Jabra introduces three new wireless in-ear headphones. The Elite 3 costs 79 euros and has a transparency mode, and the Elite 7 Active costs 179 euros and has improved fit and noise cancellation. Elite 7 Pro includes an audio capture sensor for better sound quality.
Jabra Elite 7 Pro
from Elite 7 ProThe earphones have active noise cancellation and have a sound capture sensor in each earbud that records sound vibrations through the bone if wind or ambient noise makes them difficult to record. This, along with four microphones and audio-enhancing algorithms, should result in better call quality, according to Jabra. These microphones are also used to allow in ambient noise via the HearTrough Transparency mode. The intensity of active noise cancellation and transparency mode can be adjusted via an app.
Elite 7 Pro headphones last for nine hours on a single battery charge. If you include the battery case, the earbuds will last for 35 hours, according to Jabra. After five minutes of fast charging, you can listen for an hour. The earbuds are 16 percent smaller than the Elite 75t and support Bluetooth 5.2 and Google Fast Pair. It is currently not clear which codecs are supported. The Elite 7 Pro costs €199 and will be available from October 1.
Jabra Elite 7 Active
Jabra Elite 7 Active According to Jabra, it has a unique fit, and like the Elite 7 Pro, it has active noise cancellation and a transparency mode that can be adjusted via an app. These headphones are aimed at athletes or people with an active lifestyle and have a special coating that helps the earplugs fit better in the ear. According to Jabra, the headphones last up to nine hours if the battery is charged. Including the case, the Elite 7 Active lasts 35 hours. The Elite 7 Active costs €179 and will be available from October 1.
Jabra Elite 3
from Jabra Elite 3The earphones do not have active noise cancellation or audio pickup sensor. Jabra relies on the sound-isolating effect of an in-ear design to keep irritating sounds away from the ear canal. The earbuds have four microphones that are used, among other things, by the HearTrough Transparency mode. With this mode, ambient sounds are captured and played into the ears so that they can be heard more clearly.
Elite 3 headphones last for seven hours on a single charge. With the addition of the case battery, it comes to a total of 28 hours. After charging for 10 minutes, you can continue to listen for an hour. The Elite 3 supports Bluetooth 5.2, Google Fast Pair, and the Qualcomm aptX codec. The Elite 3 headphones cost €79.99.
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