The Jabra Elite 65t earbuds have their faults, they are going toe-to-toe with the Airpods and are better than them during a few important aspects like playback controls built-in to the earbuds and great battery life. They even have some useful features like Hear through and an IP55 rating to guard against water.
- Good battery life
- Microphone quality
- IP55 fully sweat-resistant
- Comfortably & Securely fit
- Excellent Sound
- Little bit tight
- Noise isolating fit not proper
- Audio lags on watching videos
Jabra Elite 65t vs Bose SoundSports
The Jabra Elite 65t Truly Wireless is a rather better truly wireless headphone than the Bose SoundSport Free Truly Wireless, but not by much as per my review. The Jabra have better isolation performance that’s more suitable for noisy environments, because of their in-ear fit. They even have had a more reliable wireless connection that supports Bluetooth 5.0.
You’ll also customise the sound of the Jabra but not the Bose, and they are a touch more compact to hold around because of their smaller case. The Bose, on the opposite hand, they sound better balanced and feel more durable and better-built than the Jabra and even have a way easier earbud fit. Their case is additionally sturdier, despite being a touch bulky to hold around.
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|Specs||Jabra Elite 65t||Bose SoundSports|
|Weight||0.03 lbs||0.04 lbs|
|Low-Frequency Extension||31.75 Hz||26.7 Hz|
|Total Battery Life||15.3 Hours||14.4 Hours|
|Charging Time||1.7 Hours||1.9 Hours|
Jabra Elite 65t vs Jabra Elite 75t
The Jabra Elite 65t Truly Wireless is the same truly wireless headphones to the Jabra Elite 75t Truly Wireless, with different strengths and weaknesses. The 65t have a more neutral sound profile which isn’t as bass-heavy and far better passive noise isolation, which can do a significantly better job at blocking out the engine rumble of planes or buses.
On the opposite hand, the 75t is far more comfortable, smaller, have almost double the general battery life and have better controls.
|Specs||Jabra Elite 65t||Jabra Elite 75t|
|Weight||0.03 lbs||0.02 lbs|
|Low-Frequency Extension||28.28 Hz||10 Hz|
|Total Battery Life||15.3 Hours||27.2 Hours|
|Charging Time||1.7 Hours||1.3 Hours|
Jabra Elite 65t vs Samsung Galaxy Buds
The Samsung Galaxy Buds are slightly better truly wireless headphones than the Jabra Elite 65t. The Samsung Galaxy Buds sound quality is additionally superior because of less bass roll-off. They’re also easier, and their wireless Qi charging case is good. On the opposite hand, the Jabra Elite 65t are better-suited for isolation low-frequency noises and are a far better option for commuting.
Also, they need a graphic preset that the Galaxy Buds lack. They will be connected to 2 devices, which you can’t do with these Samsung headphones. The Galaxy Buds have a touch-sensitive control scheme while the Jabra have physical buttons that provide volume controls without the necessity of an app.
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|Specs||Jabra Elite 65t||Samsung Galaxy Buds|
|Weight||0.03 lbs||0.02 lbs|
|Low-Frequency Extension||31.75 Hz||10 Hz|
|Total Battery Life||15.3 Hours||15 Hours|
|Charging Life||1.7Hours||1.6 Hours|
Jabra Elite 65t Features Review
The Jabra Elite 65t features a decent build quality. The earbuds and charging case are made entirely out of plastic which makes them lightweight, and also the headphones still manage to desire a premium product.
The earbuds themselves feature a good soft plastic that creates them feel comfortable even during extended periods.
The silicone ear tips that accompany the ‘buds by default did an honest enough job at both that I didn’t feel uncomfortable. I found in the review that Jabra Elite 65t also has an IP55 rating, so you don’t need to worry about rain.
On the left earpiece, it’s adjusting volume button, and an extended press allows you to skip or attend a previous track. On the right earpiece, it’s one button which will play/pause music, answer the calls, and activate your google voice assistant with an extended press.
It also doubles as an influence button with an extended press. Music automatically pauses once you take either the left or right earpiece out of your ear, and both earpieces close up once you put the proper one back within the charging case.
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Battery Life is quite well. The Jabra Elite 65t are rated to last 5 hours on a charge, but we managed to exceed 5 hours a couple of times when taking note of music at low to medium volume. That said, if 5 hours isn’t enough time, the charging case is well for a further two charges to offer a combined 15 hours of listening.
Charging the case is extremely fast, even without the assistance of USB-C. Charging them for about quarter-hour will offer you 1.5 hours of playback which is solid, but not the simplest here either because the Powerbeats Pro can provide you with 1.5 hours in 5 minutes.
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Sound quality, similarly, is superb – it’s balanced with as slightly warm tilt. This suggests bass has good impact and extension. Highs are rolled off, so the music never sounds harsh, and while there’s still an honest amount of detail within the highs, the Jabra Elite 65t lacks the flicker and determination of earphones just like the RHA T20i. And the call quality of the earbuds is also clear.
Connectivity & App
For pairing the Jabra Elite 65t it has Bluetooth 5.0, the Jabra Elite 65t wireless earbuds can easily get connected to your device with Bluetooth connectivity, and it even has ANC codec. The Jabra Elite 65t also has multiple device function.
If we talk about the App, the Jabra app supports well and allows you to customise different presets for situations like commuting, relaxing, and many more though, one quirk on Android is that you’ll need to download a separate Jabra Service app so as to use the most Jabra Sound+ app.
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The earbuds ship with a wireless charging case, which may be a bit bulky and is secured by a clasp as against a magnet. It is a silicon case. The lid is extremely tightly sealed, and it takes a considerable effort to open it.
The case skin is made well and feels quite durable, but isn’t as premium because the one you get with Apple’s AirPods. It’s a Micro-USB port at the bottom. It takes about 3 hours to completely charge the case and earpieces. It also has LED lights which glow yellow red and green. The charging case light indicate battery status.
Jabra Elite 65t Specs
|Model Name||Elite 65t|
|Product Dimensions||2.7 x 3 x 2.25 cm|
|Run-up Time||5 hours|
|Charge Time||2 hours|
|Accessory Included||Accessories that come with headphones are Charging Case, Micro USB Cable, 3 Sets of Silicone Ear Gels, Manual nd Warning Leaflets, TA Label|
|Connectivity Type||Bluetooth 5.0|
|Release Date||March 28, 2018|
|Warranty||Jabra Elite 65t offers 2 years warranty|
According to the Jabra Elite 65t review, these are one among the simplest truly wireless headphones you’ll buy today at the best price. They cost slightly higher than Apple Earpods, but they also offer better sound quality, noise isolation and adjustable ambient noise once you want it. The Jabra Elite 65t also has an IP55 rating, which suggests higher water resistance and handy sports-oriented features. For people that can have more budget, the active noise cancellation Sony WF-1000X is a superb choice. If you simply have the allow one among these, though, choose the Elite 65t.
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