Jabra’s next-gen Elite 75t wireless headphones launched

New tech offers up to 28 hours of listening time and better comfort than before.


Words Lionel Kong
Photos Jabra 

Jabra has launched its fourth generation of true wireless earbuds, the Jabra Elite 75t. Designed after listening to the feedback from thousands of users, the Elite 75t addresses the largest complaint from users of wireless earbuds: physical ear pain from the size of the driver casings.

Noticeably smaller than anything else we’ve seen to date, the earbuds have been extensively tested for secure fit, so users can be confident that the earbuds will stay put, no matter what activity they may be engaged in. The sleek design makes the Elite 75t ideal even for smaller ears, while the ergonomic shape is claimed to make them comfortable for use over extended periods of time.

Jabra says that its engineers developed a comfort and fit simulation model based on thousands of ear scans from global users to determine the most optimal 3D shape and size that fits ears comfortably across a range of users.

The Elite 75t offers up to 28 hours of battery life with the charging case and 7.5 hours on its own. An automated fast charging feature puts in one hour of playback time from just 15 minutes of charging.

Making and taking calls is aided with Jabra’s 4-microphone call technology, enhanced with Jabra’s latest noise and wind reducing algorithms. This feature delivers voice clarity in busy environments like the street or train.

Jabra has also enhanced the ease of use of the charging case by ensuring easy access and adding magnets.

When paired with your smartphone, the free Jabra Sound+ app allows users to choose their voice assistant, customize their music profile with the audio equalizer, and also modify how much ambient sound they want to hear with the HearThrough function.

A sports version of the same headphones, the Jabra Elite Active 75t, featuring a textured surface and higher water resistance rating is set up be launched in the second quarter of 2020. Still, from our experience with Jabra products, the standard version is perfectly suitable for lightweight to sports duty without the extra cost of the reinforced version.

The Jabra Elite 75t features IP55-rated durability and 2-year warranty against dust and water is available in Titanium Black and Gold Beige. S$288 from authorised Jabra retail partners.


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