The Jabra Elite Active 75t are, as you’ve probably guessed, the fitness upgrade to the previous Jabra Elite 75t headphones.
In the growing list of true wireless headphones, Jabra has been at the top of my list for quite some time now and the Elite Active 65t are still joint leaders as my favourite running headphones of the past year (the other is the Jaybird Vistas).
I haven’t had a chance to test the new Jabra offering out yet, but Mike and Kieran from The Run Testers team have been giving them a full going over. Here’s their detailed overview of what you can expect from them.
The full specs of the Jabra Elite Active 75t (from the Jabra website):
- Passive noise-cancellation (PNC): Yes
- Noise reduction on outgoing voice audio: Yes, 4-microphone call technology
- Wind noise protection: Yes
- Audio codecs supported: SBC, AAC
- Speaker size: 6mm
- Speaker bandwidth: 20 Hz to 20 kHz (music playback)
100 Hz to 8 kHz (calls)
- Microphone type: 4 x MEMS
- Microphone bandwidth: 100 Hz to 10 kHz
- Music and talk-time: Up to 7.5 hours with earbuds and up to 28 hours including charging case
- Sleep mode: Auto off after 15 minutes without connection or 60 minutes without activity, configurable in the Sound+ app
- Standby time: 6 months
- Charging time: 2 hours and 20 minutes (full charge with dedicated 500 mA USB wall charger)
- Fast charge: Up to 60 minutes when charging earbuds for 15 minutes in the charging case