Jabra Elite 75t review: The leap from good to great

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Jabra’s Elite 65t have been some of the best true wireless earbuds you could buy since their introduction last year. They don’t have the best sound quality, but overall, the company assembled a compelling package that costs significantly less than a lot of the competition’s. Now Jabra is hoping lightning strikes twice. In September, it debuted the follow-up: the Elite 75t ($180). The new model is smaller, lasts longer and adds a lot of handy features, but is it better than last year’s surprise superstar?

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  • Much improved audio
  • Small and comfy
  • Longer battery life
  • No ANC
  • No wireless charging (yet)
  • On-board controls take training


Jabra’s latest true wireless earbuds are significantly smaller and last 2.5 hours longer than 2018’s Elite 65t. They also sound better, but they don’t have active noise cancellation or a wireless charging case (yet). However, they’re still cheaper than most of the competition, and a very compelling option for the price.

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