Saturday, November 26

This is the Elite 7 Pro, from Jabra

It should be remembered that Jabra was one of the first to introduce wireless technology and, after six generations in the market, is currently committed to reinventing its product offering true wireless (fully wireless) to suit the listening needs of today’s users. The new device has been designed for those who are looking for good quality in music but also need good definition of calls. In this regard, it should be mentioned that the Jabra Elite 7 Pro incorporate systems to offer the best possible performance in each situation.


They introduce MultiSensor VoiceTM technology that gives quality calls, even in noisy places. Voice calls have grown dramatically and are in fact one of the main reasons to use headphones after listening to music. Jabra technology combines a bone conduction sensor, four microphones and advanced algorithms to improve the sound quality of calls.

A voice pick-up (VPU) sensor on both earbuds makes the Jabra MultiSensor VoiceTM highly effective. Intelligent algorithms constantly analyze the types of noise picked up by the built-in microphones, and when they detect noise (such as wind), they automatically activate the VPU sensor. The bone conduction technology is used to transmit voice through the vibrations of the jaw, and the intelligent algorithm uses the best combination of the bone conduction sensor and microphones to transmit the call clearly.

Adjustable Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) creates an immersive experience and it should be noted that the sound can be customized by creating an audio profile using MySound technology and using the HearThrough function, which allows you to define exactly how much outside noise you want to let in.

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New in design

The Elite 7 Pro are 16% smaller than the Jabra Elite 75t, the brand’s most compact model so far. It should be remembered that the company has a database of 62,000 ear scans, which it has used to create an average map of the human ear and thus redesign the headset to create equipment that offers a comfort optimized.

They offer nine hours of uninterrupted music playback with ANC activated and 35 hours with a charging case, which with its fast charge function will give 1.2 hours of battery life in 5 minutes.

Features and specs

MultiSensor VoiceTM for professional audio grade

Adjustable ANC for complete immersion in music

9 hours of non-stop playback with ANC and up to 35 hours with IP57 charging case

Bluetooth version 5.2

Possibility of using both headphones independently and multiple connection function

Wireless Connector


Built-in Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant

Product Weight 54.8 grams

Added values

The model provides a suitable sound experience, thanks to adjustable active noise cancellation. Being ultra-compact headphones allow the user to fully immerse themselves in music, managing high power.

Provide clear conversations using Jabra MultiSensor Voice technology that combines 4 microphones with a voice pick-up sensor (VPU) in each earpiece, reinventing calls on the move. VPU sensors activate in windy conditions and cancel annoying noises so that voice is clear.

Lets you hear your surroundings while making a call with HearThrough technology; a single earphone can also be used in mono mode; each offers up to 8 hours of battery life and 30 hours in case

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The Elite Elite 7 Pro are priced at € 199.99.

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