The Jabra Elite 7 Pro is the latest TWS earbuds from the company. We have tried numerous earbuds from the company and we loved every one of them. Despite it’s slightly higher than average pricing, their audio performance always make their products worth for grabs.
Jabra Elite 7 Pro – Specifications
What’s In The Box?
- Jabra Elite 7 Pro
- Charging Case
- 3 set of Eargels
- Safety Information and Warranty Book
- USB A to USB C Charging Cable
The Jabra Elite 7 Pro took an slightly different approach than its predecessors. Instead of the tall standing charging case, the come with a shorten and rounded charging case. It has an matte finish on both the charging case and the earbuds themselves. The charging case is much easier to carry around especially if you are travelling with a small bag.
The charging case is both chargeable by cable and wireless charging.
User Experience + Comfort
Pairing the earbuds to your device is as easy as popping them out from the charging case and pair it to your phone. The earbuds are easier to retrieve compared to the previous ones as the case is no longer a narrow oval. It has more space for people who are clumsy or has chubbier fingers to reach in and pinch it out now.
The earbuds design itself is exactly the same as the previous Jabra earbuds which is a good thing as some other brand tries funky “ear”gonomic design that needs time to get used to it.
The Jabra Elite 7 Pro fits my ears perfectly even with the default eartips. There is a slight bump out of my ears when wearing it. However, you don’t really feel it unless you are lying down on your sides. Moving around or even jogging with the earbuds on does not budge it at all.
The touch navigation is more like click to navigate which is quite a feature as with some touch activated earbuds, its hard to tell if you did click on it or it is lagging on your device. Personally I like the feedback, as it assures me that I did click on it.
For the Jabra Elite 7 Pro, you can sort of customized how u navigate using during calls or for music via the Sound+ App. However, the customization is limited to the selected choices that is set by the app.
Audio Quality and Call Quality
The earbuds are customizable via the Sound+ App, where you can tune its treble, bass and vocal to your personalized equalization profile to enhance your audio experience. As Jabra promises, it’s audio quality for music playback is as good as expected. With their adjustable Active Noise Cancelling technology, you are able to zone out into your own music zone even when you are working to studying in a noisy cafe or environment. Using the app, you are even able to adjust the noise cancelling level.
To those who wants to be aware of the real world while listening to music, especially when you are walking around, can change to HearThrough mode.
The Elite 7 Pro’s MultiSensor Voice technology uses four powerful microphones to transmit your voice even in windy environments. However, in comparison with plug in microphones on desktop or laptops, the other party over discord/voice call mentioned that the Elite 7 Pro mic does pick up voice clearly but slightly muffled.
We are finally able to use Jabra earbuds on mono mode without relying on one earbud sending audio signal to the other earbud for audio sync. You can use either side and change to the other for music when travelling while putting the low batt earbud back to charging case to charge.
As mini as it is, it can withstand 8 hours of battery and with on and off charging from the charging case, you squeeze 30 hours of playback.
For the price of RM 999, you are getting all your need from a pair of TWS earbuds. It’s reliable, comfortable and good to head bang with. If I were really to mention point that I don’t like about the earbuds would be that I am not able to open the charging case with one hand as the matt surface is so smooth and there is no “dent” for you to flip it open. Apart from that, it would be the mic pick up which is actually a pretty common issue for TWS earbuds and Jabra really did their best with the advance Voice Pick Up(VPU) technology.
The price is on the higher end, but you are really getting what you are paying for. It comes with a 2 year warranty compared to a standard TWS warranty which is often 6 months to a year only.
The Jabra Elite 7 Pro is now available to purchase at RM 999, click here to check it out.