Jabra Elite 75t Review

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Updated June 27, 2022
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You don’t have to look far for the best headphones, specifically true wireless earbuds, especially when you’re staring at Jabra Elite 75t. Everything from audio quality to design has been improved over its predecessor, the Jabra Elite 65t. Sporting a much smaller, more snug design, these headphones are for both active situations and relaxation.

Why We Like It – Jabra Elite 75t Review

The Jabra Elite 75t bridges the gap between affordable true wireless headphones without sacrificing quality, but instead improving sound quality, design, and overall build quality. To make sure the pairing with these headphones is smooth, give our NU Force Air DAC uWireless system review a read too.

  • Excellent performance
  • Longer battery life than competitors
  • Affordable pricing
  • Doesn’t have wireless charging
  • Doesn’t have noise cancellation


Starting with sound quality, the Jabra Elite 75t proved to have a better sound signature than Apple’s AirPods Pro, especially when it came to the bass without sounding obnoxious. Listening to, say, jazz and classical music will have those lows highlighted, providing an overall better sound. You can further alter these using the Jabra Sound+ app.

If you like earbuds, but prefer a cord to wireless capabilities, you’ll want to snag a pair of the Cord Cruncher headphones.

Related: If you like these headphones, you might be interested in our LG Tone Platinum Bluetooth Headphone review.

Call quality is really great, thanks to its four microphones. One mic appears at the front of each earbud with one at the back of each earbud. And with how excellent the sound is, you’ll be enjoying this for a solid 7.5 hours—much longer than the Galaxy Buds, but shorter than MPOW H10’s 30 hours. However, the Jabra Elite 75t does not have active noise cancellation properties. You may also enjoy the Jabra Elite Active 75t if you’re aiming to filter out ambient noises, or the Bose QuietComfort 35 II and the JBL Live 650BTNC for superb active noise cancellation.


Unlike its predecessor, the Jabra Elite 65t, the Elite 75t has a much better design. Jabra designed them to be much smaller and lighter. They’re small enough to fit just about anyone who uses them. This is to aim at a snug fit, rather than rely on a small ear fin to hold them in place; their small nature does that already. Because of this comfortable fit, you won’t even notice they’re there while you’re out and about, unlike a bulky pair of Sony WH-1000XM3.

By pressing on the left earbud, you can activate HearThrough mode, just in case someone is trying to talk to you. If you use the Sound app, you can set HearThrough to pause music as well. If you take out one earbud, the music will pause. The right earbud controls music playback and calls.

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Considering the Jabra Elite 75t’s performance, these true wireless headphones have excellent value. This is especially true when you pair them side by side with Powerbeats Pro or AirPods Pro. Overall sound quality is better, it fits nicely in the ears, and the battery life is nearly twice as long as AirPods Pro.

Furthermore, the Elite 75t even has additional functionality with voice assistants such as Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and even Siri. On a side note: they look good too with their titanium black finish. Even the charging case has magnets for better security.

Jabra Elite 75t Review Wrap Up

The Jabra Elite 75t provides performance, comfortable fit, and long battery life—all for a price that is far more affordable than its competitors without sacrificing quality. While it may not have any noise-canceling properties, nor equipped with wireless charging, it being a high-quality product easily makes up for it.

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