Jabra Elite 75t review: Better than your current headphones

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The Jabra Elite 75t improves upon its predecessor in just about every way, except tonal balance. The 75t offer much improved battery life, a much smaller charging case, and more comfortable fit but their bass is overwhelming… and not in a good way. While the EQ in Jabra’s app fixes that, the EQ settings won’t be saved if you’re using them with a computer, making them compromised for any device that doesn’t support Jabra’s app. Let’s find out the detail in Jabra Elite 75t review with Autosmartsz!

Price and availability

The Jabra Elite Active 75t is currently available on Amazon, Best Buy and Jabra’s website and comes in six colors: Copper Black, Dark Grey, Navy, Titanium Black, Sienna, and Mint. The lowest current price seems to be $150, from Amazon.

Jabra also sells a wireless charging-enabled version of the Elite Active 75t in Dark Grey and Navy, albeit for a much more expensive $230.

Design of the Jabra Elite 75t

Jabra Elite 75t review: design
Jabra Elite 75t review: design

When it comes to the actual design of the earbuds, they’re only slightly redesigned when compared to the previous model, the Jabra Elite 65t. Where those had a slightly longer “stem” design pointed towards the mouth of the user, the Elite 75t earbuds instead opt for a small curved section that looks more discreet. It still fits in the ear comfortably though, and comes with three sizes of ear tips so you can hopefully find the perfect fit for you. I wore these while running and exercising and never felt like I needed to adjust them in order to get them to stay put. While they don’t feel as secure as something like the Powerbeats Pro with the around-ear design, they’re not bad at all.

The charging case is also super easy to handle thanks to its small size, which is something it has going for it when compared to the previously mentioned Powerbeats Pro. These flip open easily and snaps shut perfectly securing the earbuds every time (unless you drop them, which I did once and had to chase down a rogue earbud). But making these buds a part of my everyday carry wasn’t hard to do at all. The case helped it fit right into my pocket along with my wallet and keys without taking up too much space or getting in the way


Jabra Elite 75t review: performance
Jabra Elite 75t review: performance

While the design is a huge improvement, sound quality takes a step in the wrong direction with too much bass. The amount of bass impact the Elite 75t generate is incredible but it’s also fatiguing. Big bass isn’t always a bad thing, as we saw with the Sol Republic Amps Air 2.0, which have gobs of quality bass. But the bass on the Elite 75t is not very good, muddying the mids and losing detail. (We would go as far as to say the default EQ curve is unlistenable as it gave us headaches during extended use.)

Thankfully, the Jabra app has a customizable EQ that let us dial down the bass. Reducing the bass and mid-bass frequencies by 50% made the headphones closer to neutral. However, this means that you won’t have access to the EQ settings if you’re using the Elite 75t with devices that don’t support their iOS or Android app, like your laptop. We wish Jabra would have tuned the 75t to be neutral and allow those who wanted more bass to increase it with the EQ.

Battery life (true wireless earbuds)

Running this test, we found that the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds managed 7 hours and 14 minutes which is still pretty impressive. Of course, if you listen to music on max volume, first of all you should read this, second of all it will likely die much quicker. It’s definitely an above average battery, and it charges via USB-C as well as an added bonus.

Audio quality

The Elite 75t stands out as one of the best-sounding pair of wireless earbuds out there. However, as mentioned in my Jabra Elite 75t review, the low end becomes a bit “overbearing” on particular songs. I’m happy to report this isn’t an issue on the Elite Active 75t, as the soundstage is better balanced to produce detailed and vibrant audio.

Jabra Elite 75t review: audio quality
Jabra Elite 75t review: audio quality

Since we’re talking some of the best sport headphones here, bass often takes precedence when discussing sound quality. There is certainly enough here to fuel you through the most vigorous workouts. Pressing play on Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” helped kickstart my pre-workout routine, as the reverberation I felt from the introductory (and iconic) guitar riff and pounding kick drums boosted my energy levels

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