UC-Certified means that UC is satisfied. Collaboration is easy with this on- ear headset. Works out of the box with a lot of things. Plug in and go. There is a connection. The earbuds are designed to stay in no matter how hard you work out, with their unique ShakeGrip technology along with being water and sweatproof, they are designed to stay in no matter how hard you work out. Choose your preferred level of awareness or immerse yourself in your workout with Hear Through technology. With 4 microphones and covered with fine SAATI Acoustex mesh for wind protection, these earbuds have you covered. Each speaker has up to 8 hours battery and 30 hours with the case, and each bud has Personalization options and 6mm speakers. My Sound makes the music you love even better by tailoring it to your individual hearing profile, thanks to their latest technology.
👤I have to return these after a month. I pretended to myself that the earbuds were worth $180 when the ANC was so bad. It isn't worth it. The bass is hard to hear, and when you try to change that in the app with their "boosted bass" feature, it doesn't play anything at all. I tried the studio earbuds for $100 and it was a better experience. There is a Fit is amazing. I've never had earbuds that felt good in my ear. They have a non sticky grip that seems to prevent them from falling out. The fit is snug and secure, the sound quality is good, and the battery life is good. It needs to be better to compete at this price. ANC is important to me for my commute and gym. The case feels like plastic. I feel like if it falls once, it will shatter on me.
👤These were purchased from Amazon. I have my first impressions. There is a I'm looking forward to the first run with them and the Pros: Stay in great, tried to shake them out with no success. I expected it to be small, but it was even smaller than I thought. The Earbuds have a battery life of 5 minutes and a wireless charging case that lasts a significant amount of time. There is a These are the smallest earbuds I've seen, and they stick out of my ears more than I expected. The buttons and other functions can be tailored in ways I could not do with previous earbuds. I appreciate the button changing based on what I'm listening to or receiving. Sound quality is very good for the size of the earbuds. The app allows for customization. Touch-based buttons don't seem to work for me. The buttons do the trick. Earbuds have a strong feel to them that leads me to believe they will hold up over time. There is a The ANC leaves more to be desired than the other cons, and they wish they were offered in the Titanium Black like the pros. This can be improved with an update. It's not a big deal for me since it's supposed to be added with a future update. At times, the setting locations are confusing. Sometimes certain pages won't load. There is a Summary I'd really like a pair of earbuds that I can use at work for calls, as well as for working out, so I'm looking forward to continuing to evaluate these. Since they don't have ear hooks, I feel better dual purposing them as long as they stay in during workouts. I have more time with them.
👤I own the 65s, 75s, 85s and these. The elliptical canal-end of the 85s was horrible, as were the 65s and 75s. Don't go to the 85s! The 7s are my favorite. The sound quality is great. I think the noise cancellation is the best. They are the smallest of all of them. I like the texture of the buds. They won't connect with more than one device at a time. The previous models did. It is a little annoying. It is going to cost a star. The case opens from the plug side. Why. A small issue is created when opening the case. We will pretend I didn't mention that. A software update could fix the one-device-at-a-time issue. I will upgrade to 5 stars if that happens. I can't speak to that part of their use because I don't use them for phone calls. I use them on my bike for music and the wind noise buds cause is as good as any.
My Sound makes the music you love even better by tailoring it to your individual hearing profile, thanks to their latest technology. Making and taking calls is always a great experience, thanks to enhanced 4-microphone call technology which filters out wind and other disruptive noises around you. The Jabra Elite 75t features a new smaller design that provides an ideal fit for every type of ear while the ergonomics make them very comfortable. With the 4th generation true wireless connection, your music and calls will be stable, with no wires to get in the way, and you can enjoy conversations and music with no audio dropouts or interruptions. There is an active noISE cancellation. You can use the Sound plus App to turn on ANC the first time you use it, and you canggling between ANC and Hear Through via your Earbud button. With the Elite 75t, you get up to 24 hours of battery time with the pocket-friendly charging case, and you can stay connected.
👤These are very comfortable and easy to use. They work well and the music is good. Sometimes phone calls aren't clear. Some are fine. The buds pop in the box. The app on the phone works well. Sometimes you want to hear what's going on around you, and sometimes you don't.
👤The products from Jabra are terrible. I had to return both sets of earbuds I bought. I bought a different model of earbuds after one of them didn't work. They worked for a day before I had to use my phone. Don't bother with it. There are a lot of good options.
👤The left piece works as expected while the right one produces a cracked sound.
👤These are excellent quality earbuds for the price.
👤There were 4x Large, 2x small, and 0x medium eargels. The left ear charging contacts are old.
👤The performance is great and it was made well.
👤The left ear bud has no sound and cuts in and out. It was disappointing to say the least.
👤Un poco incomodos usandolos.
The accessory pack is for the 75e. There are 3 pairs of eargels. There are 3 pairs of earwings.
👤I bought this headset to use at work. It was a requirement because we use Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business at my workplace. My workplace provided a wired headset for all of us when we moved to use the service. Plantronics Blackwire wired models were the majority of the ones we got. The mics work well and they sound great. When our group moved to an open office environment where every conversation is audible even from 3 aisles away, I wanted something with noise cancellation even if it meant paying for it myself. I wanted something that I could use outside of work, because I was paying for it myself. I considered the on- ear headphones. The MB 660 and the 6200 and 8200 UC were considered by me. I chose these because they are portable, have great all-day battery life, and are water resistant so I can work out with them. I have used them many times to work out. I think it depends on what you're doing. The ear buds don't fall out of my ears because the ear hooks keep them in place, but the neckband can be annoying if you're jumping around or moving a lot. I don't think this is different from other neckband style headsets. I'm not saying that's wrong. This was my first neckband-style headset and it's just something I noticed and pointed out to anyone who was wondering. It's fine if you're on an elliptical or bike. It could become annoying if you are doing high-impact aerobics or laying on a bench. I sweated with these several times and they were fine. I would like to find alternative ear gels for these. It would be great to be able to put Comply foam tips on these to help seal out more noise. These are good for canceling out noise at work but not great at blocking voices. These would be better with tips that seal. I have listened to music with these and they are not for high end consumers. They are a little heavy on the mid to low end if you are an audio engineer. Some people like this. It might be okay. I think these are great for audiobooks. These are for listening. Most of us don't buy headphones with high expectations for clarity and detail in music because it is not near class-leading. They are convenient for us. I don't have to take them off for these to succeed for me. I can pair these with my work laptop and my phone and use them to call and listen to music, but not lose a beat. If I want to listen to my high-resolution audio and be a music snob, I will put on real headphones and plug in via a headphone jack. It's easy to switch to another pair if I want because they hang around my neck and stay out of the way. I've had no issues with using them for calls or meetings, they sound great and I use them for calls and meetings on my wired Blackwire. I like the way the button works. I read a lot of reviews and watched a lot of videos on the differences between these and the Voyager 6200 UC, and they seemed to sound better because of the better proximity of the mic to your mouth. These are magnetic and are less floppy. That feature is not available in the Voyager. They're much easier to port around because they're in- ear. I put them on before I leave the house so I can wear them at night. No fuss. I accept that trade-off because they really do last all day. There is a If you don't need the Skype for B/MS Teams/Lync connection, don't buy these. There are many better ways to spend $200 on headphones. You don't need to spend that much. Plug in your own high-quality headphones with a Radsone ES 100. I think this is a great choice if you want a portable solution. There is a I bought these from Amazon Warehouse to save a little money, but they had a problem with static in the box, and I saw a lot of reviews on Amazon that said they had problems with static. When noise cancellation was on, it was an issue. I bought a new pair after returning the old ones. I have had them for about 2 months and haven't had any problems. I bought an extended warranty since it seemed to be a common problem. If I run into that issue, I will update.
The Bose Music app walks you through the setup of your headphones, making it easy to start. You can access noise cancellation settings, manage your connections, and more. Reduced noise, better sound, is what the advanced active noise canceling technology is about. Listen and tune with incredible clarity. The ANC function can cancel out a wide range of low and mid frequencies noises, such as the aviation environment and car engines, so you can focus on what you want to hear. Thanks to the built-in microphone, the call quality is superior. The E7 Active Noise Cancelling headphones give you a clearer voice. While talking on the phone, there is an additional microphone feature. Conversation is easy to have with easy, hands-free calling. Just speak with a short press and leave your phone where it is. The 45mm drivers reproduce a full range of frequencies. The sound of the headphones will give you a deep, powerful, and immersive sound at any volume, making your overall listening experience just that much better. Their goal has always been to provide better sound quality for their customers. The E7 wireless active noise cancelling headphones are pressure-free. The ear pads increase ear/pad contact for a stable fit. You won't notice you're wearing headphones with a light-weight design. A built-in 750mAh battery will provide you with a huge 30-hour battery life. You won't have to worry about having enough power for a long trip if you have a wireless headphones. 3.5mm Jack is the type of connection. There are compatible devices. The included components are: 1 E7 active noise cancelling headphones, 1 3.5mm audio cable, and a user guide.
👤The battery life of this headphones is amazing. After 3 days of normal use, the battery level is still at 100 percent. The build feels okay and the headphone is light. Ear pads are comfortable. There is no issue of finger prints on the whole body of the headphones. The combination of red and black is very appealing. There is a The headphones, 3.5mm audio cable, and instruction manual are in the box. There isn't a storage pouch. The pair was straight forward. There are a few things worth noting, but I am not sure what the version of the headphones is. You can only connect to one device at a time. I have another headphones that can connect to 2 devices and I don't think it's a deal breaker, noise canceling is average and volume control is local to the headphones. It works better when you play music. There is no loss of audio quality when you switch to ANC mode. It is very good to have noise isolation. On the average side, the microphone performance is good. Voice is soft at the other person's side. There is a It is also good to have range and connection. At a distance of more than 20 feet, there is no connection. I was able to pair my phone and book with no issues. It remembers the last connected device if you have multiple devices. To change the device, long press the red button and the device will connect to another device. I think it is a good price for money. The product has an excellent battery life and sound quality.
👤They're supposed to be over the ear headphones. They are on my ears. I have Bose's that are over my ear. I buy these for the office on the few occasions I want to listen to music or have a meeting. I wanted to get this out there and update later. The rating will be adjusted based on use. The review is 3 stars. Update 8/12/21 The on/off is difficult to use. It was very annoying. These are not over my ear. Some other headphones I've used, they only connect to a single source. This isn't that big of a deal. Mentioned, no rating deduction for it. There is a I'm not sure I'll keep them. The review was lowered to 2 stars. They are okay on comfort after spending more time with them. I wore them for 7 hours in the last 2 days. I'm removing the criticism from the review. There is no indication of the amount of charge on macOS. The Bose and airpods tell me how much charge is left. Kinda sad about this. They can pump out volume. I keep them set at 20% because I'm worried about my ears. It was a con. The mic is terrible. Everyone told me that the E7 mic was bad when I switched to it from the iMac mic. I was also in a quiet office. The power switch is annoying. ? It seems weird. Sometimes I have to turn the E7's off to get it to work. The sound I hear has dropouts, but they are connected when it's not working. I'm not sure if this is the fault of the E7's or my iMac, but I guess it's the E7's. I'm leaning towards keeping them. If I could, I would give them 2.5 stars. They were returned on 8/22-21. The issues with the iMac are annoying and there is a bug in the firmware. There isn't a place to update the firmware. The controls are impossible for me to use without taking the headphones off. There is a I decided that another $200+ for the QC35-II's is worth it, for how much I will use them. I didn't want to gamble on a cheaper brand. I don't like returning stuff.
Solidly made and firewood-free purchase. Before shipping, every piece is inspected. There is a 12-month warranty for free replacement. Digital Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) is the world's leading noise cancellation technology and works well in both wired and wireless mode. To be better and better noise reducing is their goal. Light for head relaxing and portable for traveling storage are the features of the elegant appearance and tiny lightweight folding. The headset is only 0.4 lbs and has a headband with 8 levels. International standard size. 10 minutes to use 2 hours is fast charge. After 1-2 hours of full charge, playtime can be extended up to 50 hours. It is easy to communicate with built-in sensitive microphones. Support voice control with a 3.5mm stereo audio cable. Extra charging protection for high-end cars. The sound chamber has 40mm HD speakers and clear mega bass. Stereo drivers and other bands have improvements that make music more enjoyable. Quality needs to be heard. The leather is skin-friendly and comfortable. Air Pressure Balances are designed to reduce sound wave pressure of active noise reduction. It was more comfortable than all other brands. It was designed in Japan.
👤I travel extensively for business and sometimes use headphones for watching movies on my tablets while taking longer flights. Listening to music in a plane is not important. There were some issues with my Bose QC II. The ear padding was beginning to decay. There are two more The maximum volume was not what I wanted. The audio cable was a problem. I wanted a good set of noise-cancelling headphones that was close to the quality I experienced with my QC IIs, but I didn't want to spend $300 on something that I may only use for a couple of hours a month. It's portable: I started looking at the Srhythm NC35 headphones because of this. They folded up in a way that was easy to carry. Most of the headphones folded in a way that they wouldn't fit in a slim notebook bag. The NC 35 case is 20% smaller than the carrying case. There is a It's comfort: The NC35s are quite comfortable and I have worn them up to 1 1/2 hours with not much issue, however, side by side, the QC IIs are a bit more comfortable. The ear padding on the Bose is very soft and there is a bit more padding on the top. The NC35s push the ear phones onto your head. There is a noise cancellation. This was a bit of a surprise. I compared my new Srhythms to my old ones using recorded white noise. The Boses were better than the Srhythms. I was expecting the NC35 to be worse than the QC IIs, but they are using 15 year old technology. You have to remember that the cost of the QCs was $300 15 years ago. There is a Audio: The NC35s have a higher maximum volume than the QC IIs and this makes them the winner when listening to dialog in movies where the fidelity of the sound is not that important. The Bose headphones are close to the NC35s when listening to music. I had to change my headphones a couple of times to make sure I preferred Bose headphones. Quality and materials are important. There is a If you look at the headphones, you would think they are premium, but that's probably because of the styling. It's hard to say that the Bose and Srhythm headphones are not better than the plastic ones, but when you push the buttons or run your finger over the phone's exterior, you get the impression that it's more delicate than it looks. There is a design flaw. I have only taken one plane trip. The ANC light was on when I opened the carrying case on the plane. When we landed, I shut off the head phones, but when I got to the hotel, the ANC light was back on. The ANC button is accidentally turned on. If not caught soon, you could find yourself with a headset that was completely drained of power. I believe this can be solved with a strip of thick foam inserted into the case. There is a I have taken one trip so far, and the NC35s and the QC IIs performed well. I wore the headset for 4 hours. They were comfortable. I don't see a reason why I would pay $300 for a Bose noise cancelling headphones. If I wanted one set of high quality headphones for travel and home, or if I was constantly flying from New York to Australia, these are giving me as good, if not better, performance than the previous ones, and back then the QC IIs were selling. The NC35s are a good performer, but it's hard to justify spending $200 more for high end headphones. The accidental activation of the ANC button is the only issue. You should modify your carrying case to prevent this from happening.
The Jabra Evolve2 30 Headset is a professional headset. It's a telework headset that opens doors to enhanced comfort, seamless collaboration and instant concentration anywhere, whoever you are, and however you like to work. Their advanced 2-microphone audio system captures your voice while simultaneously analyzing and reducing noise around you. The busylight on the pro headset turns on automatically when it is in do not disturb mode. They measured hundreds of heads to make a lighter and more comfortable headset. The expert design and reinforced steel headband exerts gentle, evenly distributed pressure for all day comfort. The Evolve2 30 office headset is designed to deliver portable concentration, cancelling 48% more of the noise around you with memory foam ear cushions and innovative ear cup design. UC-Certified means that UC is satisfied. Collaboration is easy with this on- ear headset. Works out of the box with a lot of things. Plug in and go. There is a connection.
👤What is wrong with you? This is the third set of headphones I've tried, the third model, where you show pictures that have someone wearing your headphones with a mic on the left side. The headphones don't allow it. The mic is on the right side and the cord is too short to use. The microphone quality is better at the east location. It's not even better than the cheaper ones I get from Sennheiser, and those I can wear on the left side of my face, and have a longer cord. And after this... What is UP doing with the volume of music? I understand that you want to protect my ears. I want to stop this nonsense. There is no option to do so. Madness.
👤My colleagues said "hey you sound kind of fuzzy" when I didn't use the headphones for my work call. Good headphones are a must if you are working from home. Good microphone and good sound quality. These are not going to compare to Bose, but they are decent and under $100. The headphones are even better than I thought, and they were recommended as "work gear". People can hear me above the noisy portable AC unit. I use it to remove noise from my work calls.
👤I thought I would give these a try. They are comfortable for all day use. You can't switch mic sides. You have to have a mic boom on the right side. The boom is not repositionable excepting up/down. I was confused about the features of the different models, this one does not auto-mute when you raise the mic. The busylight does not work at all, only the light on the end of the cord. There is no option to install Jabra Direct on my company computer because my call center uses WDE/Genesys. "Noise cancellation" is the reduction of ambient noise passive, meaning the earpieces insulate you from room sounds. If you have any breathing issues, don't bother with this model because it doesn't have an active noise cancellation via the microphone. The cord is not as long as previous models. I had to buy an extension to connect to a laptop on top of my desk. It's on theamzn.to The Model 30 is going to be $350, but the model 75 looks like it will be everything I thought it would be.
👤I'm satisfied with the product. There are two gripes. The boom arm will not work if you move it up. It won't. It will make it hard for people to hear you if you're drinking water or coughing. If you have a big cough or a dog yelling in the background, it's better to have it muted. 2. The boom needs to be on the right side. I used a previous Jabra that let it swing forward or back, so you could wear it left-handed, where the boom is on your left side and still in front of your mouth.
👤This was the first headset I've purchased that wasn't a Plantronics brand. I'm sorry, but I will be returning the headset. I work in a high call volume virtual call center, I handle 100 to 150 calls in a 10 hour shift, 5 days a week. My ear started to hurt after 6 hours into my shift with the Jabra, and I became annoyed with the headset. The sound quality was the same. I don't like the length of theusb cord for my setup. The customer was aware that I was messing with the headset when I pressed the volume and mute buttons. I was hoping for better quality than Plantronics Blackwire, but I will back Plantronics Blackwire.
Making and taking calls is always a great experience, thanks to enhanced 4-microphone call technology which filters out wind and other disruptive noises around you. The Jabra Elite 75t features a new smaller design that provides an ideal fit for every type of ear while the ergonomics make them extremely comfortable. There is a new version of the internet of things, called the "Bluetooth 5.0". The profiles are supported by bluetooth. SPP v1.2 was released. With the 4th generation true wireless connection, your music and calls will be stable, with no wires to get in the way. There is an active noISE cancellation. You can use the Sound plus app to enable toggling between ANC and Hear Through when you first use the earbuds, and you can also use the ear buds to block out noise. With the Elite 75t, you get up to 24 hours of battery time with the pocket-friendly charging case, and you can stay connected.
👤The pros are: It's small, compact, and sleek, and it compares to many other designs out there. The look of these Jabra doesn't draw attention. This is something that Apple will not get back. They have a tight fit. My experience is that the earbuds will not leave your ear unless you use your hands. I ran, went on a trampoline, and heard Jimi Hendrix. It was very sturdy, no wobble at all. They are comfortable to wear. The 75t rests on your ears, rather than near the speaker end. Both are secure and comfortable. Excellent connection. They don't use them as a phone or just for music. If you want, you can connect to your phone and another device with the 75t. The case can last up to 28 hours. I didn't test to see if the number is correct, but I did need to charge it after a week. The case is small and can be stood upright. The Airpods charging case is a little smaller. My wallet and keys can be put in one pocket. The magnetic seal on the case makes it easy to open. The earbuds can fall off if the magnets are not strong. The case has a fast charging port. 40 minutes more battery life was given by a 10-minute charge. The battery levels for the case and earbuds can be checked with the app. The layout of the microphone is very good. A 4 microphone setup makes a conversation very clear on their end. There was no wind distortion on the other side. Your voice is the only one that is focused when using these microphones. They work well. There is a built-in button on the earbuds. Thanks, small perks go a long way. One-touch on the earbuds. If you are connected to your phone, you can use your voice assistants. Dust and sweat are resistant. These buds will keep going if you sweat all you like. There is a The app is one of the best features. You can change your sound take with the 75t's app. The layout is very user-friendly as you are given a graphic display of how much you want the sound quality to be, either your right, left or both earbuds. I believe in enabling the use of custom sound profiles because only you know what is best for your hearing. I am very happy with the amount of personalization with this. The earbuds will adapt to what you change in the app if you apply your personal sound settings. No restart or delay. One of the best bass levels on the market. If you are a bass person, you will love this. If you are, you can go in the app and reduce it. The mids and highs are crisp, while the Passive Noise reduction does a decent job blocking out those outside noises. Pulling out my earbuds, they stop the music I was playing. There are quick sensors. The tap controls are easy to use. The option to control the volume controls on the earbuds is the best part of this. No need to use the phone. There are pros and cons. The bass is loud. It is too good. The music is always boom, boom and it is always the highs and lows. I went to the app and cut the bass. The bass power is not that significant. I am not a bass person, but this is an upside. There was no built-in noise-canceling software. When the wind blows in your face, the Passive Noise reduction works well. It does reduce the amount of wind resistance, but the environment will still be loud in the earbuds. The water rating is low. You have to be extra careful when the rain or snow comes because of your sweat resistance. These are great for running, but you have to be careful not to get these buds wet. The ear is big. The buds look like they will pop out of my ear. The earbuds should be extended so they are thin and not large. There was no wireless charging for the case. On average, you get a less full day of battery life. Other reviewers have had worse, so be warned. There is a tight deal with the buds. I don't have an issue. Some people don't like the feeling of air coming in, and would like it if it were there. If you are a runner, this is a must. There is a The left ear bud can be used on its own. The right can and cannot be left. It is a wait and see as to when a software update will be. Changing your setting with these buds is not automatic. I had to wait for the buds to adjust to the settings I made on the app. This only happens when there are significant changes. You can't use these with an Apple device. You have to call. The size of the hands may make it hard for them to use these. I tried to connect my computer and phone at the same time, but the buds didn't work. It has a hard time choosing which one to give you when your phone goes off when you watch a video on the internet, and it is trying to find what primary use is. I accidentally press the wrong buttons on the buds with a small bulky size. There is a learning curve when it comes to press. There is a The bottom line. These are good for active lifestyles. I had to take them out of my ears. I was most impressed with the way you can modify the sound when using the app. It's a good idea to be able to set the sound experience that fits your needs. These earbuds are small, have a great microphone, and have an excellent battery case, so I can take them with me on the go. There is a That bass is still there. When the music matches it, but there is bass in songs that don't need it, it's very annoying. The app does help, but you should expect the default sound to be neutral. I expected to get noise-canceling software because of the higher pricing, but sadly it wasn't. My expectations were higher because of the mediocre battery life, but there are decent earbuds. There is a A decent sound with a strong bass, but no battery life to brag about. There is a I hope I helped you. Honest reviewer.
Digital Active Noise Cancelling Technology silences up to 90% of machine noise. You can focus on what you're doing if you cancel the noise from planes, subways, cars and crowds. ANC is less effective in quiet environments than noise cancellation. A high-resolution audio driver and a lightweight voice coil are included in the High-Res Audio in Silence. The sound is peerless with no interruption. Quality needs to be heard. The rhythm of your soul can be found. You can enjoy your world without noise for 50 hours with a single charge, or plug in a 3.5mm stereo audio cable when the battery is low. The professional-grade ear-pads are foldable and lightweight. The ear-cups have a light weight of only 0.4 lbs for maximum comfort even during long periods of use. It folds away for easy storage when travelling. The best size for you is determined by the structure of the headsets and headband. The low lantency gaming mode is only accessible by pressing the Multi-function button three times. You can experience the gaming environment with seamless music.
👤You have to know why noise canceling exists in the first place, and that's for flying, because the noise canceling seems to work perfectly. It's all over. It helps with the tuning of the low frequencies, which is what noise canceling was invented for, and that's what it's still good at. I tested these phones against my other headphones using an app on my cell phone that gave me low frequencies, and these seemed to do just as well as I could tell. There is a It seems to work as expected. Wait for the light to blink and then set your device to pair. Each time it will connect. The connection has been stable for me so far. The quality of these headphones was better than I would have expected, and they had features that made them stand out. They don't feel like they're in a class with other brands. This is one of the best wireless headphones I have ever purchased. Not only worth the money. Absolutely would recommend them.
👤I was worried that buying from an unknown brand would hurt me, but it didn't. There is a I should note that my 5 stars are based on the value of the headphones, not the quality. The Srhythms would probably come up short if you compared them to Bose or Sony headphones. The material feels flimsy, and I've had issues with the connection where the headphones wont go past a certain volume, but really that volume is sufficient for most purposes. The sound quality is great, the noise cancelling is good, and the sound leakage is good. ) I can wear them all day. The battery life seems good, they look good, and the case is legit. I feel like there's more. I can't think of anything else. There is a I'm very pleased with this purchase. It's a good value, look no further!
👤I love the convenience of wireless headphones, but I've been trying to find the perfect wired one because it's the best of both worlds. You are attached to the source of music even though wired headphones won't turn off. CONVENIENCE is the first benefit of these headphones, and they have become a perfect option for me. The headphones come with a 3.5mm cable, so you can plug it in when the battery is low. It's a great find for someone like me. The sound is only from one dynamic, but it's good enough for me, especially if I'm listening to an audiobook in the middle of my walk. There is a sound. I liked the sound so much that it sounded like someone was singing directly in your ear. Classical music, Rammstein, and everything else sounds great so far. NoISE CANCELLATION. The headphones already offer partial noise cancellation, but with ANC turned on, it's even better! I was testing the lawn mower and it was completely blocked out. They are effective. There is a It's fit. The shape of the over-the- ear pieces is similar to the shape of the ear. The fit is perfect, not tight, not loose, just soft. I can wear them for a long time. There are controls. These headphones give a lot of control functions, for example, you can pause a song, skip to the next one, adjust volume, and answer the calls, which are all different from my other headphones. With my previous headphones, I could only adjust the volume and turn them off. There is packing. The packaging is stylish. It comes in a black box with a silver drawing of the headphones, and inside there is a case that you can use later to carry the headphones in your bag or a backpack, and not worry about them being scratched or damaged. The package has a charging cable, 3.5mm cable, and an instruction. I like my headphones so far, I hope they serve me for a long time.
The Jabra Elite 85h Wireless Headphones are designed to block unwanted background noise. If noise is detected, smart active noise cancellation will switch on. The audio is smartSound. The SmartSound Audio technology in these headphones analyzes your sound environment and automatically applies your personalized audio to give you the sound you need. The noise canceling headphones have a long battery life of up to 36 hours on a single charge, and fast charging of 5 hours in 15 minutes. The advanced technology uses 6 of the 8 built in microphones to enhance call quality and block out background noise, so you can make and receive calls in total confidence. There are no wires in these wireless headphones and they are water resistant, so you are prepared to go anywhere. The operating temperature was -5 degrees Celsius to 45 degrees Celsius.
👤This review of the Jabra Elite 85h is very important to me. The noise-canceling headphones are wireless. First things first, who am I and what qualifications do I have? There is a Thank you for asking... I've been in the broadcasting industry since 1986. I have used headphones for over 30 years on my job. I've used a variety of headphones, but I've tended to find something I liked and stuck with, so maybe my list isn't as long as you might think. I have some experience with headphones. That doesn't mean I'm an expert because there are lots of different types of headphones for different jobs. I think I'm a knowledgeable professional. It's called TL;DR. The jabra 85h headphones are worth every penny and sound amazing! Let's talk about the headphones. The price is the first thing we should start with. These are not budget headphones and they don't pretend to be. You are in the wrong place if you want to save money. If you're looking for great sound quality, good solid build quality and a useful feature-set, you're in the right place. There is a The headphones are comfortable. Since noise cancelling headphones tend to create a sealed environment for your ears, you can get a little sweaty around the ears, but they are comfortable. I did not mess with either of them. I don't really need those things in my headphones, so you'll have to check some other reviews. I use them wired for the best sound quality and I have a million-zillion devices that answer me when I say anything that resembles her name. I don't need another. Sound quality and comfort were what I was worried about. We already have comfort out of the way, so let's talk about sound quality. I put these on and tried out a few of the songs. I could make the old recordings sound better with a little bit of EQ. With newer songs, almost no amplification was needed. I was able to reach near-painful levels without any hint of distortion, because the volume levels were very good. I never experienced classic distortion, but if I jacked up the EQ high enough on the bass, I could get some bottoming out or popping, but that could have been the software itself. The headphones sounded great. These headphones are expensive in most worlds. They are for me, but there are people who wouldn't like them. People who pay a lot more for headphones have to buy an amplifier because the headphones have high resistance drivers that need more power to drive them. I envy those who get to use them, but they introduce a whole level of complexity and added devices and I could go on and on about why, for most people, these are as good a headphones as you will ever need. Most of us don't need that level of headphones because we're already using basic drivers to drive the headphones, and we wouldn't need that level of amplification. There are three modes for these headphones. They still play music, but it is not altered in any way. You hear the music, but also hear someone talking to you. There is a Automatic noise cancellation is a type of noise cancellation. The off mode doesn't require a battery. You can hear some noises, but it's not as loud as HEAR THRU. There is a ANC make the outside world very quiet, and almost all you hear is music. The sound is not harmed by the Jabra 85h. It is surprisingly good, but a little bass seems to be lost in this setting. A lot of cheap headphones try to do ANC and it doesn't sound good, so I was impressed with this. The ANC is very well done by Jabra. There is a I would happily tell anyone who would listen that these headphones are amazing and that you should buy them. I hope this review helps you. I try to return the favor and leave a review that will tell you if a product is worth buying or not, because I feel like reviews are important in determining if a product is worth buying or not. I try to make it clear to you what is important to me, and hopefully that will make it easy for you to like it. There is a It is important for Amazon shoppers to stick together and let each other know if a product is garbage. I will let you know if a product isn't good so you don't have to return it. If you have a question, please go to my profile page. I like to respond to questions about a product quickly. I would like to thank you for reading my review.
Plug and play multi-pLATFORM COMPATIBILITY works with most modern devices that have a 3.5mm jack, such as the PS4 and XBOX One. Plug & Play makes it the ideal headset for travelling or as a gift, safe in the knowledge that it will fit a multitude of devices. Active noise cancellation technology is used. In low and mid-range frequencies, the ambient noise can be reduced with the help of the Zihnic wireless headphones. You can listen to music in a quiet and peaceful environment on the subway, bus, or plane. The ANC headphones have 40mm large-aperture drivers, which can deliver Hi-Res audio sound and deep bass. The wireless headsets try to bring out the best sound performance. The built-in microphone in the Zihnic headphones ensures better sound quality for hands-free calls. Most of the devices that are connected to the internet could be connected fast and it has a stable connection. You can get rid of wire hassle by listening to music or calling. The earcups are made from durable and skin-friendly leather and foam. You feel no pressure because it wraps around your ear. The earcups are 90 so that you can find the best angle. The ANC headphones have a 700mAh large battery capacity, so you can enjoy music all day long. It is the best partner for long travel because of the power running out problem. The charging is fast and the headphones are fully charged in 1.5 hours. 24 hours after-sale customer services and quick response are some of the tips. Don't hesitate to contact them.
👤My parents, who own this account, have bought countless headphones since I was a child, and I have been unable to find headphones that last through the years of being a kid. I mean many, many headphones and earbuds. None have measured up to these. There is a I can't hear people yelling my name because of the noise cancellation. There is a The no tug feature is my favorite feature, it helps if you forget that you have the headphones on your head, since the pads are thick, and feel like your ears are being used. There is a The only problem I have is that when you wear them with glasses, they press on the glasses and hurt your head a bit, but if adjusted this can be easily resolved. I love the fact that they can shrink to a small child's size, because I have always had a small head. Sharing headphones is very convenient if you go up to an adult size. There is a This company is very specific when packaging, the case came even newer than new, and the delicate packaging makes you feel cared about as a customer. There is a I wish I'd discovered these as a kid, I would have loved them, because I was a clumsy person who did bike tricks and rode everything that had wheels, so I recommend them for active music loving people. The owner of this account and I bought these headphones because of their excellent quality. I had to purchase them after I borrowed them. They were worth every scent. I can assure you that these headphones are great, even if this review sounds exagerated. Thank you to the company for this amazing product, I hope this comment helps the hard workers who make this product, have a great day.
👤The first pair of daughters sat on the floor and broke. We love these headphones. She doesn't like earbuds that are too heavy on her head. They are perfect and work for me. I bought a third pair for the school year. They have the ability to plug into a computer. She has been with us for almost a year. I can say that they are well made and can handle a lot of use.
👤I tend to have a rough sound sensitivity. I have to live in an RV twelve feet from a major highway. Talk about living in a tin-can. They block most of the outside noise for me. You can tell when the noise cancellation is on. There is a I use the system interchangeably with my devices, and it pairs up easily with my devices. I'm considering getting a second pair to leave dedicated to my switch.
👤The battery lasted a long time. They fit well on my head and weren't too tight for a long time. I use them for sleep meditations. They lasted for at least a week before I needed to charge them and the battery wasn't completely dead. I charged it because I wanted to make sure they made it through the next couple of days. The fold up is a little different than expected, but the carrier is three times the size that it looks in all the pictures, it is not small or tiny. It is. You can't just put something in a purse. If you really needed it, you could put it in the larger purses.
The operating temperature was -5 degrees Celsius to 45 degrees Celsius. Enjoy a lifestyle with earbuds that are secure. It was rated against sweat and dust. The included charging case will allow you to power your music, calls, and fitness tracking for up to 15 hours. The third generation true wireless earbuds are from Jabra. You can take calls and listen to music on the go without worrying about audio dropouts. Your music, the way you want to hear it, with a custom equalizer that lets you personalize it.
👤I had to change the setting to not allow hear through and now it works. Not much of a difference. I was disappointed but figured I would update. There is a They fit well in my ears and don't hurt. Not sure who approved this, but these don't integrate withAlexa well at all. When you click the button, it doesn't register anything you say or say nothing, and it sounds like an error. I only bought these to have ear buds that are compatible with the Amazon voice assistant. I was disappointed. I liked being able to hear my surroundings. I liked that they have a location app that you can use to relocate them. I didn't like that these made a noise in the charging case. The main purpose for purchasing these with a certified voice assistant was not fulfilled and I am disappointed that Amazon allowed these to pass as certified. If you liked my review, please let me know. I rely on other product reviews when buying items of my own. Thanks!
👤I was told that I would have to pay a higher price for a new pair of earbuds because they did not work right. That is not right.
👤Thank you for taking the time to review this item. The brand is magnificent. I don't purchase any items of this brand that are renewed. I made a terrible mistake and thought it would be a good idea to save money. They had a lot of problems with the audio and it was bad. I was met with silence when I tried to contact the seller. Thank goodness for Amazon because they made sure that everything was perfect. I am very happy with the new set I bought from Jabra. The moral of the story is not to buy a new item in order to save money. Thank goodness for Amazon because they know my history. They held this company accountable.
👤The passthrough on these earbuds seems to be important to the way we use headphones. I don't know why it's not a standard feature on all headphones. I would buy them in an instant if they made an over- ear headphones. The crowd noise and some of the other noises are very soothing, especially in loud screaming crowds, and the passthrough allows me to be aware of my surroundings. I lost the first pair I bought, and have bought four more since. If loud noises bother you, I recommend them very highly. The battery life is 5 hours, but I never wear them that long. I'm always able to replenish them because I'm always in meetings. I'm looking at the 75s for the longer battery life. There is a I was wearing them wrong and twisting too much, so they hurt my ears initially, but I got the hang of them after a week. The sound quality is very good, and it's also one of the leaders in headsets, so they definitely hit the nail on the head with this one, again. I will not go out without them. It's nice to be able to talk to your phone's assistant, be it a voice assistant like Amazon or a device like a phone. I wish you didn't have to push it for so long, since that's pretty much the only thing I use. I wish you could enable passthrough from the headphones themselves, but you have to go through the app. I don't mind doing that, but it would be a deal breaker if I had an extra app. There is a I would highly recommend these.
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