Jabra's new Elite Active 75t buds sport amazing battery life

Jabra's new Elite Active 75t buds sport amazing battery life
Jabra just upgraded its great 65t Active true wireless sports earbuds to the next-gen 75t Active model, and they sound pretty awesome, at least on paper. For starters, they sport much longer battery life than their predecessors, to the tune of the whopping 7.5 hours on a charge at mid-volume.

So far, Sony's somewhat clumsily named WF-1000XM3 had been the better option if you are looking for a true wireless bud set with active noise cancellation to tune out that droning jet sound on long haul flights.

Jabra Elite Active 75t specs and features


That's mainly because of their long-lasting battery that can hit up to 8 hours with ANC off, though, or a bit above the new Jabra. The 75t Active, however, while lacking active noise-cancellation, is way more resistant to your sweat and tears while you work out, and still offers noise-isolation due to the engineered comfy and secure fit.

It also offers fast and stable Bluetooth 5.0 connection, four mics, HearThrough technology to let the outside world in when needed, and fast charging through USB-C case that can top them up in an hour, and keeps three more charges in it, too.

Jabra Elite Active 75t price and release


Demonstrated at the CES 2020 expo, the Jabra Elite Active 75t will be launching soon at a pre-order price of $199.99. That's a step above the non-active model, but it doesn't offer as much perks for the, well, active types. Oh, Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant are on tap too, with the touch of a button.






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4 Comments

1. RoryBreaker

Posts: 305; Member since: Oct 11, 2015

Seems like the "active" version is just more water resistant. I'm good with the less expensive regular version.

2. KParks23

Posts: 748; Member since: Oct 13, 2010

Yup more water resistant and a rubberized coating supposedly so they stay in better. I have the 75t they are a great and comfortable earbud, I'll be returning mine for the active version tho. I do have issues with my right earbud staying in when I'm moving.

3. RoryBreaker

Posts: 305; Member since: Oct 11, 2015

Did you try changing the rubber piece? That might help in case you want to keep this one

4. KParks23

Posts: 748; Member since: Oct 13, 2010

Yeah but didn't have any luck, I'm hoping the coating will keep them in place a little better

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