Jabra’s award-winning true wireless earbuds—the Elite 75t is gaining a new trick via an over-the-air (OTA) firmware update. Made possible thanks to the in-built Qualcomm chipset, the earbuds gain Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).
This is a surprise revelation that a key feature such as ANC can be deployed via a software update, but perhaps the feature has been there all along merely needed to be “unlocked.”
Jabra says its Elite 75t series—both Active and non-Active will receive a firmware update via the Sound+ app.
The free upgrade is made possible through the company’s engineering prowess, Qualcomm technology and the superior digital audio processor found in the Elite 75t.
The Jabra Elite 75t series will be available to purchase with ANC as standard from October 2020 onwards.
The true wireless earbuds are 22 per cent smaller and lighter than their predecessors, the Elite 65t series.
They come with IP55/IP57 rated durability and a two-year warranty.
In terms of battery life, the buds will last 5.5 hours on a single charge with ANC on, with a total of 24 hours with the charging case. Meanwhile, with ANC off, they will return 7.5 hours on a single charge and 28 hours in total with the charging case.
The Elite Active 75t has an IP57 rating, which allows it to be submerged in 1m water depth for up to 30 minutes.
For added peace of mind, all Jabra products are covered by a one-for-one instant replacement warranty.
Pricing and availability
The pricing for the Elite 75t series is as follows:
- Elite 75t in Titanium Black & Gold Biege – MYR949 (RRP)
- Elite 75t WLC (wireless charging) in Black – MYR999 (RRP)
- Elite Active 75t in Dark Grey, Navy, Sienna & Mint – MYR999 (RRP)
- Elite Active 75t WLC (wireless charging) in Dark Grey – MYR1,049 (RRP)
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