Jabra Elite Active 75t Navy angled earbuds LBFirst announced at CES 2020, the Jabra Elite Active 75t is now available in Australia. The evolution of the highly rated Jabra Elite 75t, the Active edition has a durable coating to provide optimised grip, is dust and sweat resistant and features up to 7.5 hours of listening pleasure (28 hours with charging case).

The Jabra Elite Active 75t is 22 per cent smaller than its predecessor, the award-winning Elite Active 65t, while simultaneously extending battery life by 89 per cent (up to 28 hours). The earbuds also boast an increased IP rating from IP56 (of the Active 65t) to IP57, making them waterproof, including a warranty of 2 years.

Key features and specifications
Compact earbuds, tested for a secure active fit with optimal noise isolation
Jabra MySound for individualised sound (early Q2, 2020)
Up to 7.5 hours battery life, and 28 hours with the charging case
4-microphone technology for crystal clear calls in every environment
Charging with USB-C
Reliable true wireless connectivity with no audio dropout
IP57-rated durability and 2-year warranty against dust and sweat

Introducing Jabra MySound
From the second quarter of 2020, Jabra will introduce a new software experience, Jabra MySound. Uniquely built upon hearing know-how and technology from sister company GN Hearing, producers of world-class hearing aids, Jabra MySound will individualise each user’s music experience.
As individuals we all have different abilities when it comes to hearing. MySound enables users to optimise their audio experience based on their personal hearing profile. It requires users to utilise the Jabra Sound+ app where they will take a test comprising a series of beeps. Following that, the music audio is optimised for a truly individualised experience, that calibrates the headphones based on each users’ unique profile.

Pricing and availability
The Elite Active 75t in Navy is now available in Australia, via JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, Amazon.com.au, Officeworks, Jabra.com.au. RRP AUD$329.