. 

Jabra Elite 75t TWS Headphones Review: Conclusion 

When viewed as a standalone device, the earbuds are commendable. They sound great, stay in your ears securely even when running, and work for a long time. But there is one problem. Jabra Elite 75t now costs about $159.99, while 65t are start with $69.99.
If autonomy and magnetic latches are not so fundamental to you, there is every reason to buy a previous generation model – at least it sounds no worse. But those who are determined to be in trend and use the most technologically advanced gadgets will not find the overpayment for the Elite 75t so significant. 

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