The new Jabra Elite 7 Pro TWS earbuds feature new voice-call enhancing technology along with adjustable ANC
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Jabra has announced new members of the Elite TWS earbud line, a successor to the 75t included. Most flagship audio peripherals tend to be hyped by their maker in terms of their active noise cancelling abilities; then again, while the 7 Pros do have this spec, it seems it is more of an afterthought compared to the OEM's real priority in developing this product.
They are also rated for up to 9 hours of use per charge, with ANC on, or up to 35 with their charging case. The Elite 7 Pros have been joined at launch by their Active counterparts, which have all of the same specs except for MultiSensor Voice. These variants might compensate with a fit based on Jabra's "unique understanding of the ear", a unique ShakeGrip coating and a build involving liquid silicone rubber.
Jabra asserts the 7 Actives can thus stay in place without the need for wing-tips. Finally, the Elite 3s may be the least expensive of this 2021 line; however, the OEM insists they are geared toward quality audio playback, with specs such as 6mm drivers, a "class-leading" EQ and support for the Qualcomm aptX HD codec.
The Jabra Elite 3 earbuds now have a recommended price of US$79 and are available from now on platforms such as Amazon, whereas the 7 Actives and 7 Pros may go for $179 and $199 respectively. They will be released on October 1, 2021.