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Very good apple AirPods alternative
Replacement to my 65t that got stolen.
Bought it for sleep, sports and commute
- Volume and sound is decent
- Wireless range is decent
- Passive noise cancelling is probably the best you can get with tiny earphones.
- support is excellent
- supports connecting to two devices at the same time
- quite comfortable...
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These headphones are great. The sound is good and the connectivity is good too but it gets distorted sometimes and the mic when making a call is good but is not very clear when using outdoors.
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Very nice indeed
I was after a pair of true wireless headphones that are good to use for phone calls and preferably have active noise cancellation (ANC) and use USB C to charge the case. I had given the Sony wf-1000xm3 a go and loved them, except for the fact that I simply could not use them for phone calls (you can read all about it here: https://www.productreview.com.au/reviews/8dcfea2c-349e-4d00-b20d-866407699b20).
I ended up with the Jabra 75t, well aware that they do not have ANC but various reviews mentioned that the call quality (outgoing, for people to...hear me) is one of the best out there. And as far as that is concerned, I can only agree. In my review I will not comment on the sound quality, I am profoundly unqualified in that field. $10 wired headphones from eBay sound just fine to me (I almost exclusively listen to podcasts though). So here are the good and the not so goo things about the J75t as far as I am concerned: ***** What I love *****
Magnificent Wireless Headphones
The Jabra Elite 75t’s are my first foray into the wireless headphone arena. My listening taste lends itself to a strong punchy bass with clear percussion, and the 75t’s boy are these headphones able to deliver! If you love bass, be it a funky bass guitar rhythm or a dance track beat, these guys must be listened to. Straight out of the box is ok, but they really shine when you tailor them to your sound style.
Everyone has a different listening preference, and the beautiful thing about these headphones is that thanks to their capability, plus t...he fantastic user equaliser options via the Jabra app, you can set your own listening preference, exactly the way that you enjoy it. You can even save various equaliser settings as one click buttons. For example, I have a setting for extra bass when listening to 70’s music, and reduced bass when listening to 2010’s stuff. The headphones feature a sound pass through feature via the left headphone button, called PassThrough. This allows the multiple microphones to transmit to you through the headphone what’s happening around you. You can pause your music with a simple tap of the right headphone button, and restart it again with another click. Also, if you press and hold either button, you can control the music volume. Battery life is great, with the headphones having great battery life, plus the headphone case which charges your ‘phones whenever they’re stored. I use the headphones twice per day in the train, for 45 minutes each time, and charge them up on the weekend. With the ability to tailor the sound produced to your liking, these headphones are very powerful and allow you to set your sound the way you like it, unlike most other headphones. The difference here is that on the 75t’s, you set it, not an algorithm which detects your hearing capability, and sets this result as your listening experience, instead of your listening preference. That’s a big ticket item. Great battery life, excellent sound producing capability with almost unparalleled sound tailoring options, charging case, and a small discreet size, make the 75t’s an easy recommendation.
Love them, Strong bass which is completely customisable. Quick connectivity, although they did struggle 1 day but a firmware update solved the issue & is now quicker than ever to connect to Iphone XS. Well done Jabra. Lasts 2 weeks of commuting before needing charging.
Purchased in January 2020 at jabra for A$269.00.
Jabra Elite 75t not compatible with my Sony NW A100
The Jabra Elite 75t is not fully compatible with my Sony NW A100 TPS Android 9 Powered Premium MP3 player. You can connect to the headphones but you cannot connect the Jabra Sound+ app which is critical since you have the equalizer settings, battery life and other features that Jabra offers in the app.
You would think a premium headphone manufacturer like Jabra would make sure that the headphones are compatible with the latest Android devices. Very disappointed.
P.S, the ear tips break very easily and then gets stuck in your ear.
Also I noticed that when you take out 1 of the earpieces and put it back in, the balance is ruined. Not sure what is going on but I've returned mine to get some Sony wh-1000xm3. Cannot be as bad as the Jabras.
Amazing wireless earbuds
First time Jabra user and certainly not disappointed. All the reviews online were true. These earbuds have rich base and superior sound quality. Call quality is also great. Well done Jabra.
Near perfect connectivity and voice quality
Got the Elite 75t as a gift. A quick setup and the device was ready to use. The headphones connect to my mobile device as soon as I take them out of the charging case. The voice guidance tells you when it connects. Although it doesn't have active noise cancellation, the headphones offer good sound isolation.
Overall very happy with the headphones.
Questions & Answers
Would they be good to cut out some of the noise on a plane as well . And can it connect to a Bluetooth adapter for in flight entertainment
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