True wireless earphone trends show no signs of decreasing in popularity. Even manufacturers like Jabra have actively released the third generations of true wireless earphones in a period of fewer than two years which is uncommon.
The latest addition to the Danish company lineup is Jabra Elite 65t. Jabra seems to pay close attention to consumer preferences, so they decided that there must be two different variants rather than just one that was as sporty as before.
Those who are just looking for true wireless earphones for their daily needs can pic the Elite 65t, while those who are eyeing a companion while exercising can choose Elite Active 65t.
In a way, Jabra Elite 65t is eyeing on iOS device users who like to listen to music anywhere and receive phone calls freely. These earphones use the IEM (In-Ear Monitor) design and got silicone rubbers that are used to stick to the left and right ears.
Although the design is simple and relatively small, the Jabra Elite 65t has quite a complete feature and a superb battery performance. The first one is the left side of the IEM which has a mini button for sound settings in managing the Next / Previous while the music is playing. While on the right side, 1 main button is used for Play / Pause, calling Siri and HearThrough technology.
Jabra Elite 65t also has a total of 4 microphones which are used for noise reduction technology, ensuring the sound of phone calls remains clear. This microphone is also used to support HearThrough technology as one of the best features of Jabra Elite 65t.
Jabra Elite 65t is claimed to be able to accompany the users to play music wirelessly for up to 5 hours on a single battery charge. Then how do you charge the battery at Jabra Elite 65t? Easy, just insert it into the box provided by the gadget maker. The box is used to store the Jabra Elite 65t when not in use and automatically charge the battery to IEM.
In total, the Jabra Elite 65t storage box has a spare battery so that the users can use IEM for up to 10 hours. So when the users charge the battery in the box via the Micro USB port, there are a total of 15 hours of usage period obtained.
Jabra also explained that they have adopted the Rapid Charge feature so that 15 minutes of battery charging will let the user use IEM for almost 1.5 hours.
Microphone concept: 4 x MEMS
Wind noise protection: Yes, 4-mic system + acoustic open chamber design
Ambient noise reduction: Yes, 4-mic system
Microphone frequency range: 100 Hz to 10 kHz
Microphone sensitivity: -38 dBV/Pa
Speaker size: 6.0 × 5.1 mm
Speaker frequency range: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Talk time: Up to 5 hours of battery life, 15 hours with charging case
Charging time: 2 hours with a dedicated USB wall charger (500 mA)
Rapid charge: 15-minute rapid charge provides up to 1.5 hours of battery life
Jabra Elite 65t