Jabra seeks homerun with new Elite 75T wireless earbuds

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Ever since smartphone manufacturers entered the fray in the True Wireless Stereo (TWS) headphones segment, audio-centric brands like GN Audio’s Jabra have found themselves competing in a highly-crowded market. To further stake its claim in this space, Jabra recently announced its newest entry for the Philippine market – the Jabra Elite 75T.

The new pair is focused on two areas of consumer needs: comfort and convenience. The goal of the latest release is to address the main issues of its predecessor, the Elite 65T, which lacked a comfortable fit due to its size and shape.

Now touting a smaller profile, the Elite 75T’s 3D size and shape is based on Jabra’s thousands of ear scans to make sure it will be a snug fit for a wider range of users.

Although the new compact size might raise some concerns on what hardware components will be sacrificed, the company guarantees the delivery of the entire fundamentals – connectivity, durability, ease of use, and stellar call and music experience.

“On top of delivering premium sound, the Elite 75T delivers smaller, better fitting earbuds with longer battery life,” said Gladee Manantan, Jabra country sales manager.

Manantan added: “The Elite 75T is the most comfortable and long-lasting addition to award-winning Elite range of true wireless earbuds in the Philippines. It is a result of our dedication in listening and catering to changing customer needs for an elevated and truly wireless earbud experiences.”

For this specific unit, Jabra incorporated their own noise and wind reducing algorithms with the 4-microphone tech equipped inside. This is how passive noise cancellation (PNC) is enabled. It also supports SBC and AAC audio codecs and the speaker bandwidth for music playback ranges from 20Hz to 20kHZ while it’s 100Hz to 8kHz for calls.

Music and talk time reaches 7.5 hours on the Elite 75T while it’s 28 hours including the charge case. Since the dedicated charger is a 500mA USB, it takes 2 hours and 20 minutes to fully charge and 15 minutes when fast-charging earbuds for 60 minutes play time.

The device runs the latest Bluetooth 5.0, has an operating range of up to 33 feet (10 meters), and can be connected to two devices at the same time. Inside the box includes the earbuds, the charging case, a USB-C cable (300mm), 3 sets of Silicon EarGels, and warranty and warning leaflets.

Retailing for P9,999.00, the Jabra Elite 75T is now available at Jabra retail partners. Currently, on the Titanium Black colorway variant is available, with the Gold Beige arriving within the first quarter of 2020 timetable. For a little bit more, the sports edition of the unit – Jabra Elite Active 75T, is also available for P10,999.00. 

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