Although Jabra earbuds occasionally go on sale, they are of the higher classonly saw occasional discounts. However, contains or $ 60 off the list price of $ 200. This is their lowest price after hitting $ 150 in April.
Going up 16% smaller thanThe Elite 7 Pro is Jabra’s top-of-the-line new range of earbuds that incorporate the company’s new MultiSensor Voice technology with a bone conduction sensor, four microphones and intelligent algorithms for a new “breakthrough call quality,” says Jabra. Voice call performance doesn’t quite match this hype, but Jabra has updated the buds’ firmware and added multi-point Bluetooth pairing and other small improvements.
They have adjustable active noise reduction, Jabra HearThrough transparency mode and Bluetooth 5.2. They offer up to nine hours of playtime at moderate volume levels with noise canceling turned on, and nearly three additional charges in the charging case – a total battery life of 35 hours. The charging case has wireless charging capabilities.
The earbuds’ IP57 rating means they are dustproof and fully waterproof (they can be submerged in water up to 1 meter). If you prefer to only use one bud, you can use any of them independently in mono mode.
Initially I didn’t think these earbuds were a big advance over the Elite 75t, but firmware updates have slightly improved their performance and should fit well in most ears. While they may not be a great deal at $ 200, they are solid at $ 140 value.
Elite 7 Active is more durable and has a more adhesive coating on the buds so they stay better in your ears. But the Elite 7 Pro have a multi-point option and are a better choice for the same price.