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  • Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Features, Noise cancellation

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    A Mixed Bag: Excellent Comfort, Subpar ANC

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    I have been happy with my old Jabra Elite 65t and my more recent Elite 85t, but didn’t have a set of sport/active true wireless earbuds for my morning jogs and workout routines. I decided to give the Jabra Elite 7 Active a try since they are designed for active use with their new ShakeGrip technology to ensure that the earbuds stay in the ears. I’ve been using the Elite 7 Active for the past few days and have mixed feelings about them. First here are the Elite 7 Active’s Key Features: *Adjustable Active Noise Cancellation & Hear Through *IP57 rating for water-proofing and dust *Up to 8 hrs of battery on a single charge, 30 hrs with the case *Fast charging provides up to 1 hour of play time with a 5 minute charge. *Qi-certified wireless charging *Ability to re-assign functions to each button for personal configuration And here’s What’s in the Box: *Jabra Elite 7 Active earbuds with case *usb-c charge cable *small and large ear gels, with the medium ear gels pre-mounted on the earbuds Here’s what I think Jabra got right: +Superior comfort and fit: Jabra claims that the design for the Elite 7 earbuds were conducted on scans of 62,000 unique ears. It seems to have worked. The earbuds fit very well in my ear canal. The seal is firm, and I didn’t have any feeling of pressure discomfort that I typically get when wearing earbuds. The earbuds were so comfortable that it felt like I was not even wearing them at all. These earbuds are also lighter than my Elite 65t and 85t. +Compact size: The Elite 7 Active earbuds are noticeably smaller and more compact than my Elite 65t and 85t. Those are so bulky compared to the Elite 7 Active. Moreover, when wearing them, it’s welcoming to know that they don’t protrude out of my ears as much compared to the 85t. The charging case is also slimmer and fits easier into my jean pockets. +ShakeGrip technology: It works well to keep the earbuds from falling out when moving around. I go on one hour daily jogs, and break out a good sweat. The earbuds remained solidly sealed to my ears even with dripping sweat. +Call quality is good: My virtual meeting participants heard me loud and clear during my work meetings, even when I was walking outdoors next to a busy street. The Elite 7 Active’s four microphones with wind protection work well. However, when I put on my Elite 85t, people on the other end of the line noticed that my voice was a little clearer. So, the Elite 7 Active is good, but not as good as they can be. +The Sound+ app is great: From the main menu, you have all the important features that matter without needing to flip through the sub-menus. Up top on the screen, the app lists the remaining battery for each earbud as well as the remaining charge on the case. You can toggle through the different sound modes (Active NC, Hear Through, Off), adjust the music to your liking with the 5 band equalizer, or play Soundscape noises to mask the noise around you. +Mono mode for right and left earbud: This is a great improvement over my Elite 85t. On those earbuds, mono mode is reserved only for the right ear bud. Now, on the Elite 7 Active, I’m not limited to mono mode for the right bud. I can use either ear bud for mono mode. All you need to do is put the unused earbud back in the case. Well, that’s where the good things end for the Jabra Elite 7 Active in my opinion. Here’s where the Elite 7 Active suffers. --Sound Quality: I love the audio quality on my Elite 65t and Elite 85t; they’re well balanced across the frequency spectrum without having to needlessly fiddle too much with the equalizer, so I expected the same sound signature on the Elite 7 Active. The audio quality on the Elite 7 Active is a marked departure from the balance sound I grew accustomed to. The factory tuned audio is much brighter, which means the trebles are boosted. For example, on Adele’s ‘Easy on Me’, her voice just doesn’t sound natural and lacks vocal presence on the Elite 7 Active compared to the Elite 85t. Adjusting the equalizers brought the treble down a bit, but the vocals/mids are still not as prominent. I’m not sure what happened at the factory when they were tuning the Jabra Elite 7 Active. Maybe it’s just me, and the 62,000 ears they used to test these earbuds can’t be wrong. The Elite 7 Active redeems itself on bass. The bass punches through when needed without being overpowering. --Active Noise Cancellation: ANC on the Elite 7 Active is subpar. I went through all of the initial calibration setup for the earbuds and the ANC. I went to a noisy environment as directed by the app, which in my case is the sidewalk next to a busy highway, so that the Sound+ app could work its analytical ANC calibration magic. When it came time to finally use the ANC, I was disappointed. I could still hear a lot of ambient noise. I checked that I had a good seal on the earbuds, so that wasn’t the problem. I even raised the ANC to the highest setting on the Sound+ app. The Elite 7 Active ANC is pretty weak. Once I put my Elite 85t back on my ears, I could feel the difference in the ANC quality. The Elite 85t ANC was able to make the surrounding ambient noise fade away, something that the Elite 7 Active struggled with. --Difficult to open the case. Perhaps it’s due to the smaller, lower profile case, but I initially had trouble opening the case for the earbuds. The first few times I tried, the case ended up slipping off my hands and dropping to the ground as I struggled to get it open. I concluded the best way to get it open is to wedge a fingernail in the interface between the two halves of the case. In summary, I think the Jabra Elite 7 Active are good wireless earbuds. I just need some time to get used to a different audio signature since I’m so used to my Elite 85t. While the ANC isn’t good, the comfort, fit, and ShakeGip technology are sufficient to make up for it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Features, Noise cancellation
    Cons mentioned:
    Ease of use

    Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Workout Buds - Some Issues to Fix

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    I’ve had a chance to try out the new Jabra Elite 7 for about a week. I’ve used them at the gym, walking the dog, listening to music, and work calls. These are true wireless buds that are focused at active/sport users. So far I have really enjoyed using the earbuds, but they do come with a few downsides. Features The Elite 7’s are an ‘in-ear’ bud with swappable ear tips. The shape of the bud as well as the material are designed to keep the bud firmly in place. These buds carry an IP57 rating which is necessary in an active wear bud. With the IP57 rating you could conceivably wears this while swimming or in the shower. The buds come with 3 rubber tip sizes for you to choose from. Each bud has a small status light, and the flat outer surface is the cover for the clickable buttons. The material used on the buds is a smooth plastic on the inner surface (what rests against the inner part of your ear or concha), and a rubberized grippy material that holds the bud in place against the ridge of your ear (the antihelix – I had to looks these names up). This rubberize material is soft to the touch and does a great job of maintaining traction on your ear. The buds come with Bluetooth 5.2 and a rated range of 30 feet. Walking around my house or across my office I can verify that the range hits close to that 30 feet. Battery life of the buds is excellent. The buds have a solid battery life – 8 hours in the buds with ANC on or 10 hours with it off. The case provides additional battery life – 30 hours total if using ANC or 35 hours with ANC off. The buds also have a quick charge feature if the buds are at low battery. 5 minutes in the case will provide an hour of battery life. Charing the case can be done through the USB C port and takes about 2.5 hours to fully charge from empty. You can also choose to charge the case on a Qi certified wireless charger – charge time is still 2.5 hours. The buds and case have indicator lights for their battery status – green is high, yellow is medium, and red is low. Speaking of the case it is quite small. Its certainly small enough to fit in your pocket without noticing it. The buds are held into the case magnetically. The left and right have their own specific indentions for each bud. The case is smooth and sleek, but somewhat to its detriment. It is kind of hard to open quickly. I have to get my grip on the bottom of the case via the USB C port – the top part of the case is smooth and sloped so it hard to leverage it open. I make sure to support the back hinge while I squeeze firmly on the top to lift it open. This certainly isn’t a case you can flip open one-handed. Pairing was very straightforward – I paired it to my phone (LG V40) and my laptop. It’s just a matter of pressing the buttons on each bud simultaneously to put them into pairing mode. From there my device could recognize the buds. On mobile you download the Sound+ app to customize and setup your buds. The initial setup was kind of wild to me. It performed a pressure check to make sure the buds had a good fit – kind of like how a tympanometer works. I went through and created a sound profile based on my hearing ability. Basically it gave me a hearing test, and it would modify the sound profile if I had poor hearing in certain frequency ranges, which I do. There are 3 settings for noise cancelling - ANC (automatic noise cancelling), hear-through, and off. ANC and hear-through are both tuneable in the app, which lets you set the level of their effectiveness. The ANC works great in my experience. It tuned out office noise with ease. I also used it when mowing the yard, and it did an excellent job subduing the sounds of the mower. With hear-through you can hear the outside world in real time. The pass through is mostly clear – there’s some amount of fuzziness but otherwise its perfect. Both of these settings work great in my experience. Fit/Comfort My initial impression was that the buds felt big in my ear. Not the tips per se, but the way it wedges itself into the ear made it feel big. However, after a few minutes that feeling went away and I got used to the fit. They ended up actually being very comfortable and had a snug fit. The medium ear tip gave me the best seal and comfort out of the 3 sizes. It sealed outer noise really well. Wearing these for workouts showed how important that seal was because the shape of the bud somewhat funneled sweat into my ear a bit. Because the seal was good I never had any swear get behind the bud. I never had an issue with keeping the buds in. I ran on the treadmill, did ball slams, and lifted without any issue. Outside of the gym the fit was solid. Wearing them in the office for a good chunk of the day was comfortable enough to not be bothered by them. Controls The controls are pretty simple – they are a physical button that is located on the outside flat surface of each bud. The button gives a nice click, but not it doesn’t require a lot of force. You aren’t at risk of dislodging the buds by pressing the buttons. Inside the Sound+ app you can customize what you want your controls to be. You can configure it for media, when a call is incoming, and during an active call. You can divide controls between the left and right buds, and you have the option of 1, 2, or 3 button pushes to assign your command to. The one thing to keep in mind is if you decide to use the buds in mono (using only 1 bud). Whatever commands you assigned to the bud you have in use are the only commands available to you. One of the things that puzzled me is the lack of volume controls on the buds. You can’t even assign volume controls in the app. You have to use your phone or device to raise/lower the volume. On such a fully featured earbud setup like this I am surprised this isn’t available. Sound Sound out of the buds is honestly great. The tight seal really pumps up the bass you hear, and the sound clarity is excellent. These are the best sounding buds I have used, and I have 5 or 6 different sets of wireless buds that I use interchangeably. These are likely to replace my long standing wireless workout buds in my gym bag. There are 6 different preset EQ’s in the app and you can always customize a preset to your liking. The bass response on the buds is solid. There’s a good thump produced on the low notes. Mids and highs are also quite good. They hold up well at higher volumes and don’t sound tinny or clipped. For calls I was a little underwhelmed. Call quality on my end was superb. For those I was talking to though, it was a bit of a mixed bag. Driving in the car induced a decent amount of noise for the person on the other end. Wind noise was an issue as well. The mics picked up a decent amount of ambient noise and didn’t do a great job in filtering it out. I did find that my call quality improved if I toggled off ANC/hear-through. That seemed to bring a little more clarity to my calls. Overall I don’t plan to use these for a lot of calls, especially if they become by go to gym headphones. Issues I did experience a few issues/faults – these issues have never appeared in any of my other headsets, so I know it isn’t my device. The first issue, which has only happened once or twice, was the random disconnect of one of the buds. I was listening to music, and then all of a sudden, the left bud went silent after a bit of crackling was heard. To fix this I had to put both buds into the case, and then pull them back out to reconnect. The biggest issue appears to be a repeatable failure point that I can induce with the proper steps. This process was repeatable on 3 different Android phones. While audio is playing I toggle between ANC and hear-through via my earbud button command – I have this command assigned to my left earbud on the single push. Toggling it in the app doesn’t induce this failure. If I toggle back and forth a few times I can hear the left earbud crackle as it announces the new hearing mode. If I then use the play/pause command on my right earbud and toggle it back and forth it will cause one of the earbuds to fail – I can induce this to happen >50% of the time with most (but not all) failures taking down the left bud. Using my device to play/pause doesn’t have this effect – it has to be the via the earbud. Once the bud fails it takes some effort to get it working again. I had to toggle the playback device on my phone, put the buds in the case and pull them back out, power them off manually, unpair, etc. A random combination of these actions eventually leads to the buds becoming stable and working again. I hope Jabra can get these issues worked out and corrected with a firmware patch or something. As of right now it’s a pretty glaring issue if using the earbud buttons can cause them to freak out. Overall The Jabra Elite 7’s are a great fitting and comfortable activewear earbud. They are loaded with features, and appear to have great app support. I really liked the ANC and hear-through functionality, and the sound reproduction were top notch. It had a few knocks against it with the underwhelming call quality, and the disconnection/bud breakdowns I experienced. I would expect the major issues to be worked out soon with a firmware update, but I can’t predict the future. If these issues get addressed then these are absolutely a solid earbud to toss in your bag.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Jabra
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      Hello DaveW, thank you for taking the time to share this detailed information regarding your experience with the Jabra Elite 7 Active. The challenges you are describing with the call quality, Bluetooth connection, Active Noise Cancellation, and Hear Through are certainly not what you should expect. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this has caused. We kindly suggest reloading the firmware in your Jabra Sound+ app. Please follow these guidelines provided to you below:
      In the Jabra Sound+ app, From the headset tab, click on the Settings icon in the top right corner. Select Personalize your headset, then Voice guidance language. Select the current language of the earbuds. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the download and installation.
      Once your firmware reload is completed, please reset your Earbuds:
      1. Place both earbuds in the charging case and leave the lid open. Ensure your earbuds are sufficiently charged.
      2. Press and hold (10 seconds) the Left and Right buttons on the earbuds simultaneously until the earbud LEDs flash magenta.
      3. Close the lid of the charging case (5 seconds) to complete the reset.
      Note
      You cannot reset only one of the earbuds.
      The earbuds will need to be re-paired to your mobile device. Remember to delete/forget the pairing in the Bluetooth menu on your mobile device. If you continue experiencing any trouble, we hope you will contact the Jabra Technical Support Team: https://bit.ly/3wLnoWR. It is nice to read that regardless of the troubles you are experiencing, you are satisfied with the Sound+ app, Multifunction buttons, battery life, range, comfortable fit, and design of the Elite 7 Active charging case. This information you have shared is truly valuable to us. Thanks again! Jabra

  • Pros mentioned:
    Features, Noise cancellation, Sound quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Use for phone calls

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for Active Workers - Has a Mute button!

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    I use my earbuds when working from home, while commuting and while working out. Nothing is more annoying than not having a mute function built into the earbuds. With these Jabra earbuds I can finally just tap the left earbud and mute my microphone if the dog barks or the kids start screaming or if the background noise is bothering others on the call. Yes, I can do this with my phone but often my phone is sitting in my pocket or on my desk and getting to the phone and unlocking it every time I want to mute and unmute is royal pain. If you are an active worker or live/work in an active environment these Jabra Elite 7 Earbuds are definitely something you should consider. The overall sound quality is better than most and the Jabra Sound + app gives you total control of the earbuds. Performance: For me these earbuds have a nice balance for music. They produce clear and crisp mids and highs while providing an adequate bass response for earbuds. Using the Jabra Sound + app you can adjust the equalizer to meet your personal taste. Voice call quality was good but slightly low on volume. No matter where I was everyone I talked to said I sounded good. The earbuds have Active Noise Cancellation and Hear Through capabilities. I found that the noise cancellation worked but wasn’t totally isolating. If I used the largest ear tips I could get better noise isolation but that was at the cost of more discomfort. I have an air filter in the room where I work and with it running on medium the ANC would reduce the motor sound by about 70%. I haven’t used these on a plane yet but I would guess that it would reduce the engine drone to a soft background hum. For me this isn’t that big of an issue because it does lessen the environmental noise to an acceptable level. The Hear Through capability worked as expected. You can easily select between ANC and Hear Through by using the earbud button. I was able to Bluetooth pair with my phone, ipad and laptop without any issues. The Jabra Sound + app is one of the best I have used and the documentation Jabra provides via the app is top notch. Fit and Function: The ear buds are thick but have a low profile so they reside mostly in your ear without looking unsightly. Jabra has covered the earbuds with a silicone rubber cover that is supposed to help keep the earbud stationary in your ear. This works pretty well but I found that the rubber coating also causes more of a rubbing sensation and thumping sound when I jog which can be quite annoying. This is not an issue when working out in the gym or walking around. The Jabra Sound + app has an interesting feature named My Fit that actually does a test to see if your earbuds are properly fitted. Using this feature it helps you decide which ear tip to use and how well the earbuds are installed in your ear. Also in the app the My Controls section lets you fully configure the button functionality for both the right and left earbud for Media, Incoming Calls and Active Calls. The earbuds have mechanical buttons on them which means you physically have to push to engage the button. I found that the buttons in these earbuds were engaged without much pressure so I didn’t feel like I was poking myself every time I used them. You can choose your preferred voice assistant via the Jabra Sound + app and then access the voice assistant with a single push on the earbud. The earbuds have auto pause capability when one of the earbuds are removed. They can also be used independently if you only want to use a single earbud. They are IP57 rated so they will handle sweat and moisture. The battery life is up to 8 hours per charge and 30 hours when combined with the case. The case has a USB-C charging port but also can be charged using a wireless charger. There is a colored led on the case to show the battery level but you can also use the Jabra Sound + app to check the levels.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Didn't meet my expectations

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    As a proud owner of a Jabra Elite Active 75t and a Jabra ELITE sport, I'm really disappointed with the Jabra Elite 7 Active. Huge let down. From the flimsy, awkward case all the way to the crappy sound quality. I already tried with all 3 sets of ear gels that comes with and was still not able to get decent bass. I also turned up the bass using the app and you can barely tell the difference. Just the other day the left earbud wouldn't connect no matter how many times I put it back in the case and re-paired the earbuds to my phone. Not everything is bad though: the battery seems to last forever and the material feels nice. I also feel that these earbuds protrude from my ears more than with the Jabra Elite Active 75t.

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Jabra
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      Hello Musiclover- Thank you for writing a review of the newly released Jabra Elite 7 Active. It is unfortunate to read that you are disappointed with your new Jabra purchase but we are happy to know that you are a fan of the Jabra Elite Active 75t and Elite Sport. The Sound+ app is not required but highly recommended for the users to be able to get the most enjoyment from their Jabra Elite 7 Active with the customization features offered in the app. We kindly suggest trying out the MyFit feature in the Jabra Sound+ app to help find the best fit for you. Through trial and error majority of users are able to find a comfortable fit. Regardless of these troubles, it is nice to read that you are enjoying the battery life and materials of the Jabra Elite 7 Active. If you have other questions, comments, or concerns, please contact the Jabra Technical Support Team: https://bit.ly/30QYPwn. Thanks again. Jabra

  • Pros mentioned:
    Features, Sound quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Ease of use

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Solid product, just not for me

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    Being an owner of previous Jabra products I was excited to test out the new Elite 7 Active in-ear headphones. Unboxing showed a quality product, well packaged, ergonomic design, very pleased. Fortunately in the day and age of companies eliminating an instruction card they include a convenient one-page quick start guide that proved helpful. Getting started couldn’t be easier, put in your ear, and the guided assistant voice instructs you to pair with Bluetooth phone. Check. Next download the app. I’d actually started that step first and was mildly frustrated seeing so many different Jabra apps in the App Store. Looking back at quick start guide and the answer were right there, as Step #2. Ok, my mistake. Just remember to get the Jabra Sound + app, that’s all you need. The app imho is the star of the show. It’s very well implemented and convenient to setup the buds. I did have a problem getting the left but to stay in, prob odd shaped ear canals. This required me to swap the ear gel, which was not as simple as hoped. Using the largest on left and default medium on right I had what I felt was a decent seal. Next up in the app walkthrough was an ear test to insure proper fit. Here is plays a stereo tone, and showed my left was still not good despite being pushed in preventing air exchange. Several attempts to pass this stage for me. The slick calibration mode plays a series of tones at different frequencies through each ear bud. Being mid-50s aged, and having attended 300+ rock concerts over the past 30+ years I was disappointed to find how poor my hearing is, based on several seconds of silence between the few that I could actually hear. I suggest you do this in an ultra quiet environment, part of my problem may have been TV on in the other room. Regardless I’d suggest to Jabra to limit the amount of time for the user to respond, I accidentally skipped this after probably 30 seconds, and had to restart. The end result though from initial listen, was it did heighten miss and upper frequencies that my ears are devoid of, so there was more clarity noticed on my sonic profile. ANC was a bit hit or miss, there is a slider to adjust and I honestly could not tell a difference between Hear Through mode and ANC upon initial listen. Subsequent usage it did start working. After initial setup 2nd or 3rd use I was identified of a firmware update. I was impatient and used them while it performed this, so it took a little longer than had I dedicated time for said update, so that setup bug is likely fixed. There is an additional mode that’s icing on the cake. Soundscapes offers sound masking (pink noise, white noise, fan, waterfall, diving), as well as a sounds of nature mode (ocean waves, rainy day, songbirds, storm, babbling brook), with ANC on it’s better than I estimated, though not as good as others I’ve tested. While I enjoy the sound, and feature set for sure, my primary complaint is two-fold, and both tied to my device of choice. Being an iPhone user these paired quickly, Voice Assistant Siri worked fine, answering calls was a breeze, … but the fit for my ears never felt as snug as reference AirPods, and there was more of a delay between phone and buds. Normal music listening was not noticeable at all, but longer YouTube videos seemed to lose synch with audio trailing video, and playing a SongPop speed-based song guessing game I seemed to perform much worse than usual, which I blame a tiny tiny bit of additional latency. Pros + Decent build + Sound quality + ANC as a feature + magnetic charger + Pleasant aesthetics + Fully functional iOS App + 3 size (S,M,L) ear gel inclusion Cons -cumbersome ear gel swap -app ear test takes far too long -lacks AirPod Spatial Audio feature -fit for my left ear would not calibrate -slight audio delay between phone and bud Conclusion There’s really a lot to like here, the ear buds are decent quietly and well made, the app is excellent, one of the better implementation that I’ve seen, and better than average sound quality. I’m picky when it comes to these, so please disregard my comments with a grain of salt. While I’d likely recommend to most ppl, they’re just not for me considering minor caveats.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Features

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    Rated 2 out of 5 stars

    Not so Noise Canceling

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    I purchased Jabra Elite 7 Pro last week. I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest opinion. I did not find the buds comfy in the least bit, and noise cancellation was not good at all. I made several calls to test out and I got the comments like where are you, its noisy? or I can't hear you over the noise...so what happened to the noise cancellation? I bought them for that use. I don't want people to know I am on the rode but you very well can. I am not sure what I am doing wrong. I have to test a little further. They charge well but have to find out how long it will last for myself.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Jabra
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      Hello SDKing1984 - We are sorry that the Jabra Elite 7 Pro did not meet your expectations. The Active Noise Cancellation feature found in the Elite 7 Pro limits the amount of ambient noise that you can hear while wearing the earbuds. It does not affect the microphone sensitivity. If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact our Product Support Team directly. Contact details can be found on our website within the Elite 7 Pro support pages. Thank you. Jabra

  • Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Sound quality, Use with apps

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Suited for Its Purpose

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    [Pro: Headphones stays in place during activity.] I never once had an issue with the headphones falling out while lifting or running. The earbuds stayed in comfortably while I did a number of strenuous activities. [Pro: Awesome battery life] Battery life is top tier. I was very pleased with how much battery life I had after significant usage. [Pro: App is intuitive in design and execution.] Using the Jabra App to setup and make adjustments was pretty simple. From the app, I can use default preset modes which were very distinct in sound, or I could customize the EQ settings to my taste. [Pro: Good noise cancellation, but even better ambient/HearThrough mode] The noise cancellation is good, but not great. The ANC blocks out sound well enough for me to focus on my routines. Surprisingly, the HearThrough captures external sound well and allows me to have a better sense of my surroundings. HearThrough is my favorite mode out of the 2 options. [Con: Random disconnections] Although I’m sure this will be addressed in a firmware update, I did notice a few random disconnections when I used the headphones. The interruptions weren’t tied to any specific events, but I did notice 2 within the span of 4 hours. [Con: Awkward placement of charging port] Most wireless headphone cases are designed with the charging port in the back, but Jabra seemed to have been placed in the front. Although wireless charging is supported, the port is in an inconvenient spot when it’s time to remove earbuds. [Con: Lackluster call quality] Call quality is not a high priority because these headphones are intended primarily for workout purposes. Nevertheless, it would be nicer if call quality didn’t sound flat when a call comes through. [Con: Pressing physical buttons can put slight pressure on ear] Because the Elite 7 Active uses physical buttons, there’s always risk of pushing the earbuds further in (causing slight discomfort) when performing an action. I prefer touch buttons to reduce the risk. However, this might not be an issue if you don’t find yourself constantly toggling through different actions. Overall, the headphones will work well for the fitness enthusiast. They won’t replace all your of earbuds, but they work well for the purposes of physical activity.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Noise cancellation, Sound quality

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Love My Jabra Elite 7 pro

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    Love My Jabra Elite 7 Pro I'm so impress with my new earbuds they fit my ears just right no fall outs. The sound is great and bass. Is incredible. Battery life long just what I was looking for and easy pairing. If you love listening to music then these are the earbuds for you great product. I downloaded the Jabra app easy no problems with app, went to the Music presets and all I can say is wow can't stop going in to change what type of Equalize sound I would like to hear. Noise cancellation is great. Blue tooth connection great. One great thing about the earbuds I fell off to sleep and they stay in my ear now that is a good fit for me. So if you are looking for a new set of earbuds then the Jabra Elite 7 are the best one's yet I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest review. Read less Yes, I recommend this product (1)

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    Sound Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Connectivity
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Sound Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Features, Noise cancellation

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Light and Great

    Posted .

    I took my time to try these wonderful Pro headphones before writing my review, they are light and hardly felt in the ears other than the outstanding quality of the sound that comes out of them. very easy to forget about them in my ears, best noise cancelling headphones that I ever owned and I did own quite a few so far. Long battery life and can be used with the case charge for 24 hours with no problem at all, the sound is immersive and music is way better with them. No problem with gym workout and no issues with being wet. Small and compact with strong specs that are more than expected by far. Highly recommended. I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest opinion.

    Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Connectivity
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Sound Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Sound quality, Use with apps

    Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Good sound, bad case

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    Posted .

    Oh, how I wanted to love these in-ears... The fit is fantastic and very comfortable in my ears. I've been using them for several days now and haven't had to even think about charging them, so it's safe to say the battery life is a champ. The sound is full - it's not missing much low-end, which is quite the feat in headphones this small. The app that goes along with these in-ears plays a big part in that; I've been able to tweak the EQ settings as I desire, and most configurations sound great. Another great thing about the app is how it helps you set up the ANC (active noise cancellation). The process is simple and I've appreciated the results. My work has taken me remote twice in the last few days, and I've been able to sit in a busy coffee shop and the world around me has been completely drawn out. So...why 3 stars instead of 5? The case. This case does not have any sort of lip, notch, or groove to help get it open. As someone who always has very short fingernails, this makes opening the case a chore. It often takes me multiple seconds of fumbling to get it open, and that frustration piles up throughout the day. The case's lid is also somewhat flimsy, and I'm worried that eventually it will crack or snap as I try to get it open.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Jabra
      Posted .

      Hello ZachG- Thanks for your review of the Jabra Elite 7 Active; we appreciate your feedback. We are delighted that you enjoy the fit, battery life, and audio quality of the earbuds! However, we regret that you find the Jabra Elite 7 Active charging case difficult to open and flimsy. We find the charging case is easiest to open when you hold the bottom of the charging case with one hand and open the lid with the other hand. We do not expect the charging case of the Elite 7 Active to break while opening the case. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any further questions or concerns about the Jabra Elite 7 Active: https://www.jabra.com/supportpages/jabra-elite-7-active/100-99171703-98/contact-support. We want you to be fully satisfied and comfortable using your Jabra device! Jabra

  • Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Sound quality

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect

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    Posted .

    The grippy material keeps them from falling out during workouts and you can shower with them. Jabra's case is USB-C charged and thinner/sleeker than last year's model but bulkier than other popular brands.The inside of the case is lined with the grippy material making it feel premium. Sound quality is ok and call quality is middle of the road. The waterproofing, small size, and material are the top reasons to choose these earbuds over other brands. Battery life is an impressive 8 hours but I have yet to be able to drain them.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Use with apps

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Good Active TWS set!

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    Posted .

    Jabra continues to deliver good, great and excellent TWS earbuds. These Elite 7 Active are by no means perfect.... but the Comfort, Sound+ App, Sound Quality, Good Call Quality are enough for me to replace my Sport set which were the Jaybird Vista 2. The Vista 2's were in my Top 3 Dailies (XM4, AirPods Pro, & Vista 2's) the Elite 7 Active are more comfortable for me during my workouts, took some getting used to in the beginning since the Vista 2's have a wing to secure them in place. After a light run and some calisthenic reps these 7 Active's did not fall out or feel as if they would. Call quality is good, something Jabra is known for. The 7 Pro I picked up on release day and returned them same day... I don't recall if the 1.4.0 Firmware had been released yet but I just couldn't get myself to like them.... Well fastr forward and I did some research, tuned my 7 Active's to my liking via the App and all is good in the world now. I don't really see the benefit of spending an additional $20+ on the 7 Pro when the only thing they have is the "bone conducting sensors". If anything I believe that the voices on the 7 Pro sounded more boosted on calls but not in a good way - the voices on the 7 Active's sound more natural. Additionally I like the feel of the "shakegrip" coating on these buds. So to summarize, basically the same as the 7 Pros without the "bone conducting sensors" these have the "shakegrip" coating and I prefer the stealthy all black look - just wish Jabra would release these in the same Navy color of the 75t Actives. Solid TWS pair especially for workouts.

    Features

    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Ease of Use
    3 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Gym Headphone King returns ... pending SW updates

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    Posted .

    Picked these up at my Local BB. Here is my 24 hour review. Pros: + Great Secure Fit (past extreme shake test lol) + Slim Case : USB-C + Qi Charging + Great Boomy Sound + Custom EQ + Hearthrough slider ... Works well + Great Easy Clicky Buttons + Full Media control from buttons + Robust Build ... Sweatproof design + Environmental Friendly Packaging + Mic works fine for calls, Voice memos etc Not feeling it: - No multipoint (to be added later) - ANC is pretty weak - App can be a little buggy - Experienced some crackling/hissing when switching ANC/Hearthrough (went away later) - Lack of color options available Get them if .... You want a great Workout pair of headphones Dont get them if ... You want Multipoint or Great ANC Final Thoughts: I have a feeling Jabra is going to figure it out on the firmware/software side. Thats what's holding these back from being true TWS kings. Fix the bugs, Give us Multipoint, make the ANC little better and you have the best Jabra earbuds yet.

    Features

    Ease of Use
    3 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Features, Sound quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Pairing

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Jabra Jabra Do. Fantastic Buds

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    Posted .

    Loving these Jabra 7 earbuds. These "buds" are really nice, fit well and the sound is customizable with the Jabra Sound + app. Wearing these buds for long periods was comfortable. They have changeable silicon ear gels which gives you a pretty good choice in finding that perfect fit. To me, having a good fit that doesn't hurt your ears is paramount. These definitely fit this description. Pairing was uneventful to my IPhone 13 Pro. Literally it took only a few seconds and I was off to the races. The buds themselves hold enough charge for 8 hours of use, and up to 30 hours total charge when you factor in the carrying case. The product does not come with a charging accessory, but it does come with a USB-C cable. I especially liked the volume control option (located on the bud itself) which allows the user to lower and higher music or phone call volume. My music sounded pretty solid and having the IP57 rating is definitely a plus while sitting around the pool or working out. I also enjoyed the feature of when one of the buds is removed from your ear, the music went into an auto-shutoff. Place the bud back in your ear and the music started again. The Jabra Sound + app allows you to customize an equalizer setting to your choice and save the preset setting for later use. This is a real nice option which I enjoy each time I use the app. This is an awesome all around great set of buds. You are free of wires, have great battery life and can always top off your buds charge with the case. Wearing them is comfortable while exercising or on a walk, and they have a very pleasant customizable sound. Loving them.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Sound quality

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Fernando is the Sound Master

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    Posted .
    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    The sound is very good, and offers the best bass I’ve ever heard on something this size. The best part, and I honestly didn’t expect it, is they stay in my ears on my long runs, and even races. I recommend anyone looking to spend that upper for $179, they are close to best in class. Side Note: A very knowledgeable sound guy named Fernando at your Patchogue, NY location was a great customer experience. He actually turned me off to more expensive headphones I wanted Due to my fitness needs.

    Features

    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Connectivity
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Sound Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Garmin 245music

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    Posted .
    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    The headphones work well. They easily connect to my phone, have good sound, and are easy to control. They do not work very well with my Garmin 245 Music watch. They connect fine but if I pause the music sometimes only one earpiece will reconnect. I think this may be a problem with the watch more than the earbuds. Also the hear through is a little weird when there are certain, such as dropping a board on a concrete floor. It causes a loud pop which greatly magnifies the actual sound.

    Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Connectivity
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Sound Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Features, Noise cancellation

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for workouts/Will NOT Fall Out.

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    Posted .

    The Jabra Elite 7 Active are the real deal. They are perfect for workouts and they will not fall out of your ears no matter how hard you workout. You don’t have to worry about pushing them back in your ears after moving around or sweating on them. The Jabra ShakeGrip truly works; no need for anything else to help them stay in your ears. As a matter of fact, I found myself workingout for a longer period of time because I wasn’t distracted by outside noise or the pressure from having something in my ears and slipping or falling out every few minutes. These new buds helped me get through a tough workout because I had the beat going and felt my arms were truly free. I was able to sweat profusely and hard without worry about affecting the sound or damaging the speakers. I was able to hear my music and not my footsteps as I walked on the treadmill or even the treadmill motor running. I was able to hear everything I wanted to hear and nothing of what I didn’t. Part of my workouts include a 4-mile fast-paced walk everyday and I move around a lot. These felt good in my ears the entire time. They did not fall out. I didn’t have to adjust them and they felt good in my ears the entire time. You can wipe sweat off your face without worrying about affecting the music (because you have to press the buds to affect things). I was able to shake my head, lift weights, and anything else and they won’t fall out of my ears. My other buds would always fall out, unless I used hooks with them. Additionally, these do not stick out of your ears too far or hang low. What a difference a good pair of earbuds make in your workout life. These buds make your music sound great! They are now my go-to earbuds for days and nights. I wasn’t familiar with the Jabra brand before I picked these up. This is my first experience and I am impressed. I’ve been using these earbuds for the past five days, listening to everything from music, watching music videos, to taking phone calls. In all situations, I was more than satisfied and in other areas I was truly impressed. The buds arrived to my home well packaged and sustained no damaging to the packaging or the buds themselves. I can truly appreciate the thought that goes into well-packaged items and the science behind the packaging of these buds should be appreciated. It was extremely easy to open by simply pulling tabs, every step of the way. The packaging is very user friendly and it is simple to follow along the tabs and getting to what you need to get to first. Why is this important, it saves you a lot of time and allows you to start at the intended beginning of getting started with no repeated steps so you can begin to enjoy them without delays. They used very little packaging as it was just enough to protect it from damage. After I opened my new buds, I downloaded the Jabra Sound+ the app for easy setup. I love the control you get using the app. It was very easy to set up my buds and connect them to my phone. I like that they included a visual and audio guide that walks you through each step, along with a way to test that it works in the way you want them to work and provides constructive feedback. You’re able to easily name your buds, do ear fit tests for the best sound as well as set your sound preferences. I appreciate that I was able to do everything I needed to do and find the help I needed all via the app. I found the quick start guide and full manual within the app. I was even able to register my buds via the app. I had a few questions that a directed to customer service and they were extremely responsive and eager to provide assistance and resolve my concerns/issues/ and address my questions. These buds have an excellent fit in my ears right out the box. They arrived with the medium tips pair already attached. I Like the nice black matte finish to the buds and the case. Both the case and the buds are all matte black, with a clean design. Everything is black. They look simple but elegant. The buds are soft, light and small, which makes them perfect for working out and everyday, long-hour usage. The Jabra Elite Active buds have one of the best fits I’ve tried to date, and I’ve tried several different brands. No need for wing tips. I tried the other tips that come with it, but found the medium tips worked best because they fit perfectly out the box. With the other buds included, you may get a tighter seal with the larger tips, but they stick out more. I feel as though they all create a good seal because of the Jabra Shakegrip fit. The buds have easy push controls on each bud. But won’t mistakenly turn off, skip a track or hang up an active phone call when you’re working out. And when you push the buttons in, they don’t mess up your seal or hurt your ear. I like that you can control activity with either earbud and personalize them as you please. You’re able to control just about everything for the buds, such as, the volume, tracks, voice assistance, taking calls, etc by pressing and or holding the left or right buttons on either earbud. I like that you can see the battery levels for all three devices (the two ear buds and the case) all within the app. You can use Siri, Google Assist, or Alexa and there is voice guidance. They have an adjustable auto sleep mode to save battery and will cut off when you’re not listening to anything and an auto pause with in-ear detection, so they know when they are in your ears and will only play sound when they are in your ears. The case fits nicely in hand, is very light with or without buds inside. These are the lightest pair of buds and case I own and I have seven different ones. But one issue I have with the case is that I can’t tell whether it’s the top or the bottom. It’s not obvious at first look. The buds and case use various lights that indicate when the buds and case is charged and when in need of a charge, but stay hidden when you don’t need to see them. They also let you know, with different colors, the status of other functions such as low battery, paring and updating. My sound hearing preferences is fantastic. You can tailor the sound to your personal musical preferences for your pleasure. The app has soundscapes which allows you to listen to different sounds, i.e. sounds of nature (I love the sounds of ocean waves and rain); no need to open a separate app. I was able to activate find my ear buds so that if I lose them, it will be easy for me to find them via the app and playing an audible sound, again, all within this FREE great app. I like the EQ pre-settings as well as the ability to custom adjust them or set your own based on your preferences. It’s simple for me to change modes between Hip-Hop and R&B or Gospel and I’m able to appreciate the differences (unlike with some of the other buds I’ve used in the passed where you can’t hear the differences or it sounds worse). Bluetooth 5.2 is great! I get a longer range and not much interference when using items that would normally cause interference like microwaves. The Jabra Elite & Active buds have a decent Advanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). It blocks out the sounds you do not want to hear, but it sounds like it enhances the sounds you do want to hear. The HearThrough feature works perfectly as it enhances the outside sound. I like the ability to be able to listen to my music, but also hear other things around me, like the doorbell, microwave, people calling my name. However, because the buds have such a great seal, you don’t hear much outside noise anyhow, even with ANC set to off a lot of noise is blocked out. One of the best things about Jabra’s ANC and/or HearThrough is that it doesn’t affect the sound quality of the media you’re listening to. With other buds, when you turn on sound modes, it reduces the quality of what you’re listening to and makes it sound muffled. But not with the Jabra Elite & Active buds, you can enjoy your music while taking advantage of all of the features to enhance your listening experience. When you’re not using your buds, it’s best to keep them stored in the provided case. It allows them to stay clean, easy to find and charge so that they are ready when you need them. The case has great magnets that hold the buds in place. The magnets allow for a nice snap in place/pull when putting them back in the case. They are strong enough to pull them in once they get close to the case, right before you release them, and you can hold the case upside down and the won’t fall out. Other buds magnets don’t hold as well and will fall out of the case with the slightest bump or shake. Additionally, the Jabra Elite 7 Active has QI certified wireless charging which allows you to use it with almost all wireless charing pads. I was able to charge my buds in the case in just two and a half hours. You can also charge it with the included USB Type C cable. A simple 5watt charging brick (not included) will work well and is actually recommend. They do not recommend using anything faster. You get up to eight hours of battery life and a total of 30 hours with case. You can get more time on your earbuds if you don’t use ANC or Hearthrough and you might get ten hours on the buds and 35 hours with the case. You can also put them back in the case for a quick charge to get an hour of usage for only five minutes of charging time. In closing, these are the most perfect earbuds that sound great, are perfect for workouts and will not fall out. They work as advertised. All the hype is real. You will not be disappointed.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Features, Noise cancellation, Sound quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Ease of use, Pairing

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic multi-feature in ear headphone

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    Posted .

    As someone who needs headphones that can keep up with life on a farm, it takes a lot for me to get excited about headphones. The Jabra Elite 7 meets all of my needs, and still has features to spare. In the box are the earbuds, charging case, usb-c charging cable, different sized ear gels, and instructions. To get started, download the Jabra Sound+ app. Pairing is simple with my Samsung Android phone, push and hold both ear buds for a few seconds and audible instructions will walk you through the pairing process. I did fine the app to have a bit of lag. Every time I opened the app it comes up with the pairing screen and takes a few seconds to realize that the headphones are active and then will proceed to show earbud charge, case charge, equalizer, and active noise cancelling (ANC) settings. There are 5 manual sliders for the equalizer settings or there are 6 presets to include bass boost, treble boost, energize, and speech. The control buttons are light to the touch so you aren't pressing the headphone deeper in your ear, there is a slight mechanical click, so its easy to know if you have pressed them enough to activate and how many times. The buttons are standard play / pause / skip / ANC / assistant and can be reconfigured via the app. Sound quality is strong, I can actually tell a difference between equalizer settings and enjoyed hearing the depth these headphones offered. Calls are crisp and there is no issue with background noise. I liked that the ear piece would pause when I removed it, and resume play when I inserted back in my ear. The same functionality works if using just one earbud independently of the other. There are a two things that set these earbuds apart, the noise reduction and the ability to stay put. First, its critical you find the right sized ear gels that seat the ear buds properly in your ear and get a good seal. The next step is to set the ANC for the environment, which I found the ANC settings to be a bit cumbersome. First you must be immersed in a noisy environment, not just a single sound source, otherwise its difficult to find the the setting that works effectively. Then you fiddle with sliders to find the ANC mode that is most effective, and can balance the setting to be higher on one side or even between the two ear pieces. Once I found the correct setting, I can do farm work, with the old diesel tractor revved up, and not hear the tractor over the music. As far as comfort, these were an 8/10, for me to get noise cancelling and no movement, I felt that I had to press these firmly into my ear. The trade off is that once I got them in place, they stayed there, through a half day of tractor vibration, jumping on and off the tractor, and bending / pushing / pulling logs out of the way. The battery lasted through a half a day of work and was not below 50%. Overall I really like these headphones. I think they are outstanding for use as outdoor work / sports headphones that provide good sound quality while staying in place.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Ease of Use
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Definitely Impressed!!!

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    Posted .
    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    I stepped away from Jabra for a little while because my last pair, one of buds was going out and i couldnt use the left bud independently. Came back and boy am i glad, tried a different model and i love them. I would recommend them only con is sometimes they feel like one might come out but it never does

    Features

    Ease of Use
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Sound quality, Use with apps
    Cons mentioned:
    Use for phone calls

    Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Not the best ANC

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    Posted .

    So, I had some issues with my headset that were only resolved after a firmware update luckily, so thank goodness for that. The issues were with static coming from the left ear when trying to answer a call. Anyways, overall these ear buds I would give 3.5 stars. The bottom line is for the price, the ANC is bad, the call quality is meh, sound is pretty good, and they do stay in your ear during work outs. PRO: - Good battery life - Snug fit in the ear so you do not have to constantly adjust it while working out (running, weights, etc.) - Comfortable for long term wear in the gym. - App is nifty with EQ you can adjust if you want - Sound quality is pretty good, I would say 7.5/10 could use more bass. CONS - Call quality is hit or miss. The first call I ever answered on these my phone bugged out and so did the headphones. It kept switching between my phone and the headset and once it established the headset as the device to use, the person on the other end could not hear or understand me and I could not with them. I tried many other phone calls and it was hit or miss with people not being able to hear me. - Buggy before firmware update, this device is quirky with disconnects that seem to have been alieved by firmware possibly. - Bad ANC. Like I don't even know if the passthrough feature can even be considered ANC because you hear EVERYTHING. Even on total silence mode, I can still hear quite a bit around me, way more than other ANC earbuds I have owned. You can customize it in the app too, but even on the most noise controlled setting, it is lackluster at best, kind of annoying for an active wear earbud because gyms are quite noisy. - Mono mode is very buggy and needs to be worked on.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Jabra
      Posted .

      Hello BPTech - We are sorry to learn that the Jabra Elite 7 Active did not meet your expectations, If you have any questions or concerns related to the product, we invite you to contact our Support Team for assistance. Contact details can be found on our website within the Elite 7 Active support pages. Thank you. Jabra

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