Jabra Elite 75t Design and Finish
- We face a headset -ear in, Jabra Elite 75t, so we have pads and a design set to enter the ear canal.
- It is a shape that adapts to the ear, so they fit well, and doing sports with them will hardly fall, even with sweat.
- They do not fail because they hardly weigh as it is so tiny that they even give the feeling of being of poor quality, but it is only an illusion.
- Returning to the pads and the fit, we can choose between three different sizes of silicone pads incorporated in the box.
- When Jabra presented its new Elite 75t, I knew that I had to try them to see how the manufacturer is updated.
- And also to continue to face Apple and the rest of the market with a 180-euro headset.
- Spoiler: keep them in mind if you are looking to buy yourself some wireless headphones.
- The headphones are stored in a minimal, oval-shaped charging case. When holding the headphones in the case.
- A series of magnets grab them and places them in their correct position so that they can be charged.
- On the back of the case, we find a USB-C charging port and a small LED that indicates the subject’s charging status whenever we open or close it.
- Small is also the headphones themselves placed in the ear.
- They barely protrude and are button-shaped since they do not have any stick or similar shape.
- They bring a central and physical button (that is, not tactile) with which we can control the playback.
- With different combinations or longer presses, we hold the volume or particular functions of the headphones.
- On the front of the headphones, we also find a bulge with each earbud’s primary microphone.
- At the top and side is a second microphone on each earbud. Inside the button, they also have a small invisible LED that can only be seen when turned on.
- And that is when it indicates the status of the connection or the battery.
What sound to expect from these headphones
- A more than decent sound is what one expects from headphones that cost 180 euros, and it is what Jabra offers us in the Jabra Elite 75t.
- Over the years, the manufacturer has been perfecting the quality of the audio in its headphone models.
- This experience has been applied in the new headphones, which offer a clear and faithful sound.
- My only downside in this regard is the bass of the Jabra Elite 75t, somewhat louder than I like.
- I say “what I like” on purpose because the audio quality is very subjective to each user and depends on many more factors such as context or the type of sound reproduced.
- Luckily, I solved the bass issue in less than a minute by changing the bass levels in the official app’s equalizer.
- It is where we can change each range manually or choose some of the different preset modes.
Transparency mode, Alexa, and lost mode
- The Jabra Elite 75t does not have noise cancellation, but they have a transparency mode like the AirPods Pro.
- It’s called ‘Hear-Through,’ as both these headphones and previous brand models have been incorporated for years.
- Pressing the button on the left earphone once activates this mode.
- We automatically hear what is outside, thanks to the microphone picking up external sounds while playing content.
- The microphones reduce the wind considerably.
- In a way, it becomes a noise cancellation, although it only applies with the wind and in Hear-Through mode.
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